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Helpful Links & Pet Resources*

Did you know there are limits to the number of animals you can own? Click HERE to see county-by-county information. 

How to Adopt a Dog: What To Know Before You Go

8 Signs You’re Not Ready for a Dog

How to read your dog’s body language

Managing a dog with behavior problems

Pet Emergency Preparedness

Taiwan Dog Breed Info

All About Cats

Poisonous Plants for Cats

Lost & Found Pets: See information on our site here and at our partner’s site here:   Petco Love Lost

Animal Food Banks

The Pongo Fund Pet Food Bank: (503) 939-7555-Please call for important information before visiting, 3632 SE 20th, Portland, OR, 97202

FIDO Dog Food Bank: (971) 678-6940  Wednesday Hours: 9a-12noon with Strict COVID-19 protocols in place. The FIDO food bank gives out one month of dog food at a time.

Veterinary Assistance

Good Neighbor Vet : (888-234-1350) Offers Mobile Vaccination Clinic and other affordable pet care.

DoveLewis Velvet Financial Assistance Fund: (503) 228-7281 Offers financial assistance to qualifying low-income clients to help cover the cost of emergency medical treatment

Portland Animal Welfare Team: (971) 333-0729 2700  Please visit website for full details. Waggle is a crowdfunding resource you can utilize when you cannot afford a veterinary bill. Waggle is the trusted safety net you need when you cannot afford a veterinary bill.

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Resources

Spay & Save Low and no-cost spay/neuter surgeries for cats owned by low-income residents in the
greater Portland metropolitan area. The program also serves a limited number of
dogs.  (800) 345-7729
Cat Adoption Team Low cost spay/neuter clinic for pet cats. Offers three pricing levels
depending on qualifications. Please click here for More Info & Appointment Request
Form. (503) 925-8903
Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon (feral, TNR) Spay/neuter clinic for cats only. No-cost surgery for feral, stray and barn cats and low cost surgeries for pet cats. Online Spay/Neuter Form
Portland Animal Welfare Team or call (503) 206-6033
Pixie Project Low cost spay and neuter surgeries for cats and dogs. Prices are determined on a
case-by-case basis.
Humane Society for Southwest Washington  Clark County’s first public spay
and neuter clinic offering low-cost spay and neuter options for cats of low-income
families of Clark County only.  Spay and Neuter Form (360) 984-6052

Search for free or low cost pet support services like veterinary care, pet food pantries, temporary pet care and more by zip code:

Domestic Violence Shelters with Pet Boarding Available: Safe Place for Pets

Are pets covered by home insurance?: The Zebra Homeowners Insurance in Black & White

All things pet:

Pet Rehabilitation Therapies: 

Canine Aquatic Sports and Rehab:

Dog Care Tips, Equipment, and Extensive Buyer’s Guide:

Pet Friendly Housing:

Rehoming a Pet (If you have an OFOSA pet to rehome, please call us first at 503-747-7818):

Rehoming a Pet Resources from Human Animal Support Services

*These listings are for informational purposes only.  OFOSA does not endorse these products/services in any way.