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Join Me in Helping Pets!

Amanda Gleason

Amanda Gleason

I began volunteering at the Oregon Humane Society in 2014. In fact, my first day of orientation was exactly one year after Camille died. Kirby and I would love to have a dog, but our full-time and fun-time jobs just don't give us enough time at home to properly take care of a dog. I decided if I can't give my love to just one dog, why not share my love with a bunch of dogs before they go to their furever homes! Almost five years later, it is still just as fun, heartwarming, and rewarding as that first day.

But I want to do more! I signed up for Doggie Dash because they need our help. When I first started supporting the Oregon Humane Society, I didn't realize just how much they did for pets.

Did you know that OHS never puts time limits on how long pets remain at their shelter? What really touches my heart is when two pets go to OHS and are best friends, they stay for as long as it takes to find a loving home together. 

A lot of people don't know that OHS has an onsite hospital. OHS recently cared for an adorable shepherd mix who was hit by a car and received a lifesaving leg surgery. They also provide low-cost spay and neuter programs for the community.

And when it comes to disasters, OHS is also there to help pets. They drove a van down to California and took in cats from areas affected by the Camp Fire, took in animals that were already in shelters before Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Katrina to make room for the animals displaced by the hurricanes, and continually take in animals from shelters in Oregon and California to help find them homes. 

I'm hoping you'll join me in helping pets from all walks of life. Please donate now! 

Thank you so much!

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Nala - A sweet, soft, three year old American Staffordshire Terrier mix. As of 3.12.19, she is still available for adoption. See OHS website for more details.

Greta - An 8 year old German Shepherd Mix that loves a squeaky ball. As of 3.12.19, she is still available for adoption.

Barry O - A one year old American Pit Bull that came to OHS through the Second Chance Program - a program that takes in animals from shelters that may have a high volume of animals and limited space, fewer resources, or fewer visitors.

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Sharon, adopted October or November 2017. Sweet girl, super soft, loved fetching the ball, dropped it when asked, and was polite with treats.

Cptn. Kangaroo, adopted April 2018. A staff favorite. He was so sweet and super soft.

A personal favorite - Winnie, adopted October 2017. She looked so much like Camille, I cried when I saw her and spent as much time as I could with her on this day, which happened to be the four year anniversary of Camille's passing. <3

Sweet Nala, adopted January 2018

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Nobody loves animals more than Amanda and I support her in her loving efforts to help the animals at the Oregon Humane Society
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I came from OHS and found a GREAT home.
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