Month: December 2019

  • COMMUNITY OUTREACH & EDUCATION

    COMMUNITY OUTREACH EVENTS

    Please be aware that com­mu­nity out­reach events are pri­mar­ily staffed by vol­un­teers so we may not be able to accom­mo­date all requests.  We ask for a 6 week min­i­mum advance notice of events so that we are able to plan for and attend as many as possible.

    To have the Humane League par­tic­i­pate in your com­mu­nity out­reach even, please fill out thet:

    >> Com­mu­nity Out­reach Event Request Form and sub­mit it to:

    Mail:  Humane League of Lan­caster County, 2195 Lin­coln Hwy. East, Lan­caster, PA  17602

    HUMANE EDUCATION EVENT INFORMATION

    The Humane League, thanks to our team of Humane Edu­ca­tion vol­un­teers, loves to pro­vide pre­sen­ta­tions & tours to com­mu­nity groups about what the Humane League does, respon­si­ble pet own­er­ship, and how every­one can be involved to make a dif­fer­ence for ani­mals in need!  Humane Edu­ca­tion events can take place at the Humane League or at off-site loca­tions and are great for both chil­dren & adult groups.  We ask for a 6 week min­i­mum advance notice of events so that we are able to plan for and attend as many as possible.

    To orga­nize a Humane Edu­ca­tion Event for your group please fill out the

    >> Humane Edu­ca­tion Event Request Form and sub­mit it to:


    mail:  Humane League of Lan­caster County, 2195 Lin­coln Hwy. East, Lan­caster, PA  17602

    To visit the Humane League at already sched­uled events, please click click here.

    To become involved as a vol­un­teer in Com­mu­nity Out­reach & Humane Edu­ca­tion please click here to learn more about the vol­un­teer program.

  • Volunteer

    The Humane League offers a wide variety of oppor­tu­nities for inter­ested indi­viduals to gain expe­rience working with animals, learn more about animal welfare issues, and work with others to improve the lives of animals in our community. Due to the gener­ously donated time and assis­tance of volun­teers the shelter can offer many high quality programs and services to Lancaster County pets and residents!

    The Volunteer Process:

    1.  Submit Volunteer Appli­cation to Volunteer Coor­di­nator, Lauren Monti, at:  volunteer@humaneleague.com or
    Mail:  Attn:  Volunteer Coor­di­nator
    Humane League of Lancaster County
    2195 Lincoln Highway East
    Lancaster, PA 17602

    Selection of volun­teers is based on skills and interests of volunteer, avail­ability, needs of the shelter, and an ability to demon­strate a commitment to the volunteer program and work as a team.  All appli­ca­tions are held on file for 3 months.

    2.  Potential volun­teers are contacted to attend a Volunteer Infor­mation Session/interview with Volunteer Coor­di­nator.  Volunteer Infor­mation Sessions provide an overview of the many services and programs the Humane League provides the community and how volun­teers are involved.  During the volunteer interview, inter­ested volun­teers discuss in more detail their interests and skills with Volunteer Coor­di­nator to help find the best match between the volunteer and the Humane League’s available volunteer opportunities.

    3.  Success­fully complete necessary volunteer training

    4. Are considered an official Humane League of Lancaster County volunteer!

    Fulfilling Volunteer Require­ments for School, Church, or Other Social Clubs

    We receive many requests from students and other indi­viduals who need to fulfill a certain number of volunteer hours and/or community service projects for school, church, or social clubs.  It is only with the support of generous community members like your­selves that we are able to continue to meet the needs of the animals in our care, and appre­ciate your interest in fulfilling your hours through the Humane League of Lancaster County!
    *Service Project List: These projects are flexible, can be started right away, can count towards service hour require­ments, and work great for short-term and group projects. Volun­teers inter­ested in using these projects towards service hour require­ments who need docu­men­tation can simply track their hours on the Tracking Sheet and contact Volunteer Coor­di­nator at the conclusion of their project to arrange a time to sign-off on their hours.

    *Orga­nizing a donation drive is greatly appre­ciated by the staff and animals!  Your efforts play a direct role in making sure the animals and staff have what they need to provide for the animals in our care!  Click here for a copy of the Humane League’s Wish List.

    *Foster Care:  Foster care volun­teers provide a second chance to animals in need!  All vet care and supplies are provided by the Humane League and can also count towards service hours.  Contact foster@humaneleague.com for more information.

    *Please be aware that volun­teers inter­ested in hands on oppor­tu­nities at the shelter must complete a Volunteer Appli­cation and spots cannot be guar­anteed until inter­ested volunteer completes the necessary requirements.

    Q: What do volun­teers do at the Humane League?

    A: Volun­teers help in nearly all of our programs! Volunteer oppor­tu­nities that require a fixed commitment include direct animal care, customer service, volun­teering at our off-site adoption center, etc. Volunteer oppor­tu­nities with more flex­i­bility include attending community outreach events, helping to plan special events, writing thank you notes, providing presen­ta­tions and tours to community groups, becoming a foster parent, and more!

    Q: Are there any require­ments to be able to volunteer hands on with the animals?

    A: Yes! Children must be at least 12 years old to volunteer at the shelter, and children 12 – 15 years old must volunteer with a parent/legal guardian. Volun­teers must be able to make a minimum time commitment of 2 hours/week or 2 hours/every other week, with most oppor­tu­nities requiring volun­teers being able to reliably commit to their shifts in advance.   Volun­teers are welcome to do more, but absolutely must be able to make this minimum commitment, as this allows staff and volun­teers to best work together as a team to provide the care and attention the animals need and deserve while they are with us.  All volun­teers handling animals must also success­fully complete training with an expe­ri­enced Volunteer Mentor before being able to volunteer inde­pen­dently.  During volunteer shifts, volun­teers work as a team with fellow volun­teers and staff, so teamwork, a positive attitude, and will­ingness to keep learning are all important!

    Q: What if I’m not able to make a long-term commitment? Can I still volunteer?

    A:  Absolutely!  Check the project list  for many ways you can get started today!  If you are inter­ested in on-call oppor­tu­nities at the Humane League, such as office support, yard work, community outreach, etc; the first step is to fill out a Volunteer Application.

    If you see a project that interests you and have ques­tions, please email volunteer@humaneleague.com.

