Animal Aid of Portland Oregon
Animal Aid is a non-profit, no kill organization helping animals and the people that love them since 1969. Their mission is to reduce animal birth rates and animal suffering through educating the public about spaying and neutering, offering no interest loans to community members who cannot afford veterinary care, and finding permanent homes for abandoned, abused, injured and special needs animals. They house cats in a free-roam shelter in Southwest Portland and dogs in foster homes.
Cat Adoption Team
The Cat Adoption Team, also known as CAT, is one of the few no-kill shelters in
Oregon. CAT's mission is to accept abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens, restore their health and place them in safe, caring, indoor-only homes -- no matter how long it takes.
Delta Society is the leading international resource for the human-animal bond. Delta Society has been the force to validate the important role of animals for people's health and well-being by promoting the results of research to the media and health and human services organizations.
Family Dogs New Life
This is a unique, NO KILL, alternative shelter that specializes in canine adoptions. There are no dog runs or kennels there. Family Dogs New Life offers a warm, home type environment for both canine residents and potential adopters. From the time you enter their cozy lobby until you take your new friend home, you will find adopting a dog from Family Dogs New Life shelter to be a very pleasant and relaxing process.
Golden Bond Rescue
Golden Bond Golden Retriever Rescue is a volunteer
run, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of Golden
Retrievers. Our mission is to find caring adoptive homes for Goldens in need and
to educate the public to prevent the homeless Goldens of the future. Goldens in
need of new homes come from a variety of circumstances. Some come to us due to
compelling family situations such as death, divorce, family illness, relocation
or economic hardship. Other Goldens are released to rescue because of behavior
problems due to lack of exercise and poor understanding of the needs of the
breed. Since our beginnings in 1990 , we have successfully placed over 500
Goldens into new loving families.
Voice mail : 503-892-2897
Mailing address: 14567 SW Teal Blvd, #140, Beaverton, Oregon, 97007
Guide Dogs for the Blind Inc.
Guide Dogs for the Blind is a nonprofit, charitable organization which provides Guide Dogs and training in their use to visually impaired people throughout the United States and Canada.
International K-9 Search & Rescue Services for Missing People and Pets
International K-9 SAR Services provides all aspects of
search and rescue services and consulting on missing people and pets. We
specialize in locating, rescuing, and recovering people and animals anywhere in
the world. When no one else can find them, we can help.
Telephone - 503-618-0947 Mobile - 503-705-0258
Oregon Humane Society
After witnessing the murderous beating of a horse on Front Street, Dr. Thomas Lamb Eliot and a group of prominent Portlanders founded one of the first, privately funded, non-profit animal shelters in the country in 1868.
P.A.W.S. - Pet Adoptions West Side is a nonprofit pet store featuring animals from the
Oregon Humane Society. Located at 1741 Willamette Falls Drive in West Linn. Pet Adoptions West Sides' mission is to place as many homeless pets as possible in loving, caring homes. For more information call 650-0855.
Pets in Need
Pets In Need's (Redwood CA.) mission is to bring a loving, healthy home within paw's reach of every adoptable dog and cat in our community. At the Pets In Need Shelter, no dog or cat suitable for re-homing is ever put to death...no matter how long it takes.
Second Chance Companions
Non-profit pet adoption referral organization serving SW Washington & Oregon and greater Portland who are homeless, or about to be homeless, find deserving homes. We are a no-kill organization entirely staffed by dedicated volunteers.
Southwest Washington Humane Society
Is also known as the Vancouver Humane Society and SPCA, is one of the oldest charitable organizations in Clark County...with roots dating back to 1897!