Pennsylvania SPCA Lancaster Center hosts Yappy Howlidays Event, Saturday, December 15 Lancaster Community invited to bring their pets for photos with Santa, all adoptions will be reduced by 50% The Pennsylvania SPCA Lancaster Center will invite community members from Lancaster and the surrounding region to celebrate the holiday season at the Mary K. Dano Animal Shelter on Saturday, December 15, 2018 from 1-4pm during Yappy Howlidays. Community members who would like to have a photo with Santa and their pet are invited to bring an in-kind or monetary donation to the facility. For those who don’t have pets, the PSPCA Lancaster Center will reduce all adoption fees on Saturday by 50%. After taking over operations at the Mary K. Dano Animal Shelter in late August of 2017, the PSPCA has been upholding the city and municipal contracts to accept the city and region’s stray and lost animals, working to reunite them with their families. Additionally, the Lancaster Center’s staff and volunteers have been working hard to find loving homes for the region’s homeless animal population. For nearly a decade, the Pennsylvania SPCA has been protecting animals in Lancaster and the surrounding area through its Humane Law Enforcement department. The PSPCA’s Lancaster Center is the fourth physical facility that the Pennsylvania SPCA operates; their other facilities are located in Philadelphia and Danville.
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What: PSPCA’s Lancaster Center hosts Yappy Howlidays Event
When: Saturday, December 15, 2018 1-4pm
Where: Mary K. Dano Animal Shelter 848 S Prince Street Lancaster, PA 17603
About the Pennsylvania SPCA Since 1867, the Pennsylvania SPCA, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization headquartered at 350 East Erie Avenue, Philadelphia, has been dedicated to preventing animal cruelty and rescuing animals from abuse and neglect. The Pennsylvania SPCA’s lifesaving programs for animals include a low-cost veterinary clinic, low-cost spay and neuter services, pet adoption facilities, and the Pennsylvania SPCA Humane Law Enforcement Department. For more information about adopting, donating or volunteering, please call (215) 426.6300 or visit www.pspca.org.