    Q: What are the benefits of volun­teering with the Humane League of Lancaster County?

    A: Volun­teers have the oppor­tunity to gain expe­rience working with a variety of animals, develop profes­sional skills, network with fellow volun­teers and staff with similar interests, take part in free trainings and work­shops, and be a part of helping the nearly 11,000 animals that come through our doors each year!

    Current Needs

    The Humane League has many exciting enrichment programs for the animals at the shelter and volun­teers are an integral part of these programs! Stay tuned for exciting updates for these oppor­tu­nities for 2012!

    We are currently seeking volun­teers who are able to assist in these specific areas:

    *Humane League off-site adoption site at That Fish Place – volun­teers able to make 6 month commitment with a consistent schedule to work alongside fellow volun­teers and staff during adoption hours!  Avail­ability:  Follows adoption hours at  That Fish Place

    *Foster Care — volun­teers provide a second chance to animals in need!  All vet care and supplies are provided by the Humane League and can also count towards service hours.  Contact foster@humaneleague.com for more information.

    *People with expe­rience handling small mammals, such as guinea pigs, ferrets, and rabbits to assist with cleaning, social­izing, and customer service during adoption hours!

    *People bilingual in English/Spanish to provide assis­tance in customer service, community outreach events, and community vet clinics.  Avail­ability:  Flexible

    *Volunteer Dog Walking Team Members:  Volun­teers with dog handling expe­rience to take on active role of working hands on with the dogs awaiting adoption to work as a team with fellow volun­teers and staff to provide the daily walks and enrichment they need!  Must be able to reliably commit to volunteer shift in advance, preferably the same shift/day on a weekly/every other week basis between the hours of 2 –5 p.m.  This position is very active, with most of your time spent outdoors in all weather conditions.

  • BECOME A GUARDIAN

    Real­is­ti­cally, each indi­vid­ual can only accept a cer­tain num­ber of ani­mal com­pan­ions in their home. But, there are so many more pets that need a place to call their own. Frus­trated? Here’s one way you can help us. By join­ing the Humane League’s Guardian­ship Pro­gram, with your tax-deductible dona­tion, you help spon­sor the cost of food, med­ical care and hous­ing for the thousands of ani­mals that come through our care every year.

    In addition to your generous gift, we would like to commemorate your message of compassion for our animal friends; and those who love them.  A full color, laminated card featuring your personal message and an optional picture of your choice will be displayed on your sponsored kennel for 1 year.  In addition, your message will be featured on our website.

    You can use your Guardian­ship to honor the mem­ory of a loved one, rec­og­nize a friend, or cel­e­brate one of life’s mile­stones. Ded­i­cat­ing a Guardian­ship, to one or more of your furry friends, is also a mean­ing­ful way to rec­og­nize the joy they’ve brought to your life.

    Help the Humane League of Lan­caster County pro­vide the resources to make sure all of our ani­mal friends find their own human com­pan­ion. For just $250 you can make a huge pos­i­tive impact. Go ahead, make a dif­fer­ence in this world. Contact bpinto@humanepa.org for more information or if you are interested in becoming a guardian!

    OUR GUARDIANS

    On behalf of all of our ani­mals, we would like to thank and rec­og­nize our cur­rent Guardians.

    (Guardians are listed alpha­bet­i­cally by first name. Their mes­sages posted here are printed on cards and dis­played on our pets’ cages.)

