A few weeks ago, John came to the Humane Society of Lebanon County with an idea for his Eagle Scout Project. He wanted to collect 2,000 pounds of food and supplies for the animals in the shelter. We were thrilled! He made adorable donation bins. He placed the bins at various locations around the county. The community stepped up and donated and donated!
John recently brought all the bins and donations to the shelter. We were floored! What a haul! John gave us his final total: 2,784 pounds of food and donations! Just speechless!
Thank you John and all his supporters! What a marvelous young man! What an awesome project! We are so humbled and honored!
Saturday, April 13 from 9 am to 3 pm
HSLC Thrift Shop Annual Spring Fling
Food, baked goods, raffles!
Pet Photos with Easter Bunny by Tim McGowan ($10 donation)
Hippity hop on in and support the animals of the Humane Society of Lebanon County!
Our thrift shop is located at:
129 Cumberland Street
Lebanon, PA 17042
Please note: due to the happenings of the Spring Fling our thrift shop will not be able to accept donations on Saturday, April 13. Thank you for your understanding.
An update on the nine American Bulldog Pit Bull Terrier Mix puppies. We had a great amount of interest in these puppies. All of these puppies are now spoken for. Applications for adoption that were submitted will be kept on file for 6 months. Our website lebanonhumane.org is continually updated with animals available for adoption. Our animals available for adoption may also be viewed at Petfinder.com or by stopping in our shelter anytime during open business hours.
Click here to see our adoptable animals on our website
Click here to see our adoptable animals on Petfinder.com
Interested in becoming a
Humane Society of Lebanon County volunteer?
Please join us! Sunday, April 7, 2019
1 pm – New Volunteer Orientation
1:45 pm – Foster Orientation (for current & new fosters)
2 pm – Dog Walker Training (need to arrive at 1 pm for entire orientation)
dog walkers, cat snugglers, foster families, event helpers, laundry helpers, etc.
Volunteers must be age 18 or older
Click here to view a link to print our Application To Volunteer
Click here to view a link to print our Application To Foster
Humane Society of Lebanon County
150 N. Ramona Road
Myerstown, PA 17067
Help Please Shelter Friends: We have a current need for reams or boxes of white standard size copier paper.
Could you purrhaps donate a ream or two? If you are a part of a business or group in the community, could you purrhaps consider donating a box of standard size copier paper?
We are in the midst of a Spring Appeal Letter project and ohh so appreciate any donations of white standard size copier paper.
Donations can be mailed to or dropped off at:
Humane Society of Lebanon County
150 N. Ramona Road
Myerstown, PA 17067
Tuesday through Sunday 10 am to 4:30 pm
Wednesday 10 am to 6:30 pm
Woofs, purrs and wet slopppy kisses from all the shelter animals.
You can make a direct impact on the lives of shelter pets!
Please click here for a link to our Spring 2019 Appeal!
Our community ROCKS! Look for these Paws For The Cause collection bins in the community the next couple weeks! Locations: Brandt’s Mill, PetSmart, PetValu, Dollar General (Route 72 North) and at our shelter! These bins are a part of an Eagle Scout Project! Our thanks to John W. for his thoughtfulness by including our shelter in his project! John W. has a goal of 2,000 pounds of donations/supplies for our shelter! Could you purrty please help spread the word?
Are you a leader of a Boy Scout or Girl Scout group, youth group or sports team, etc.? Please reach out to Sharon Riegel at firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate a service project/donation drive!
We rely on the support of our community. Your support is oh so appreciated!
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 Foster Coordinator at email@example.com or by mailing it to: Foster Coordinator, Humane Society of Lebanon County, 150 N Ramona Rd, Myerstown PA 17067.
We are hiring part time! Join our team!
– Animal Care Technicians (Dogs, Cats and Small Mammals)(part time, 2 to 3 days per week)
– Front Office Receptionist, Two part time positions, 8:30 am to 5 pm, Saturday and Sunday (every other weekend)
– Please click here to visit the Jobs tab on our website for more details.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org