Our Mission

To promote the well-being of animals and our community through education, care, adoption, and outreach

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The animals rely primarily on private donations for their care!

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

DONATIONS

Material donations are just as important as monetary ones.

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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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Our director spent last evening with WALL Club or Waynesboro Area Lioness Lions Club sharing with them about how far the shelter has come in the past 50 years. The Lioness club generously donated $200 to the shelter as well as pet supplies. Fay can be seen here showing her gratitude for your support of all the homeless animals. We are so grateful for the support of our local community organizations! ... See MoreSee Less

Our director spent last evening with WALL Club or Waynesboro Area Lioness Lions Club sharing with them about how far the shelter has come in the past 50 years. The Lioness club generously donated $200 to the shelter as well as pet supplies. Fay can be seen here showing her gratitude for your support of all the homeless animals. We are so grateful for the support of our local community organizations!

It's officially the month of LOVE, and what better way to celebrate your valentine than with a bottle or two of wine that also helps homeless animals? Join the fundraiser group here www.facebook.com/groups/747625706465304/?ref=share_group_link to learn about all the specials this month or head right over to the shopping link here www.onehopewine.com/event/144183 to browse the collection. Every sale will earn 10% for the shelter. Fundraiser ends February 15th. Happy Sipping!! ... See MoreSee Less

Its officially the month of LOVE, and what better way to celebrate your valentine than with a bottle or two of wine that also helps homeless animals? Join the fundraiser group here https://www.facebook.com/groups/747625706465304/?ref=share_group_link to learn about all the specials this month or head right over to the shopping link here https://www.onehopewine.com/event/144183 to browse the collection. Every sale will earn 10% for the shelter. Fundraiser ends February 15th. Happy Sipping!!

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Let me know if you have any questions or need wine suggestions!!! I’m happy to help!!! πŸ₯‚πŸΎ Link to support ANTIETAM HUMANE SOCIETY INC here: www.onehopewine.com/event/144183

We want to thank everyone for their Chewy donations of dog food, dog treats, cat toys, cat litter, kitten chow, kennel bowls, and stainless steel water buckets. We appreciate all of these donations so much!! Thank you πŸ’œ Thank you 🐾 ... See MoreSee Less

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Dumb question. How I send an order to you? I have to order food.for my furbabies.

I hope some of it is from this Treats game I have been playing. I have 5 dogs on the game now, I hope they get adopted soon!

Thank you so much! ❀️

Meet Sky! 7/8-month-old Australian Shepherd!
This girl loves other dogs and would love a playmate that matches her energy and is patient and tolerant of her. She was born with a mild condition of Cerebellar Hypoplasia. The good news is that cerebellar hypoplasia does not get progressively worse. The condition won't get better over time, either, but some dogs make slight improvements as they adjust and adapt to their symptoms. Sky is happy and full of life and can't wait to be with a permanent family! Apply to adopt this sweet, fun, Aussie today!
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Meet Sky! 7/8-month-old Australian Shepherd!
This girl loves other dogs and would love a playmate that matches her energy and is patient and tolerant of her.  She was born with a mild condition of Cerebellar Hypoplasia. The good news is that cerebellar hypoplasia does not get progressively worse. The condition wont get better over time, either, but some dogs make slight improvements as they adjust and adapt to their symptoms.  Sky is happy and full of life and cant wait to be with a permanent family!  Apply to adopt this sweet, fun, Aussie today!Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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Is she available to meet at the shelter?

She moves around better than I thought! I was expecting to see more slippage, like I see with my 14 y/o sheltie that has learned to try and contain her play and "sheltie circles" to more textured surfaces since her back leg can slip out on smooth floors. I think people seeing this video will definitely help.

I wish I could!

she IS a playful girl. She plays like she don’t even know she has it. Animals are so awesome πŸ’•πŸ€—

Hope she finds a home. So pretty

she's doing great! lv the video of herπŸ’•

Tammie Chute found a friend for Reigna

Lacey Harlacher Please get her.

Jenn Dickey

Grace Dever

Madison Tritle

Ben Robinson

Alex Tibbens

Sarah Black

Aww πŸ₯° sweet breed ..

