All services are being handled by appointment only. Please call the shelter you plan to visit to schedule an appointment.
Monday – Friday / Noon to 6:00 PM
Saturday – Sunday / Noon to 3:00 PM
Lahaska Shelter: 215-794-7425
Quakertown Shelter: 267-347-4674
Follow these guidelines for your safety and ours:
- All visitors and staff must wear a mask
- Maintain social distance of 6′
- No more than 2 people to a party
- Call to schedule an appointment
Services offered by appointment:
- Adoptions – You 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
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.
In-kind donations are welcome!
These include towels, blankets, food, toys and other supplies. You can leave items at the front doors of either shelter. If you would like a receipt for your donated items, please call the shelter when you arrive.
To donate other essential supplies, refer to our Wish List and have items shipped directly to the shelters. Financial donations are always appreciated to help make up for reduced service income and rising costs of supplies.
Your local SPCA is essential
Throughout the pandemic, we’ve never stopped answering the call for help. We made adjustments to how we provide services, but our shelters never closed. Animals in distress get the care they need and we’ve even stepped up our assistance to struggling pet families.
We are grateful for the continued support of our compassionate community. We look forward to the day when we can welcome you again to our shelters for drop-in visits. Until then, please call ahead to schedule an appointment. Thank you for your cooperation and stay well!