Caesar the No Drama Llama at Salem Transit Center
Apr
25
3:00 PM15:00

Caesar the No Drama Llama at Salem Transit Center

Get on Board Day is the new national awareness and advocacy day that encourages people to support public transportation and showcases the benefits it brings to communities.

Sponsored by the American Public Transportation Association, Get on Board Day is April 25. This coincides with congressional spring break, which is when elected officials are back in their districts. We're celebrating at the Downtown Transit Center from 3 to 5 p.m. with giveaways and an appearance by Caesar the No Drama Llama!

https://www.cherriots.org/news/get-on-board-with-cherriots/

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Barking BINGO to benefit Humane Society of the Ochocos
Apr
25
6:00 PM18:00

Barking BINGO to benefit Humane Society of the Ochocos

Join us for some family-friendly fun this and EVERY THURSDAY for a great way to raise a little money for our community’s animals …and a little for yourself if you’re lucky.  Hosted by Crooked River Brewing EVERY THURSDAY 6p-8p.   Games are $1/round of play.  Cards don’t carry over.  Last game of Blackout is $2/card.

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Volunteer Orientation at Cat Adoption Team
Apr
27
9:30 AM09:30

Volunteer Orientation at Cat Adoption Team

(503) 925-8903 |  contactus@catadoptionteam.org

Interested in volunteering your time, skills, and talents to help cats and kittens? Attend a Volunteer Orientation at our Sherwood Shelter to learn more! This session lasts approximately 90 minutes and includes information about the wide variety of volunteer opportunities CAT has to offer.

You do not need to RSVP. A link to the volunteer application will be provided at orientation. Parking available in the shelter parking lot; ample street parking also available.

Children must be at least 12 years old to volunteer; volunteers under 16 years old must volunteer alongside a parent/guardian during every shift.

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Toast for Tails
Apr
27
10:00 AM10:00

Toast for Tails

  • 1850 2nd Street Columbia City, OR, 97018 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join us in celebration for our donors and their tremendous impact on their lives of animals in Columbia County . Raise a toast and enjoy breakfast while learning about how your donations help animals in our area. Bring an appetite, a friend, and your generous donation. https://www.facebook.com/events/1106808236157372/

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Apr
27
to Apr 28

Earth Day Events at Green Dog Pet Supply

Don't miss out Earth Day events! As a store founded on sustainability, Earth Day is like our Christmas! To not conflict with Easter, our Earth Day events will be on the last weekend in April. Saturday the 27th join us from 10-6 for our Big Earth Day Sale! Take 15% off of all regularly priced items that aren't pet food (their regular meals). If you bring in clean, gently used pet supplies to donate to local rescues, you can increase your savings to 20%! (No clothing please besides coats, No damaged products).
Buy tickets for our big raffle - lots of great prizes for pets and humans alike! Proceeds will go to Bark to help protect Mt Hood National Forest.
Sunday April 28th - join us for our 3rd annual 5K Fun Run in partnership with Foot Traffic. Meet at 10am at the Beaumont Foot Traffic, ends at Green Dog. $10 voluntary donation to Bark gets you 6 free raffle tickets! Walk or Run. Free frozen Treat for all dogs that participate! Find details at https://www.facebook.com/events/2311577568906275/

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Apr
28
2:00 PM14:00

Problem Pooch Class at OHS

Feeling frustrated with your canine companion? Join us at Problem Pooch for expert advice on common behavior concerns. We can help with potty training, home alone issues, multi-pet households, puppy play biting, and more! This class is perfect for first-time dog owners or those with newly-adopted dogs. Bring your questions but please leave your pets at home. $5 - $25 choose what you pay. Details and registration at https://www.oregonhumane.org/event/problem-pooch/

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Paint Your Pet Sunday
Apr
28
3:00 PM15:00

Paint Your Pet Sunday

Show some love for your furry best friends, and help out animals in need at the same time!
Email a photo of your pet to vancouverartspace@gmail.com The photo will be then be transferred on to a 12x12 or 11x14 canvas and will be ready for you to paint when you come in.
The price of the event includes transfer, canvas, paint, and instruction. In addition, 10% of proceeds from all Paint-Your-Pet Sundays will be donated to the Humane Society for Southwest Washington.
As much as we love all animals, due to the limited size of our space (and the coming & going of other individuals who may be allergic) we recommend that you leave your pet at home. Although they will miss you at first, once they see your masterpiece when you come back they'll forgive you for leaving them behind!

https://www.facebook.com/events/579260532574150

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Wet Nose Soiree for DoveLewis
May
3
6:00 PM18:00

Wet Nose Soiree for DoveLewis

Raise a glass to support animals in need at DoveLewis’ biggest night! This one-of-a-kind party features exclusive auction items and special four-legged guests. Join a community of animal lovers for a party you would not want to miss. Proceeds will support our community programs and the critical care we provide to animals around the clock.

https://www.dovelewis.org/community/events/wet-nose-soiree

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May
4
to May 5

Canine Training Camp In Bend

  • 21700 Neff Road Bend, OR, 97701 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

“Flora’s Workshop” is a two day training camp designed to teach behavioral, basic handling, crate games, sit, stays, leash work, trick training and different techniques in getting a happy, engaged, focused and motivated partner in your dog.

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May
4
to May 5

Canine Training Camp In Bend

  • 21700 Neff Road Bend, OR, 97701 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

“Flora’s Workshop” is a two day training camp designed to teach behavioral, basic handling, crate games, sit, stays, leash work, trick training and different techniques in getting a happy, engaged, focused and motivated partner in your dog.

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May
4
10:00 AM10:00

Greyhound Pet Adoption NW at OSU Pet Day Celebration

  • 30th & Washington on the OSU Campus Corvallis, OR (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Oregon State University’s Pet Day Celebration for 2018 is 
slated for Saturday, May 4th from 10AM – 3PM.

This year, Pet Day will be located at 30th & Washington just west of the Merritt Truax Indoor Center on the campus of Oregon State University in Corvallis. As usual, Greyhound Pet Adoption – Northwest will have a booth, along with some greyt adoptable Greyhounds. The event is free, though some activities (pony rides, dog wash) will have a nominal fee. Pet Day is a family-oriented, pet-friendly event where the public can meet and interact with a variety of animal interest groups.  Activities include agility demonstrations, fun run/walk (with or without your pet), games, food, demonstrations, llamas, goats, ponies and dogs, dogs, dogs! 

Last year nearly 3,000 folks attended, so this is a greyt chance to educate folks about the joys of life with a Greyhound, as well as a chance to show off your pooch! Yes, leashed dogs are welcome throughout the grounds, though they are not allowed at the indoor exhibits.

Come celebrate the human-animal bond! 

Free parking is available across the street in the Reser Stadium lot.

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Furball: Caturday Night Fever
May
4
6:00 PM18:00

Furball: Caturday Night Fever

This is a fundraiser for the Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon

Get ready to boogie for the cats!

You can be a part of this fun, 70's-themed event and turn good vibes into fab funding for spaying/neutering feral, stray, and pet cats! This Furball will feature live and silent auctions with art, getaways, awesome items for cats, and more. Of course there will be some dancing under the disco ball and we'll have a special dance performance by The Viscount Dance Studio. So try on your best polyester suit, crank up the Bee Gees on your 8-track player, and get ready for Caturday Night Fever!

