Our Down Doggie Yoga is making a return, and it’s weekly! Jordan Leigh Fancovic, our doggy photographer, is going to be hosting classes every Saturday for newcomers and experienced yogers. The classes will be held from 10AM til 11AM in the Humane Society’s back grass lot. If the weather is not permitting, it will be held inside the Humane Society in our spacious new middle room. This event is BYOM – Bring Your Own Mat. The class fee will be $10 and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Humane Society.
We really hope to see you!
Our 2014 Corks & Bottles Wine and Beer Festival was a success! Read the Lebanon Daily News article about the event here.
“We adopted Dexter (tan dog, previously unnamed) in July ’12 from the HS of LC. We knew, or I should say my husband knew, right away that he was the one. We took him home and immediately had numerous challenges getting him acclimated into our family which already consisted of two cats. After an in-home visit with a trainer, a three week doggy bootcamp, and continuous structure and reinforcement, we have a dog who is adored by most people, who don’t judge a book by it’s cover. Dexter was the proverbial diamond in the rough and it was rough going for a while; but he is the perfect dog for us and is greatly loved. He’s even managed to charm one of the cats and is determined to work his magic on the other one.
We adopted Indie (b&w dog), previously Jasmine, in May ’14. We had to pick the right dog because Dexter has some leash aggression (ok, he’s perfect for us, but still a work in progress). Indie wiggled into his heart from the moment he saw her. She has been perfect; playful, but not threatening. From day one they have been pretty much inseparable. Indie is just so sweet and lovable. We took her in to the store when we went to pick up supplies on her adoption day and she was like a rock star; everyone wanted to meet her and she handled it all with ease. She’s also managed to charm our one cat in no time. Indie wants nothing more than to snuggle, whether it’s with us or Dexter; she just wants her cuddle time. Oh, and food! This girl is a chow hound and is not discriminating about what she eats.
Together Dexter and Indie offer us, and each other, a great deal of enjoyment. We couldn’t be happier! Thank you for keeping our pups safe until they made it to their forever home.”
Andy & Elizabeth
Tails on Trails 5K Walk
Sunday October 2, 2016
Registration for walkers: 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm
Walk begins at 1:00 pm
Fetch your sneakers and join us for a walk on the beautiful Rails to Trails to raise money for the Humane Society of Lebanon County! The walk will be held on Sunday, October 2. It will start and end at the Lebanon Expo Center and Fairgrounds located at 80 Rocherty Road in Lebanon, and will take place on the Lebanon Valley Rails to Trails path. The Tails on Trails Walk will be held rain or shine.
Registration for the 5K walk will be open from 12:00 pm until 1:00 pm. The walk will begin at 1:00 pm. A 1.5 mile walk and a 3 mile walk will both be offered. The walking course heads north towards Lebanon City along Rails to Trails. Dogs are welcome on the walking course but must be kept on a leash at all times.
A donation of $25 or more gets you an official 2016 Tails on Trails T-shirt. Please pre-register to ensure you get the size you want. Supplies are limited.
Registration and pledge sheets for walkers will be available at the Humane Society of Lebanon County located at 150 North Ramona Road in Myerstown.