Zappos For Good and North Shore Animal League America are teaming up with Multnomah County Animal Services for "Friends on Us Fridays" on November 17, 2017. All adoption fees for pets in the shelter will be waived for adopters. That means Multnomah County residents will only have to pay the license fee to take their forever friend home!
Jolly St. Snip is coming to town! Fix your cat or kitten for FREE the week of December 4-8. Call 1-800-345-SPAY today to schedule a free spay/neuter appointment during this one week only!
License your pet at Multnomah County Animal Services on Saturdays from 8 - 11 am, and get a free rabies vaccine, plus a free exam from Good Neighbor Vet!
Have you considered transitioning your cat indoors but haven’t been able to get started? According to the Humane Society, about two-thirds of cats live indoors either all or almost all of the time. As your vet will support, these indoor felines enjoy freedom from a laundry list of perils - diseases, parasites, automobile traffic, poisoning, our healthy population of urban coyotes, and simply
Multnomah County Animal Services Volunteers Laura H., Alison F., and Sheila T. are busy throughout the year taking professional photos of adoptable pets. We're producing a 2018 wall calendar of their most memorable work that will soon be available for purchase at the shelter. To help us order the right quantity, would you take a short survey to let us know if you're interested in a calendar,
Join our team of humane animal care and customer service professionals, serving the pets and people of Multnomah County. Learn about working for Multnomah County, such as how to apply, work locations, information for veterans, and career paths at multco.us/jobs.
Adoption fees were 50% off for all senior pets six years and older during the "Fall" in Love with a Senior Pet Adoption Special at Multnomah County Animal Services. The special took place from Friday, October 20 to Sunday, October 22 at the Troutdale shelter and other Portland adoption locations.
Thank you to the many people and organizations who came together to respond to the Eagle Creek Fire Emergency, and to serve the people and animals displaced by the blaze.
When a mother cat was trapped to be spayed, but her kittens scattered, Vivian went kitten fishing to humanely trap the kittens to stay with their mother.
We are so appreciative of the many offers to help animals impacted by the fires and evacuations in the Columbia Gorge. The desire to help with this local disaster is clearly very strong.