Our Mission

At Providence Animal Center, we offer life‐affirming rescue, medical care, treatment, protection and placement of companion animals that forever upholds the critical importance of the human‐animal bond. We have an unwavering commitment to this mission and will always strive to deliver the most optimal, advanced care to our animal friends – and their owners. Simply put, Providence Animal Center is Lifesaving. Adoption. Wellness. Community.

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Featured Pets

ADOPTABLE PET: Say Hello to Blade

Meet Blade, the super all-around friendly senior cat who is looking for a home that is going to love him to pieces. Blade has one eye, but that does not stop him from being the stellar guy he is. If you’re a senior cat lover- ... Read More

ADOPTION SUCCESS STORY: Rocket the Hurricane Irma rescue dog

Rocket was one of the lucky dogs who were rescued from a shelter that was in Hurricane Irma’s path. He has since found his perfect place in the world after being homeless for a little while. Here is what his family had to say about ... Read More

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      SWEAT Fall Fitness Fundraiser

      October 21 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

      You’re invited to the Fall Fitness Festival at Sweat Fitness in Conshohocken! There will be adoptable pups, playing games, eating and drinking from 12pm – 5pm on October 21st. Entry is a donation of $10 that goes to our  animal shelter. Bring your kids because there will be activities for them too, like bouncy houses, games,

        Bark in the Park

        October 28 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

        Saturday, October 28th at Rose Tree Park: 1671 N. Providence Road, Media, PA 10am – 3pm Register today to walk or run with your dog (optional)!  Be sure to start a fundraising page so that you can raise funds to support homeless animals and receive the following cool prizes: $75: 2017 Bark in the Park t-shirt and 1

      About providence animal center

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      • Removing Breed Labels from our Adoptable Dogs

        Removing Breed Labels from our Adoptable Dogs

        Around 75% of dogs in shelters are mixed breed dogs, meaning they have many different genes that make up their personality, the way they look and everything in between. Here at Providence Animal Center, we’ve made the decision that we no longer want to speculate the dog’s breed. Why? Because …

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