The Wells team will be walking / running this Saturday, June 5th -supporting the Sacramento SPCA Doggy Dash.
The Doggy Dash helps the Sacramento SPCA care for more than 35,000 animals annually. Funds raised at this event provide medical care to sick or injured animals, low cost vaccinations and spay/neuter services, behavior training, humane education programs and so much more!
Click here for more information: https://www.classy.org/event/2021-sacramento-spca-doggy-dash/e322474
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Wells Construction team volunteered for the Wildlife Care Association (WCA) to rebuild the aviary flight cages that was destroyed during heavy winds last season.
Wells Construction is a proud partner and Presenting Sponsor for the Sacramento SPCA’s Spay and Neuter Capacity Enhancement Campaign. Wells Construction is also heading the construction for their remodel and expansion of their 6,400-square-foot animal health center.
“Thank you for the significant gift in support of the Sacramento SPCA’s Spay and Neuter Capacity Enhancement Campaign. This contribution will help us accomplish our vision of creating a 6,400 square foot, purpose-designed, high-volume, high-quality spay and neuter clinic that will increase our capacity by 38%.
By expanding access to spay and neuter services, we will reduce the number of animals entering shelters as a result of health-related surrenders, unplanned litters, and strays. With greater capacity to meet minor surgical and wellness needs of the animals in our care, we will be able to continue to say ”yes” to loving, adoptable, animals whose treatable conditions would greatly increase their likelihood of being euthanized at another shelter.
On behalf of all the animals who will be helped, thank you for your incredible investment in Sacramento SPCA’s Spay and Neuter Capacity Enhancement Campaign.
Thank you for your incredible support of this very important project.
Sarah J. Haney, CFRE
Director of Development
Wells Construction is very proud to partner with the Sacramento SPCA, heading the construction for their remodel and expansion of their 6,400-square-foot animal health center. This new facility will immediately increase their annual spay/neuter capacity by 5,000 animals. The clinic will have the capacity of 36,000 annual surgeries by 2026, making the Sacramento SPCA one of the top-three clinics in the nation. They will also provide low-cost preventative care and low-cost surgeries through the vaccine and wellness clinics. Construction is slated to be complete by the end of 2020.