Our Shelter provides a temporary home for over 35 dogs and puppies, crossing the spectrum of breeds and sizes. Come visit them and speak to one of our knowledgeable attendants about bringing a shelter dog home today.
Sandy is an active Pit mix around 3 years old. He loves to be pet, cuddled, kissed, and played with... THE WORKS! He is learning how to use a leash for the first time, and he's making great strides! It can be tough learning how to be a dog! Sandy is dog selective, he would be best in a home without cats, and he would do well with older children. Sandy is extremely friendly, although he can be very high energy and will require some leash training. He enjoys working with our trainer on his newest commands, sit and down. Sandy is extremely responsive to training, and is very eager to learn!
Meatball is a super handsome Pit mix around 1 year old. Take one look at his happy face, and there's no way you won't smile! He wags his whole body, when he meets someone new; eager and happy for a new friend. Meatball does well with dogs, adult household only (he was tormented by children in his previous home), and he would prefer a cat-less household! Come say hello to this happy boy; you won't be disappointed!
This beautiful boy is a 2 year old Pit mix. He loves attention and enjoys playing with his favorite toys! He is dog selective, he doesn't get along with kitty cats, and must go to an adult household. When Cruz knows and loves you, he will provide endless love and company! Come say hello to this eager and happy boy!
Annie is a sweet, energetic girl who will add a touch of spice to your life. Picture her sprawled out on your couch, after a long run in the woods. Annie will be happiest as the sole recipient of your affection. She will excel in an active adult home.
Buster- Rottie mix. This 10 month old male is a giant puppy! He likes to jump, give kisses, play ball, and just be a big kid. He would be good living with social dogs, he cannot live with cats, and he would be best living with older children as he is very jumpy!
About our Application Process
Our application process requires all pets in the home to be vaccinated and spayed or neutered unless medical documentation as to why they cannot be is provided. Part of the reason we are here is because of pet overpopulation and we are committed to preventing more litters. All members of the family should be included in the adoption process. Dog introductions are provided at the shelter.
We Need YOUR Help!
Because we receive no government funding, nor any from the ASPCA, we rely solely on the generous contributions from our community. Our shelter simply would not exist without your support. Please donate today!
Stop by and support the animals at the Ulster County SPCA! Help fill our Shelter Van with donated goods, check out our merchandise and information booth, and of course meet one of our adoptable doggies! Thank you for your support!
Eat at Chipotle in Kingston on April 24 between 4-8 p.m. and support the UCSPCA. Please remember to bring this flyer, show it on your smartphone, or notify the cashier that you are supporting the shelter with your purchase.