Matt Zaffino, Chief Meteorologist at KGW-TV and one of the coolest cats we know, is back as our Emcee. Our Honorary Chair is Russ Rosner, a feral cat caregiver and part of the Sokol Blosser Winery family. We can dig it.

Here's the skinny: the Furball often sells out. Get your seats now! Prices range from $100/ individual ticket to $1,500 for a table for you and 9 friends with special treats!

More details and tickets: feralcats.com/furball

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Sprouts & Sparkles benefit for Animal Aid
May
11
9:00 AM09:00

Sprouts & Sparkles benefit for Animal Aid

Get everything you need for an amazing season of gardening at Animal Aid’s annual plant sale, where you’ll find hundreds of plant starts available for purchase: tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, various flowers, and much more! We’ll also be joined by local artisans Art by Reets, Funky Knits By Georgia, Pawsitively Posh Jewelry, and Sofato Designs with a variety of must-have items for mom and anyone else on your list.

PLANT PREORDERS AVAILABLE! Place your order by March 31 for pick-up at the event.Click here to review the selection of plants available for preorder: https://animalaidpdx.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/2019-Plant-Sale-List.pdf. Please note: Additional plants will be available for sale only at the event, including peppers and a variety of flowers.

https://www.facebook.com/events/337053953588999/

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Volunteer Orientation at Cat Adoption Team
May
11
9:30 AM09:30

Volunteer Orientation at Cat Adoption Team

(503) 925-8903 |  contactus@catadoptionteam.org

Interested in volunteering your time, skills, and talents to help cats and kittens? Attend a Volunteer Orientation at our Sherwood Shelter to learn more! This session lasts approximately 90 minutes and includes information about the wide variety of volunteer opportunities CAT has to offer.

You do not need to RSVP. A link to the volunteer application will be provided at orientation. Parking available in the shelter parking lot; ample street parking also available.

Children must be at least 12 years old to volunteer; volunteers under 16 years old must volunteer alongside a parent/guardian during every shift.

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May
11
11:00 AM11:00

Bottle Baby Kitten Class

As spring approaches, so does kitten season! The Bottle Baby Kitten class at Greenhill will teach participants how to properly care for and feed bottle baby kittens. Bottle baby kittens are unweaned kittens whose mother is not around or able to care for the kittens. These babies will require extra care, including bottle feeding. This class is Saturday, May 11th from 11am-12:30pm. 

The class is free and is open to foster families, Greenhill volunteers and the public. Space is limited and classes fill up fast so registration is required. To register, call 541-689-1503 ext. 114 or 116, or email foster@green-hill.org.

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Cat Yoga Fundraiser for Greenhill Humane
May
12
10:00 AM10:00

Cat Yoga Fundraiser for Greenhill Humane

Calling out to all cat lovers and yoga enthusiasts! Adoptable kitties will roam the cattery as you enjoy a yoga practice accessible for all. Please bring your own mat. Please pre-register- space is limited!

10:00-11:00 am- Yoga class
11:00-11:30 am- Cuddle time with the kitties!

Price: $20. Proceeds go to Greenhill Humane Society.

Register at http://eugeneyoga.us/ under the workshops/series tab or call 541-520-8771

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May
12
12:00 PM12:00

Bunny Spa Day & Ask-The-Rabbit-Experts

  - Who:   Rabbit Advocates, a Portland-area group devoted to the 
welfare of domestic rabbits.

  - What:  We offer free nail trims and light grooming for pet rabbits 
that the public brings to us (donation appreciated).  We provide free 
tips and educational materials on caring for and enjoying house 
rabbits.  Members are available to chat with visitors about adopting 
adorable, lovable rabbits as companion pets to inside homes.  All 
adoptable rabbits are spayed and neutered.

Note: People bringing rabbits for grooming and nail trims should bring 
their own grooming tools if possible. Please try to arrive before 2:30pm 
to ensure pawdicures for everybunn.

- When:   Second Sunday of each month from 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.

- Where:  Tigard PetSmart, 7501 SW Dartmouth,, Tigard, OR 97223, (503) 
684-3234

      - Cost: Free; however, donations are appreciated for bunny spa 
services.  Suggested donation:  $5 nail trim, $5 light grooming (see 
Menu of Services for more options)
  - Info: http://rabbitadvocates.org/volunteer/tigard-outreach/
  - More adoptable rabbits at: http://rabbitadvocates.org/adoptable-rabbits/
      - Find Us on Facebook at: 
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rabbit-Advocates/158162145889?ref=ts .

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Paint Your Pet Sunday
May
12
3:00 PM15:00

Paint Your Pet Sunday

Show some love for your furry best friends, and help out animals in need at the same time!
Email a photo of your pet to vancouverartspace@gmail.com The photo will be then be transferred on to a 12x12 or 11x14 canvas and will be ready for you to paint when you come in.
The price of the event includes transfer, canvas, paint, and instruction. In addition, 10% of proceeds from all Paint-Your-Pet Sundays will be donated to the Humane Society for Southwest Washington.
As much as we love all animals, due to the limited size of our space (and the coming & going of other individuals who may be allergic) we recommend that you leave your pet at home. Although they will miss you at first, once they see your masterpiece when you come back they'll forgive you for leaving them behind!

https://www.facebook.com/events/314393815929228/?event_time_id=314393822595894

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Paint Your Pet Sunday
May
12
3:00 PM15:00

Paint Your Pet Sunday

Show some love for your furry best friends, and help out animals in need at the same time!
Email a photo of your pet to vancouverartspace@gmail.com The photo will be then be transferred on to a 12x12 or 11x14 canvas and will be ready for you to paint when you come in.
The price of the event includes transfer, canvas, paint, and instruction. In addition, 10% of proceeds from all Paint-Your-Pet Sundays will be donated to the Humane Society for Southwest Washington.
As much as we love all animals, due to the limited size of our space (and the coming & going of other individuals who may be allergic) we recommend that you leave your pet at home. Although they will miss you at first, once they see your masterpiece when you come back they'll forgive you for leaving them behind!
Ages 13+

https://www.facebook.com/events/314393822595894

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Food Truck Frenzy at Willamette Humane
May
17
5:00 PM17:00

Food Truck Frenzy at Willamette Humane

Celebrate the change of seasons at our Spring Food Truck Frenzy. It’s happening May 17th from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., courtesy of Paula Fordham and Ryan Fordham at The Fordham Real Estate Group @ RE/MAX Integrity (Paula Fordham, Re/Max Integrity Salem). We'll have pup playgroups, live music, food trucks, adoptable animals, beer, Caesar The No Drama Llama, a magic show (at 6:30 p.m.) and more at this pet-friendly, family-friendly event. And it's all to support the dogs and cats in the shelter.

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May
19
1:30 PM13:30

Dog Gone Camping class at OHS

If you’re thinking about taking your dog on her first camping trip, this people-only workshop is for you! We’ll give you some tips and tricks so you’re prepared to have a successful adventure. This is a great class for first-time dog owners or people who have just adopted a new dog. $5 - $25 choose what you pay. Details and registration at https://www.oregonhumane.org/training/pet-training-classes/workshops/

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Fences For Fido's Central Oregon 5th Anniversary Celebration
May
19
2:00 PM14:00

Fences For Fido's Central Oregon 5th Anniversary Celebration

Northwest-based Fences For Fido has spent ten years building free fenced yards to give freedom and safety to previously chained dogs. Now we’ll celebrate the 5th anniversary of FFF’s Central Oregon chapter, which builds fences around the region.

Join FFF’s volunteers, meet the crew, see the stories of some of their Fido success stories, and celebrate the milestone.

