Montgomery County SPCA - Perkiomenville Branch
Our Pet List
A list of animals at all three of our facilities (Conshohocken, Perkiomenville and Abington) may be found here.
For over 100 years, the MCSPCA has not only been a home for the abused, neglected, and unwanted animals of the Montgomery County area, but it has also been an organization dedicated to improving the lives of animals by educating the public. A program that has been in effect for a while and that is still up and running stronger than ever is the Humane Education Program. This program allows teachers, schools, clubs, and other organizations a chance to hear about and tour one of our three facilities. It is a vital experience in the lives of our children, helping them to understand the importance of animal shelters and how respect needs to be shown not only to humans, but to animals as well.
Vigilance is the key to success in this field, and we cannot do it alone! If you see abuse or neglect of any animal in the Montgomery Co area, you are urged to call us immediately. All three of our facilities have certified Humane Society Police Offers that will go out to investigate any type of abuse, abandonment, and/or neglect complaints. Our goal is to put an end to animal abuse once and for all, but this goal cannot be achieved without your help.
Spaying and neutering of your pets is a crucial component to help combat the pet overpopulation problem with which the United States is faced. From time-to-time, the MCSPCA offers low-cost spay/neuter clinics to the public that allow for their pets to be fixed at a reasonable rate. The MCSPCA does not offer outside vet care, but can point you in the right direction if you are in need of low-cost spaying/neutering and vaccines. The only way to control the pet overpopulation epidemic is to start spaying and neutering the animals that arent already fixed. There are also low-cost trap-neuter-release groups, otherwise known as TNR groups, which will assist with the trapping and neutering of feral/outside cats. Organizations such as these exist for people that are in need of assistance, so please do not hesitate to call to inquire about more information and some local TNR organizations.
The MCSPCA is all about teamwork and helping to end the vicious reproductive cycle of homeless animals. The MCSPCA has established very close working relationships with numerous other animal welfare groups. To try to reduce the huge number of kittens in the world, the MCSPCA is working very closely with some local TNR groups. With the combined efforts of the TNR groups, the SPCA, and your help as well, hopefully the population size of feral, homeless cats will decrease. The MCSPCA has also built strong relationships with the animal welfare organizations in other counties. Along with working and assisting these other organizations, all three MCSPCA branches work hand-in-hand in an attempt to give the animals in their care the best shot at a second chance. The MCSPCA also works closely with breed specific rescues. The goal of any true animal welfare organization is to give every animal the best chance with which they can be presented with. The MCSPCA also utilizes foster homes, especially during the spring, to give underage and underweight kittens a chance at a new life. The SPCA tries their best to keep these temporary residents happy, healthy, and comfy during what is hopefully a brief stay.
The MCSPCA is a non-profit organization that receives no government or state funding. The MCSPCA consists of three branch locations: Conshohocken, Perkiomenville, and Abington. With your help and your donations, the MCSPCA is able to serve over 22,000 people and well over 9,000 animals every year. Your donations are always welcome, always appreciated, and always put to good use! The animals in our care thank you very much for your support! Remember, ADOPT DONT SHOP!
As you can imagine, any animal shelter goes through a ton of supplies each day. Your donations help to keep the MCSPCA up and running and able to assist the community. Monetary donations are welcome and appreciated; they go towards helping to pay bills, order medical supplies, and other supplies that are needed. Aside from monetary donations, everyday supplies are also needed. Below is a list of supplies that all three of our shelters could always use.
Donations always needed and appreciated for all 3 branch shelters:
All Purpose Cleaners
Canned cat food
Dry Cat Food
Canned and dry kitten Foods
Canned Dog Food
Cat Litter- Any Kind
Paper-based small animal bedding
guinea pig, rabbit, and small rodent foods
Meat based baby food
Kitten milk replacer
*Donations of Large Size Rubber Kong Toys and Large Size Nylabones for strong chewers are a great treat for our large breed dogs and ensure hours of mental stimulation while in the kennel*
Donations always needed and appreciated for the barn at the Perkiomenville Facility:
Triple Crown Equine Senior Feed (our horses have special dietary needs)
Halters (standard horse size)
Lead Ropes, lunge lines
Stall Bedding, such as pine pellets and shavings
Horse Blankets (size 75 and 81)
Round Pen /Panels
High-quality Hay or hay cubes
Donations can always be dropped off at any of our three facilities during regular business hours. If you are interested in donating items for the Perkiomenville Barn, it is appreciated if you could deliver these items directly to the Perkiomenville Facility located at 1059 Sweisford Rd in Perkiomenville.
Thank you very much for your caring generosity!
Air Purifiers (especially those with clean-able filters)
Our alternative website is www.montgomerycountyspca.org
Adopting a friend
If you are thinking about making an addition to your family, please consider adoption first. There are always temporarily misplaced animals waiting for their happily-ever-after fairytale ending at the SPCA. The list of animals on our Petfinder page does not consist of every animal in our 3 facilities. Our main website is updated hourly and offers e-mail alerts for specific breeds as well. If you are interested in adopting from the MCSPCA, feel free to stop by from time to time to see all of the animals that are up for adoption. If you have any questions or are in search of a specific breed, you are welcome to call and a receptionist will be more than happy to help you to the best of his/her abilities.
When adopting a pet from the MCSPCA, it is required that you read and sign an adoption contract. Three of the most important clauses on the contract are as followed:
1. To provide proper veterinary care.
2. To have the animal spayed/neutered.
3. To return the adopted pet to the SPCA if you are unable to keep the animal.
The SPCA reserves the right to decline any adoption request.
Animal / Type Cost
Dogs $55.00 + tax
Cats(over 1yr) $20.00 + tax
Kittens(8weeks to 1yr) $25.00 + tax
Rabbits 5.00 + tax
Guinea Pigs 5.00 + tax
Hamsters, gerbils, mice 5.00 + tax
Birds 5.00 (and up) + tax
Please note that the MCSPCA offers a Feline Leukemia Test for an additional $25 charge. The MCSPCA does NOT offer microchipping, but it is recommended! The MCSPCA is cash or check only and does require photo identification from anyone wishing to adopt or surrender an animal.
M-F 11:00AM to 4:30 PM
Sat 10:00AM to 3:00 PM
Sun 12:00PM to 3:00 PM
From POTTSTOWN follow:
ROUTE 663 North towards SKIPPACK PK (ROUTE 73)
Turn RIGHT onto ROUTE 73
Immediately After FREDERICK MENNONITE COMMUNITY Turn LEFT onto HEIMBACH ROAD
Follow to the end and Turn RIGHT onto LITTLE ROAD
Make first LEFT onto SWEISFORD ROAD
From COLLEGEVILLE follow:
GRAVEL PIKE (ROUTE 29 Northbound)
After ROUTE 73 follow ROUTE 29 (0.2 miles)
Turn LEFT onto LITTLE ROAD (2.9 miles)
Go straight at the first stop sign, first right RIGHT onto SWEISFORD ROAD
Montgomery County SPCA
1059 Sweisford Road
Perkiomenville, PA 18074
This branch does not have it's own email address. Please feel free to contact the shelter at 610-754-7822 with questions about a specific animal. The office phone lines are open 8AM to 5PM weekdays and 8AM to 4PM weekends. Other questions may be sent to the administrative office in Conshohocken
For website problems contact
Web Site Manager.
Animals at all three of our facilities (Conshohocken, Perkiomenville and Abington) may be found here.