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Holiday Open House & Adoptathon - December 6th from 11am to 7pm

  • Bake Sale and BBQ
  • Discounted Adoption Rates: Dogs $20 and Cats/Rabbits $10
  • Rates include Spay/Neuter surgery, up-to-date basic vaccines, microchip, initial deworming, and a month of pet health insurance
  • We will have holiday toys and retail items available as well.

Featured Program

WORKPLACE GIVING

Do you work for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the Federal Government, or another place of business that participates in workplace giving? Also, many employers will match contributions made to charitable organizations. Check with your human resources office about matching programs. If so, please consider donating to HSHA.

The codes for HSHA are:

  • CFC (Combined Federal Campaign) – 77697
  • SECA (State Employees Combined Appeal) – 4401-0027
  • United Way – 3022

The kick-off season for these campaigns is underway, and HSHA will appreciate your support! Remember – HSHA serves Dauphin, Cumberland, Perry, and northern York Counties as a non-profit organization; we are not funded by the government or national organizations; and we rely on donations from the communities we serve to fulfill our mission.

(If you stop by the PA Dept. of Labor & Industry SECA Event on Thursday, October 9, between 10AM and 2PM, you’ll get to visit with some of our volunteers and meet some of our adoptable dogs!)

Resource Library

Things To Know When Deciding To Declaw

Declawing a cat is a controversial issue many people consider when looking to add a feline into the family fold. Of course the advantages up front are obvious. Furniture, carpeting, household textiles, walls, doors, and yes, even humans will escape marring or hurtful scratches. However, there is a flip side to declawing which should be considered before making a decision whether or not to proceed with such a procedure.  Please read this article for more information.

Community Partner

HSHA would like to congratulate the Bethesda Mission and Chuck Wingate on being named our Community Partner for 2014

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How Can I Help Homeless Animals in My Community Today?

We are currently in need of peanut butter, paper towelssensitive stomach dry cat food, non-clumping kitty litter, sturdy plastic bottles (NOT soda) and cat toys.  If you'd like to help out, please drop some off at the shelter!

We have several dogs and cats that are looking for a foster home.  If you think you may be able to help, please visit our Fosters Needed page.

Events

Hershey Grooming Expo - September 19-20
Shelter Buddies Basket Bingo - September 21
Healing Haven - September 23
Wedding Professionals Mixer and Networking - October 16
Pity Party - October 18

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