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Paint Your Pet Sunday
May
19
3:00 PM15:00

Paint Your Pet Sunday

Show some love for your furry best friends, and help out animals in need at the same time!
Email a photo of your pet to vancouverartspace@gmail.com The photo will be then be transferred on to a 12x12 or 11x14 canvas and will be ready for you to paint when you come in.
The price of the event includes transfer, canvas, paint, and instruction. In addition, 10% of proceeds from all Paint-Your-Pet Sundays will be donated to the Humane Society for Southwest Washington.
As much as we love all animals, due to the limited size of our space (and the coming & going of other individuals who may be allergic) we recommend that you leave your pet at home. Although they will miss you at first, once they see your masterpiece when you come back they'll forgive you for leaving them behind!

https://www.facebook.com/events/314393819262561

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May
22
6:00 PM18:00

Rose Festival Canine Court

Dogs of all sizes, ages and breeds are invited to put their best paw forward for the 2019 Portland Rose Festival Canine Court. Six dogs will be honored as the official Canine Court, including two lucky dogs being crowned as the King/Queen of the Canine Court. All six dogs will be invited to ride on a float (or walk alongside it) at the Rose Festival Starlight Parade.

If you think your dog has what it takes to be this year’s Canine Court King or Queen, head over to the Canine Court webpage and apply today!

100% of the proceeds from Canine Court application goes directly to the care of all the animals at the Oregon Humane Society.

Registration is $50. Deadline May 12. https://www.oregonhumane.org/get-involved/events/caninecourt/

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Dog Day in May
May
26
10:00 AM10:00

Dog Day in May

Dog Day in May in The Village at Sunriver is a popular event with local and traveling dogs, and their human companions.

Start the day with the 5k Poker Dog Walk/Run at 10am. In addition to getting in some exercise, you’ll be benefiting the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oregon and SW Washington. Afterward, join the canine festivities at the Village starting at 11am. Activities include amateur dog talent contests, Humane Society adoptions, and vendors offering a range of canine products and services.

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Paint Your Pet Sunday
May
26
3:00 PM15:00

Paint Your Pet Sunday

Show some love for your furry best friends, and help out animals in need at the same time!
Email a photo of your pet to vancouverartspace@gmail.com The photo will be then be transferred on to a 12x12 or 11x14 canvas and will be ready for you to paint when you come in.
The price of the event includes transfer, canvas, paint, and instruction. In addition, 10% of proceeds from all Paint-Your-Pet Sundays will be donated to the Humane Society for Southwest Washington.
As much as we love all animals, due to the limited size of our space (and the coming & going of other individuals who may be allergic) we recommend that you leave your pet at home. Although they will miss you at first, once they see your masterpiece when you come back they'll forgive you for leaving them behind!
Ages 13+

https://www.facebook.com/events/314393825929227

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Jun
1
1:30 PM13:30

Total Recall and Loose Leash Walking Workshop at OHS

During this people only presentation, you’ll learn how to teach your dog to come on cue and how to walk on a loose leash. This is a great class for first time dog owners! $5 - $25 choose what you pay. Details and registration at https://www.oregonhumane.org/event/total-recall-and-loose-leash-walking-workshop/

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Portland Starlight Parade
Jun
1
8:30 PM20:30

Portland Starlight Parade

A free annual event through the streets of downtown Portland. Oregon Humane Society’s float will feature the Royal Canine Court. One of our most popular events, the Portland General Electric/SOLVE Starlight Parade offers funky, eclectic fun for everyone. From traditional marching bands and flood-lit floats, to glow-in-the-dark umbrellas and unique hand-built entries, you’ll see the best of Portland’s diverse community groups (and surrounding Northwest region) together in one whimsical pageant. 2019 makes for an exciting Starlight Parade as it celebrates more than 40 years in the city of Portland!

The Starlight Parade continues a longtime festival tradition from the early 1900s, when illuminated floats built on electric trolley cars made their way through the city on trolley tracks. Today, participants light up the night with approximately 100 illuminated entries along a 2.25-mile route. The parade draws more than 325,000 spectators to downtown Portland, and is also broadcast live from 9:00 – 11:00 p.m. on FOX 12. Don’t miss the fun of one of the Rose Festival’s best and brightest traditions!

The Portland General Electric/SOLVE Starlight Parade will begin at 8:30 p.m. on June 1, 2019.

Details at One of our most popular events, the Portland General Electric/SOLVE Starlight Parade offers funky, eclectic fun for everyone. From traditional marching bands and flood-lit floats, to glow-in-the-dark umbrellas and unique hand-built entries, you’ll see the best of Portland’s diverse community groups (and surrounding Northwest region) together in one whimsical pageant. 2019 makes for an exciting Starlight Parade as it celebrates more than 40 years in the city of Portland!

The Starlight Parade continues a longtime festival tradition from the early 1900s, when illuminated floats built on electric trolley cars made their way through the city on trolley tracks. Today, participants light up the night with approximately 100 illuminated entries along a 2.25-mile route. The parade draws more than 325,000 spectators to downtown Portland, and is also broadcast live from 9:00 – 11:00 p.m. on FOX 12. Don’t miss the fun of one of the Rose Festival’s best and brightest traditions!

The Portland General Electric/SOLVE Starlight Parade will begin at 8:30 p.m. on June 1, 2019.

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Volunteer Orientation at Cat Adoption Team
Jun
2
9:30 AM09:30

Volunteer Orientation at Cat Adoption Team

(503) 925-8903 |  contactus@catadoptionteam.org

Interested in volunteering your time, skills, and talents to help cats and kittens? Attend a Volunteer Orientation at our Sherwood Shelter to learn more! This session lasts approximately 90 minutes and includes information about the wide variety of volunteer opportunities CAT has to offer.

You do not need to RSVP. A link to the volunteer application will be provided at orientation. Parking available in the shelter parking lot; ample street parking also available.

Children must be at least 12 years old to volunteer; volunteers under 16 years old must volunteer alongside a parent/guardian during every shift.

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Jun
9
12:00 PM12:00

Bunny Spa Day & Ask-The-Rabbit-Experts

  - Who:   Rabbit Advocates, a Portland-area group devoted to the 
welfare of domestic rabbits.

  - What:  We offer free nail trims and light grooming for pet rabbits 
that the public brings to us (donation appreciated).  We provide free 
tips and educational materials on caring for and enjoying house 
rabbits.  Members are available to chat with visitors about adopting 
adorable, lovable rabbits as companion pets to inside homes.  All 
adoptable rabbits are spayed and neutered.

Note: People bringing rabbits for grooming and nail trims should bring 
their own grooming tools if possible. Please try to arrive before 2:30pm 
to ensure pawdicures for everybunn.

- When:   Second Sunday of each month from 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.

- Where:  Tigard PetSmart, 7501 SW Dartmouth,, Tigard, OR 97223, (503) 
684-3234

      - Cost: Free; however, donations are appreciated for bunny spa 
services.  Suggested donation:  $5 nail trim, $5 light grooming (see 
Menu of Services for more options)
  - Info: http://rabbitadvocates.org/volunteer/tigard-outreach/
  - More adoptable rabbits at: http://rabbitadvocates.org/adoptable-rabbits/
      - Find Us on Facebook at: 
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rabbit-Advocates/158162145889?ref=ts

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Volunteer Orientation at Cat Adoption Team
Jun
15
9:30 AM09:30

Volunteer Orientation at Cat Adoption Team

(503) 925-8903 |  contactus@catadoptionteam.org

Interested in volunteering your time, skills, and talents to help cats and kittens? Attend a Volunteer Orientation at our Sherwood Shelter to learn more! This session lasts approximately 90 minutes and includes information about the wide variety of volunteer opportunities CAT has to offer.