Sara Campbell

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Calling all adopters! Meet Sky our 7/8-month-old Australian Shepherd CH dog! We answered a call to place this special needs girl in a loving home. CH stands for Cerebellar Hypoplasia. In dogs this is a condition characterized by the inadequate development of the cerebellum. Since the cerebellum is responsible for fine-tuning motor movements, affected pets will be unable to move or even stand still normally. There is no treatment for cerebellar hypoplasia. While these signs are permanent, they typically do not worsen and affected dogs have normal lifespans.
Prior to arriving at our shelter, she was in a foster home and there were other dogs, kids, and cats that lived there. She would do best in a home that has a small, flat, fenced in yard, or if no fence, Sky would need leash walked when outside. Leash walking helps keep her mobile and this will help keep her stable on all fours. We have kept Sky socialized with other dogs and she loves to play! She would do well in a home with a tolerant dog that will help teach her manners. She is still a young pup but she is respectful towards other dogs and will back off from a situation if she is unsure. If you come towards her too fast, she gets scared and will fall flat to the ground. Sky gets bursts of energy, then she will lay down and relax, then has energy again to run around and play! This happy girl also knows "step" and she has learned how to use steps. We ask that she only has a few or no steps in her future home. This can be unsafe for her if she falls down stairs.
She was crate trained in her foster home, but is not fully housebroken. Due to her CH condition, she will need bathed and groomed regularly since she can have accidents on her self or get urine and feces in her fur. Sky takes time, patience, and dedication. Her new home will need to be able to keep working with her as she learns to adapt in her new world. She is spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped. If you think you can provide the care and attention Sky needs, apply to adopt today!
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Calling all adopters! Meet Sky our 7/8-month-old Australian Shepherd CH dog! We answered a call to place this special needs girl in a loving home.  CH stands for Cerebellar Hypoplasia.  In dogs this is a condition characterized by the inadequate development of the cerebellum. Since the cerebellum is responsible for fine-tuning motor movements, affected pets will be unable to move or even stand still normally.  There is no treatment for cerebellar hypoplasia. While these signs are permanent, they typically do not worsen and affected dogs have normal lifespans.
Prior to arriving at our shelter, she was in a foster home and there were other dogs, kids, and cats that lived there.  She would do best in a home that has a small, flat, fenced in yard, or if no fence, Sky would need leash walked when outside.  Leash walking helps keep her mobile and this will help keep her stable on all fours. We have kept Sky socialized with other dogs and she loves to play! She would do well in a home with a tolerant dog that will help teach her manners. She is still a young pup but she is respectful towards other dogs and will back off from a situation if she is unsure.  If you come towards her too fast, she gets scared and will fall flat to the ground. Sky gets bursts of energy, then she will lay down and relax, then has energy again to run around and play! This happy girl also knows step and she has learned how to use steps.  We ask that she only has a few or no steps in her future home.  This can be unsafe for her if she falls down stairs. 
 She was crate trained in her foster home, but is not fully housebroken.  Due to her CH condition, she will need bathed and groomed regularly since she can have accidents on her self or get urine and feces in her fur.  Sky takes time, patience, and dedication.  Her new home will need to be able to keep working with her as she learns to adapt in her new world.  She is spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped.  If you think you can provide the care and attention Sky needs, apply to adopt today!Image attachmentImage attachment+6Image attachment

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This girl was my foster before she came to Antietam. She is wonderful with other dogs but respects them when they don’t want to play. She is kennel trained and pretty quite. I’d love to see updates about her once she’s adopted.

I have a CH kitty. He's the best! I didn't know dogs can have it also . There is something really special about CH animals They are so happy even with their struggles.

You are a beautiful dog,and I want all dogs that need forever homes. Im Sure sure there are folks falling in love with you now. I have 2 Havenese, that are so sweet. We have steps, so we have to carry the older one when she needs to go out. Im praying you find a home soon

I hope she finds the best forever home

There is a dog on Instagram called Fenix I follow who has this issue and he is such a cute sweetie who has the best happy trot! He struggles some but is such a happy dog. To anyone looking to adopt this lovely dog, look him up to see how he is. Life is still just as full as any other dog.

Beautiful dog! Praying that he finds a loving forever home with the right person πŸ™♥οΈπŸ•

Beautiful, I pray she finds a good home with someone who will have patience and take special care of her. β€οΈπŸ™

Sky is gorgeous, very beautiful. Praying she finds a forever loving home, to take special care of her.

Unfortunately I have too many stairs. I already have to carry my Scottie down them.

Such a beautiful little lady

Prayers for Sky πŸ™πŸΌ

She’s so beautiful πŸ₯ΉπŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’• sweet girl

Aw mandy you and .memaw need that sweet pup

Aweeee, such a sweet Lady, what a cuteie pie❀️❀️

She’s just so pretty

She is beautiful.

She’s so pretty!

She’s beautiful!

Samantha Louise- idk if you want an addition to your family but I thought of you ❀️

Sge is beautiful

Danny Bambino gorgeous baby

Look at that face!

Lauren Stone Stormy needs a Sky!!

Omg what a cutie 😍

Sherry Hall Tate you want a Roxie?

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