    • Alaina Mayberry
      “My name is Jack­son and my owner adopted me from here and now I have the best life ever. With­out the help from the Humane League I would have never had a chance.”
    • Barbara Bleam
    • Beverly Smith
    • Bob Buzzendore
      “Thank you, HLLC”  Bud­dah, Mac, & Tex
    • Cassie Shortuse
      “In honor of all our dogs, past and present, that have given us so much joy!”
    • Cathy and Ed Lafferty
      “Dear Greta, Thank you for all the love and joy you gave us. We miss and love you, and will see you in heaven.”
    • Charles L. Van Gorden
    • Chris & Kathy Skiles
      In mem­ory of Sasha and Sonja, our pretty girls.
    • Clay Burchill
      In mem­ory of Rags Burchill and Deb Burchill.
    • Connie Bletcher
      In honor of Reg­gie, our beloved yel­low lab, whom we will miss forever.
    • Cynthia Eckman
      For Cindy Shipley – “She loved ALL ani­mals, but she espe­cially loved cats.”
      In Mem­ory of Cindy
    • Mylin Shipley
    • Cynthia Stroman
      In mem­ory of Cally, our sweet girl who gave us so much joy!
    • David and Barbara Erskine
      In mem­ory of Kate, adopted from the HLLC on 8/3/96, crossed the Rain­bow Bridge 11/9/2010. Her uncon­di­tional love and incred­i­ble intel­li­gence enriched our lives for 14 years. Save a life and bring joy and laugh­ter into your home, too.
    • David and Barbara Erskine
      In mem­ory of Hessie
    • David and Patty Bathurst
      In lov­ing mem­ory of Spanky, Sissy and L.T.
    • Debra Miller
      In mem­ory of Buzzy, Boyfriend & Hobo
    • Donna L. Shaub
      In mem­ory of Patch Pussy – my faith­ful friend for 15 years!
    • Dorothy Mowery Smith
      In honor of James R. Arm­strong, V.M.D.
    • Douglas W. Gibson
      In honor of all the ani­mals who haven’t had the good for­tune of find­ing per­ma­nent, lov­ing homes.
    • Ed and Darla Schorr
      Rico SchorrIn honor of Rico, our 17-year-old Maine Coon mix
    • Edi Young and David Lounsbury
      Dave Louns­bury – In honor of your birth­day (2014). Love, Edi & Lucus
    • Eileen F. Kranch
      In lov­ing mem­ory of Carol A. Metheny ABC DT Cer­ti­fied Dog Trainer and Cheyenne Autumn Metheny, beloved pet
    • Eric and Kim Steinman
      In lov­ing mem­ory of our sweet boys, Bog­art & Cody.
    • Faith Rineer
      Zeus was res­cued 1/31/10 – Best Buddy Ever – “Res­cue + Adopt”
    • Gary and Joan Goldman
    • Gary and Patricia Blair
      In mem­ory of Mor­ris, Rusty, Fluff, Buster and Bob.
    • Gary Rader
      In mem­ory of Jack, Argus, Zach, Drew. Also our beloved kitties. Samson, Delila, Moon & Sunny.
    • Greta, Former Humane League Guest
      “Need a best friend and devoted com­pan­ion? Look no fur­ther . . . I’m right here!”
    • Harvey and Diann Trotman
      In lov­ing mem­ory of our good dog, Brodie.
    • In memory of Anna R. Rentschler spon­sored by her family.
    • Jackee Olson
      In lov­ing mem­ory of Patri­cia A. Hawkins and “The Bert.” Eter­nally enjoy­ing long walks together.
    • Jacqueline Jones
      In mem­ory of Ralph, adopted HLLC 11/1994 AKC CD, Delta Soci­ety Part­ner (National) Beyond Lim­ites Award 2006, Hos­pice of Lan­caster Co Life­time Achieve­ment Award (500+ hours) and oth­ers. Crossed the Rain­bow Bridge July 2008.
    • Jennifer Groff
      In lov­ing mem­ory of my res­cue dog, Charlie.
    • Jessica Secor
    • John and Linda Huber
      For Shenan­doah
    • Judy Sandt
      In mem­ory of Marmalade Castnersmall
    • Julie Castner
      In lov­ing mem­ory of Mar­malade Cast­ner .” Please know that you are loved, missed, and remem­bered always, my lit­tle orange one.” Love, Mommy, Bucky, and your whole family.
    • Kathy and Rick Kirchoff
      Ded­i­cated to all of our com­pan­ion ani­mals. May St. Fran­cis watch over them. Please give this dog a for­ever home.
    • Kori Shuck
    • Kristin O’Connor
      In mem­ory of Han­nah “Bean” Barnett
      “Merry Christ­mas Grammy!”  From you favorite grand-puppy on Rain­bow Bridge, Han­nah
    • Lesa Stember
      In mem­ory of Pais­ley & Taylor
    • Liesa Miller and Tom Knier
      To honor the life of Meat­ball, a very un-boring pug.
    • Lisa Brosey
      “Until one has loved an ani­mal, a part of one’s soul remains unawak­ened.”  Ana­tole France
    • Lynn Balmer
      Cats are cool! In mem­ory of Spike & Corky.
    • Marie Carnes
    • In honor of Stella, our beau­ti­ful Husky we res­cued from the side of the road 12 years ago, and to her pre­cious pup­pies which all found homes through the Humane League.
    • Marilyn Torpey
    • Please con­sider mak­ing one of these lovely ani­mals a part of your family. They have so much love to give and would be so grate­ful to receive yours in return.
    • Michael and Robin Suess
    • In mem­ory of Nikki, best dog ever
    • Mick and Barb Linetty
      In mem­ory of Oscar
      “Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.”
      “Dogs are gen­er­ous crea­tures. They shower their affec­tion with­out expect­ing any­thing in return. They have bound­less energy, enthu­si­asm, and loy­alty. The moment you enter home, your dog greets you with warm hugs and licks.”
      “If you don’t own a dog, at least one, there is not nec­es­sar­ily any­thing wrong with you, but there may be some­thing wrong with your life.”
    • Nancy Forberger
      In mem­ory of Ban­dit, Pep­per, Pump­kin, Piper, Patches, and Maggie
    • Noreene Sweeney
      We all deserve a sec­ond chance!
    • Patricia Kusila, Rosalie Picariello & Felicia Baumann
    • “Uncle Joe, we love you and miss you.”  Keenan, Krista, Dylan, Joseph, Tyler, Dominic, Saman­tha, Christo­pher, Stephanie, Nicholas, Michael and Dominic Philip.
    • Richard P. Sills
      In mem­ory of MORRIS, beloved orange cat – June 22, 1984 – Novem­ber 16, 1998
    • Richard P. Sills
      In mem­ory of JASMINE, beloved orange cat, Adopted from HLLC on July 18, 1999
      June 27, 1992 – May 23, 2005
    • Richard P. Sills
      In mem­ory of SWEETIE, beloved lit­tle white cat
      August 19, 1989 – May 26, 2005
    • Richard P. Sills
      In mem­ory of HUNTLEY, beloved orange tiger cat
      June 22, 2002 – Octo­ber 6, 2010
    • Richard P. Sills
      In honor of BRINKLEY, beloved orange cat
    • Richard P. Sills
      In honor of TABITHA, pre­cious black-and-white cat, Adopted from HLLC March 12, 2010
    • Richard P. Sills
      In honor of DEXTER, pre­cious orange cat
    • Robert Barber
      “Happy Birth­day, Dad!” Love, Leo, Kim and Rich
    • Sandra Merritt
      Sandy’s daugh­ter Natasha
    • Sandra Merritt
      Sandy’s son Nicholas
    • Scott and Janice Royer
      In mem­ory of Sab­rina. Adopted from the Humane League at 4 years old, she gave us 11 years of love. Died of old age in her for­ever home on May 23, 2011.
    • Sharon Piersol
    • Sue & Tom Wiley
      In lov­ing mem­ory of our angel-faced beauty queen, Gin­ger Wiley. ” You were a true loyal and lov­ing best friend. We miss your beau­ti­ful face and kisses daily.”
    • Sue & Tom Wiley
      In lov­ing mem­ory of our sweet lit­tle love angel Cupid Wiley.  “You were a star that sparkled so brightly that you burned out before your time. We miss your amaz­ing, lov­ing pres­ence daily.”
    • Sue & Tom Wiley
      In mem­ory of our angel Bai­ley Wiley.  “Thank you for the joy you brought us.”
    • Sue & Tom Wiley
      In mem­ory of our angel Nik-Nik Wiley. We are reminded of your love everyday.
    • Sue Fisher
      In honor of Kathy Hacker and Jack Tin­ney, who want you to give this adorable cat a lov­ing home!
    • Susan DiClemente
      In mem­ory of Chablis
    • Sydney Meyers
      In honor of Sydney’s 22nd birth­day. Her big heart has plenty of room to love and care for all crea­tures great and small.
    • Tamara and Joseph Hogan
      In mem­ory of our Gen­tle­man Dog, Chester
    • Tara Parmer
      In mem­ory of my uncle, John David Eckinger, who shared my love of animals.
    • The Bedrick Family
      In lov­ing mem­ory of Lucy Bedrick, 1999-2013. For­ever in our hearts.
    • The Russo Family
      In lov­ing mem­ory of Pepper
    • Tim and Barbara Jo Saylor
      In lov­ing mem­ory of Snoopy
    • Tina and Dwight Varnes
      In mem­ory of Zoe and KellieKellie_Varnes
    • Tina Eichelberger
      On behalf of Nike, Munchkin, Happy & Mot­ley Eichelberger
    • Tina Kreuger
      We would like to remem­ber our beloved Sammy and all Krueger kit­ties now in heaven.
      We can­not describe the joy we get from hav­ing such lov­ing crea­tures in our lives.
      “The first time I laid eyes on you,
      I knew right from the start,
      That you were meant for me alone:
      you left paw prints on my heart.”
    • Travis & Jes Transue
      In lov­ing mem­ory of Moca
    • Winni Allison
      Thank you for help­ing me find my for­ever home, Love Anchor
  • HLLC SENIOR STAFF