You do not need to RSVP. A link to the volunteer application will be provided at orientation. Parking available in the shelter parking lot; ample street parking also available.

Children must be at least 12 years old to volunteer; volunteers under 16 years old must volunteer alongside a parent/guardian during every shift.

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Jun
22
9:00 AM09:00

Hound Wash Fundraiser

  • 12790 Southeast Bluff Road Sandy, OR, 97055 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This is a benefit for Greyhound Pet Adoption NW.

Does your hound need a spa day? Join us for bathing, ear cleaning, nail trims and an outdoor playdate in a safe fenced area. For complete details visit our events page. Call for an appointment http://gpa-nw.org/event/houndwash-fundraiser/

We also need volunteers to help wash dogs - can you help? email volunteernw@gpa-nw.org

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Jul
14
12:00 PM12:00

Bunny Spa Day & Ask-The-Rabbit-Experts

  - Who:   Rabbit Advocates, a Portland-area group devoted to the 
welfare of domestic rabbits.

  - What:  We offer free nail trims and light grooming for pet rabbits 
that the public brings to us (donation appreciated).  We provide free 
tips and educational materials on caring for and enjoying house 
rabbits.  Members are available to chat with visitors about adopting 
adorable, lovable rabbits as companion pets to inside homes.  All 
adoptable rabbits are spayed and neutered.

Note: People bringing rabbits for grooming and nail trims should bring 
their own grooming tools if possible. Please try to arrive before 2:30pm 
to ensure pawdicures for everybunn.

- When:   Second Sunday of each month from 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.

- Where:  Tigard PetSmart, 7501 SW Dartmouth,, Tigard, OR 97223, (503) 
684-3234

      - Cost: Free; however, donations are appreciated for bunny spa 
services.  Suggested donation:  $5 nail trim, $5 light grooming (see 
Menu of Services for more options)
  - Info: http://rabbitadvocates.org/volunteer/tigard-outreach/
  - More adoptable rabbits at: http://rabbitadvocates.org/adoptable-rabbits/
      - Find Us on Facebook at: 
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rabbit-Advocates/158162145889?ref=ts

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For the Love of Pets Benefit Festival
Jul
20
11:00 AM11:00

For the Love of Pets Benefit Festival

Bring the whole family (two- and four-legged) to enjoy a good time benefiting local shelters and rescues. 

This FREE, dog-friendly community festival is host to an IPA tasting, music, great food and adoptable pets galore. 100% of funds raised at the event are split among local shelters. 

Raffle announcements and giveaways every hour!

Bring product donations (e.g. cat litter, tennis balls, bleach) in exchange for raffle tickets. 

Visit www.FLPBenefit.com for more details!

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Jul
22
to Jul 26

Camp Furry Friends for Ages 9-12


A summer day camp for youth with an interest in pets, volunteerism, or a future career working with animals. Registration required. Go to https://www.hsco.org/camp-furry-friends-2019/

$145.00 per person, $125 each for additional child in immediate family

The program will include:

  • Program Participation

  • Camp T-shirt

  • Activity Book

  • Goodie Bag

  • Supplies

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DoveLewis Open Golf Tournament
Jul
22
11:00 AM11:00

DoveLewis Open Golf Tournament

The DoveLewis Open now supports DoveLewis' Portland Area Canine Therapy Teams (PACTT)! Tee off with us to support a great cause while enjoying a memorable day on one of Oregon's top golf. This scramble tournament, held at The Reserve, will feature unique contests and games with great prizes, and best of all, therapy dogs!

Included with registration:

  • Lunch

  • Player Gifts

  • Free beer during play and Tito’s Handmade Vodka samples!

  • 18 holes of golf on a beautiful course

  • Dinner

  • The chance to win awesome games and prizes

Reserve your foursome today! Team and Player packs now available with registration. Purchase early to save money and skip the line!

https://www.dovelewis.org/community/events/open-golf-tournament

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Oregon Corgi Beach Day event for OHS
Jul
27
10:00 AM10:00

Oregon Corgi Beach Day event for OHS

2019 Oregon Corgi Beach Day - Benefiting the Oregon Humane Society
Beach Day Theme: Corgi Beach Bums
Date: Saturday, July 27,2019
Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: Cannon Beach OR, On the Beach between 1st St and Ecola Creek

Let’s pack up our gear, picnic lunch and of course our Corgis (Purebred or Mix) and head out to Cannon Beach for the day! Nothing says Summer Fun like a mob of Corgis enjoying the Sun, Sand and the Ocean Breeze, while raising money for a good cause!

100% of our Net Proceeds goes to the Oregon Humane Society

Our goal is to raise funds for the Oregon Humane Society so, we encourage a $10 donation to OHS at sign in.

Sign-in at the OHS tent so we can get an official Corgi and Human count and drop off your donation to Oregon Humane Society! Then shop at the merchandise area to get your Corgi gifts, raffle tickets, and/or bid on the silent action items. You can purchase Beach Day merchandise in advance of the event at http://www.portlandcorgi.com/Shop.php

PARKING: Use any PUBLIC or STREET PARKING on the north end of Cannon Beach. (Remember to obey posted parking restrictions.) Cannon Beach is a small coastal town, so plan to spend time looking for Parking.

Agenda: (No Group Photo planned)

• 10:00am Event Opens - Stop by the OHS tent to sign-in and drop off your donation.

• 11:30 am Costume Contest – the audience will select a winner

2019 Categories:
1. Best Beach Bootie
2. Celebrity Impersonations
3. Dynamic Duo - Owner & Corgi Themed
4. Any Thing Goes

• 1:00pm Corgi Races – the fastest stumpy legs around, will your corgi win it? (REGISTER at the OHS booth starting at 11:00am until all 64 racing slots are filled).

• 2:00pm Raffle Drawing - you have to be present to win!

• 2:30 pm Silent Auction Closes - winners announced, you have to be present to win, if someone that out-bid you does not claim the prize, we will move down the list to the next highest bidder.

• 4:00pm Event Closes - pack up and head out for a well-deserved Corgi nap!

FOR SALE:
Various Corgi themed items.
Raffle Tickets - $1.00

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Auction in the Country for HSSW
Jul
27
6:00 PM18:00

Auction in the Country for HSSW

This year's Auction in the Country is July 27, 2019, at Heathen Estate. 

We're taking it back to the country. We are dreaming of a perfect evening under the stars and we want YOU to be there with us. Of course, there'll be dogs to greet you...it wouldn't be an HSSW auction without them. The live auction will be filled with great packages and dreamy destinations. As if this isn't enough, this will all be followed with music and dancing.

Tickets and details at https://hssw.ejoinme.org/MyEvents/AuctionintheCountry2019/tabid/1048131/Default.aspx

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Aug
11
12:00 PM12:00

Bunny Spa Day & Ask-The-Rabbit-Experts

  - Who:   Rabbit Advocates, a Portland-area group devoted to the 
welfare of domestic rabbits.

  - What:  We offer free nail trims and light grooming for pet rabbits 
that the public brings to us (donation appreciated).  We provide free 
tips and educational materials on caring for and enjoying house 
rabbits.  Members are available to chat with visitors about adopting 
adorable, lovable rabbits as companion pets to inside homes.  All 
adoptable rabbits are spayed and neutered.

