Part of being a responsible pet owner is committing to care for your pets for the duration of their life. However, if you are forced to give up your pet, HSHA encourages you to make every effort to find it a new home with a family member, friend, co-worker, or other caring person. Please exhaust all possible options before coming to the Humane Society.
In addition, if you are experiencing behavioral challenges with your animal, are moving to a place that is not pet friendly, or are facing financial issues that make it difficult to care for your pet, HSHA is here to help. We provide behavioral advice, lists of local pet-friendly housing, and low-cost clinics. Call the shelter at (717) 564-3320.
In the event that no other options are available, please contact the Humane Society at (717) 564-3320 to make a surrender appointment. Acceptance of surrendered animals is dependant on space and cannot be guaranteed. Additionally, a surrender fee is required to help defray the cost of caring for the animal. Surrender fees are: $122 for dogs (non pit bull), $265.90 for pit bulls, and $135.70 for cats.
We are currently in need of soft training treats (made in USA), Busy Bones, sensitive stomach cat food, peanut butter, unscented bleach, liquid laundry detergent, Dawn dishwashing detergent, Clorox wipes, waterless shampoo, kitten milk replacer, and paper towels. If you'd like to help out, please drop some off at the shelter!
Check out HSHA's Amazon Wish List for more specific needs.
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.
Entire Month of February | Glove Drive Campaign
February 12-17 | Shelter Sweethearts Week
February 19-23 | Deep Clean Week
April 15-22 Volunteer Appreciation Week
May 5 | 5K Run/Walk for the Animals
CFC (Combined Federal Campaign) – 77697
SECA (State Employees Combined Appeal) – 4401-0027
United Way – 3022