    HLLC SENIOR STAFF

    The professional staff of the Humane League of Lancaster County is here to serve you and your pets.  Please feel free to contact us if we can be of any assistance to you.  We know it can be helpful to know what the person on the other side of the phone line or email looks like- or in case you see us in line at the supermarket and want to tell us what a great job we’re doing (Or how we can do it better!).

    KAREL MINOR

    President/CEO

    DAMON MARCH

    Chief Operating Officer

    BRIAN PINTO, MPA, CFRE

    Chief Advancement Officer

    KAREL MINOR

    President/CEO

  • Choosing the Right Pet: Cats

    Are you ready for a cat?

    Here are some things to consider before deciding to add a cat to your home.

    • Do you know if you or anyone in your household is allergic to cats?
    • Are you prepared for hair on just about everything?
    • Are you prepared to scoop the litter box daily and do a full cleaning and change weekly?
    • Are you prepared for your cat to want to play at 3 a.m.? (They are quite nocturnal animals.)
    • Will you be able to afford regular vet care?
    • If you want a kitten, are you prepared for LOTS of playtime and socialization?
    • Are you prepared to deal with training your cat to use a scratching post or trimming its nails?

    First time cat owners

    • Stay away from what is known as the ‘excessive cats’
    • excessively shy, aggressive, demanding, or needy as these cats may be too challenging for your first experience.
    • Choose a cat that is friendly and outgoing. A cat that doesn’t seem too stressed at the shelter usually means it will adapt well to the home environment and would be ideal for a first time cat owner.

    How to choose the right cat for you

    • Consider your needs and expectations, what do you want from a cat as a pet?
    • Consider the cat or kittens needs and expectations, what do they need and what can you provide for them?
    • If you live in a full time working household it’s recommended you stay away from the kittens or adolescents (under 18 months), it will be quite difficult to meet their needs for attention and playtime. Sometimes having 2 cats of the same age group will make it possible to have a younger cat.
    • An adult cat that seems outgoing and friendly is always the best bet, especially for homes with young children.
    • Also consider the different types of coat cats have. Shorthaired cats can shed as much as longhaired cats.
    • Medium to long coated cats need almost daily brushing and some may need to see a groomer regularly.
    • Shorthaired cats should be brushed every few days to remove excess hair. The longer the hair, the more maintenance you will need to provide.
    • Cats can live to be 20 + years old if properly cared for, so keep this in mind when looking for your new companion. Will you be able to give this pet a permanent, forever home?
  • Planned Giving

    Although 72% of Americans give to charity during their lifetime, only 6% leave anything to charity through their wills. Those are startling statistics given the ease and benefits of making charitable gifts through wills.

    Ease:

    If you already have a will, modern word processing allows your attorney to easily add a sentence directing a bequest to the charity of your choice. For example: “I give and bequeath the sum of fifty thousand ($50,000.00) dollars to the Humane League of Lancaster County”. The small cost involved in making such a change is far outweighed by the knowledge you have left a legacy for a worthy cause.

    If you do not have a will, and are in the process of writing one, the inclusion of bequests to charities would not normally entail any additional legal costs.

    Benefits:

    In addition to leaving a lasting legacy your charitable bequest has the benefit of avoiding both Federal Estate Tax and Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax. Even with the reduction in Federal Estate Tax rates the top rate will still be as high as 45% through 2009 (the Estate Tax is “repealed” in 2010, but then gets “unrepealed” in 2011 unless Congress legislates otherwise). Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax can be as high as 15%. Therefore, up to 60% may be lost to taxes.

    With a little effort you can leave a legacy through your will that will help generations to come, and have positive tax results. BUT YOU DO NEED TO MAKE THAT EFFORT. Contact your attorney, describe what you want to do, and then do it. The satisfaction you gain will far exceed the effort.

    The Maud Haldeman Society:

    Preserving the Humane League for Generations to Come

    Throughout its history, the Humane League has been generously supported by the residents and businesses of Lancaster County. One important way that our donors support the Humane League is through a bequest.

    Every year, many of our supporters make charitable gifts by naming the Humane League of Lancaster County as a beneficiary in their wills. The federal government encourages these gifts or bequests by allowing an unlimited estate tax charitable deduction.

    There are three types of bequests – specific bequest, residual bequest, and contingent bequest. A specific bequest allows you to designate a specific dollar amount, specific percentage, or specific property to the Humane League of Lancaster County.

    A residual bequest allows you to designate the Humane League of Lancaster County as a bequest only after your estate pays all debts, taxes, expenses, and specific bequests. The remaining amount – the residual – will be transferred to the Humane League of Lancaster County.

    A contingent bequest allows you to ask that the Humane League receive all or a portion of your estate only under certain circumstances. For example, you can name the Humane League of Lancaster County as a beneficiary of your estate only if there are no surviving close family members. Childless couples sometimes provide for the entire estate to go to the surviving spouse, or if the spouse does not survive, to the Humane League of Lancaster County.

    As a way of thanking our planned gift donors and for acknowledging their commitment to support the Humane League, we have created the Haldeman Society, named in honor of our founder Maud Haldeman.

    If you have already made a plan to give to the Humane League of Lancaster County in your will or estate plan, please contact the Humane League at (717)393-6551 ext. 239 so we may honor you with membership in the Haldeman Society. We realize that with your special gift, you consider us to be part of your family, and we want to do our best to keep you informed as to how your gift will be used and to give you the opportunity to tell us of your wishes.