Note: People bringing rabbits for grooming and nail trims should bring 
their own grooming tools if possible. Please try to arrive before 2:30pm 
to ensure pawdicures for everybunn.

- When:   Second Sunday of each month from 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.

- Where:  Tigard PetSmart, 7501 SW Dartmouth,, Tigard, OR 97223, (503) 
684-3234

      - Cost: Free; however, donations are appreciated for bunny spa 
services.  Suggested donation:  $5 nail trim, $5 light grooming (see 
Menu of Services for more options)
  - Info: http://rabbitadvocates.org/volunteer/tigard-outreach/
  - More adoptable rabbits at: http://rabbitadvocates.org/adoptable-rabbits/
      - Find Us on Facebook at: 
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rabbit-Advocates/158162145889?ref=ts

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The Oregon Bunny Palooza
Sep
1
11:00 AM11:00

The Oregon Bunny Palooza

The Oregon Bunny Palooza by, Rabbit Advocates, is a festival celebrating domestic pet rabbits and the people who love them. We will be at the Oaks Park Dance Pavilion. Enjoy a fun-filled day of activities, education, vendors, a silent auction, and much more! It’s all about the bunnies! Info at http://rabbitadvocates.org/

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Sep
2
to Sep 8

Wild Blue Dog Camp

ALL-INCLUSIVE WEEK OF FUN for you & your dog!

Attend the only nonprofit dog camp in the country, and the only week-long dog camp this side of the Mississippi. Wild Blue Dog Camp truly is Play With A Purpose! Visit https://www.wildbluedogs.org/camp for info and early bird specials!

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Sep
15
12:00 PM12:00

Bunny Spa Day & Ask-The-Rabbit-Experts

  - Who:   Rabbit Advocates, a Portland-area group devoted to the 
welfare of domestic rabbits.

  - What:  We offer free nail trims and light grooming for pet rabbits 
that the public brings to us (donation appreciated).  We provide free 
tips and educational materials on caring for and enjoying house 
rabbits.  Members are available to chat with visitors about adopting 
adorable, lovable rabbits as companion pets to inside homes.  All 
adoptable rabbits are spayed and neutered.

Note: People bringing rabbits for grooming and nail trims should bring 
their own grooming tools if possible. Please try to arrive before 2:30pm 
to ensure pawdicures for everybunn.

- When:   Second Sunday of each month from 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.

- Where:  Tigard PetSmart, 7501 SW Dartmouth,, Tigard, OR 97223, (503) 
684-3234

      - Cost: Free; however, donations are appreciated for bunny spa 
services.  Suggested donation:  $5 nail trim, $5 light grooming (see 
Menu of Services for more options)
  - Info: http://rabbitadvocates.org/volunteer/tigard-outreach/
  - More adoptable rabbits at: http://rabbitadvocates.org/adoptable-rabbits/
      - Find Us on Facebook at: 
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rabbit-Advocates/158162145889?ref=ts

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POP Cats: Cats + Pop + Art Festival
Sep
28
to Sep 29

POP Cats: Cats + Pop + Art Festival

  • Oregon Convention Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Saturday: September 28th, 2019 • 10am to 7pm
Sunday: September 29th, 2019 • 11am to 5pm

POP Cats™ is a fun-packed festival fueled by the spirit of cats, pop, and art! You’ll love the cat playgrounds; artists; music; photo ops; artisans; brands; workshops; influencers; cat adoptions; tattoos; and more! A portion of profits benefits participating cat organizations.

There will be cat playgrounds for kids and adults; cat adoptions; artists; talks; merchandise; personality meet & greet; contests; cat tattoos; music; cat-tails; face painting; live painting; caricatures, Art Workshop for Kids, Art Workshop for Adults, Cat Workshop for Adults, Cat Toy Workshop for Children. Some workshops & meet & greets not included with general admission.

Tickets and information at https://popcats.org/portland-2019/

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Oct
13
12:00 PM12:00

Bunny Spa Day & Ask-The-Rabbit-Experts

  - Who:   Rabbit Advocates, a Portland-area group devoted to the 
welfare of domestic rabbits.

  - What:  We offer free nail trims and light grooming for pet rabbits 
that the public brings to us (donation appreciated).  We provide free 
tips and educational materials on caring for and enjoying house 
rabbits.  Members are available to chat with visitors about adopting 
adorable, lovable rabbits as companion pets to inside homes.  All 
adoptable rabbits are spayed and neutered.

Note: People bringing rabbits for grooming and nail trims should bring 
their own grooming tools if possible. Please try to arrive before 2:30pm 
to ensure pawdicures for everybunn.

- When:   Second Sunday of each month from 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.

- Where:  Tigard PetSmart, 7501 SW Dartmouth,, Tigard, OR 97223, (503) 
684-3234

      - Cost: Free; however, donations are appreciated for bunny spa 
services.  Suggested donation:  $5 nail trim, $5 light grooming (see 
Menu of Services for more options)
  - Info: http://rabbitadvocates.org/volunteer/tigard-outreach/
  - More adoptable rabbits at: http://rabbitadvocates.org/adoptable-rabbits/
      - Find Us on Facebook at: 
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rabbit-Advocates/158162145889?ref=ts

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Oct
19
10:00 AM10:00

Willamette Valley Canine Convention

  • 90 Lawrence Street Eugene, OR, 97401 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Willamette Valley Canine Convention is a place where dog owners and pet professionals, who practice Positive Reinforcement Methods, can gather, network, and learn. Join dozens of local trainers, groomers, kennels, and other pet professionals and hundreds of dog owners, for a day of training, networking, and fun! Admission $10 general and $30 VIP. Dogs welcome on a limited basis in the outside area. See website for details.

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Nov
10
12:00 PM12:00

Bunny Spa Day & Ask-The-Rabbit-Experts

Offered by Rabbit Advocates. We offer free nail trims and light grooming for pet rabbits 
that the public brings to us (donation appreciated).  We provide free 
tips and educational materials on caring for and enjoying house 
rabbits.  Members are available to chat with visitors about adopting 
adorable, lovable rabbits as companion pets to inside homes.  All 
adoptable rabbits are spayed and neutered.

Note: People bringing rabbits for grooming and nail trims should bring 
their own grooming tools if possible. Please try to arrive before 2:30pm 
to ensure pawdicures for everybunn.

Suggested donation is $5 for nail trim and $5 for mini grooming.

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Nov
10
12:00 PM12:00

Bunny Spa Day & Ask-The-Rabbit-Experts

  - Who:   Rabbit Advocates, a Portland-area group devoted to the 
welfare of domestic rabbits.

  - What:  We offer free nail trims and light grooming for pet rabbits 
that the public brings to us (donation appreciated).  We provide free 
tips and educational materials on caring for and enjoying house 
rabbits.  Members are available to chat with visitors about adopting 
adorable, lovable rabbits as companion pets to inside homes.  All 
adoptable rabbits are spayed and neutered.

Note: People bringing rabbits for grooming and nail trims should bring 
their own grooming tools if possible. Please try to arrive before 2:30pm 
to ensure pawdicures for everybunn.

- When:   Second Sunday of each month from 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.

