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
    • Shelter Buddies Program

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,  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, Fri, Sat – 10AM-4:30PM

Thurs – 10AM-6:30PM
Sun & Wed – Closed

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3 days ago

Antietam Humane Society Inc

Meet Bentley! Our "Pet of the Week"!

Mr. Bentley is a 1 1/2 year old Schnauzer mix who was adopted from us in June 2018 but recently was returned due to some behavior issues. You see, happy Bentley is always on the look-out and just can't seem to settle down. With this anxiety and tons of pent up energy it has developed into the bad habit of resource guarding. He is searching for a home that can keep him mentally stimulated and work with him on his guarding behaviors. Bentley loves to play fetch, is very treat motivated, house broken and crate trained. He does well with other dogs and cats but would need a home without children. If you think your home may be a good fit for Bentley, stop by to meet him!
Share Bentley to help him find his forever home!
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Meet Bentley! Our Pet of the Week!

Mr. Bentley is a 1 1/2 year old Schnauzer mix who was adopted from us in June 2018 but recently was returned due to some behavior issues. You see, happy Bentley is always on the look-out and just cant seem to settle down. With this anxiety and tons of pent up energy it has developed into the bad habit of resource guarding. He is searching for a home that can keep him mentally stimulated and work with him on his guarding behaviors. Bentley loves to play fetch, is very treat motivated, house broken and crate trained. He does well with other dogs and cats but would need a home without children. If you think your home may be a good fit for Bentley, stop by to meet him!
Share Bentley to help him find his forever home!

 

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I understand schnauzers are good at herding. I wonder if giving him a home with a job would help. Sadly, I have a farm with sheep and goats, but three young kids.

I love him but would be hard for the cats to tone down the Anxiety issues. Sorry. Good luck.

so cute!!!!!! :)

mornin' cutie! You'll find your perfect forever home soon ♥

So this dog needs uber exercise. He needs an outdoor person who likes hikes in any kind of weather.

Jeffrey Miller

Brandon Robinson 😍

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Thank you Friends of Montgomery County Animals, Inc. for taking nine of our cats into their rescue! We can save more lives when shelters and rescue organizations work together and we are so happy FMCA could help us out. ...

 

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I am still waiting for my small dog tiffany!

I am still hunting a small dog

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