  • Available Pets

    The animals pictured here are not a complete list of our adoptable pets.  Throughout the day, new animals become available and others re adopted. If you do not see your new best friend on our website, please contact the staff or visit the shelter where you can meet the wide variety of available animals who are all in need of permanent and loving homes.

    Name Animal Breed Age Size Sex
    Buffy Dog Pit Bull Terrier Adult M F
    Casey and Kane Dog Labrador Retriever,Pit Bull Terrier Senior L F
    Jack Dog Beagle Adult M M
    Oscar Dog Pit Bull Terrier Young M M
    Rumor Dog Chow Chow Adult L M
    Sandy Dog Terrier Senior S F
    Tiki Dog American Staffordshire Terrier Adult L F

     

  • Lancaster County Rental Guide to Friendly Housing

    This list by no means is comprehensive of all the rental properties. The information is subject to change, it is the responsibility of the person looking for a rental property to confirm the rules and regulations of the rental property. Landlords will still be called to give permission for the adoption of an animal.

    Apartment Complex

     

     

    Phone Number Cats Dogs Deposits/Monthly Charge Comments

    Ambassador Apartments

    480 Euclid Ave, Lancaster

    1-717-299-1318 Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered & declawed.

    No Additional monthly charge added to rent

    Ambleside Townhouses

    2071 Old Philadelphia Pike, Lancaster

    1-717-399-9937 Yes Yes

    Under 25 lbs

    Additional deposit.  Additional monthly charge added to rent. Requires landlord approval

    Ashlea Gardens

    150 Ashlea Gardens

    New Holland

    www.ashleagardens.com

    1-717-354-4421 Yes

    Must be declawed

    Yes

    Breed restrictions

    Additional monthly charge added to rent

    One time pet fee based on weight.  Please call for details.

    Allows dogs over 40 lbs

     

    Barrcrest Manor

    Apartments

    1707 Marietta Ave, Lancaster

    1-717-392-1574 Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered and declawed.

    No Additional Security deposit of $100 Must sign Pet Addendum

    Belair Townhouses

    590 Candlewyck Rd, Lancaster

    1-717-569-3606 Yes Yes

    Under 25 lbs

    Additional monthly charge added to rent Must obtain written permission first.

     

    Please contact for further information.

    Bentley Ridge

    650 Bentley Ridge Blvd, Lancaster

    www.bentleyridge@high.net

    1-717-399-3277 Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered and declawed.

     

    Must be kept indoors

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Under 65 lbs

    Breed Restrictions

    $500 non-refundable deposit. All animals must be kept on leash.

     

    Please contact for further information.

    Cedar Acres East Inc

    1735 Old Philadelphia Pike, Lancaster

     

     

     

    1-717-397-4968 Yes Yes

    Under 25 lbs

    A pet deposit equal to one months rent is required.

    Charleston Townhouses

    Ramgate Lane, Lancaster

    Kathleen@BFProperty.com

    1-717-293-9300

    Toll Free

    1-877-214-1184

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered and declawed.

    Yes

    Under 25 lbs

    Deposits and monthly fees based on number and species. Please contact for further information.

    Chelsea Village

    37 Bradford Dr,

    Leola

     

     

    1-717-656-2776

     

     

    Yes

     

     

    Yes

    Breed Restrictions

    Please call for details

     

     

    Additional monthly charge added to rent.

    Cherryhill Villas

    560-2 Estelle Dr, Lancaster

    www.rpmanagementinc.com/

     

     

     

    1-717-892-7262

     

     

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

     

     

    No

     

     

    A pet deposit equal to ½ month’s rent is required.  Additional monthly charge added to rent.

     

     

    Prefer declaw

    Cloister Gardens

    845 Dawn Ave, Apt 107

    Ephrata

    www.rpmgt.com

    1-717-733-1611 Yes

    Must be declawed

    No Additional deposit required.

    Additional monthly charge added to rent.

    Must be mature cats.
     

    Colonial Apartments

    Akron

     

    1-717-293-9300

     

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered and declawed.

     

    Yes

    Under 25 lbs

     

    Deposits and monthly fees based on number and species.

     

    Please contact for further information.

    Columbia Wagon Werks

    920 Plane St, Columbia

    1-717-684-0920 Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    and declawed.

    No Additional deposit.

    Additional monthly charge added to rent.

    Conestoga West Apartments

    Stonemill Rd & Temple Ave, Lancaster

    1-717-397-4441 Yes No Additional monthly charge added to rent. Must sign pet lease.  Please contact for more details.
     

    Country Side Apartments

    2165 Old Philadelphia Pike, Lancaster

     

    1-800-704-1701

     

    Yes

     

    Yes

    Under 50 lbs

    Additional monthly charge added to rent.

    Requires extra security deposit.

    Donegal Crossing Apartments

    1834 Bradfield Dr, Mount Joy

    Website www.apartments.com/donegalcrossing
    e-mail

    donegalcrossing@aol.com

    1-717-492-9222 Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered and declawed.

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Under 50 lbs

    Breed Restrictions

    Additional deposit.  Additional  monthly rental charge added to rent.

    Franklin Apartments

    55 W Franklin St, Ephrata

    1-717-733-9330 Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered and declawed.

    Yes

    Must be Spayed or Neutered

    $200 deposit per pet.

    Additional monthly added to rent.

    Income restrictions apply

    55 + community

    Must provide records of shots.

    Fulton Manor

    Akron

    Kathleen@BFProperty.com

    1-717-293-9300

    Toll Free

    1-877-725-3683

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered and declawed.

    Yes

    Under 25 lbs

    Deposits and monthly fees based on number and species.  Please contact for further information.
     

    Greenfield Estates

    799 Patriot Dr,

    Lancaster

    greenfieldestate@high.net

     

     

     

     

    1-717-397-7778

     

    397-4821 (Fax)

     

     

     

     

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered and declawed.

     

     

     

     

    Yes

    Under 65 lbs

    Breed Restrictions

    Please contact for additional information

     

     

     

     

    $500 deposit

    ½ is not refundable

     

     

     

     

    All animals must be over 1 year of age.

