OHS News and Blog
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Sunny Days for Uma
My name is Tyler Jeffe, and I work with the Animal Care team at Oregon Humane Society. I spend my days caring for and preparing pets to go home with […]
OHS Assists Multnomah County Animal Services
OHS has a long history of working with Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS), and this month we’ve stepped up our efforts. Animal shelters across the country are experiencing short staffing […]
The Race to Save King Kong
King King arrived at Willamette Humane Society with a desperate plea to save his life. Like many animals that come to a shelter, King Kong arrived in a time of […]
$200,000 Matching Challenge!
Join us in finishing the New Road Ahead Campaign for pets like Sheila. Like many animals, we didn’t know much about Sheila’s history prior to her arrival at Oregon Humane […]
5 Ways You Can Participate in Doggie Dash 2022
This year, there are so many different ways you can participate in Doggie Dash and make a difference for animals. Doggie Dash is so much more than a walk. […]
Volunteering is Self-Care: Q&A with Laura Horon
Helping Animals and Your Soul Love cats, dogs, rabbits or all of the above? Or maybe you have a specialized skill that might come in handy at OHS? That’s […]
Running with the Dogs: David Mishler’s Volunteer Q & A
Getting Those Shelter Dog Wiggles Out, One Step at a Time. Just like people, pets need exercise to keep them healthy and happy. Some animals, especially high-energy dogs, need a lot […]