Port Lincoln Shelter
Adopt a pet from our Port Lincoln shelter
Adoption fees include:
All dogs and cats have undergone a thorough health check and behavioural assessment prior to being available for adoption.
1 Happy Valley Road
Port Lincoln SA
Ph: 1300 4 777 22
Hours of business
- Monday - Friday: 12pm - 4pm
- Saturday and Public Holidays: 10am - 12pm
- Sunday and Christmas Day: CLOSED
Our boarding facilities - your pet's home away from home
Let our animal experts look after your furry friend the next time you go on holidays or just need someone to take care of your precious pet.
- Dogs - from $16 per day for members, non-members from $18
- Cats - from $9 per day for members, non-members from $11
Your pet must be fully vaccinated at least 10 days prior to staying at our boarding facility to protect all those who stay and play.
- If you want to know more about boarding your pet with the RSPCA, or to make a booking, please contact us on 1300 4 777 22 during our business hours.
Surrenders, Lost or Stray Animals
All animals that come to our shelter, whether they are stray or lost are checked for identification. If the owners can be identified they will be contacted.
In the unfortunate event of not being able to identify the owner, the animal will be held for a maximum of 3 days, after which they will then become the property of the RSPCA.
Once the animal becomes the property of the RSPCA, they are assessed for their suitability to be re-homed.
In the unfortunate event of your animal going missing, be sure to contact your local dog control officer, the local police station and your local shelter.
Animals that are properly fitted with identification are more likely to be re-united with their owners.
Microchipping is the best way to ensure your pet can be easily identified, but other measures include registration tags, identification tattoo or a tag fitted to the animal’s collar with your details inscribed on it.
Volunteering with us
Volunteers are an integral part of looking after our animals at the Port Lincoln Shelter.
Volunteer duties are varied including walking the animals, feeding, cleaning, gardening, washing bedding, socialising with the animals and much much more!
So if you love animals and would like to use your time and talents to help injured, abused, and abandoned animals please contact us!
For more information on volunteering or to make a donation please CLICK HERE.
About the RSPCA Port Lincoln shelter
The RSPCA Shelter in Port Lincoln was established in March 2000 thanks to the generosity of Mrs Marjory Broad.
The shelter relies on loyal and enthusiastic volunteers to meet the animal welfare needs of the Port Lincoln community.