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Everett Animal Shelter in Everett Address: 333 Smith Island Road, Everett, WA 98205
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The volunteer program at Everett Animal Shelter (EAS) is highly structured and is geared toward finding volunteers who are a great fit in helping us meet the needs of the animals in our care.
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One of the biggest was the shifting of animal sheltering services from the Progressive Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) to the Everett Animal Shelter. Get directions, reviews and information for Everett Animal Shelter in Everett, WA.
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The goal of the statewide Shelter Open House is to raise awareness of animal shelters across Washington and the homeless animals in their care, and to help those pets find forever homes. Check with your local shelter to find out details about the event and the hours they will be open.The volunteer program at Everett Animal Shelter (EAS) is highly structured and is geared toward finding volunteers who are a great fit in helping us meet the needs of the animals in our care.All healthy and behaviorally sound animals will either be placed out for adoption at our shelter or transferred to another rescue organization to help find its new forever family. We do not have time or space limits, but we cannot make any guarantees that we can place an animal. Please also be aware that the City of Everett prohibits Everett Animal Services from adopting out pit bulls. If you are trying to find a home for a bully breed dog, we strongly suggest you use us as a last resort only.The Everett Animal Shelter is an open admission shelter serving the City of Everett as well as much of Snohomish County. Each year, the shelter takes in nearly 9,000 animals including dogs, cats and small animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters. Volunteers are an integral part of our work to provide care to and find new homes for these homeless animals. Anyone who is an animal lover and who wants to make the world a more humane place would benefit from the opportunity to provide hands-on care to the animals both in and out of the shelter, and to help spread the word about the wonderful animals at the shelter who are awaiting adoption. Join us!The hardest part of being a volunteer at the Everett Animal Shelter was probably leaving the animals after you were done with your job at the end of the day because I wanted to take all of them home.About the Everett Animal Shelter
Every year, the shelter provides temporary homes for more than 5,000 lost, abandoned and unwanted animals in the city of Everett and throughout Snohomish County. In addition to care and feeding, the facility includes a veterinary clinic.