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Adam, a 2 ½-year-old retriever mix, is among the Tulsa SPCA dogs that are available for adoption. The SPCA is one of several rescue groups participating in the Empty the Shelter national adoption event set for Aug. 15. STEVE BULL/Sirius Photography
Samantha, a 3-year-old retriever mix, is among the Tulsa SPCA dogs available for adoption. The SPCA is one of many Tulsa-area rescue groups who will participate in the national Empty the Shelter adoption event on Aug. 15. STEVE BULL/Sirius Photography
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retriever mix, is among the Tulsa SPCA dogs available for adoption.
“On December 19th Wizz and 2 other Tulsa SPCA dogs came to Bishop Kelley High school to help relieve our stress about the approaching finals. When I (Abbie) went to see the furry friends I did not expect to meet such sweet dogs, epically Wizz. Despite all the commotion in the Commons area he was calm,cool, collected, and eager to snuggle. He stole my heart that day. I persuaded my parents to fill out the adoption papers for him that same week on Thursday after my mom meet him. Then we brought him home.The Tulsa SPCA offers interactive tours of our facility to interested groups in the public. Scheduled in advance, tours include an informative walk-through of our main building, adoption center, cat colony room, the cruelty investigation office, night kennels, cleaning room, clinic and outdoor runs. Depending on the interests of the group, our tour might focus on the financial needs of the shelter, the needs and origins of our dogs and cats or the shelter’s daily operations. – Our foster program makes it possible for us to adopt out more animals than we can house at our shelter location. To apply to serve as a foster family for dogs, cats, or both, please contact the Tulsa SPCA. Our intake specialists will assist you in setting up an interview.I just want to walk dogs, can I do that? At the Tulsa SPCA, we do more than walk dogs. We work for the animals and with the animals, to help our shelter pets thrive in a shelter environment while teaching them skills they will need to be adopted and stay in a home. To work with dogs, you will start by learning and practicing basic dog walking and leashing techniques. Then progress to working with the dogs on basic training and obedience, or other volunteer roles. – Our foster program makes it possible for us to adopt out more animals than we can house at our shelter location. To apply to serve as a foster family for dogs, cats, or both, please contact the Tulsa SPCA. Our Volunteer Manager will assist you in setting up an interview.By creatively stretching all walls and fences to find ways to help, “rescues” have expanded from the usual dogs, cats, gerbils, birds, and hamsters. Tulsa SPCA has recently housed several malnourished, near-death horses added through our Cruelty Investigator complaint responses. Ever see a horse in an outside dog pen? Fortunately, foster pastures were located to provide adequate space for these equines, and citizens have graciously donated large amounts of hay. New adoption selections were offered and successful.