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Wellness Clinic Closed Early Wednesday

Due to inclement weather, our clinic has closed early. We will reopen at 8:30am Friday. Thanks for choosing PSPCA!
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Northampton woman prohibited from owning animals after pleading guilty to 74 PSPCA cruelty charges

The Pennsylvania SPCA today announced a Northampton County woman was sentenced Tuesday to prohibition of animal ownership, restitution, and fines after pleading guilty to 74 PSPCA animal cruelty charges.  Roseanne Yost, 47, of Upper Nazareth Township, pled guilty last mont...
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Holiday Hours

The PSPCA will be closed Thanksgiving Day, but will follow regular operating hours Wednesday, November 26 and Friday, November 28th. Adoptions Hours are M-F 1-8pm and weekends 12-6pm. Wellness Clinic hours are Mon-Sat 8:00am to 5:30pm. Have a safe and happy holiday!
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Owner of dozens of sick cats pleads guilty to PSPCA charges in Lancaster County

The Pennsylvania SPCA today announced a Lancaster County woman pled guilty Friday to 11 counts of animal cruelty based on failure to provide veterinary care and unsanitary confinement. Virginia Murphy, of Quarryville, was sentenced in the Magisterial District Court to fines in...
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Pennsylvania SPCA Begins Partnership with Pets Plus Natural Stores to Save More of the State’s Rescued and Homeless Animals

Kickoff events planned for Conshohocken and Lansdale stores Philadelphia, PA (November 21, 2014)—The Pennsylvania SPCA today announced that it is partnering with Pets Plus Natural, a family operated regional chain of pet supply stores, to help more of Pennsylvania’s homeless...
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PSPCA removes live and dead cats from home in Northumberland County

The Pennsylvania SPCA removed five dead cats and four live cats from a home in Sunbury, Pennsylvania in Northumberland County Friday. Responding to a tip, PSPCA Humane Law Enforcement officers executed a warrant to search the property Friday and discovered the bodies of deceased...
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Second Annual Bark & Whine Attracts Hundreds of Animal Advocates

The Second Annual Bark & Whine benefit attracted more than 450 guests to the Horticulture Center in Fairmount Park Thursday evening. Through silent and live auctions, our generous guests raised money for PSPCA programs including Humane Law Enforcement and the Save a Life...
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PSPCA to honor Jennifer Utley and Gerry Shreiber at annual Bark & Whine benefit Thursday

The Pennsylvania SPCA’s second annual Bark & Whine benefit takes place Thursday, November 6, from 6 – 9:30pm at the Horticulture Center in Fairmount Park.   Over 400 animal advocates will gather at the event, which features silent and live auctions in...
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Philadelphia man charged with animal cruelty for allegedly beating dogs with bricks

The Pennsylvania SPCA today announced it has filed charges against a Philadelphia man for cruelty to animals.  Willie Enoch, 56, was charged with 2 counts of 1st degree misdemeanor animal cruelty for allegedly beating a neighbor’s dogs with bricks in late August.   On...
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