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Animal Shelters in Oregon by Name   (Page 8 of 11)

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Org # 5240 AdvocacyFosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Miniature Schnauzer Rescue Inc

WHO WE ARE. . . Miniature Schnauzer Rescue, Inc., is a federally registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose primary purpose shall be to act as an adoption agency for Miniature (and occasionally Standard) Schnauzers and schnauzer mixes. We are an incorporated charitable organization made up of 100% volunteers.
3085 S.W. 107th Ave, Portland OR US 97220 Ph:(503)292-6510
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/OR108.html Email: jandlhart1@msn.com
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Org # 4820 Animal ControlPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Multnomah County Animal Control

Multnomah County Animal Services serves the entire city of Portland and all reaches Multnomah County. All stray animals come to the shelter in Troutdale. After a holding period, three days for animals with no ID and 6 days with ID, they are adopted or in many cases, placed with other agencies or programs
1700 Columbia River Highway, Troutdale OR US 97060 Ph:(503)988-7387Fax:(503)988-3002
http://www.co.multnomah.or.us/dbcs/pets/ Email: pets@co.multnomah.or.us
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Org # 5238 FosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Multnomah Irish Setter Association

As originally proposed, the club was formed to foster interest in and promote the purebred Irish Setter and to encourage sportsmanlike competition between Setter owners; as well as to educate the public and owners concerning breed standards, training, breeding, care, exhibition, and field performance. The majority of the membership is Irish Setter owners, though not all, and the membership includes people from Oregon, Washington, and Idaho – people from all walks of life. From the outset, we have endeavored to have activities and programs that would reach most everyone; education about the breed, its strengths and weaknesses; health problems; breeding; field training; special events such as matches and fun trials; and pure fellowship with persons united by a common interest in Irish Setters. To foster such objectives, bi-monthly meetings and various activities are held for members and their guests interested in learning more and doing more with their Redheads.
23918 SE Oak St, Gresham OR US 97030 Ph:(503)625-9883
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/OR68.html Email: clarendonirish@msn.com Email2: OregonSetters@aol.com
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Org # 1239 AdvocacyFosterHomesOtherRescueSpay/NeuterPictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Cats

New Beginnings SPCA

We are a non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible. We are a no-kill organization which means that we only euthanize for humane reasons (severe health reasons). Our animals are never euthanized simply because they are unwanted. We now do adoptions 7 days a week from noon to 5 PM (summer hours until 6PM). We use foster homes in addition to the pets being at our adoption center so they are not caged daily. All of our cats are combo tested plus they are already spayed/neutered and microchiped. Vaccinations will be at least started. All this is included in the adoption fee. A spay/neuter certificate is not needed.
PO Box 1494 1212 SE Stephens, Roseburg OR US 97470 Ph:(541)464-4313
http://newbeginningsspca.com Email: nbspca@newbeginningsspca.com
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Org # 4817 ShelterAnimal ControlPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Newberg Animal Shelter

We are Newberg Animal Control, affiliated with the Newberg Police Department. We serve the City of Newberg, but adopt our pets to qualified families in a wide area.
903 S. Blaine Street, Newberg OR US 97132 Ph:(503)537-1243
http://ci.newberg.or.us/page.asp?id=70 Email: hardind@ci.newberg.or.us
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NW Chow Chow Rescue

Northwest Chow Chow Rescue is a non-profit charity devoted to saving and re-homing chow chows in the Northwest.
, Beaverton OR US 97007 Ph:(503)579-2348
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/OR77.html Email: hannalu@msn.com
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Org # 4832 AdvocacyFosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Oregon Dachshund Rescue

Oregon Dachshund Rescue is a 501c3 registered non-profit organization. Our goal is to provide homes for unwanted, special needs, and abandoned dachshunds. We do not breed or sell dachshunds for profit. We understand there are many that want to offer a home to one of these rescue dachshunds, but there must be guidelines to follow to ensure the safety and future of each rescue. We at ODR save these dogs and place them in a loving and caring environment. We take great pride in matching wonderful dachshunds with wonderful people. We placed 178 dachshunds in 2004 alone.
1631 SE Bybee Blvd., Portland OR US 97202 Ph:(503)234-4100
http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/OR123.html Email: jrangan@teleport.com
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Org # 1469 AdvocacyFosterHomesPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals

The mission of Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals is to improve the living conditions and adoptability of shelter animals. We accomplish our mission by: First, your money will provide local shelters with money for: · Veterinary services · Medications · Grooming services · animal spay and neuter programs By improving the health and appearance of shelter animals we can make them adoptable and prevent them from being destroyed. Second, your money will provide equipment and supplies for services to the local animal shelters: · Daily shelter animal care · Grooming · Foster network · Animal Rescue Lastly, your money will assist local shelters in starting and maintaining an animal spay and neuter public awareness program.
PO Box 1425, Hillsboro OR US 97123 Ph:(503)649-9488
http://www.ofosa.org Email: info@ofosa.org
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Oregon Humane Society

Founded in 1868, OHS is the third oldest humane society in the country and the oldest in the west.
1067 NE Columbia Blvd, Portland OR US 97211 Ph:(503)285-7722Fax:(503)285-0838
http://www.oregonhumane.org
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Org # 3393 AdvocacyFosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Oregon Lab rescue

Oregon Lab Rescue (OLR) is a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to making a significant impact in purebred Labrador Retriever Rescue work. OLR primarily works as a referral service. Our volunteers are committed to providing this needed public service. The Lab Rescue Program is sometimes the last chance to prevent the needless destruction of Labrador Retrievers. The Labradors that pass through the rescue program are usually owner relinquished, strays, or refugees from a pound or shelter. Most of the dogs are young adults to seniors, with few puppies passing through. We strive for a better life for each of our animals and hope that you too will find a place in your heart for that special one.
1934 Wallace Rd NW, Salem OR US 97304 Ph:(503)364-0414Fax:(503)463-4502
http://www.oregonlabrescue.org/index.html Email: info@oregonlabrescue.org
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