Bucks County SPCA Private Non-Profit Serving
Bucks County Since 1912
24 Hour Emergency Phone: 215.794.7425

COVID-19 Policy

As the County moves to the Yellow phase of re-opening on June 5, the Bucks County SPCA will continue to offer public services by appointment only. Appointments can be scheduled by calling either shelter daily between 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.

We’ve made changes to help keep you and everyone safe, including new plexiglass shields at each service desk and providing hand sanitizer throughout the building. Please review our guidelines before your visit and refer to the list of available services below.

Safety guidelines

Follow these guidelines for your safety and ours:

  • All visitors must wear a mask
  • Maintain social distance of 6′
  • No more than 2 people to a party
  • Call 7 days a week between 10:00 am – 4:00 pm to schedule an appointment

Lahaska Shelter: 215-794-7425
Quakertown Shelter: 267-347-4674

Services offered by appointment:

  • AdoptionsYou can view available animals online. Call the shelter where the animal is located to learn more and to schedule an appointment.
  • Reclaiming your lost pet
  • Bringing in a stray pet
  • Making a lost or found report
  • Help re-homing your pet
  • Bringing in unweaned kittens
  • End of life services (euthanasia and cremation)
  • Dog licenses
  • Cat spay/neuter (coming again soon!)

As always, you can call our 24-hour emergency hotline at 215-794-7425 to report an injured stray pet who needs help or to report concerns of animal neglect or cruelty.

Please note, we are NOT able to receive donations of in-kind goods at the shelters at this time. These include towels, blankets, food, toys and other supplies. To donate supplies, please refer to our Wish List and have items shipped directly to the shelters. Financial donations are appreciated to help make up for reduced service income and rising costs of supplies.

300+ animals helped since mid-March!

Our shelters have remained active caring for animals and serving the community throughout this crisis. Since the shutdown began in mid-March, we rescued and re-homed several hundred animals. These include pets adopted, reunited with their owners, or rescued from abuse or neglect.

Thanks to the support of our community and the dedication of our staff and volunteers, we’ve never stopped working to answer the call for help. We look forward to the day when the shelters are open for drop-in visits again, but until then, please schedule an appointment. Thank you for your cooperation and stay well!