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Welcome to the Pennsylvania Animal Response Team

PART is made up of big-hearted volunteers that support people by saving their animals. We need you!

PART is a 501c3 organization that relies on generous donations for its operations and animal relief work.

PART is one of many state-based grassroots nonprofits dedicated to animal safety during disasters.

PART is working with PEMA to be prepared for animal needs during the COVID-19 crisis.

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15May 19

Welcome to PART’s New Website

We are excited to share this new and improved website for PART volunteers, donors, friends and neighbors.  In it, you will find everything you saw on the old website, including: Information about Pennsylvania Animal Response Team Sign-ups for volunteering and training information Preparedness resources and other online education In addition, we have added a donation…

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September 25th, 2020 in Somerset County: Police Officer requested CART assistance with dog whose owner was found deceased. September 21st, 2020 in Lehigh County: Assisted family in need of supplies for 2 dogs after house fireSeptember 14th, 2020 in Snyder County: Failed to respond due to no driver being available to take the stock trailer to the incident location.September 13th, 2020 in Washington County: At 09:00 WaCART, was activated for a draft horse down over a hill and had slid under a fence.August 29th, 2020 in Lehigh County: Requested by passerby to assist with a loose mini horse found on the road.August 4th, 2020 in Lehigh County: Assistance requested for shelter that was opened up due to evacuations of homes damaged due to flooding in the areaSeptember 6th, 2020 in Somerset County: Somerset CART was dispatched to pick up an injured dog reported to be in the roadway at the Somerset/Westmor...September 6th, 2020 in Fayette County: Our assistance with manpower was requested by the HPO in Fayette Cty. with a dog hoarding situation.September 2nd, 2020 in Somerset County: The Humane Society asked CART to locate and transport an injured stray dog to the veterinarian.