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Donation for Supplies

Your Donation will allow us to purchase Frontline Plus, Heartgard Plus and Panacur or Drontal Plus Medications.

Each dog that arrives into our rescue group is treated for worms, heartworm tested and given Capstar to kill fleas.

They are then placed on these monthly flea and tick and heartworm preventatives.

This allows us to provide a healthy and parasite free dog to their future Adopters!

These medications are pricey but we feel are absolutely necessary for the proper care of the dogs within our foster homes.

Thank you!

Paws n’Time Canine Rescue will be taking a Hiatus

Effective November 15th, 2015

Due to limited operating funds for veterinarian and medication expenses, our rescue will be on hiatus in order to focus on fundraising. 

We will continue to provide outstanding care of the dogs currently in our rescue until adopted. 

** Click HERE to see who is available for Adoption **

Want to help us get back in action?  Please consider making a Donation!


Need Help?

If you are able to continue to keep your dog until a new home is found

We can assist with placing the animal’s information and picture online as a courtesy post to Petfinder and Adopt-a-Pet.

​Please complete the short online form to Request Help under the Surrender area of our website.

We receive a high number of requests from owners, but aside from limited operating funds, we are a small rescue with limited volunteer foster homes available.

If you need to surrender immediately, please contact your local animal welfare shelter:

Humane League of Lancaster (717) 393-6551

York SPCA (717) 764-6107

Humane Society of Harrisburg (717) 564-3320

Paws n'Time will not be accepting any owner surrenders unless the dog had been adopted through our rescue.

We wish to thank our Community for their understanding while we temporarily suspend our rescue operations in order to prepare in the near future to help more dogs.

From Cage to Couch, One Dog at a Time