- Where:  Tigard PetSmart, 7501 SW Dartmouth,, Tigard, OR 97223, (503) 
684-3234

      - Cost: Free; however, donations are appreciated for bunny spa 
services.  Suggested donation:  $5 nail trim, $5 light grooming (see 
Menu of Services for more options)
  - Info: http://rabbitadvocates.org/volunteer/tigard-outreach/
  - More adoptable rabbits at: http://rabbitadvocates.org/adoptable-rabbits/
      - Find Us on Facebook at: 
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rabbit-Advocates/158162145889?ref=ts

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Dec
15
12:00 PM12:00

Bunny Spa Day & Ask-The-Rabbit-Experts

  - Who:   Rabbit Advocates, a Portland-area group devoted to the 
welfare of domestic rabbits.

  - What:  We offer free nail trims and light grooming for pet rabbits 
that the public brings to us (donation appreciated).  We provide free 
tips and educational materials on caring for and enjoying house 
rabbits.  Members are available to chat with visitors about adopting 
adorable, lovable rabbits as companion pets to inside homes.  All 
adoptable rabbits are spayed and neutered.

Note: People bringing rabbits for grooming and nail trims should bring 
their own grooming tools if possible. Please try to arrive before 2:30pm 
to ensure pawdicures for everybunn.

- When:   Second Sunday of each month from 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.

- Where:  Tigard PetSmart, 7501 SW Dartmouth,, Tigard, OR 97223, (503) 
684-3234

      - Cost: Free; however, donations are appreciated for bunny spa 
services.  Suggested donation:  $5 nail trim, $5 light grooming (see 
Menu of Services for more options)
  - Info: http://rabbitadvocates.org/volunteer/tigard-outreach/
  - More adoptable rabbits at: http://rabbitadvocates.org/adoptable-rabbits/
      - Find Us on Facebook at: 
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rabbit-Advocates/158162145889?ref=ts

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Downward "Doggie Dash" Yoga for OHS
Apr
20
1:30 PM13:30

Downward "Doggie Dash" Yoga for OHS

Join us Saturday April 20th for our Downward “Doggie Dash” Yoga. All proceeds will go to help the animals at the Oregon Humane Society. We’ll have 2 classes including:

1:30pm - All levels vinyasa with Katy Nicholls
3:00pm - Restorative lounge with Lana Vilches

$30 for one class or $50 for both. If you sign up for 2 classes you’ll be entered to win a FREE 1 HOUR MASSAGE with Jasmine.

The Oregon Humane Society does amazing things for dogs, cats and many other animals. Come on out to support them! You can sign up online right here http://yogaomazing.com/downward-doggie-dash-yoga/

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Apr
20
10:00 AM10:00

Annual Plant and Vegan Bake Sale for House of Dreams

  • 7634 Southeast Morrison Street Portland, OR, 97215 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Plant Sale: We will have indoor and outdoor plants for sale, as well as decorative pots, garden art, and House of Dreams merchandise (including cat toys!).

  • We are currently looking for donations of these items. Please email us at hodplantsale@gmail.com (subject: plant sale) or call 503-262-0763 to donate any plant sale items, or for questions.

Vegan Bake Sale: Our bake sale is held as part of the Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale event.

  • We are currently looking for bakers, so please email Ellie & Tyler at etwaymer@gmail.com if you'd like to donate vegan baked goods. Vegan items should include an ingredient list, and be dairy/milk/butter-free, egg-free, and honey-free.

As always, all proceeds go to support the kitties at House of Dreams. While we happily accept cards, we do make more money for the kitties with cash or checks (no transaction fees)

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Barking BINGO to benefit Humane Society of the Ochocos
Apr
18
6:00 PM18:00

Barking BINGO to benefit Humane Society of the Ochocos

Join us for some family-friendly fun this and EVERY THURSDAY for a great way to raise a little money for our community’s animals …and a little for yourself if you’re lucky.  Hosted by Crooked River Brewing EVERY THURSDAY 6p-8p.   Games are $1/round of play.  Cards don’t carry over.  Last game of Blackout is $2/card.

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Apr
18
10:00 AM10:00

Pet Loss Support Meeting

  • DoveLewis Business Office, Albers Mill Bldg (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The loss of a pet can be one of the most devastating experiences that an individual or family has to face. For many, this is a loss not only of a pet, but of a best friend. DoveLewis realizes that, in our society, each of us is expected to minimize our sorrow for our lost pet. However, feelings linger long after the loss, because our pets shared our lives, dreams, homes, and affections. And because they touched our lives so deeply, they are deserving of our grief.

Grieving for a beloved pet is a very natural, normal, and personal process. The manner and intensity of our reactions to this loss will be different for each person. Our reactions will depend on the circumstances surrounding the death, our depth of attachment to the pet, our personal experiences with grief, and our state of mind when the loss occurs.

https://www.dovelewis.org/community/events/pet-loss-support-meeting-16

There are many resources at DoveLewis to help you grieve the loss of a pet. Learn more about Memorial Art Therapy and Grief Support.

Find additional resources to take home such as Pet Remembrance Journals, Engraved Bricks, and Sympathy Cards to help you memorialize the loss of a pet.

Please Note: This program is designed to help people whose pets have passed away. It is in no way a part of our Lost & Found Pet Database. 
 

Pet Loss Support Monthly Meeting Schedule:

1st Thursday – 12:00 p.m.
2nd Thursday – 7:00 p.m.
3rd Thursday – 10:00 a.m.
3rd Monday – 7:00 p.m.
 

NEW LOCATION

DoveLewis Business Office 
Albers Mill Building
1200 NW Naito Pkwy, Suite 300
Portland, OR 97209

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Apr
15
7:00 PM19:00

Pet Loss Support Group Meeting

  • DoveLewis Business Office, Albers Mill Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The loss of a pet can be one of the most devastating experiences that an individual or family has to face. For many, this is a loss not only of a pet, but of a best friend. DoveLewis realizes that, in our society, each of us is expected to minimize our sorrow for our lost pet. However, feelings linger long after the loss, because our pets shared our lives, dreams, homes, and affections. And because they touched our lives so deeply, they are deserving of our grief.

Grieving for a beloved pet is a very natural, normal, and personal process. The manner and intensity of our reactions to this loss will be different for each person. Our reactions will depend on the circumstances surrounding the death, our depth of attachment to the pet, our personal experiences with grief, and our state of mind when the loss occurs.

There are many resources at DoveLewis to help you grieve the loss of a pet. Learn more about Memorial Art Therapy and Grief Support.

Find additional resources to take home such as Pet Remembrance Journals, Engraved Bricks, and Sympathy Cards to help you memorialize the loss of a pet.

Please Note: This program is designed to help people whose pets have passed away. It is in no way a part of our Lost & Found Pet Database. 
 

Pet Loss Support Monthly Meeting Schedule:

1st Thursday – 12:00 p.m.
2nd Thursday – 7:00 p.m.
3rd Thursday – 10:00 a.m.
3rd Monday – 7:00 p.m.
 

NEW LOCATION

DoveLewis Business Office 
Albers Mill Building
1200 NW Naito Pkwy, Suite 300
Portland, OR 97209

Note: If you are attending an evening session and the front door of our building appears to be locked, please wait a few moments. A DoveLewis volunteer will arrive to assist you and direct you to our office. 

