About

Lawrence County Humane Society

Since 1953, the Lawrence County Humane Society has helped prevent cruelty to animals and provide a safe haven for lost pets and the homeless animals of Lawrence County. They are provided with a comfortable living environment, food, shelter, basic medical evaluations and care, vaccinations, SNAP testing, micro-chipping, spay/neuter procedure and most of all plenty of LOVE. Our staff is dedicated to providing compassionate care to the animals while in their time of need until completing our ultimate goal of placing them into a new forever home.

 

Services To The Community

*If you are looking to bring an animal (cat/dog) to LCHS please call us in advance before bringing the animal in.  Our intake is based on our kennel space at that time.  We do utilize a waiting list for our Cat and Dog room when we are at capacity, please call to check on our availability!  Thank you!*

  • Safe Haven for stray, owned, abandoned and abused animals
  • Return Lost Pets
  • Adoption Program
  • Fund Raising Events
  • Pet Therapy in nursing homes and hospital
  • Education Programs
  • Humane and Cruelty Officer of Lawrence County –Karen Panella (724)698-8122
  • Toll-Free Animal Abuse Hotline (855)870-8081

 

*Please take into consideration we cannot provide veterinary care to your owned pets.  If you are in need of medical care please contact your Veterinarian of choice- in the event of an emergency please contact PVSEC (Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center) (412) 366-3400 located at: 807 Camp Horne Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15237.

 

Hours
Noon – 4:30 P.M. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday
(Closed Wednesday & Sunday)

 

If you would like specific information regarding any animal on our pet list, please call the Humane Society at (724) 654-8520 during our open hours.