Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign

 
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    2014: A Spay Odyssey
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Program Manager
    Feb. 12, 2014: In honor of World Spay Day, the Animal Shelter Alliance of Portland (ASAP) boldly sets out to alter 500 cats in one week. ASAP offers 500 free spay/neuter surgeries the week of February 24 in five locations around the Portland/Vancouver metro area. World Spay Day is an annual occurrence that aims to highlight...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign has received 1 donation
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign has received 1 donation
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign has received 5 donations
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    OHS Rescues Over 100 Endangered Dogs from Breeder
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Program Manager
    OHS rescued more than 100 dogs from a Rainier puppy mill under investigation for animal neglect. The 11-hour rescue operation removed 118 dogs, 21 horses and one cat from the rural property. Many of the dogs were living in their own feces and urine with little shelter from the elements. The dogs were taken to an emergency...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    Dog Trapped in Fish Ladder Saved
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Program Manager
    Late last night, a volunteer rescue team from the Oregon Humane Society assembled to rescue a dog trapped in the fish ladder in Little North Santiam River in Lyons, Oregon. The dog, a pug mix named Jezebel, was swimming in the creek with her family when she was caught in the current and was swept into the...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    Jail time for animal neglect
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Program Manager
    An Estacada woman whose emaciated horses were seized by the Oregon Humane Society has been sentenced to 16 days in jail for animal neglect. The ten rescued horses, many of them underweight by several hundred pounds and one with a halter embedded in its skin, were seized in March 2012 by OHS and Clackamas County...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    Stranded Dog Rescued
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Program Manager
    The OHS Technical Animal Rescue Team (OHSTAR) responded to the call for assistance from the Clackamas County Sheriff at approximately 5:30 pm. JD had been on the river with his owners when he was swept away by the current below the site of the old Marmot Dam. The dog found refuge on the steep shore and then scrambled up to...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign has received 2 donations
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    Rescue Alert
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Program Manager
    The latest chapter of a year-long animal rescue saga came to pass today as the Oregon Humane Society removed 10 shar-peis from a Goldendale, Wash., resident who pleaded guilty last month to animal cruelty charges. In May of 2012, OHS rescued 41 shar-peis, nearly all of them in need of medical treatment, from Goldendale,...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign has received 74 donations
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    Calling on Bo Obama
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Program Manager
    The Oregon Humane Society is joining forces with a lovesick Goldendoodle to make the First Dog of the United States (FDOTUS) the Grand Marshal of the OHS Doggie Dash. OHS is urging Bo to come to Portland to meet the fluffy Ramona and meet thousands of pets and people who care about helping shelter animals. Fans of shelter...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    Stolen Puppy is Found
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Program Manager
    Dec. 25, 2012: It was a Christmas Day reunion for a stolen three-month old puppy and the family who adopted him just days ago. The puppy was stolen on Dec. 22 from a kennel inside the Oregon Humane Society. He was moments away from going home with the Belzer family of Camas, Wash., who had just completed the adoption...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    OHS Helps Emergency Animal Shelter in New York
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Program Manager
    Staff and volunteers from the Oregon Humane Society are providing hands-on help to animals left homeless in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Three OHS staff members have just finished a eight-day assignment at a massive emergency animal shelter in Brooklyn, with a second group of three volunteers scheduled to depart Dec....
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    50,000 in 5 years!
    By - Marsha Chrest - Program Manager
    We are happy to share with you that the Oregon Humane Society's Animal Medical Learning Center (AMLC) just celebrated its five year anniversary. With that, the AMLC recently accomplished the 50,000th surgery. The medical center provides state-of-the-art veterinary care for thousands of shelter animals each year. In a...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    A Stray Dog's Remarkable Recovery
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Program Manager
    Bear’s road to a new life started on March 22 at the Oregon Humane Society. With a caring foster home, several vet appointments and medicated baths, Bear was ready to start searching for his forever home. On June 5 a lovely couple saw Bear's story on KOIN 6 News and thought he sounded like just the dog for them. They...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign has received 122 donations
