Lincoln County Animal Shelter510 NE Harney St.Newport, OR 97365

Lincoln County Animal Shelter510 NE Harney St.Newport, OR 97365
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The Lincoln County Animal Shelter relies on our compassionate and generous volunteers who participate in virtually every aspect of shelter operations. Whether you walk dogs at the shelter, clean kennels, foster a litter of kittens, transport animals, distribute flyers, input licensing data, help with outreach, or assist with a fundraising event, you will be making a difference in the lives of animals. Most volunteers commit to a regular schedule, but others stop in as they have time--we are able to accommodate everyone's schedules and appreciate all any and all help.
Lincoln County Animal Shelter, Newport, Oregon - Petfinder
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In Lincoln, you can call Animal Control. Describe your pet to them. It may be possible that one of the officers picked your pet up while it was running loose or it's being confined by a citizen. Animal Control maintains lost and found records on animals which they have impounded (brought to the animal shelter), found or lost by individuals, injured animals and the unfortunate animals which were found dead on the streets. For nearly 50 years, the Lincoln County Animal Shelter has been the only shelter for ..
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Photo provided by FlickrThe Lincoln County Animal Shelter relies on our compassionate and generous volunteers who participate in virtually every aspect of shelter operations
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The Lincoln County Animal Shelter, a division of the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office, provides a safe haven for the lost, homeless, and abused or neglected animals of Lincoln County, Oregon. You may learn more about our programs and volunteer opportunities on .We are inspired and affirmed on a daily basis by the support received from the Lincoln community, where most of our fosters and adopters reside. Nebraska No Kill Canine Rescue strives to collaborate with other local rescues and has developed a strong relationship with the Capital Humane Society and other shelters across the state, often working together on hard-to-place dogs. Our volunteers are striving for the day when every dog has a safe and loving home.For nearly 50 years, the Lincoln County Animal Shelter has been the only shelter for animals in need in our community. In recent years, we have established a goal to be a model shelter for small, rural communities providing progressive animal care.Dolly's Legacy Animal Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit, foster-based animal rescue located in Lincoln, Nebraska. Our mission is to save orphaned and abandoned pets from overcrowded shelters and find them loving, forever homes. Check out our amazing pets, and just try not to fall in love.Lincoln City Ordinance 6.04.310 requires that animals have convenient access to shelter throughout the year. This requirement is defined and interpreted to include the following:U.S. Humane Society statistics showing that 60 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats in animal shelters are euthanized every year spurred Mitsi Beecher of Lincoln into action.