Waverly's Kennels is organizing a pet fashion show for Sunday, May 4th, at 2:00 PM at 33 East in Williamsport. This event will benefit the SPCAs of Danville and Lycoming County. Tickets are $50 per person and may be purchased at 33 East Restaurant in Williamsport or Waverly Kennels at 227 Market Street in Lewisburg.
Waverly's Promise Pet Fashion Show will feature couture and ready to wear fashions by W Couture. The event will include a three course luncheon with a cash bar, a silent auction, and raffle.
This FUNraising contest is a celebration of our shared love of the animals in our lives.
We will do our best to keep up with the animal entries as they arrive daily by posting them here and on our Facebook Page: Lycoming County SPCA. Visit the Lycoming Mall to see the complete display in all its animal glory! Lycoming County has some loved pets for sure.
There are three ways to vote: (1) Click on the Make a Donation Button on the homepage. Make sure to specify which pet by name and number you are voting for in the "notes" field when you make your donation. (2) Make a donation/vote at the Lycoming Mall. The display is located by the Carousel in Center Court. (3) Cast your votes with the animal's owner. All owners have Pledge Sheets.
Would you like to have fun and raise money to benefit the SPCA?
Then, enter your pet in the 8th Annual Lycoming County SPCA "Pawtraits" Pet Calendar Contest!
ALL animals entered in the contest will appear in the calendar. The top 12 animals will be featured prominently on the cover and one on each month.
Click the PDF Hyperlink below to download the Entry Forms and Rules, or go to our display at the Lycoming Mall for a hardcopy of the forms. The display and voting will run from March 12, 2014 - May 12, 2014. For more information, contact the Lycoming County SPCA at 570-322-4646.
Proceeds from votes, entry fees and calendar sales are used to help sustain our mission which is: To protect all domestic animals by providing shelter, emergency treatment, investigation and prosecution of cruelty or abuse complaints; adoption and counseling; educational programs and humane care throughout Lycoming County.
Sign up now for training classes. Our next puppy class will be April 3 at 5:30 PM, and our adult dog training class will be April 21 at 5:30.
You will need to come the SPCA and show proof of vaccinations including rabies shot, and a current PA dog license. Your check for the class will hold your spot. Sorry, but reservations are not accepted over the phone.
Puppy socialization is for 9 week to 6 month old puppies. You will learn leash manners, no jumping, sit, leave it and settle. Six sessions are $90.00 and if the dog was adopted from the Lycoming County SPCA the cost is just $75. Adult Basic Obedience is $120, but $90 for an adopted dog from the Lycoming County SPCA.
Need fine tuning? Tracy will offer one on one classes for dogs with one behavior that owners find undesirable. (Counter surfing, jumping on people, uncontrollable on leash, etc.) Three, 1/2 hour classes are $40.00. One on one training is available with Tracy Free by appointment.
Questions? Want more information?
Please contact Tracy Free @ (570 )322-4646 or by Email:email@example.com
Our mission is to protect all domestic animals by: providing shelter, emergency treatment, investigation and prosecution of cruelty or abuse complaints; adoption and counseling; education programs; and humane care through Lycoming County.
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The Lycoming County SPCA is the county’s only locally run, full-service shelter and operates entirely on the support of its donors. All contributions to the Lycoming County SPCA remain within our community to provide services such as shelter, emergency treatment, investigation and prosecution of cruelty or abuse complaints; adoption and counseling; education, outreach and humane care. We are not affiliated with any other state or national SPCA or other humane societies.