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    Giving Bear New Hope
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Program Manager
    Bear came to us from another shelter that didn't have the resources for his extensive medical needs. We are so happy we are able to help him here at OHS. Bear was examined by the OHS medical team, and we are treating him for bacterial and yeast infections of the skin. He seems like a good boy; he just wants to feel better....
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    Amazing Pets and People
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Program Manager
    The Oregon Humane Society honored four heroes on February 23 with Diamond Collar Hero Awards recognizing pets and people for remarkable achievements. The honorees ranged from an abandoned cat who made a miraculous medical recovery to a police officer who helps animals both off and on the job. "The OHS Diamond Collar Awards...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    Holiday Wish: A Home for the Holidays
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Program Manager
    The Oregon Humane Society is asking Oregonians to open their hearts to 279 special shelter animals who are looking for a Home for the Holidays.  One of those pets, Schmoodle (pictured at left) was rescued from neglect in Sept., spent weeks recovering in the OHS medical center, and is now available for adoption....
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    OHS Rescues Nearly 100 Pets from Damascus Home
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Program Manager
    Acting to save the lives of nearly 100 animals facing neglect, the Oregon Humane Society recently sized 95 cats and two dogs from a Damascus woman who had been under investigation for more than a year. Many Lives at Risk “The evidence strongly indicated that this was a potential cat hoarding case and that dozens of...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    Pet Store Rescue
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Program Manager
    More than 100 animals seized from a Newport business will be arriving at the Oregon Humane Society tonight at approximately 6 pm. The animals include 11 puppies, 31 birds, 92 mice and rats, seven gerbils and chinchillas, and 28 reptiles. The animals were seized as part of a search warrant served by OHS Humane Officers on...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    Dying Cat Abandoned in Storage Unit Finds a Home
    By - Marsha Chrest - Program Manager
    The Oregon Humane Society is pleased to report that Milagro, a nearly lifeless cat found abandoned inside a storage container in February, has found his forever home. Milagro, a four-year-old orange tabby, was rescued from severe neglect by OHS Humane Officers on February 9, 2011. Milagro's former owner was Anthony Glenn...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign has received 110 donations
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    Starving Cat Abandoned in Oregon City Storage Unit
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Associate
    Feb. 9, 2011 Portland, OR:  A nearly lifeless cat abandoned inside a storage container in Oregon City is recuperating today after being rescued by a Humane Investigator from the Oregon Humane Society. The adult male tabby was entangled in what appeared to be a makeshift leash attached to a shopping cart inside the...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    2010 Sucess at the Oregon Humane Society!
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Associate
    At the Oregon Humane Society, we have surpassed our goal and have found homes for more than 10,500 pets in 2010 - and it's all because of the generous support of people like you.Thanks to you, pets like Eloise, Callie, Pax, Scarlett, Kita, and more than 10,500 others are in loving forever homes.On behalf of every...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    Home for the Holidays
    By - Marsha Chrest - Development Associate
    The Oregon Humane Society is asking Oregonians to open their hearts to nearly 200 special shelter animals who are looking for a Home for the Holidays.  "No one wants to spend the holidays away from friends and family, and that includes the pets at our shelter,” said OHS Executive Director Sharon Harmon....
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    Rescue Update
    By - Marsha Chrest - Project Leader
    Sept. 1, 2010: More than 30 cats rescued from the home of a Gresham resident will be available for adoption Thursday, Sept. 2 at the Oregon Humane Society. Rescuers from OHS saved 34 cats from the feces-ridden home of a cat hoarder on August 26, and returned to recover another five cats caught in humane traps (see...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign posted a progress report
    On track to saving 10,000 lives
    By - Rachel Good - Development Associate
    The first six months of 2010 have been an exciting time at the Oregon Humane Society. We’re almost halfway to our goal of finding homes for 10,000 pets this year—4,703 dogs, cats, and small animals have already been adopted! Our adoption rates have been so high that we’ve been able to create second chances for pets...
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign has received 27 donations
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  • Oregon Humane Society's End Petlessness Campaign has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
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Marsha Chrest

Portland, Oregon United States

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