Second Chance Animal Services takes the health and safety of staff, volunteers, hospital clients and adopters seriously, especially at this unprecedented time.

Our staff now wear masks and are washing their hands with increased frequency in addition to daily temperature checks to ensure that they are healthy for the protection of all.  Our veterinary hospitals have remained opened throughout the pandemic with precautions in place.  Hospital clients remain in their vehicles while we care for their pets. A veterinarian calls to discuss each pets’ medical care and pets are redelivered back to their owners along with any medication, if necessary.  Our spay/neuter program was limited for a short time due to supply issues but has now resumed.  Our adoption center has also remained open during the pandemic, limiting visitors to one family at a time and disinfecting in between.

As of 5/25/20, we have entered our phase 1 plan.  The current guidelines that have been in place throughout the pandemic continue.  Spay/neuter is now fully resumed at our Springfield and Worcester locations and remains limited at our North Brookfield location to accommodate the increased need for emergency surgeries. We are prioritizing clients with cancelled appointments followed by scheduling new patients.

Our plan will closely follow the phase plan for the state, so please watch our website for additional changes in restrictions.  We expect all of our current programs that are on hold including walk in vaccine clinics, spa days and mobile adoptions to be back in full operation shortly.

Thank you for your patience as we weathered this crisis together.  We are grateful for your support and cooperation and are very proud to have continued to serve pets throughout this pandemic and look forward to resuming all services as we move forward.