Directory of Animal Shelters in Levittown, PA

Looking for a new pet? Please consider adopting a new dog or puppy from an animal shelter in Levittown. You’ll find information on all of the animal shelters, humane societies, and rescue groups we've partnered with in Levittown below. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Levittown.

Pet Friendly Burlington County Animal Alliance of New Jersey
Burlington County Animal Alliance of New Jersey Burlington County Animal Alliance (BCAA) was established in 1999 to help homeless dogs and cats find new homes. BCAA is a 501 (c) non profit group, and 100% of their proceeds go to animals in their care which includes spaying and neutering and all other medical treatments required for the dog and cat to enjoy a long and healthy life. They also advocate the spaying and neutering of all companion animals and will not adopt to anyone whose present dogs and cats are not neutered and spayed. BCAA is a network of fosters and all animals are taken care of in our own homes. They do not have a building to visit but do hold weekly adoption events at the Mt Laurel Petsmart every Saturday. See Details
Pet Friendly Pine Valley Shih Tzu Rescue
Pine Valley Shih Tzu Rescue Pine Valley Shih Tzu Rescue is a 501(c)(3) no-kill organization in Philadelphia, Pa. They rescue abused, abandoned, and homeless dogs including those who may have behavior issues that can be rehabilitated. Pine Valley Shih Tzu Rescue uses foster homes to provide sanctuary and training in a loving and caring environment. It is the mission of Pine Valley Shih Tzu Rescue to find loving homes for the dogs in their care. See Details
Mid-Atlantic Jack Rescue, Inc. Mid-Atlantic Jack Rescue, Inc. is an organization that was started by fellow terrier enthusiasts who wanted to help jack Russell Terriers and the Jack mixes that may be overlooked by other rescues or the general public. Nearly every volunteer MAJR uses has a wealth of experience to draw from regarding Jacks & Jack Mixes. We use this cumulative knowlege to help educate the public and animal welfare organizations about this breed of canine, to assist those who are in need of a home, to assist owners with problems in their relationship with their dog, and thereby reducing the number of homeless Jacks and assisting in preventing cruelty to animals. See Details