Sadler and MCAS leaders are focused on addressing systems issues to make services more accessible to the public, reducing how long animals stay at the shelter before finding their people to make their stay less stressful and more humane, and ensuring care provided is at the cutting edge of animal welfare industry standards.
Help Animals by Participating on the Multnomah County Animal Services Community Advisory Committee (CAC)
After a nine-month national recruitment that drew input from community members, county staff and national experts in the field of animal welfare, Wade Sadler was selected as the next director of Multnomah County Animal Services Division. (News from Multco.us)
There is an abundance of adoptable bunnies at MCAS. These gentle animals are curious, sweet, and make excellent pets with the right preparation. See adoptable rabbits. Learn how to keep them happy, healthy, adequately housed, and even litter-box trained.
Friends of Multnomah County Shelter Animals is accepting applications for volunteers to serve as board members on social media, corporate sponsorships, community outreach committees and general positions. Seeking passionate animal-welfare advocates in the community to support MCAS’s efforts. Interested applicants should provide contact information and a brief personal background on animal
A volunteer since 2017, Holly J. is dedicated to helping shelter dogs find the right matches in her role as an Adoption Information Desk Volunteer.
Banfield Pet Hospital and the Banfield Foundation Donate $5,000 to Support Services for Pets and People
Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) is grateful for a recent donation from Banfield Pet Hospital and the Banfield Foundation to support its medical fund for shelter animals – Dolly’s Fund, and its Adoption Outreach Fund.
Draw for your adoption promotion during Hallmark Channel's Kitten Bowl VII Adoption Special Event from January 31 - February 2. You could draw for waived adoption fees, 50% off adoption fees, or 25% off adoption fees for all pets seven months and older.
Our 2020 Calendar of Adopted Pets is the perfect gift to support animals at Multnomah County Animal Services. Available now for only $10 at our Troutdale shelter front counter.
Officer Vicki Havlik is celebrating retirement after twenty-six years as an Animal Control Officer for Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS), a division of the Department of Community Services (DCS).