All posts by Sharon Riegel

Northwest Bank is right on the money!

Our community ROCKS!

Northwest Bank is right on the money! We would like to thank the staff for collecting and delivering donations for the animals at our shelter! We can always rely on this group for their continued support! Woofs, purrs and thanks from all the shelter animals!

Shelter seeking Animal Care Technicians

Job Title:  Animal Care Technicians (Dogs, Cats and Small Mammals)
Reports to: Shelter Operations Manager
Salary: Dependent upon experience

– Must be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds.
– Must be able to work outside in temperatures from below freezing to over 90 degrees.
– Must be able to work on your feet without a break for a minimum  of 4 hours.
– Be able to handle all animals (large and small) with different dispositions without fear.
–  Have a working knowledge of various medication and drugs used in the basic care of animals, dosages and how to dispense medications.
– Should understand and be able to show basic procedures on how to restrain an animal.

Duties and responsibilities:
Daily feeding and cleaning of all animal care areas in the shelter.
– Observe each animal in your assigned area to determine if there are any signs of stress, illness, injury, aggression, abnormal behavior etc. and report all concerns to the Shelter Operations Manager or Staff Veterinarian in a timely manner.
– Assist with intake exams, including vaccinating, deworming and any other tests as needed.
– Medicate shelter animals as requested.
– Maintain shelter and animal areas by sweeping, mopping, washing laundry, washing dishes and litter pans, stocking all areas with supplies and any other duties as assigned needed to maintain and keep shelter organized and clean.

For a complete job description or to send a detailed resume for consideration, please contact the Board of Directors at

Comcast Wonderful Wellness Wednesday featuring Roy!

The shelter was recently invited to participate in an event for the Comcast Call Center employees called Wonderful Wellness Wednesday! The employees enjoyed meeting Roy and Roy absolutely loved all the attention! Plus shortly after the event, Roy was adopted! A win win for all!

In the photo above: Shelter ambassador Roy, volunteer Shareem, Sharon of shelter staff and Comcast employees with Comcast donations for shelter. A great afternoon for all!

Click here if you would like to visit our Facebook page to see all the photos from this event!

Interested in possibly coordinating a community event with our shelter? Please connect with Sharon Riegel, Communications Associate at


Help! Be a foster! Save a life!

Do you wish you can save them all but know you just can’t?  We have the solution!  Volunteer to be a foster parent at the Humane Society of Lebanon County and help get our animals off to a great start before going up for adoption!

Sometimes puppies and kittens come into the shelter before they’re old enough to go up for adoption. Sometimes animals are undersocialized and could just use some time living in a home and adjusting to a home-life routine.  And sometimes animals suffer from treatable medical issues that will better heal outside of the shelter setting.  This is where you come in!

We’ll be with you every step of the way.  We’ll answer any questions or concerns you have during the foster period.  We’ll schedule check-ups with our foster coordinator or a veterinarian.  And we ensure you have access to us 24 hours a day should an emergency arise.

The Humane Society’s foster program provides you with everything needed to care for your new charge, including food, litter, bedding, crates, medications, and anything else your foster animal may need while in your care.  All we require you to provide is time, love, and patience.

If you’re interested in fostering, please fill out our foster application and submit it to our Foster Coordinator, Pam Spong, at or by mailing it to: Foster Coordinator, Humane Society of Lebanon County, 150 N Ramona Rd, Myerstown PA 17067.

Homes Needed! Barn, Outdoor, Warehouse, Workshop, Factory

The Humane Society of Lebanon County is currently looking for barn/outdoor homes (warehouse, workshop, factory) for feral felines that cannot be adopted. A feral cat is a cat that has had little to no contact with humans. These cats cannot be socialized or adopted out, but deserve homes too! The adoption fee is free to those who qualify. HSLC will spay/neuter, vaccinate and provide a 1-year rabies vaccine. Accommodations required are an outdoor enclosed or inside/safe area plus fresh litter, water and food daily.

Interested in more info? Have questions?
Please contact the Board of Directors at Humane Society of Lebanon County at

Together we can make a difference!

Foster Family Orientations!

Wednesday, May 2 at 5:30 pm
Sunday, May 6 at 4:30 pm

Open to anyone who is interested in fostering and would like to learn more about it! Please join us!

Interested folks only need to attend one of the sessions!

Orientation sessions to be held at:
Humane Society of Lebanon County
150 N. Ramona Road
Myerstown, PA

Have questions? Need more info?  Please join us at one of the orientation sessions!

Not able to attend a session but still interested? Please contact Pam Spong, Foster Coordinator at

Be A Hero! Fostering Saves Lives!