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Committed to saving the lives of homeless or unwanted domestic animals and seeking permanent adoptive homes for them.

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New Dog Shelter Planned

We Can Build a Better Place

The Problem

Need for our shelter services has risen dramatically in the last three years, from 700 animals in our care to more than 1,500 animals in 2022. The current dog shelter has only 8 kennels. Demand far outweighs our ability to house the dogs that need our help. Last year, we were forced to turn away more than 400 dog owner surrenders. The pace this year is much worse. For the first time we are turning away puppies as well.

What We Need

  • A new, state-of-the-art shelter with 20 kennels to provide comfortable housing for dogs.

  • A large play yard for exercise and fresh air

  • Separate intake and isolation facilities to safeguard animal health.

  • Inviting adoption rooms for that all important meet and greet day.


Behind every dog story is a human story. Please be part of our story. Give generously to this life saving project so we can build a better place to shelter, heal, and re-home the dogs who need us the most.

Thank You to Joan Spratlen, our first Donor at the Howler level, 

Visit all of our cats & dogs on Saturdays between 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. or by appointment.  
Most dog meet & greets are conducted outdoors weather permitting.

360-660-4658 for Cats

   360-660-4661 for Dogs   

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Big Thanks to Our Business Supporters!

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Thanks to 4Legz for their ongoing donation of dog treats for our shelter dogs, as well as packets for our adoption packages.  You can find out more about them at

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Thanks to Dr.Elsey's Cat Litter for their ongoing donation of scoopable cat litter.

See more on their website at


Thanks to Max and Neo for donating collars and leashes periodically, see their great products and read their story at

"Animals are such agreeable friends—they ask no questions; they pass no criticisms."


George Eliot

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