200 Petfinder Lane,
Raleigh, NC 27603
Directions on Google Maps >
From the 440 beltline, take exit 298A and travel south on South Saunders Street, which is also 401 South and Hwy. 70 East.
Go approximately 1.5 miles and pass under the Wilmington Street overpass. (Look for Taco Bell on your right.)
Get into the right lane and take a right at the next signal light onto Tryon Road.
Go 0.4 miles and turn left onto Withers Road.
Go one-tenth of a mile and turn left onto Petfinder Lane.
Follow the road to the right. It will curve around to the front of the SPCA Curtis Dail Pet Adoption Center.
*Please note that the SPCA Adoption Center address does not appear on all in-car navigation systems.
Please Note: Road work around the SPCA this weekend
You may need to change your route to the SPCA of Wake County Pet Adoption Center on
Saturday, June 6 and Sunday, June 7. A small stretch of Tryon Road in between the Withers Road turn-off for the SPCA and the RGA Golf Course will be CLOSED for construction. The stretch of Tryon Road between Hwy. 70/S. Wilmington Street and the Withers Road exit will be open.
All traffic coming from the west will be directed to use the Hwy 440 detour. You will take the S. Saunders exit 298A and after you exit onto S. Saunders, turn south (left) toward Garner, go 1.3 miles and the turn right onto Tryon Road.
If you are approaching the SPCA from the south, take Hwy 401 instead of Lake Wheeler Road, then will turn left onto Tryon Road.
The stretch of Tryon Road between Hwy. 70/S. Wilmington Street and the Withers Road turn-off will be open. Turn onto Tryon Road from Hwy. 70/S. Wilmington Street to get to Withers Road to turn left (then another left onto Petfinder Lane).
Incorporating some of the best animal housing techniques from state-of-the-art shelters across the country, the SPCA Curtis Dail Pet Adoption Center was designed to enhance the image of all shelter animals. This adoption-only, limited-admission facility displays pets in a retail-friendly way through glass walls in spacious rooms.
The shelter is designed to be people-friendly and the fact that it is a no-kill facility attracts people in to adopt because it makes them less fearful of being in an animal shelter.
Once in the SPCA Pet Adoption Center, visitor's false ideas about animal shelters and shelter animals are dispelled and they discover what great animals rescued pets are, helping this segment of the public be more inclined to have a positive image of all shelter animals.