Contact The Sanctuary

We are open every Saturday for Dog and Cat Adoptions as per below:

DOG Open Hours – Saturdays 10am – 2pm

**Please do not bring your own dogs**

 

CAT Open Hours for previously scheduled appointments – Saturdays 10am – 12pm

CAT Open Hours without appointments – Saturdays 12pm – 2pm

 

For general questions, you can email us using the form below or by leaving a Voicemail in our General Voicemail box.  

General Information

Mailing Address: 

The Sanctuary at Haafsville

PO Box 921

Fogelsville, PA 18051

 

Physical Addresses:

The Sanctuary at Haafsville
DOG Adoption Center

901 Nestle Way

Breinigsville, PA 18031
 

The Sanctuary at Haafsville
CAT Adoption Center

7209 Kernsville Road

Orefield, PA 18069

 

Phone: 

484-285-5445

 

To Learn More

General Info: info@thesanctuarypa.org

Dog Adoptions:

      dogadoptions@thesanctuarypa.org    

Puppy Adoptions:

       puppyadoptions@thesanctuarypa.org 

Cat Adoptions:

       catadoptions@thesanctuarypa.org

Kitten Adoptions:

       kittenadoptions@thesanctuarypa.org  

Becoming a Foster:

        info@thesanctuarypa.org

Donate: donations@thesanctuarypa.org

Events: events@thesanctuarypa.org

Fundraising:

       fundraising@thesanctuarypa.org

Volunteer: volunteer@thesanctuarypa.org

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The Sanctuary at Haafsville

Phone: (484) 285-5445
info@TheSanctuaryPA.org

 

Dog Adoption Center

901 Nestle Way

Breinigsville, PA 18031

Cat Adoption Center

7209 Kernsville Road

Orefield, PA 18069

We have a great online auction! Click HERE to join our Facebook auction group!

Adoption Spotlight

 

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Turnip
Turnip aka Turner is a male Cavapoo who is 7 years old. He arrived to us from an Amish puppy mill where he was used for breeding his whole life. This poor boy is understandably terrified and is decompressing in one of our wonderful foster homes. Check out the adorable videos of him in the comment section!! We are beginning to see tail wags and happy smiles from him! He’s also learning how to walk on a leash too!
 
Turnip is making wonderful strides in his foster home. However, he lived 7 years in only a crate, so he is not used to living in a home and still working on potty training. We are looking for an adopter who will be patient and willing to work with him as he learns how to live in a home. We are also looking for a home with another dog to show Turnip how to be a dog. Amish dogs can take longer to acclimate to a normal household environment, but we are hopeful his forever family is out there! He has plenty of love to give, but he just needs help building confidence and trust.
 
He seems to enjoy walking around the neighborhood and love car rides! His foster mama says he is super sweet and loving despite what we think he’s been through. Turnip would thrive in a home with another dog, a patient adopter, and a quiet household. Interested in meeting this sweet sweet boy? Fill out your application today!

 

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