Lost Pet — BMHS
Blue Mountain Humane Society. 7 East George Street, Walla Walla (509) 525-2452
Actived: Thursday Jan 1, 1970
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Found — BMHS
Posted: (52 years ago) Milton-Freewater. Police (541) 938-5511. 2. Fill out our lost or found pet form. We’ll need as many details as possible as we work to unite owners with their pet. Please fill out the Found Pet Form if you found a pet or the Lost Pet From if you lost a pet. Please send us a few photos as well.
Posted: (52 years ago) How can we help? We seek to end animal overpopulation by offering subsidized spay & neuter for community pets as well as a humane catch/alter/release program for feral cats in our area. We offer dog licensing and animal control. We help local pet owners rehome their pets. We help connect animals in need with people who can foster them until they find their forever homes …and there’s lots more.
Home to Home - BMHS
Posted: (52 years ago) To break it down, Home To Home is a rehoming website for owners who need to surrender their pets, which can include dogs, cats, and other animals. Those needing to rehome pets fill out a brief form, upload a picture, and hit submit. For those seeking a pet, there is a search feature.
Cats - BMHS
Posted: (52 years ago) Working cats are feral or semi-feral cats that are not adoptable as house pets. However, these cats will thrive in suitable indoor/outdoor homes such as barns, warehouses, shops, garages, or vineyard properties. Caretakers need only provide daily food and water, access to protection from the elements, and long-term care.
Dog Licensing — BMHS
Posted: (52 years ago) Your pet’s ID Licensing helps ensure the safe and timely return of your pet should it be lost and provides proof of ownership. About 95 percent of lost animals that wear current identification are reunited with their owners. Register your dog.
Pets for Patriots - BMHS
Posted: (52 years ago) We support Pets for Patriots. BMHS is a proud adoption partner of Pets for Patriots, a charity that operates nationally to save lives by matching adoptable pets with United States veterans and service members.Pets for Patriots work to improve wellness within the military community and promotes the adoption of often-overlooked shelter pets.
Spay & Neuter — BMHS
Posted: (52 years ago) Please note: Subsidized spay/neuter services are currently only available for income-qualified pet owners in Walla Walla, Columbia, and the northern part of Umatilla Counties in adherence to Governor Inslee’s limitations on non-essential travel due to COVID-19. Call us at (509) 525-2452 to schedule your appointment for your pet!
Lost - BMHS
Posted: (52 years ago) Please make an immediate report to the following local authorities. Even if you are not a pet owner, you may find the following contact numbers helpful if you find an animal or experience animal problems in your neighborhood. City or County of Walla Walla. Dispatch (509) 527-1960. College Place. Police (509) 525-7773. Burbank. Dispatch (509 ...
Foster Program — BMHS
Posted: (52 years ago) Foster a pet. Foster families provide temporary special care, compassion, and love that some shelter pets need to become cherished companions for their future adoptive families. Eligible pets include unweaned puppies and kittens, nursing dogs and cats along with their babies, injured animals in recovery, and those needing to work on their ...
Programs — BMHS
Posted: (52 years ago) AniMeals. AniMeals assists senior citizens by providing free basic pet needs such as food, litter, grooming supplies, and occasional veterinary care when required in an effort to remove some common obstacles that can prevent people from keeping their pets.
Working Cat — BMHS
Posted: (52 years ago) How did you hear about the pet you're applying for? (please select all that apply) * Visited the Shelter. BMHS Website. Newspaper. Word of Mouth. Facebook. Instagram. Twitter. Digital Signature * 15. I confirm that I have completed this application truthfully and that I understand the adoption process.
About — BMHS
Posted: (52 years ago) Our vision is to end pet overpopulation and homelessness and to inspire a compassionate community. Blue Mountain Humane Society was founded in 1967 by a group of local residents committed to creating positive outcomes for animals in the Walla Walla Valley. Over the years, the Society has grown and evolved to include a humane, state-of-the-art ...
Turning Crashes Into Pet Food — BMHS
Posted: (52 years ago) Feb 26, 2021 · Every week, Brooke Bouchey, our Outreach Director, teams up with the Blue Mountain Action Council to distribute pet food to more than 1,100 local families. This endeavor began at the beginning of the pandemic as a way to keep families and their …
Last Litter Program — BMHS
Posted: (52 years ago) We are working within our community to reduce pet overpopulation, help prevent unplanned litters, and ensure that every animal has a home. With our Mama’s Last Litter Program, we can offer free spay surgeries for cats and dogs brought to our facility with adoptable litters.
Ways to Give — BMHS
Posted: (52 years ago) Grab a pet plate. To continue to provide a proactive solution to pet overpopulation and homelessness, The Washington Federation of Animal Care and Control Agencies has earmarked revenue from the sale of specialty Spay~Neuter~Adopt license plates for the spay/neuter surgeries of cats, dogs, and rabbits in Washington State.
Foster Application — BMHS
Posted: (52 years ago) I understand that the Blue Mountain Humane Society will provide the necessary supplies to care for my foster animals, including food, formula, litter box, pet carrier, and any medications. Any purchases I make for my foster pet without BMHS approval will be considered a tax-deductible charitable contribution.