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Photo of Rex, the first animal adopted at the Quakertown shelter in 2012.
Rex, the Quakertown shelter’s first animal adopted in 2012 by Michelle and Scott. Scott worked on the shelter during its construction. Rex seemed eager to receive a box of gourmet dog treats from Off The Leash treat truck.
Rex, the Quakertown shelter's first animal adopted in 2012 by Michelle and Scott. Scott worked on the shelter during its construction. Rex seemed eager to receive a box of gourmet dog treats from Off The Leash treat truck.
Linda Reider, BCSPCA executive director, with 10-year Quakertown shelter volunteers Virginia, Dianne, Robin and Chappy, and BCSPCA volunteer manager Tracy. Not present was Jutta who is also a 10-year volunteer.
Rex, the Quakertown shelter's first animal adopted in 2012 by Michelle and Scott. Scott worked on the shelter during its construction. Rex seemed eager to receive a box of gourmet dog treats from Off The Leash treat truck.
Linda Reider introduces Marcia Hill, a longtime former board member whose tireless efforts paved the way for the establishment of the Quakertown shelter.
Rex, the Quakertown shelter's first animal adopted in 2012 by Michelle and Scott. Scott worked on the shelter during its construction. Rex seemed eager to receive a box of gourmet dog treats from Off The Leash treat truck.
BCSPCA board president Dianne Magee highlights the impact of the Quakertown shelter in its first 10 years, including 20,000 animals served and nearly 10,000 adoptions.
Rex, the Quakertown shelter's first animal adopted in 2012 by Michelle and Scott. Scott worked on the shelter during its construction. Rex seemed eager to receive a box of gourmet dog treats from Off The Leash treat truck.
Bob James is the animal cruelty prosecutor with Bucks County DA’s Office. He works closely with BCSPCA’s Humane Law Enforcement Officers to enforce animal cruelty laws.
Rex, the Quakertown shelter's first animal adopted in 2012 by Michelle and Scott. Scott worked on the shelter during its construction. Rex seemed eager to receive a box of gourmet dog treats from Off The Leash treat truck.
BCSPCA board members Suzanne Hartshorne, Dianne Magee, Cheri Freeh (former board member), Maria Wirths, and Barb Gale.
Rex, the Quakertown shelter's first animal adopted in 2012 by Michelle and Scott. Scott worked on the shelter during its construction. Rex seemed eager to receive a box of gourmet dog treats from Off The Leash treat truck.
What’s a party without cake?
Rex, the Quakertown shelter's first animal adopted in 2012 by Michelle and Scott. Scott worked on the shelter during its construction. Rex seemed eager to receive a box of gourmet dog treats from Off The Leash treat truck.
110 Years of Lifesaving in Bucks County

Bucks County SPCA kicked off its anniversary celebrations with a gathering of staff and friends of the shelter on February 18, 2022 in Quakertown.

Learn more about our 110-year history of lifesaving in Bucks County.

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