    Greenland Village Apartments

    403 Greenland Dr, Lancaster

    1-717-299-0621

     

    299-5145 (Fax)

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered and declawed.

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Under 50 lbs

    Additional deposit and monthly charge.  Please call for details. Dogs must be kept on leash.

    Madison at Greenview Terrace

    500 Alden Dr, Lancaster

    Email: greenview@maglp.com

    website: http://www.madisongreenviewterrace.com

    1-717-569-7500 Yes Yes $200 refundable/$150 non refundable pet deposit.  Monthly fee: $20/cat $25 dog Restrictions – one pet per apartment (cat OR dog) no weight limit, breed
    restrictions apply
     

    Harvestview Apartments

    Rte 772, Mount Joy

     

    1-717-653-2328

     

    Yes Yes

    Under 35 lbs

    Breed Restrictions

    $250 deposit

    Hershey Heritage Village

    1330Wabank Rd, Lancaster

    leasing@hersheyheritage.com

    1-717-299-4317 Yes Yes Please call for additional details on number and weight restrictions.
    Highlands Apartments at Warwick

    100 Wickshire Circle, Lititz

    Kathleen@BFProperty.com

     

     

    1-717-293-9300

    Toll Free

    1-717-293-9300

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Must be declawed

    No Deposits and monthly fees based on number of animals.  Please contact for further information.

    Lancaster Court Apartments

    1127 Wabank Rd, Lancaster

    1-717-392-0242 Yes Yes

    Under 30 lbs

    Please call for details.

    Lancaster House North

    335 N Prince St, Lancaster

    1-717-299-1278 Yes Yes $300 pet deposit

    $50 minimum down payment on deposit.  May be paid monthly

    No ferrets

    No snakes

    62 + Housing

    Under 62/ Disabilities

    Income Restrictions Apply

    Lancaster House South

    315 N Prince St,

    Lancaster

    299-1308 Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Must be declawed

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Must be under 15 lbs/15 inches at shoulder

    Must show proof of license and shot records. 62 + Housing

    Under 62/ Disabilities

    Income Restrictions Apply

    Manor House Apartments

    1415 Spenser Ave, Lancaster

    1-717-393-0465 Yes Yes

    Up to 12 inches

    Under 25 lbs

    $200 maximum pet deposit.  Additional monthly charges added to rent.  Pleases call for details. No snakes

    No rodents

    Meadow Green Estates

    2000 Swarr Run Rd, Lancaster

    1-717-393-1723

     

    393-2841 (Fax)

    Yes Yes

    Under 65 lb

    Breed Restrictions

    $200 deposit

    Additional monthly charges added to rent.

    Must provide vet records

    Meadows East

    13 Morninglory Lane, Manheim

    www.meadowseast.com

    1-717-665-6864

     

    665-6878 (Fax)

    Yes Yes

    Breed Restrictions

    Non-refundable pet fee based on weight, please call for details

    Additional monthly charge added to rent

    Must be 1 year

    Must have current shots and records

    Allows dogs over 40 lbs.

    Mill Creek Manor Apartments

    741 @ Wabank,

    Lancaster

    Website www.apartments.com/millcreekmanor
    e-mail

    millcreekmanor@hotmail.com

     

    1-717-871-1000

     

    Yes

    Must be declawed

    Must be spayed/neutered

     

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Under 50 lbs

    Breed Restrictions

     

    Additional deposit Additional monthly charge added to rent.

    Newport Commons

    North Oak St,

    Lititz

     

     

    1-717-626-7368

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Must be declawed

    Yes

    Under 40 lbs and 20 inches

    Additional deposit required.

    Additional monthly charge added to rent.

    Must be 1 year or older.
    Nissly-Chocolate Factory Apartments

    951 Wood St,

    Mount Joy

    1-717-394-3374 Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered and declawed

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered and declawed.

    Under 25 lbs

    Additional deposit required.

    Oak Knoll Village

    Managed by NPI

    189 Oak Knoll Circle

    Millersville

    1-717-569-7500 Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered and declawed.

    Yes

    Under 25 lbs

    $150 refundable pet deposit.

    Additional monthly charge added to rent.

    Peach Alley Court

    155 S. Poplar St,

    Elizabethtown

    darcyL@historiclandmarks.com

    1-866-594-7159

    Toll Free

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Must be under 35 lbs and 15 inches

    $250 deposit required

    Additional monthly charges added to rent.  Please call for details.

    Pioneer Woods

    Lamppost Lane, Lancaster

     

    1-717-464-2701

     

    464-0875 (Fax)

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Must be declawed

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Under 30 lbs

    Breed restrictions

    $300 additional deposit.  Additional monthly charges added to rent.  Please call for details Must sign pet agreement.

    Quail Run Apartments

    1430 Passey Lane,

    Lancaster

    1-717-394-3371

     

    392-8707 (Fax)

    Yes Yes Please call for details on weight restrictions and fees.

    Roseville House Apartments

    401 Eden Road, Lancaster

     

    1-717-569-2532

     

    Yes

     

    No

    $200 non-refundable deposit. Additional charges added to rent.

    St. Peter Apartments

    400 Union Street, Columbia

    1-717-684-7607 Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered and declawed

    Yes

    Small Dog

    Under 15 inches

    Must be spayed/neutered

    $300 Pet Deposit Housing For Seniors, Disabled and Handicapped

    Income Restrictions Apply

    School Court Apartments

    Denver

    Kathleen@BFProperty.com

     

    1-717-293-9300

     

    Toll Free

    1-877-616-1507

    Yes

    Must be declawed

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Yes

    Under 25 lbs

    Deposits and monthly fees based on number and species.  Please contact for further information.

    Sunnybrook Townhouses

    501 Knollwood Dr, Lancaster

    1-717-394-8239 Yes

    Must be declawed

    Must be spayed/neutered

    No $200 non-refundable deposit.

    Additional monthly charges added to rent.

    Cats must be kept indoors as per Manheim Township Regulations
    Town & Country Apartments East

    77 Foal Court, Lancaster

    1-717-397-0331 Yes No $300 nonrefundable deposit per cat.  Additional monthly charges added to rent.
    Town & Country Apartments West

    190 Colonial Crest Drive, Lancaster

    www.townandcountryapts.com

    1-717-393-3929 Yes No $300 nonrefundable deposit per cat.  Additional monthly charges added to rent.

