ADOPTABLE DOGS

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ADOPTABLE CATS

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ADOPTABLE SMALL & FURRY

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Apply now to adopt a dog or cat.

You can print an application by clicking on the word "dog" or "cat" above. All applications must be submitted in person at the shelter, at 7 E. George St., in Walla Walla.

The regular adoption fees are:

Adoption benefits include:

In 2012 the Blue Mountain Humane Society found homes for 1115 animals:

We are especially pleased that all adopted dogs and cats were spayed or neutered before going to their new homes.

Our commitment not to euthanize in order to make space required us to get creative with the space we have available and to seek new partnerships with other animal welfare groups. With the help of dedicated staff and volunteers we were able to transfer 158 dogs and 221 cats and 7 others to shelters and rescue organizations around the region. Each one of them were eventually adopted!

Taking Care of Your New Found Friends

Fish

You can’t cuddle with them but fish can be soothing and make great pets! These guidelines refer to goldfish and betta fish, not fancy varieties that require elaborate tanks.

Birds

People who enjoy and appreciate birds outdoors often consider buying one as a pet- and they can make great companions.

Dogs

There’s nothing like a dog for companionship, but not all dogs are alike. Temperament, energy level, grooming requirements, and life span vary greatly with breed. A puppy requires more supervision than an older dog. Don’t assume that small dogs are easier.

Cats

Cats regularly surpassed dogs as the most popular pet in America. The following refers to cats that are kept indoors all the time or most of the time.

Pocket Pets

So-called “pocket-pets” include hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, and rats. Rabbits and ferrets also are popular companions.