What services do the SPCA provide?
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)
- Services include animal care centre, wildlife centre and unit, horse care unit, sterilization, mobile clinics, feral cat unit, education and animal healthcare.
- Can adopt dogs, cats, horses and other farm animals.
How do I get rid of my dog in Philadelphia?
Surrender your pet to a shelter The Animal Care and Control Team of Philadelphia (ACCT Philly) also accepts owner surrender pets. Visit the ACCT Philly web site for more information.
How do I surrender my dog in Sonoma County?
Sonoma County Animal Services is open to the public by appointment only for animal surrenders, reunifications, stray drop offs, and spay/neuter surgeries. Please contact our staff by calling 707-565-7100 or sending an email to to request an appointment. Please review our adoption page for current protocols.
Who do I call for a stray dog in Philadelphia?
I suspect animal cruelty, neglect, or abuse. Please report it to the PSPCA by calling 1-866-601-SPCA or emailing [email protected]
How do I surrender my dog in PA?
Pet surrenders are by appointment only, and Humane Pennsylvania is unable to guarantee that it can accept your pet. You will be required to provide a photo ID, and you must agree to and sign Humane Pennsylvania’s Surrender Policy.
How do I report a barking dog in Philadelphia?
If you’re reporting an emergency that involves an animal, you can call (267) 385-3800 24 hours a day. If you’d like to report an animal care violation or file a complaint, use this online form: Report a violation.
How do I complain about a neighbor’s barking dog?
If you have a barking dog in your neighborhood, you can file a complaint to help address the issue.
- Contact your local animal control agency, police department or town clerk about the barking dog.
- Document the information clearly and accurately if you must file a written complaint.
How do I report an aggressive dog in PA?
If a dog attacks a person, the person (or anyone acting on his/her behalf), the state dog warden, or a police officer may file a complaint with a magisterial district justice charging the owner or keeper with harboring a dangerous dog.
Where is the PSPCA located?
Now, 150 years after our founding, the PSPCA is the state’s leading animal welfare organization. Headquartered in North Philadelphia, we have two regional locations, the Central PA Center at Danville (Montour County) and the Lancaster Center.
Why choose PSPCA North Philadelphia?
The PSPCA offers comprehensive primary veterinary care at our North Philadelphia headquarters. Our experienced veterinarians and veterinary technicians provide high quality, compassionate care at budget-friendly prices.
What kind of veterinary care does the PSPCA offer?
Dental checks (unless the pet is unable to eat, painful, etc.) The PSPCA offers comprehensive primary veterinary care at our North Philadelphia headquarters. Our experienced veterinarians and veterinary technicians provide high quality, compassionate care at budget-friendly prices.