The Neighborhood Pet Project helps Portland-area pet owners
The Animal Shelter Alliance of Portland (ASAP) recently received a generous grant from the ASPCA® to fund The Neighborhood Pet Project (NPP). The NPP provides extra assistance to cat and pit bull owners in certain Portland neighborhoods.
Cat and pit bull owners who reside in Portland neighborhoods within zip codes 97216, 97220, 97230, and 97233 may qualify to receive FREE spay & neuter surgery for their pets, as well as vaccines, personalized ID tags, crates, help with pet behavior, pet fences, and more, provided by the member organizations of ASAP.
The NPP is working to encourage responsible pet ownership by offering these services to the owners of cats & pit bulls in the Hazelwood/Mill Park neighborhoods—all for FREE, regardless of income! We hope that access to these services will allow pets to stay with their families and not end up in our area shelters.
To learn more about the Neighborhood Pet Project and ASAP, call 1-800-345-SPAY.
Free services will be offered for a limited time so call today to schedule services for your cat or pit bull.
Our Clients and Services
Diesel, a wiggly five-month-old pit bull puppy, became the Neighborhood Pet Project’s (NPP) first client. Owned by Hazelwood resident Brenna Butler, Diesel arrived at the Oregon Humane Society on March 6 to receive a host of free services.
Taking advantage of NPP’s free offerings, Diesel was neutered, received a Bordatella vaccine, a Rabies vaccine, an MCAS license, microchip, flea and worm treatment, a brand new collar and ID tag, and a crate for training.
The Neighborhood Pet Project is made possible by a generous grant from the ASPCA®, enabling members of ASAP to provide these services to our community.