Multnomah County Animal Services is proud to be part of a large animal-loving community where all of us work together to care for dogs and cats.
We're happy to announce that the new Multnomah County Animal Services Newsletter has just been released. In case you're not signed up yet, you can view it here.
Our "Pet Photos with Santa" event was a huge success, with more than 50 pets posing with good ole St Nick! Photos were just $10 and all proceeds benefit Multnomah County Animal Services. Photos were printed for people to take home right at the event.
Ralph was our K103 Pet of the Week! He's healing nicely from his dental work and is ready to find a family. His foster mom says he's the cat's meow and that his chubby cheeks are utterly irresistible.
Did you know that Animal Services' extraordinary volunteers produce a photo blog of our shelter's adoptable dogs? It's jam-packed with amazing photos and heart-warming videos. Feel free to bookmark it and share posts with friends to help us get the word out!
Just in time for the holidays, Multnomah County Animal Services will be having a very special "Howl-a-day" adoption event. For the month of December, if you bring in a pet food donation, adoption fees will match the day of the month! So on December 1, pets can be adopted for just $1. On December 2, $2. On December 15, $15...
Willie Nelson was the K103 Pet of the Week today! He's a good ol' dog looking for a soft bed or nice porch to watch the day go by. He's still spritely enough to enjoy gentle daily walks and a good rump scratch from his trusty human companion.
Sweet Mama was the K103 Pet of the Week at K103 today. She's a sweet girl in need of a loving home that will welcome her as part of the family. Some walks around the neighborhood, plenty of cuddle time on the couch, and a low calorie diet sounds like the life for her!
Clara was the K103 Pet of the Week today! She's a beautiful black and white domestic shorthair with emerald-green eyes. She came to the shelter with her three feline friends because her owner was no longer able to take care of them.
Soda Pop came into Multnomah County Animal Services as a stray and it didn't take long for staff and volunteers to notice she seemed to have a vision problem.