The Humane Society of Wyoming County, Inc

Serving Wyoming County, Pennsylvania

Present the special ticket to your server, and 15% of your bill (less taxes and gratuities) will go to the    Humane Society of Wyoming County!

The fundraiser is not valid with any other discounts or promotions.)

Tickets will be printed in our upcoming spring newsletter, will be available at the May 5th rabies clinic, are available from members, or can be obtained by calling us at 570-836-4745.

Support a local business, have a great meal with friends and family, and help us earn badly needed funds at the same time.  THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!

Meet our Humane Society officer! (Excerpts from WC Examiner article):


Saturday, May 5, 2018, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon

Department of Agriculture Building, Route 92,  Tunkhannock

Cost is $8 per shot (cash only)

All pets must be leashed or individually caged, and under your control at all times

Please bring you pet's most recent rabies vaccination certificate, if available

The clinic is open to residents from any county

Register at any Sure Save Supermarket and benefit the Humane Society every time you shop!

                       Either mail them to us or drop them at the Dept.of Agriculture Bldg. between 8 and 4

                        They are:  EMT - Endless Mountains Technology

                                     Dr. Paul J. Herbener of Chiropractic & Rehab Associates, P.C.

                                     Hidden Valley Groomers


                                     Tunkhannock Mini Mart

                                     Downtown Deli


                                     Marty's Lake Winola Market

                                     Lake Road Cafe

                                     Centermoreland Deli.  

                                     Avon representative Judy Schappert

              Anyone who wishes to sponsor or maintain a bank, please contact 836-4745 and information will                 gladly be provided.


Darrell Sands, of East Lemon, who has previously worked with the sheriff’s department in Susquehanna County and contributed to other law enforcementagencies, was sworn into his new post on June 13 by President Judge Russell Shurtleff.

His goal is first to educate the community on the proper care and treatment of animals, and if there is a problem or recurring situation that needs attention, Sands said citations can be issued and adjudicated at the magisterial district justice level

To read the full article, click HERE