Our Mission
The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the Promotion of Humane Treatment for all Animals.

Services We Provide

  • Provide animal adoptions
  • Accept stray or unwanted dogs, cats, and most pocket pets from our service area
  • Reunite pets with their owners
  • Investigate animal cruelty and abuse complaints
  • Provide humane education seminars
  • Sell Franklin County dog licenses
  • Offer Pet Therapy for local retirement communities
  • Rabies vaccination clinics

How Can You Help?

DONATE

The animals rely primarily on private donations for their care!

VOLUNTEER

We rely heavily on our volunteers for socialization of our animals, cleaning,Β  walking…

DONATIONS

Material donations are just as important as monetary ones.

Feel free to contact us with any questions

8513 Lyons Road, Waynesboro, PA 17268
Phone: 717-762-9091
Fax: 717-762-0996
Email: [email protected]

OFFICE HOURS
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat – 10AM-4:30PM
Sun & Wed – Closed

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This sweet, smiling girl is Abby. She is a 2-year-old lab mix who was left in our parking lot after hours on February 5th. Despite her infectious smile, she has not had an easy time since coming here. Shortly after entering the facility, she came down with pneumonia, but thankfully fought it off when a generous volunteer fostered her to recovery. Now, this poor girl has been diagnosed with luxating patella in her back right leg, a very painful injury that causes her kneecap to dislocate. She is scheduled for surgery, but will need an experienced foster home for 2-3 months to recover. If you are able to foster her or would like to donate toward her medical bills, please contact Antietam Humane Society or donate below. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated for this tough pup. ...

This sweet, smiling girl is Abby. She is a 2-year-old lab mix who was left in our parking lot after hours on February 5th. Despite her infectious smile, she has not had an easy time since coming here. Shortly after entering the facility, she came down with pneumonia, but thankfully fought it off when a generous volunteer fostered her to recovery. Now, this poor girl has been diagnosed with luxating patella in her back right leg, a very painful injury that causes her kneecap to dislocate. She is scheduled for surgery, but will need an experienced foster home for 2-3 months to recover. If you are able to foster her or would like to donate toward her medical bills, please contact Antietam Humane Society or donate below. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated for this tough pup.

 

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Susan Ellis?

My heart breaks for her πŸ˜ͺ♥οΈπŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

Mitchell Nadelberg

Awww why would someone just drop her off πŸ˜’πŸΎπŸ’”πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ» prayers for recovery and a forever loving home

Will come out and donate for her so sad!!

Poor baby. I can't believe someone would do that to her.

Prayers for her she is beautiful

Will pray for her

Omg, wish I could have her

Poor sweet baby.. sweet smiling face reminds me of my Winnie who I adopted from there. I would take in her in a heart beat if I could. πŸ’—

April DeShong

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15 hours ago

Antietam Humane Society Inc

These are the cats found and brought to Antietam Humane Society, information will be under the photo ...

 

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Awe hope their family comes looking for them or get adopted quickly!!πŸ’”

Sharing in Waynesboro. These cats were strays that were taken to the Humane Society. Each picture has the location where they were found.

Michal Swope neither of the orange ones are the one you were looking for right?

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Thank you Don and Judy Eakle for the shipment of laundry detergent! ...

 

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You mean Don. Judy is my sister and has a heart of gold

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