A few of our most needed items currently are: Fancy Feast canned kitten food, liquid KMR (kitten milk replacement), Pine Sol or Mr Clean cleaning liquid, non-clumping (regular clay) cat litter, Chlorox (unscented) bleach, Windex, heavy duty poop scoop for dogs (large pan with spade)
The Humane Society of Lebanon County is a 501c(3) non-profit organization. Humane Society of Lebanon County relies on donations from the community and does not receive funds from the Humane Society of the United States. Our shelter relies solely on generous donations from our community.
All proceeds benefit the animals of the Humane Society of Lebanon County
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Please send completed registration flyer and payment to Humane Society of Lebanon County, 150 N. Ramona Road, Myerstown, PA 17067. Please make checks payable to Humane Society of Lebanon County.
If you are planning on going shopping, please stop by and consider adopting. All animals with black fur will be 50% off on Friday, November 27th at The Humane Society of Lebanon County located at 150 North Ramona Road, Myerstown, PA 17067. We hope to see you there!
NEED A STUDY BUDDY!?!?!? On September 12th & 13th The Humane Society of Lebanon County will be holding a BACK TO SCHOOL ADOPTION SPECIAL! All dog and cat adoption fees will be 50% off. Keep your eye on Facebook for “The Teacher’s Pets.”
Our adoption fees include the animal’s first vaccinations, deworming, flea treatment, and spay/neuter surgery. Cat adoption also includes a FeLV/FIV test and cardboard carrier. You may choose to microchip your new pet for additional $15 fee at the time of adoption.
The Humane Society of Lebanon (HSLC) is seeking a relief veterinarian to join its team of dedicated animal welfare professionals. This is a part-time position of 2 to 6 shifts per month. We can accommodate your schedule and offer flexibility in choice of surgery days and hours. Primary responsibilities include spaying and neutering shelter animals and performing intake and wellness exams. Experience in high quality/high volume spay/neuter, including pediatrics, a plus. The HSLC offers a small but functional modern surgery suite with separate prep and recovery areas and experienced veterinary technicians on staff to assist as needed. Compensation commensurate with spay/neuter experience. More information about the Humane Society of Lebanon County and its programs and services can be found at www.lebanonhumane.org. Interested candidates may send resumes and inquires to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by fax to 717-866-2782.
The Humane Society of Lebanon County
150 N Ramona Rd
Myerstown, PA 17067
The Humane Society of Lebanon County would like to extend a paw to the people and animals of central Texas who have been affected by the recent flooding. Therefore we are collecting supplies for the Austin Animal Center and Austin Pets Alive! They are specifically in need of large dog leashes, rawhides, puzzle toys, peanut butter, meaty treats, towels and paper towels. Donations will be collected here at the shelter located at 150 N. Ramona Rd, Myerstown, PA 17067.
Join us on Saturday March 28th 9-3pm for the Annual Humane Society Thrift Shop Spring Fling! We will be selling baked goods, homemade Easter Eggs and Opera Fudge. We will be raffling off great gift baskets and having a Jelly Bean Counting Contest. Best of all, we are having pet pictures with the EASTER BUNNY. A 5X7 picture will be $10.00. The thrift shop is located at 129 Cumberland St. Lebanon, PA 17042. We hope to see you there!
Join us for Down Doggie Yoga at 10am on Saturday mornings. The class will be led by Jordan Leigh Fancovic. Jordan has been practicing yoga for the past 10 years, and recently became a Yoga Alliance certified instructor! She is using her knowledge and study of the human mind and body to get people MOVING FORWARD, both physically and mentally! One of her many favorite yoga poses is the tree pose: Because “It’s the best of both worlds. Feeling rooted into the ground, while still being able to reach for the sky. It’s quite literally a balancing act between the two.”