    Trinity House

    400 Mill Street, Columbia

    1-717-684-7181 Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered and declawed

    Yes

    Small Dog

    Under 15 inches

    Must be spayed/neutered

    $300 Pet Deposit Housing For Seniors, Disabled and Handicapped

    Income Restrictions Apply

    Village Green Apartments

    4 Kimberton,

    Elizabethtown

    www.Natlprop.com

    1-717-367-4769

     

    367-0865 (Fax)

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Must be declawed

    Yes

    Under 25 lbs

    Refundable Pet deposit required.

    Additional monthly charge added to rent

    Village of Olde Hickory

    725 Olde Hickory Road, Lancaster

     

    1-717-569-3231

     

    569-6773 (Fax)

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Must be declawed

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Under 30 lbs

    $300 pet deposit

    Additional monthly charge added to rent.

    Strict pet policy.  Animals must be 1 year or older.

    Must sign pet agreement

    Villages of Lancaster Green

    1633 A Judie Lane, Lancaster

    1-717-397-4777 Yes Yes

    Under 35 lbs

    Breed restrictions

    $100 one time pet fee

    Additional monthly charge added to rent.

    Village of Rivermoor

    379 Rivermoor Dr,

    Marietta

     

    www.villageofrivermoor.com

     

     

    1-717-426-1186

     

    426-2492 (Fax)

     

     

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Must be declawed

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Breed Restrictions

    Non-refundable deposit based on weight.  Please call for more details

     

     

    Additional monthly charge added to rent.

     

     

    Must be 1 year of age.

    No exotics

    No rodents

    No reptiles

    Birds allowed

    Allows dogs over 40 lbs

    Whistlestop View Apartments

    214 N. Market Street

    Elizabethtown

    1-717-361-6273 Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered and declawed

    Yes

    Small Dogs

    Must be spayed/neutered

    $200 deposit.

    Additional monthly charge added to rent.

    55 + Community

    Income Restrictions

    Willow Woods Apartments

    94 Willow Valley Dr, Lancaster

     

    1-717-464-2769

     

    Yes

     

    No

     

    $200 non-refundable deposit.  Additional monthly charge per animal.

    Wilshire Hills Apartments

    100 Wellington Rd, Lancaster

    1-717-392-1831 Yes

    Must be declawed

    No $200 deposit

    Additional monthly charges added to rent.

    Indoor only

    Must sign pet lease addendum

    Windsor Court Townhouses

    1831 Hidden Lane, Lancaster

    www.rpmanagementic.com

    1-717-392-5801

     

    392-1227 (Fax)

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Must be declawed

    Yes

    Must be spayed/neutered

    Under 25 lbs

    Non-refundable pet deposit is equal to ½ months rent

    Additional monthly charges added to rent.

    Hints When finding a Rental with a pet

    In the process of searching for pet friendly rental accommodation the following hints will be useful.

    • Raise the subject of pets in person with the owner/manager if possible. Presenting information about yourself and your pet in a face-to-face meeting will have a better impact than if it is raised over the telephone.
    • Prepare and have handy a complete résumé on your pet which includes all medical records, obedience school certificates and written references from past landlords, neighbors, obedience schools and veterinarians.
    • Offer to sign a pet agreement to clearly define behavior appropriate to the rental premises.
    • Encourage the owner/manager to meet your well-groomed, well-behaved pet to demonstrate it is responsibly cared for and obedient.

    DEMONSTRATING YOU ARE A RESPONSIBLE PET OWNER

    Your Pet’s Details
    Create a résumé for you and your pet(s) which includes documents as proof of spay/neuter surgery, current medical records including vaccinations and proof of regular veterinary visits and any obedience school documents

    References
    Include in the résumé written references from previous landlords, neighbors, obedience class instructors and veterinarians.

    Pet Agreement
    Offer to jointly develop and sign a pet agreement with your landlord which covers all likely situations which may arise and actions to be taken in the event that problems or issues arise with your pet.

    Meeting
    Offer to bring your pet to meet the property owner/manager to demonstrate it is well behaved and cared-for.

    Further demonstrate you are a responsible pet owner by explaining that:

    • you provide appropriate levels of exercise and attention to your pet at all times;
    • you do not let your pet roam the streets;
    • you make suitable arrangements to care for your pet if you are away on business or vacations;
    • you always keep control of your dog in public places, and you hygienically clean up after your pet at all times

    A résumé on your pet will not only provide the owner/manager with all relevant information about your pet, it will also clearly demonstrate you are a responsible pet owner.

    Information you include should cover:

    • a physical description of your pet ­ name, age and physical appearance;
    • details of any training your pet has received;
    • a description of your exercise regime with your pet (if applicable) covering the number of times you exercise your pet, the usual location and the usual duration of each outing; and
    • details on the health and grooming of your pet, covering issues such as neutering, vaccination record and how frequently you groom it.

    In addition, mention anything about your pet’s age, activity level or traits which help reinforce that it is a ‘good tenant’.When the above information is provided with references attached, you will be ensuring the owner/manager makes their decision with the benefit of a full description of your pet and its habits, and in the knowledge that you are a responsible pet owner.

  • Humane League Myths

    Myth #1

    The Humane League of Lancaster County is a taxpayer supported Lancaster County agency.

    FACT: The Humane League of Lancaster County is a completely independent private nonprofit organization and does not receive funding from Lancaster County or the State of Pennsylvania.

    Myth #2

    All Humane Societies are subsidiaries of the Humane Society of the United States.

    FACT: The Humane League of Lancaster County is completely independent and does not receive funding from any national organization, nor do we necessarily maintain the same policies or philosophies.

    Myth #3

    The Humane League of Lancaster County is a United Way agency.

    FACT: The Humane League of Lancaster County is completely independent and is not a United Way agency, however The Humane League of Lancaster County is eligible to receive contributions through the United Way Donor Choice Program.

    Myth #4

    The Humane League of Lancaster County is financially secure and does not need your support.

    FACT: The Humane League of Lancaster County has experienced a severe increase in the number of homeless animals received as well as increased requests for our services. These changes have severely impacted our bottom line particularly because we are still dedicated to providing the highest quality care and services possible for our animals. Now more than ever The Humane League of Lancaster County is in need of financial donations which will enable us to continue providing high quality services to the people and animals of Lancaster County.