Parking: The Albers Mill parking lot has a limited number of free, two-hour visitor parking spots available. You are welcome to park in one of these marked visitor spot. Street parking is generally available on NW Naito ($2 per hour; free after 7 p.m.), or you may pay to park in one of the non-visitor spots in the lot (Weekdays: $20/hour before 2 p.m., $3/hour after 2 p.m.; Weekends: $3 all day).  
 

https://www.dovelewis.org/community/events/pet-loss-support-meeting-17

Contact Us:

24-Hour Message Line: 503.234.2061
Email: petloss@dovelewis.org

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Paint Your Pet Sunday
Apr
14
2:00 PM14:00

Paint Your Pet Sunday

Show some love for your furry best friends, and help out animals in need at the same time!
Email a photo of your pet to vancouverartspace@gmail.com The photo will be then be transferred on to a 12x12 or 11x14 canvas and will be ready for you to paint when you come in.
The price of the event includes transfer, canvas, paint, and instruction. In addition, 10% of proceeds from all Paint-Your-Pet Sundays will be donated to the Humane Society for Southwest Washington.
As much as we love all animals, due to the limited size of our space (and the coming & going of other individuals who may be allergic) we recommend that you leave your pet at home. Although they will miss you at first, once they see your masterpiece when you come back they'll forgive you for leaving them behind!

https://www.facebook.com/events/579260529240817

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Apr
14
1:30 PM13:30

Dog Park Etiquette Class at OHS

Want to make sure your dog has fun at the dog park? During this workshop, you’ll learn more about dog-to-dog body language and what appropriate play looks like. Bring your questions but please leave your pets at home. $5 - $25 choose what you pay. Get details and register here. https://www.oregonhumane.org/event/dog-park-etiquette-workshop/

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Apr
14
12:00 PM12:00

Bunny Spa Day & Ask-The-Rabbit-Experts

  - Who:   Rabbit Advocates, a Portland-area group devoted to the 
welfare of domestic rabbits.

  - What:  We offer free nail trims and light grooming for pet rabbits 
that the public brings to us (donation appreciated).  We provide free 
tips and educational materials on caring for and enjoying house 
rabbits.  Members are available to chat with visitors about adopting 
adorable, lovable rabbits as companion pets to inside homes.  All 
adoptable rabbits are spayed and neutered.

Note: People bringing rabbits for grooming and nail trims should bring 
their own grooming tools if possible. Please try to arrive before 2:30pm 
to ensure pawdicures for everybunn.

- When:   Second Sunday of each month from 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.

- Where:  Tigard PetSmart, 7501 SW Dartmouth,, Tigard, OR 97223, (503) 
684-3234

      - Cost: Free; however, donations are appreciated for bunny spa 
services.  Suggested donation:  $5 nail trim, $5 light grooming (see 
Menu of Services for more options)
  - Info: http://rabbitadvocates.org/volunteer/tigard-outreach/
  - More adoptable rabbits at: http://rabbitadvocates.org/adoptable-rabbits/
      - Find Us on Facebook at: 
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rabbit-Advocates/158162145889?ref=ts

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Portland Bully Walk
Apr
13
2:00 PM14:00

Portland Bully Walk

Hosted by Portland Pit Bull Parade. Join this free community event to get out and enjoy the company of other humans and dogs while busting stereotypes about so-called bully breeds.

Let's hope those April showers hold off the last weekend of this month so we have a dry bully walk. But remember, we walk rain or shine!!!

Please remember to observe our guidelines that are not meant to exclude anyone but are meant to make each walk a calm, pleasant and safe event for all who participate.

GUIDELINES:

1. NO FACING OFF: Please help your dog(s) greet other dogs with respect by observing simple ‘dog rules’ of meeting. Allow nose sniffing and then the obligatory butt sniffing while remaining calm and attentive yourself. Our dogs sense whether or not we are comfortable with them meeting other dogs so we must not allow meetings with other dogs unless we are comfortable with it. Please do not keep a taut leash while your dog is greeting/meeting other dogs (remember that dog fighters use this method of keeping the leash taut and pulling back while dogs face off in order to get their dogs into a fighting mindset). Please don’t ever assume that someone else wants their dog to meet yours so please be polite and make sure to ask permission before allowing your dog to meet/greet another dog.

2. NO RETRACTABLE LEASHES and please no leashes longer than six feet.

3. RED BANDANNAS FOR ‘DOG SENSITIVE’ DOGS: Dogs known or believed to be anxious when around other dogs are to wear a red bandanna to let others know to respect your dog’s space.
4. ALL DOGS UP TO DATE ON SHOTS/VACCINATIONS. In the interest of good health for all the dogs attending our walks we ask that you do not join us unless your dog is up to date on their shots/vaccinations.

5. PICK UP AFTER YOUR DOG: If you don't have poop bags we have them. Just see one of the advocacy members at the walk to get some.

6. NO SMOKING: We ask all of our bully walkers who smoke to please avoid smoking during the meet-up, the walk and after walk cool down. We make no judgment as to whether or not smoking is acceptable but do not want to promote it either as our walks are a family event. Smoking outside the periphery of where the bully walkers are gathered is perfectly acceptable. Thank you for understanding.

Details at https://www.facebook.com/events/578225572680425/

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WHS Kitten Shower
Apr
13
2:00 PM14:00

WHS Kitten Shower

Help us prepare to care for our tiniest of residents. We'll have kittens, games, snacks, and more at this family-friendly event. There's no fee to attend, but we gratefully accept donations to help us care for the animals. Find out more about the event and the items we're looking for here: https://whs4pets.org/event/kitten-shower/

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Apr
13
10:00 AM10:00

12th Annual Dog Gone Easter Egg Hunt

12th Annual Dog-Gone Easter Egg Hunt for Charity! Proceeds from the event will benefit Feline Friends and Fences for Fido. There will be egg hunts for dogs, an egg hunt for kids, doggie fashion show, vendor and non-profit booths to visit, a snack ‘n bake sale, raffles and more!

Entry is $4 per person, $1 for kids 12 and under and $4 per fashion show entry. Please cash or check only!

We are looking for vendors and sponsors! If you or someone you know may be interested, please email msjmwest@gmail for an application.

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Pet First Aid Workshop with DoveLewis
Apr
13
10:00 AM10:00

Pet First Aid Workshop with DoveLewis

Learn the basics of pet first aid so you’ll always be prepared in an emergency. This free, lecture-style community workshop also features an optional hands-on portion taught by DoveLewis’ professional veterinary staff.  Space is limited to 50 participants and classes do fill quickly.  Pets welcome in spirit only

Register at https://www.dovelewis.org/community/events/pet-first-aid-workshop-april-2019

You will learn how to:

  • prepare a first aid kit

  • obtain vital signs

  • assess breathing and circulation

  • perform CPR

  • address shock

  • handle specific injuries

  • transport injured animals

  • identify possible instances of toxicity

  • respond to allergic reactions

 

*If more than one person will be attending, please register each person separately. Thank you!

 

Visit our blog for more Pet Health Tips.

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Apr
13
to Apr 14

Canine Training Camp In Bend

  • 21700 Neff Road Bend, OR, 97701 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

“Flora’s Workshop” is a two day training camp designed to teach behavioral, basic handling, crate games, sit, stays, leash work, trick training and different techniques in getting a happy, engaged, focused and motivated partner in your dog.

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Barking BINGO to benefit Humane Society of the Ochocos
Apr
11
6:00 PM18:00

Barking BINGO to benefit Humane Society of the Ochocos

Join us for some family-friendly fun this and EVERY THURSDAY for a great way to raise a little money for our community’s animals …and a little for yourself if you’re lucky.  Hosted by Crooked River Brewing EVERY THURSDAY 6p-8p.   Games are $1/round of play.  Cards don’t carry over.  Last game of Blackout is $2/card.

