Doggie Dash is this weekend, and I am asking you to step up today to be part of our lifesaving work.
Simply put, we can’t do this work without your support.
Every day, Oregon Humane Society rises to the challenge to help pets and people in our community – and beyond. This includes helping pets find new homes; providing critical medical care for sick and injured animals; rescuing animals from cruelty and neglect; and helping pets and people stay together.
During the past year, OHS has greatly expanded programs and services - donor support is more important than ever to sustain these critical programs.
Since October, the new Community Veterinary Hospital has distributed close to $200,000 in subsidized care to pet owners in need. The Behavior and Rescue Center is helping traumatized animals get ready for adoption 25% faster. The Animal Crimes Forensic Center is a vital tool for ensuring justice for abused and neglected animals. And OHS’ Salem Campus is serving pets and people in Oregon’s mid-Valley in exciting new ways.
I hope you'll join me and be part of our lifesaving work. Please donate now!
Asher, left, was rescued from neglect by OHS' Humane Law Enforcement team. His owners pled guilty and Asher made a remarkable recovery. He is currently available for adoption.