Bedford County Humane Society - Share your home with a new loved one today!
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Monday - Sunday
1:00pm - 5:00pm
1108 Lutzville Road
Everett, PA 15537
814.623.8968
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We appreciate any help you can provide to our animal friends.
Thank you for your support!

Featured Animals

 

Jaxon
Gender:  M
Age:  1
Breed:  Bulldog mix
Spayed/Neutered:  No
Vaccinations/Shot Dates: 


Jaxon is a strong, muscular dog with a calm personality. He has droopy ears that perk up when he is intrigued by something. He walks well on leash and loves to eat! He enjoys getting outside and going for walks. Paws crossed he can find a new home with people that share his interests and will really treasure him for the great dog he is.


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Carl (cat)
Gender:  M
Age:  1
Breed:  DSH
Spayed/Neutered:  Yes
Vaccinations/Shot Dates:  Current


Carl is another of the awesome cats at the shelter. He is a big, handsome cat that likes to do things his way. He enjoys napping, observing the other cats, and playing with his toys. He's not one for lots of hugging or loving, but he does like being scratched behind the ears and is an overall friendly cat.


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Cayenne
Gender:  M
Age:  3
Breed:  Mixed Breed
Spayed/Neutered:  No
Vaccinations/Shot Dates:  Current


Stunning Cayenne is a friendly young dog with lots of energy. He's small in stature but does have some strength to him. He came to the shelter as a stray so his background with other animals and children is not known. He does appear to get along with some of the other shelter dogs.


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Our Mission

 

The Bedford County Humane Society is dedicated to the prevention of cruelty to all animals of all descriptions capable of suffering.

 

The Humane Society will:
• Establish and maintain a shelter/haven for rescued, abandoned and abused animals of all descriptions and will make every effort to maintain a no-kill philosophy.
• Promote humane care and treatment of all animals needing protection.
• Promote the adoption of rescued, abandoned or abused animals. Promote spay-neuter in order to help alleviate the overpopulation of unwanted pets.
• Promote the extension of humane education to the youth, as well as to the general public.
• Support animal rights legislation.

How Can you Help?

 

Listed below are just a few things that volunteers can do at the shelter:
• Walk and socialize with the dogs
• Bathe/groom dogs
• Spend quality one-on-one time with the animals to help socialize them and teach them tricks! (puppies, kittens & cats too)
• Spend time in the ‘Free Roam’ Cat Room to socialize, help groom or otherwise, just help to make their lives more comfortable during their stay here.

 

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The Bedford County Humane Society is not funded by any government organization and is directed by a sincere group of individuals that represent the values of our members. To help in our efforts, donations are also gretly appreciated. We are a 501(c)3 organization which allows you to use any donation as a tax deduction.

 

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Who is the Bedford County Humane Society?

The Bedford County Humane Society receives no government funding and is not a United Way agency. Instead, the generosity of individual and corporate supporters allows the continued operation and growth of the many programs and services. The BCHS provides services for more than 1000 animals each year.

Bedford County Humane Society - Share your home with a new loved one today!

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