Stray Haven Humane Society & SPCA is a Humane Society dedicated to ensuring the protection of animals through education and service. Proudly serving Tioga County, NY and the Greater Valley, PA for over 40 years. Stray Haven is a non-profit organization that relies on the generosity of our community to support our programs and continuing operation of our animal shelter. Through your donations and volunteer activities, we can continue providing the animals in our care and community the respect and care they deserve.
Our adoptable dogs and cats are listed at Petfinder.com and on the ADOPT page. Stop by the Stay Haven animal shelter during our open hours to meet one of our many wonderful animals ready for their fur-ever home! Lost pet? Contact your local dog catcher (list below for Tioga County NY) or call the shelter at 607-565-2859.
Humane Education & Cruelty Prevention
Report suspected cruelty or animal neglect in Tioga County, NY to the Humane Officer at Stray Haven Humane Society & SPCA. Call us at (607) 565-2859. Complaints will be kept confidential and investigated. If an animal is in immediate danger, call your local police department.
Email your reports directly to our Humane Officer, Cindy Hanbury email@example.com
Volunteering is a rewarding service and our animals would appreciate your time and love. Dog walking, Cat cuddling, lawn care; with so many opportunities, contact us for details! We welcome volunteers every day we are open. Saturdays we have a dedicated Volunteer Coordinator to assist with cat & dog socializing fun as well as helping out with the chores to keep our animals happy and healthy. Complete your Volunteer Application before you arrive and spend more time with the animals!
Participate in our Events to promote Stray Haven and Pet Adoption.
We greatly appreciate your donations of Pedigree brand Pet Food for Dogs & Purina Brand food for Cats.
Click here to view Our WISH LIST – updated often for the most needed supplies at the shelter.
Why do we ask for particular food brands? To reduce upset stomachs in our shelter pets – fewer changes in their diet keeps them happier & healthier!