On January 8th, we received a call that a loose tan and white dog had been seen around a neighborhood in NE Portland for several days and dispatcher Linda Mack asked Officer Cherry to respond to the call.
Ms. Eve Martin knew she was having a heart attack. But instead of calling 9-1-1, she called Animal Services. Although concerned about her health, she was more concerned about Asparagus, her cat.
Multnomah County Animal Services rescues nine Chihuahuas and Dachshunds from residential puppy mill in S.E. Portland home
The young dogs, some with special needs, ready for new homes this Friday
“Amtrak” rolled into the shelter on October 14, 2010 without identification or a microchip. Shortly after coming in, a woman mistakenly identified him as her missing cat, but at the last minute realized he wasn’t her cat after all. So it was back to the station for poor Amtrak.
Phil the cat went missing on April 22, 2010. Days without Phil turned into weeks and after a certain amount of time, his owner, Jeanne, thought she’d never see him again.
It was an incredible week leading up to an incredible day. On the Monday and Tuesday before the event, morning TV hosts Joe V. (Ch. 12) and Drew Carney (Ch. 8) launched our Animal House Adoption (aka Toga) Party in a way only charming, fun-loving TV hosts can.
As a result of their owner’s health declining, several Pomeranians were recently surrendered to our shelter. We currently have five available for adoption.
A lot of interest was recently generated by Freedom, the “Freeway Dog”. As you may recall, she was picked up on Hwy 205 a few weeks ago. Freedom came into the shelter frightened and wary. She was injured and we believe she was struck by a car. As a result, she had to undergo surgery to her hind leg.
Four years after they lost their enormous (160 lbs.) and enormously cuddly 14-year-old Shiloh Shepherd, Rowdy, Annie and Chuck began to think about finding a new family dog.