Regional Animal Shelter
117 West Fulton St.
Gloversville, NY 12078
Mon – Sun 7–9am & 4-6pm
or by appointment
The Regional Animal Shelter is a volunteer run, not-for-profit, no-kill animal shelter founded in 2002.
After years of hard work and dedication, we are pleased to announce that in May 2012 we opened our Annex building located at 117 West Fulton Street in Gloversville, NY.
Currently, Regional Animal Shelter provides dogs from the City of Gloversville and Town of Broadalbin a safe and loving haven, while waiting to be reunited with their families or be adopted into new loving homes. With the help of supporters like you, we are planning to build a new full service facility in the community. We are raising funds and submitting grants for the purchase of land suitable for building (or a pre-existing structure suitable for retrofitting), design of a shelter, and completion of the facility. Only by building can we meet the needs of our community and we can’t do it without your support. For any community member who has come to visit the Annex knows that we are sorely in need of space. By expanding, we will be able to help many more animals within our community, and more than just dogs (yay, kitties!!)!
Our new facility will include:
- separate dog and cat rooms with radiant heat flooring
- accommodations for large animals
- an on premise surgical room to offer low-cost spay and neuter programs, vaccination, and microchip clinics
- a boarding facility
- a grooming area
- visiting rooms for potential adopters
- a community room for educational and training classes
- a lobby with a gift shop
- a memorial garden and a dog walk
Here at Regional Animal Shelter, we believe that all animals deserve a safe, loving home. We also feel that education and awareness is key to eliminating the over population and animal cruelty crisis facing our communities. By offering low-cost spay and neutering services, low-cost rabies vaccination clinics, grooming and nail clipping services and training and healthcare classes we are confident that we will be successful in resolving these issues.
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