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SPCAThe 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 (closed) and horse farm along with facilities for small animals.  Our newest facility for small domestic animals is in Abington.

Contact Info

Montgomery County SPCA
19 E. Ridge Pike
PO Box 222
Conshohocken, PA 19428-0222

PHONE: (610) 825-0111
EMAIL:  mcspca@voicenet.com;

Carmen J. Ronio, Executive Director
19 E. Ridge Pike
PO Box 222
Conshohocken, PA 19428-0222
(610) 825-0111
cronio@voicenet.com

Edward K. Davies, Operations Manager
19 E. Ridge Pike
PO Box 222
Conshohocken, PA 19428-0222
(610) 825-0111
mcspca@voicenet.com

Rhonda Thomas, Abington Shelter Manager
1006 Edge Hill Road
Roslyn, PA 19001
(215) 886-8802
rhonda.thomas@montgomerycountyspca.org

Tracie Graham, Perkiomenville Shelter Manager
1059 Sweisford Road
Perkiomenville, PA 18074
(610) 754-7822
tracie.graham@montgomerycountyspca.org

Steven L. Conway, Humane Educator
19 E. Ridge Pike
PO Box 222
Conshohocken, PA 19428-0222
610-825-0111 ext. 34
humaneed@voicenet.com

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PA House Bill 82
By Penny Conly Ellison

Most of us have probably read stories or seen television shows about humane police officers discovering animals in horrendous conditions. It can be just one dog left alone in a backyard without enough food or shelter from the elements or a house full of cats in dire need of veterinary care. Pennsylvania law allows humane police officers to seize the animals and hold them pending a criminal trial for animal cruelty.
Read more at...www.pennlive.com

ANIMALS HAVE RIGHTS TOO

If you see an animal being abused or mistreated, please call the Montgomery County S.P.C.A. at: (610) 825-0111(610) 754-7822 or (215) 886-8802
We will investigate it.

If you have any questions, please call the Montgomery County SPCA at 610-825-0111, or come visit us. If you need directions, here is a map.

If you stop by one of the Montgomery County SPCA facilities for a visit, please mention that you have visited our website.

Featured Pets

Did you know?


Foster homes needed for underage kittens.

Please click the link: Foster CareGiver Program.pdf, for more info and an application.
 
You must be a Montgomery County, Pennsylvania resident to be a Foster Parent.

Adoptable Animals

Dogs
Lost Dogs
Cats
Lost Cats
Other
Lost Other
Check both lists of animals you are interested in adopting as after a 1 week stray period lost animals are generally available and applications normally accepted during the stray period. All lost pets remain listed under Lost Animals even after stray period.

SPCA Hours

Adoptions

Monday thru Friday (11am to 4:30pm)
Saturday (10am to 3pm)
Sunday (12pm to 3pm)

Surrender an Animal

7 days 9am to 4pm
(Extended hours at the Conshohocken shelter)

Information Links

Lost your pet?
   What to do
Adoption Rules
Education Programs
Rabies Info
PA Dog Laws
SPCA NewsLetters
   (PDF format)
About the web site
Success Stories
Work for the SPCA
   Job Listing
Site map

How You Can Help

Memberships
Contribute
Donate
Volunteer

Please read the SPCA's Adoption information page for important information before adopting an animal.

- SPCA Administrator

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