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Kitten Shower at Santiam Brewing for Willamette Humane
Apr
11
5:30 PM17:30

Kitten Shower at Santiam Brewing for Willamette Humane

Kitten season is coming! Help us prepare with a very special Kitten Shower at Santiam Brewing. We'll have small kittens for you to cuddle for a suggested $5 donation. Santiam will donate $1 for every pint poured, too.

This fundraiser helps us prepare to care for all of the tiny ones coming our way, and we hope to see you there!

Here are two special things to know about this event:
* Our kittens are too small to be adopted, so you won't be able to take them home with you.
* Kids are welcome at Santiam, but if you're hoping for a more kid-friendly event with games and prizes and fun things for small people, come to our in-shelter event on April 13th!

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Paint Your Pet Sunday
Apr
7
3:00 PM15:00

Paint Your Pet Sunday

Show some love for your furry best friends, and help out animals in need at the same time!
Email a photo of your pet to vancouverartspace@gmail.com The photo will be then be transferred on to a 12x12 or 11x14 canvas and will be ready for you to paint when you come in.
The price of the event includes transfer, canvas, paint, and instruction. In addition, 10% of proceeds from all Paint-Your-Pet Sundays will be donated to the Humane Society for Southwest Washington.
As much as we love all animals, due to the limited size of our space (and the coming & going of other individuals who may be allergic) we recommend that you leave your pet at home. Although they will miss you at first, once they see your masterpiece when you come back they'll forgive you for leaving them behind! https://www.facebook.com/events/579260522574151/?event_time_id=579260525907484

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Bottle Baby Kitten Classes
Apr
7
2:00 PM14:00

Bottle Baby Kitten Classes

  •   Greenhill Humane Society Education Room (Check in at Front Office) (map)
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Free. Registration is required. Please contact the foster care department to register by calling 541-689-1503 ext. 114 or 116, or email foster@green-hill.org.

 As spring approaches, so does kitten season! The Bottle Baby Kitten class at Greenhill Humane Society will teach participants how to properly care for and feed bottle baby kittens. Classes will be held on Saturday, March 9 and Sunday, April 7 from 11 am to 12:30 pm. 

Bottle baby kittens are unweaned kittens whose mother is not around or able to care for the kittens. These babies will require extra care, including bottle feeding.  

The class is free and is open to foster families, Greenhill volunteers, and the public.  Space is limited and classes fill quickly, so registration is required. To register, call 541-689-1503 ext. 114 or 116, or email foster@green-hill.org.

 

For more information about Greenhill, please visit https://www.green-hill.org/.  

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Craft PAW House Night to benefit Oregon Humane
Apr
7
11:00 AM11:00

Craft PAW House Night to benefit Oregon Humane

Our friends from the Oregon Humane Society are joining us on Sunday, April 7th for a Craft PAW House event to benefit our four-legged friends. All Day $1 from each pour goes to help pets at OHS, and then from 4-7pm we'll have pizza, trivia, and a Oregon Humane Society Doggie Dash raffle for great prizes! https://www.facebook.com/events/773448516368264/

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Volunteer Orientation at Cat Adoption Team
Apr
7
9:30 AM09:30

Volunteer Orientation at Cat Adoption Team

(503) 925-8903 |  contactus@catadoptionteam.org

Interested in volunteering your time, skills, and talents to help cats and kittens? Attend a Volunteer Orientation at our Sherwood Shelter to learn more! This session lasts approximately 90 minutes and includes information about the wide variety of volunteer opportunities CAT has to offer.

You do not need to RSVP. A link to the volunteer application will be provided at orientation. Parking available in the shelter parking lot; ample street parking also available.

Children must be at least 12 years old to volunteer; volunteers under 16 years old must volunteer alongside a parent/guardian during every shift.

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Pop Up Pub
Apr
6
5:00 PM17:00

Pop Up Pub

It's the return of Animal Aid's Pop-Up Pub ! One of our largest fundraisers of the year, this event includes trivia, board games, pizza, salad, garlic knots, beer, wine, and pawesome auction items. Come for the party. Give for the animals!

Tickets are $30 in advance, $40 at the door. Click here to learn more and purchase your ticket today: https://animalaidpdx.org/pup2019

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Apr
6
11:00 AM11:00

Outdoor Greyhound Playdate

Volunteers needed to help us make this a safe and fun playdate – email volunteernw@gpa-nw.org if you can help for a hour or more.

Join us for a playdate with your hounds. Let them run in a safe fenced area. Bring your muzzle. Water will be provided. Entry Fee is $10 per dog. Merchandise may also be available for purchase.

Play Date Rules for Safety

All dogs must wear muzzles in the play area.

All dogs must be accompanied by an adult over 18 in the play area – dogs may not be dropped off and picked up later.

If you need to leave the play area for a short period such as a restroom break, please designate another adult to watch your dog or remove the dog and take them with you.

Senior dogs or shy dogs can play is a smaller fenced area with supervision.

Only greyhounds are allowed in the play area.

Children are allowed in the play area, but must be supervised by an adult over 18 and are the adult’s responsibility – note that a pack of twenty 75 pound dogs running around can knock over most adults and small children might be better outside the fence.

If your dog is scared, anxious or just doesn’t want to play, please remove them from the play area.

Please don’t bring your dog if they are sick or injured.

Water will be provided for dogs – they don’t need to take off their muzzles to drink.

Don’t bring food, treats or toys into the play area – dogs may be resource guarders and not want to share.

Always pick up your dog’s poop – receptacles will be provided.

Keep your leash with you in case you need to quickly grab your dog – don’t hang them on the fence and walk away.

The field is large and you must keep an eye on your dog even if they are far away – avoid using phones and other distractions.

Know your dog’s limitations and when they are ready to leave please take them out of the play area so they don’t get overwhelmed.

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Dog Shelter Puppy Paw-ty
Apr
6
11:00 AM11:00

Dog Shelter Puppy Paw-ty

Marion County Dog Shelter is hosting 1st annual Puppy Shower Paw-ty to raise awareness about the Dog Shelter’s Foster Care program, recruit new foster families, and raise funds to help our foster dogs in need. The Shelter will have a variety of family friendly booths including a children’s fun “dog” game area, a photo booth, name a shelter dog booth, free drawings for dog goodie baskets, free snacks for people and dogs, foster program informational material, and adoptable foster dogs to visit.
In fact we will have 9 puppies ready to meet the public at the event!

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Barking BINGO to benefit Humane Society of the Ochocos
Apr
4
6:00 PM18:00

Barking BINGO to benefit Humane Society of the Ochocos

Join us for some family-friendly fun this and EVERY THURSDAY for a great way to raise a little money for our community’s animals …and a little for yourself if you’re lucky.  Hosted by Crooked River Brewing EVERY THURSDAY 6p-8p.   Games are $1/round of play.  Cards don’t carry over.  Last game of Blackout is $2/card.

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Apr
3
4:30 PM16:30

Yoga & Tasters Series at Crater Lake Spirits Tasting Room

A benefit to raise funds for Mt. Bachelor Avalanche Rescue Dogs. We're teaming up with Crater Lake Spirits Tasting Room for a Winter Yoga & Tasters Series. It combines all your favorites: yoga, cocktails, and a good cause!

$20 per person.

Class will be held at the downtown tasting room - 1024 NW Bond St, Ste 102. Bring your own yoga mat please!

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