On the calendar, view upcoming training classes, special fundraisers like The WillaMutt Strut, adoption specials, and retail sales.
The Humane-a-TEENs are a self-driven volunteer group of teens at WHS who care about animal welfare, as well as happy, healthy pets.
Humane-a-TEENS typically meet the second and fourth Monday of the month at WHS from 5:30 to 7 pm.
Please bring proof of vaccinations and deworming to first class:=0D=0APlease be sure your puppy has
Postponed one week to begin 10/22 due to weather alerts.
Whether you’ve lost a pet this week or last year, it’s a difficult process to heal, to cope, or even to assume the daily tasks of life. We’re here to help. Willamette Humane Society sponsors Hilda Angell, Pet Loss & Bereavement Counselor on the first Tuesday of each month to offer advice, comfort, and even guidance for ways to heal. We can even help you with the seemingly impossible task of deciding when it’s time to say goodbye.
Visit our free monthly support group for help with:
- Grief related to pet loss or death
- Decisions to surrender or rehome a pet
- End of life decisions and pet quality of life
- Helping children deal with difficulties of pet loss
- Surrendering pets due to pet behavior, health, or finances
- Coping with the stages of grief
Please call 503-804-9330 for questions, or to RSVP for the group meeting.
If you want to volunteer with Willamette Humane Society, the first step is to attend a volunteer orientation. Volunteer orientation sessions are held twice each month. The sessions are held the first Monday and third Thursday of the month (excluding holidays) from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. at Willamette Humane Society. No reservations are required; drop-ins are welcome.
During orientation, individuals are provided an overview of the organization, its history and philosophy, and receive a tour of the facility.
Join us and learn more about the many great volunteer opportunities available with WHS.