It’s almost that time of the year again! In just a few short months the 24th Annual Tailwagger’s Trot will be held to raise money for the Animal Rescue Fund! What better way to show your love for animals then by coming out to join us on September 22nd with your own furry best friends for some good old-fashioned fun! The Tailwagger’s Trot will certainly get your tail wagging, so to speak, because nothing shows support better than having a great time with your best friends, whether they are furry ones or not! Be sure to check back often, so you do not miss our unveiling of the location for this year’s 24th Annual Tailwagger’s Trot!
Visit http://humaneleague.com/trot/ for more information!
Our goal is to match companion animals with families who are willing and able to provide them with a lifetime commitment of care and love. We hope that our adoption process involves a back and forth dialogue between our staff and yourself as a potential adopter, so that we can work together in your search for finding your new best friend!
For a complete list of adoptable animals, please visit the adoption page of our website: http://humaneleague.com/adopt/.
The Humane League of Lancaster County is an independent, non-profit charity that is recognized as the area’s leader in animal welfare. Our dedicated staff and volunteers provide compassion and care to thousands of pets each year through a variety of services. Through low-cost spay/neuter clinics we are proactively addressing the problem of pet overpopulation in order to create a no-kill community. Our unique foster care program allows to us save even more lives while our partnerships with other rescues and shelters help us place an ever increasing number of animals in permanent and loving homes. Outreach adoption sites and activities also take our animals into the community where they belong. We value our volunteers, members, and supporters as important contributors to the work that we do. Through working together, we can achieve our vision of creating a humane community where all animals are protected and wanted.