The Tulsa SPCA is keeping its main gate locked at all times in order to keep traffic to a minimum on our campus. If you are at the Tulsa SPCA for a clinic, please remain in your vehicle and a staff member will assist you. All adoptions are virtual at this time so we will not be allowing visitors on the premises to meet dogs and cats. Thank you for your cooperation and patience.

2020 By The Numbers


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Happy Tail

Max (aka Valentine)

“Things are going well! He is very smart and learning new tricks. He has learned to sit and lay already. He loves being outside and playing fetch. We are still working on the house training but he is getting better. Thank you!”

Tulsa SPCA Blog

May 10, 2021

Separation Anxiety Disorder

  Destroyed doorways and kennels, neighbors complaining about constant barking, and having to clean up potty messes in the house as soon as you get home, […]
April 26, 2021

Tulsa SPCA Names Veterinary Clinic in Honor of John R. and Tricia Arend

Tulsa Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Tulsa SPCA) named its low-cost veterinary clinic after a couple who donated one of the largest gifts […]
March 14, 2021

Importance of Medical Funds

How many of you have ever been late getting your pets their vaccines? Have you ever missed a month or two of heartworm or flea and […]

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Since 1913 we have been working with animal lovers like you to protect dogs and cats in our community. Together, we’ve saved animals from homelessness, illness, and abuse. We’ve provided these services while being completely funded by private donations like yours. We are not an affiliate of the ASPCA and do not receive an allocation of money from them each year, nor do we receive government assistance. So your support is critical in helping the Tulsa SPCA to continue providing these critical services to our community.