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The Lehigh County Humane Society was a pioneer in establishing the humane movement in Pennsylvania. The LCHS resolved to meet once per year to discuss mutual issues and to have experts in child abuse and animal welfare conduct seminars to help solve these pressing problems. From the outset, and to the present day, The LCHS has had an open-door policy. This means that all homeless animals brought to its doors will find sanctuary. Upon entering the shelter, each animal is examined, medicated if necessary, housed and fed. Aggressive efforts are made to find each one of these animals’ new homes. Contact us today for more information!

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|Adoptions|Adoptions|Volunteer Programs|Veterinary Care|Animal Rescue|Adoptions|Animal Rescue|Vaccinations|Lost & Found|Rehabilitation|Pet Therapy|Adoption|Lost|FOUND
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Humane Society of Lehigh County

Animal Shelters, Pet Services, Humane Societies, Animal Removal Services
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Specialties: Strays, Homeless Pets, Orphaned Animals


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My dog got out of our fenced-in yard on a Saturday. We immediately looked for him in the neighborhood AND the shelter, they said he wasn't there! I had trackers go look for him at that same shelter....they said he wasn't there. After an entire week, I received a call from a person looking to adopt a dog from that shelter and said she saw my dog out on the floor to be adopted!!! We went over and sure enough it was him. We had gone there several times looking for our baby and they said he wasn't there. He wasn't there because they had him in an ""overflow house"" with the sick and pregnant dogs! We got him home on Saturday, on Sunday he started coughing and not looking well, it went downhill from there! We took him to the vet who said he has a bad case of kennel cough or worse it could be the super canine flu and turn into pneumonia! My dog is STILL sick! He had to have subcutaneous fluids, antibiotic injections as well as a cough suppressant with codeine in it. Oh, and not to mention the food supplements because he has no desire to eat! Thanks for turning a vibrant healthy dog into a sick, miserable, lethargic mess! He had been at that shelter the entire time, they had him since he escaped from the yard and even though they had our flyer, no one even cared enough to check for my dog! Say what you want, but this is NOT a good shelter! I wish I could adopt EVERY animal in the place and rescue THEM from that place!

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