The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners heard the results of a Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) audit on Thursday, July 12, 2018. (Redirect to Multnomah County Website)
Multnomah County, Oregon passed a progressive ordinance today to ban traveling displays of wild and exotic animals, safeguarding against potentially inhumane training practices, confinement, or treatment.(Redirect to Multnomah County Website)
It’s important to protect pets from the heat to avoid heatstroke, which can be difficult to treat once it begins, and can be life threatening. Please observe and share the following guidelines and resources for keeping pets cool in hot weather.
Congratulations to our volunteers who were nominated and honored on June 27, 2018 at the Multnomah County Volunteer Awards, including Linda L, Alana V, Ruth F, Jessica H, Alice S, MacKenzie J, and Ray K.
Independence Day can be a frightening time for your pets. Sadly, many pets are lost. To help reunite pets with their owners, Multnomah County Animal Services will waive the board and impound fees for all strays brought to the shelter between June 30 and July 5 if picked up by July 7.
Can you help by donating high quality dog food, with meat as the first ingredient?
Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) was honored by the Multnomah County Commissioners' Outstanding Team Achievement Award as part of the Eagle Creek Fire Emergency Response Team.
A huge thank you to the organizers, volunteers, and many supporters of the Kitten Shower event hosted by Peninsula Odd Fellows on Saturday May 5.
Support softball teams playing in the Pitchin For Pets tournaments on May 19 - 20 to benefit animals at Multnomah County Animal Services.
From April 28-30, adoption fees are reduced by 50% for all animals seven months and older at Multnomah County Animal Services. This means you can adopt a cat, dog, or rabbit for half of the normal adoption fee.