Humane Police Officer
The CPHS Humane Police Officer investigates claims of animal cruelty or neglect, educates pet owners on proper animal care, and catches stray animals in the community.
Business Development Director
The Business Development Director organizes CPHS’s finances, orders supplies needed for the shelter, and is responsible for administrative tasks like payroll.
Outreach and Development Director
The Outreach and Development Director makes connections with businesses in the area to obtain sponsorship for the CPHS fundraisers and events that fund the operating costs of the shelter.
The Volunteer Coordinator recruits and trains new volunteers to walk dogs and socialize cats, coordinates and staffs events, and assists in the grant writing process to fund shelter programming.
The Shelter Manager oversees the day to day operation of the shelter and consults with veterinarians, trainers, and staff members to determine the best interest of each animal at CPHS.
The Adoption Counselors at CPHS work diligently to place animals in forever homes.
Animal Care Attendants
The Animal Care Attendants at CPHS ensure that each animal in our care has a clean, comfortable place to live, food, water, and any medication they may need.
Paul Lang, President
Lisa Fry, Vice President
Joe Murgo, Treasurer
Shirley Heiberg, Secretary
Mike Wagner, Solicitor
Dr. Kayla Whitfield DVM
Dr. Denise Nickodemus DVM
Paul Davis, Honorary
Dan Lawruk, Honorary
Robert Pennington, Honorary
Board Member Candidate Application
Ensuring the welfare of our community’s unwanted and lost animals is central to what we do. If you would like to join us, please download the Board Member Candidate Application and mail to: ATTN: Shirley Heiberg, Board Secretary 1837 East Pleasant Valley Blvd, Altoona, PA 16602