Montgomery County SPCA - AbingtonBranch

Our Pet List

A list of animals at all three of our facilities (Conshohocken, Perkiomenville and Abington) may be found here.




The SPCA is not just a shelter for homeless animals. It is an educational organization offering school children lessons in humane animal care. The SPCA also has Humane Society Police Officers. These officers investigate complaints of mistreated animals and issue correction notices and file charges of cruelty to animals as necessary.

But we cannot do it alone. We need everyone's help. Our goal is to put a stop to animal abuse. Please contact us if you see an animal in distress or in poor conditions. We will investigate. If you are a teacher, call our Humane Educator (610-825-0111 ext 34) for a program for your students.

Public awareness toward the proper care of animals and the need of new homes tor them is vital to our goal of finding homes for these wonderful, but temporarily displaced pets. Donations are also always welcome. Every year 14,000 animals are helped by the Montgomery County SPCA. This is only done through the donations we receive and the awareness of our citizens of the needs of these animals.

DONATIONS NEEDED

The SPCA is in need of:

Bleach
Canned dog food
Canned and dry cat food
Non Clumping Kitty litter
Towels
Newspapers
Small and medium litterboxes (plastic)
Meat based baby food
Kitten milk replacer

Please drop off items at the Abington Branch during business hours!
Thank you very much!

WISH LIST

Digital Camera
Computer (Pentium IV 2.0 GHz or greater)
LCD Computer monitor (19"+)

The animals listed here are only some of the ones surrendered by their owners. Please visit or call for other available animals. This page is updated as we can, hopefully weekly. Animals are brought in every day so there are always new animals in the shelter. Please call or stop by.

Events

Go here to see events: Montgomery County SPCA Events

Who We Are

The Montgomery County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a nonprofit organization dedicated to caring for unwanted, lost and abused domestic animals. Established in 1909 and chartered in 1916, the Montgomery County SPCA (in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania), has three locations. The Conshohocken facility houses the administrative offices as well as small domestic animals. The Perkiomenville facility includes a pet cemetery and horse farm along with facilities for small animals. Our newest facility for small domestic animals is in Abington.


Our alternative website is www.montgomerycountyspca.org


Adopting a friend

Please stop by to see all of our available animals.
We always have dogs & cats and often have rabbits, guinea pigs, hamster, gerbils and other small animals. We even have birds from time to time.

Rescue Groups

Rescue group will be required to submit information prior to being approved to rescue from the shelter. Please call 610-825-0111 between 8am-5pm.

Adoption Contract

When adopting a pet from the SPCA, you must complete and sign an Adoption Contract. Three of the most important requirements you must agree to are:
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.

Adoption Fees

Animal / Type Cost
Dogs 50.00 + tax
Cats 20.00 + tax
Rabbits 5.00 + tax
Guinea Pigs 5.00 + tax
Hamsters, gerbils, mice 5.00 + tax
Birds 5.00 (and up) + tax

Winter Adoption Hours

M-F 11:00AM to 5:00 PM
Sat 10:00AM to 3:00 PM
Sun 12:00PM to 3:00 PM

Summer Adoption Hours

M-F 12:00PM to 5:00 PM
Sat 10:00AM to 3:00 PM
Sun 12:00PM to 3:00 PM


Directions From Norristown follow:
Take US-202 N (Dekalb Pike)
Turn right onto PA-East Route 73 (Skippack Pike)
Turn left onto Butler Pike
Turn right onto Susquehanna Rd
Turn right onto Edge Hill Rd
Destination will be on the right


From Doyelstown follow:
Take PA-611 South for 13.2 miles
Turn right onto Susquehanna Rd
After 0.6 miles turn left onto Edge Hill Rd
Destination will be 0.3 miles on the right


From Huntingdon Valley follow:
Take Route 232 South (Huntingdon Pike)
Turn right onto Route 63 West (Welsh Rd)
Turn left onto Edge Hill Rd
Destination will be 1.5 miles on the right

Montgomery County SPCA
1006 Edge HIll Road
Abington, PA 19001
Phone: 215-886-8802

Email: This branch does not have it's own email address. Please contact the shelter at 215-886-8802 with questions about a specific animal. The office is open 8AM to 5PM weekdays and 8AM to 4PM weekends. Other question 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.