Paws Along The River Humane Society is a non-profit 501 c(3) organization registered in Pennsylvania. A volunteer Board of Directors sets policy and oversees the operations of the shelter. We are not a part of any government agency. Our main source of income comes from our adoptions, donations and fundraisers. We match pets to situations and people, to help in for a more successful adoption. We take time with you to assist in selecting a new family member. We know our pets and give you valuable information to help you make a decision. All pets are spayed and neutered before adoptions are complete. We require a 24 to 48 hour waiting period before taking a pet home. Our "take -a- pet" home for free visit gives potential adopters a chance to view the pet in their home setting. We take care of any medical and behavior concerns during this time. We will work daily to find homes for our homeless pets and will meet with you and your family by special appointment if needed. Stop by and see all the wonderful pets and complete our adoption form in person or online. Read our policies and procedures for a better understanding of how our adoption process works...
Adoptions are easy and fun at Paws Along The River Humane Society.
|Board of Directors
|Sandy Nicholson||Laurie West||Caroline Haslet|
|Lynn Barry||Rick Johnson||Tommy Smith|
|Emma Lobdell||Joe Bees||Jamie Frederick|
|Penny Smith||Sue Allen|
Our Mission and Purpose
To Adopt animals into responsible homes and vigorously promote the importance
of spaying/neutering all pets. To provide shelter and kindness to homeless and abused
animals. To foster humane education and cruelty programs, hoping for a kinder environment
in which to live. We are a private non-profit Humane Society serving Warren County's animals.
We promise a second chance to the homeless animals in need of our service.
Join Paws Along the River Board
Paws Along the River Humane Society would like to inquire about you joining our Board. Below are some links to help you learn about Paws Along The River. Also surf around the web site there is a wealth of good information and we only have referenced a few of the more important things....