Dog Law Legislation

The dogs of Pennsylvania need your help! The fund that helps protect them will soon run out of money. Thanks to @Senator Judy Schwank and @Representative Eddie Day Pashinski, legislation has been introduced that will #SavePADogLaw and Pennsylvania’s furriest residents safe.

Contact your legislators to voice your opinion about these important bills.

#LoveYourDogLicenseYourDog #SavePADogLaw

Last year, the department conducted over 5,800 kennel inspections and issued over 2,700 citations. Help Pennsylvania dog wardens continue cracking down on illegal kennels in the state and protect dogs that start their lives there.

#SavePADogLaw

The well being of pups across Pennsylvania is currently at risk. The fund that allows dog wardens to perform this important work is nearly out of money. Don’t let this important work stop.

#SavePADogLaw – support Senate Bill 663 and House Bill 1504. Contact your legislator to voice your opinion for those who can’t speak for themselves.

Just last year, more than 600 stray dogs were either reunited with their owners or brought to safe shelter to wait for a forever home by PA dog wardens. But the fund that fuels their important work is about to go red.

Support a dog license fee increase in Pennsylvania. It’s something that hasn’t happened since 1996 (meanwhile everything from a loaf of bread to a gallon of gas has increased by more than 100%!).

It’s important for your dog, your neighbors, your community, and every dog in Pennsylvania.

#SavePADogLaw – support Senate Bill 663 and House Bill 1504. Contact your legislator to voice your opinion for those who can’t speak for themselves.

Did you know that PA dog license fees have not increased since 1996?

In that same time…

✉️ Postage increased by 72%

🍞 A loaf of bread increased by 114%

🥛 A gallon of milk increased by 182%

🚗 A gallon of gas increased by 133%

The Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement will run out of funds to operate in September. Their work protects all Pennsylvanians – both humans and the four-legged and furry.

#SavePADogLaw – support Senate Bill 663 and House Bill 1504. Contact your legislator to voice your opinion for those who can’t speak for themselves.

Phone: 610-845-7595
Fax: 610-845-7595

Emergency Contacts

In case of emergency, dial 911.

PA State Police  610-378-4011
Eastern Berks Fire Department  610-845-2877(non-emergency)
Seisholtzville Fire  610-845-2102(non-emergency)
Bally Community Ambulance Association  610-845-2501(non-emergency)
Topton American Legion Community Ambulance Service 610-682-4333(non-emergency)