    We rely mainly on YOU for our support and continued service to this community.

  • Directions

    “”If you have found a stray dog, cat, or other domesticated animal please read carefully“”

    If the animal is injured or appears sick please contact Pet Emergency Treatment Services (PETS) at (717) 295-7387

    or the Organization for the Responsible Care of Animals (ORCA) at (717) 397-8922.

    As of January 1, 2009, the Humane League of Lancaster County can no longer accept stray cats or stray dogs from the townships and boroughs listed below.  If you have found a stray in one of these areas, please contact the appropriate number for animal control services.

    If you have found a stray cat or dog in Lancaster County that was found in a township or borough that is not listed in the table below, please bring the animal to the Humane League during stray dog and cat admission hours. (Hours and driving directions appear below.)

      The Humane League cannot accept stray cats or dogs from the following areas:

    Location Name of Contact Contact Number
    Bart Twp Township Office (717) 786-2877
    Colerain Twp Call Dog Warden or State Police Travis Hess (717) 625-0057 or Dick Hess (717) 392-2692
    Conoy Twp Township office or Dog Officer Deven More (717) 278-8542 (717) 367-4927 or (717) 367-4991
    Drumore Twp Township Office (717) 548-2660
    East Drumore Twp Dog Warden Travis Hess (717) 625-0057 or Dick Hess (717) 392-2692
    Ephrata Boro Ephrata Police
    Ephrata Twp Ephrata Police
    Fulton Twp Township Office (717) 548-3514
    Leacock Twp Township Office, ask for Frank Howe (717) 768-8585
    Little Britain Twp Township office (717) 529-2373 ext. 1
    New Providence Twp Unknown Unknown
    Parkesburg Boro Boro Office (610) 857-2616 or (610) 857-3535
    Providence Twp Township Office (717) 786-7596
    Rapho Twp Township Office (717) 665-3827
    Sadsbury Twp Township Office (610) 593-6796
    Salisbury Twp Dog Warden Travis Hess (717) 625-0057 or Dick Hess (717) 392-2692
    Washington Boro Boro Office (717) 653-2046

    Shelter Hours  

    Day
    Shelter Hours
    Stray Dog and Cat Admission Hours**
    Monday
    12-6PM
    9AM-6PM
    Tuesday
    12-7PM
    9AM-7PM
    Wednesday
    CLOSED
    9AM-4PM
    Thursday
    12-7PM
    9AM-7PM
    Friday
    12-5PM

    9AM-5PM

    Saturday and Sunday
    10AM-5PM
    9AM-5PM

    Directions to Shelter

    The Humane League of Lancaster is easily accessible and is located just east of Lancaster City on Route 30.

    Humane League of Lancaster County
    2195 Lincoln Hwy. East
    Lancaster, PA 17602
    www.humaneleague.com
    (717) 393-6551

    From York and Points West: Take Route 30 East toward Lancaster.  Continue East on Route 30 past the exit for Park City Mall.  Take the Lincoln Highway exit and make a Left at the traffic light in front of the WalMart.  You will now be continuing East on Route 30, which is Lincoln Highway.  Continue East past the K-Mart shopping center on your Right.  After you pass the WaWa gas station on your Right, you will continue straight through one more traffic light and pass Superior Homes (a mobile home manufacturer) on your Left.  The Humane League of Lancaster County will be on the Left, immediately after Gish’s Furniture Store.  If you hit the traffic light at the entrance to the Tanger outlets, you have gone too far.

    From Ephrata, Reading, and Points Northeast: Take Route 222 South toward Lancaster.  Stay in the Left hand lane to pick up Route 30 East headed towards Philadelphia.  Merge onto Route 30 East and continue straight. Take the Lincoln Highway exit and make a Left at the traffic light in front of the WalMart.  You will now be continuing East on Route 30, which is Lincoln Highway.  Continue East past the K-Mart shopping center on your Right.  After you pass the WaWa gas station on your Right, you will continue straight through one more traffic light and pass Superior Homes (a mobile home manufacturer) on your Left.  The Humane League of Lancaster County will be on the Left, immediately after Gish’s Furniture Store.  If you hit the traffic light at the entrance to the Tanger outlets, you have gone too far.

    From Elizabethtown, Hershey, and Harrisburg: Follow Route 283 East toward Lancaster.  Stay in the left hand lane to merge onto Route 30 East toward Philadelphia.  Continue East on Route 30.  Take the Lincoln Highway exit and make a Left at the traffic light in front of the WalMart.  You will now be continuing East on Route 30, which is Lincoln Highway.  Continue East past the K-Mart shopping center on your Right.  After you pass the WaWa gas station on your Right, you will continue straight through one more traffic light and pass Superior Homes (a mobile home manufacturer) on your Left.  The Humane League of Lancaster County will be on the Left, immediately after Gish’s Furniture Store.  If you hit the traffic light at the entrance to the Tanger outlets, you have gone too far.

    From Quarryville and Points South: Take Rt 272 or Rt 222 North toward Lancaster City.   At the Kendig Square Shopping Center in Willow St, those traveling on Rt 222 will turn Right and continue into Lancaster City; those traveling on Rt 272 will continue straight into Lancaster City.

    Route 222 becomes Queen St.  At the Square in lancaster City, turn Right onto King St.  Follow King St out of Lancaster City.  King St will become Lincoln Highway, also known as Route 30.  Continue straight past the Wal Mart on your Right.  After you pass the WaWa gas station on your Right, you will continue straight through one more traffic light and pass Superior Homes (a mobile home manufacturer) on your Left.  The Humane League of Lancaster County will be on the Left, immediately after Gish’s Furniture Store.  If you hit the traffic light at the entrance to the Tanger outlets, you have gone too far.

    From Chester County and Points East: Take Route 30 West toward Lancaster.  As you enter the Lancaster area, you will pass the Rockvale Outlets on your Right hand side.  Continue straight on Route 30 West, also known as Lincoln Highway. You will come to a traffic light at the entrance to the Tanger outlets (on your Left) and a Sonic Restaurant (on your Right).  Continue Straight though this traffic light.  Get into the right hand lane.  The Humane League of Lancaster is almost immediately after this light on the Right hand side.  If you come to Superior Homes (a mobile home manufacturer), you have gone too far.

     

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