The Clackamas Dogs Foundation provides support and assistance in order to advance dog welfare in Clackamas County.
Relying solely on donations, the Clackamas Dogs Foundation has become a vital resource for our community’s shelter. We are here to support Clackamas County dogs and their human families. We stand ready to help with resources for food, shelter, lost dogs and finding dogs new homes.
Some of our projects include:
This program allows Clackamas County residents who are on government assistance to have their dog altered, when they otherwise wouldn’t have the resources. This significantly reduces the risk of unwanted puppies in our community.
The Clackamas Dogs Foundation has partnered with Clackamas County Dog Services to provide an emergency vet care fund for dogs that come in needing extensive medical attention. The foundation has allocated $20,000 to this fund annually and has already helped multiple dogs with ailments such as broken bones to bladder stones.
Dog Training and Adoptability
Clackamas County Dog Services accepts all homeless and stray dogs in Clackamas County, meaning lots of dogs come in under-socialized and untrained. CDF has allotted funding for training resources to support Clackamas County Dog Services! This will be yet another option to help dogs learn better behaviors to increase their chances for adoption and finding new homes!
Shelter volunteers help with reading to the dogs, housekeeping, potty-walking, dog training, events, fostering and administrative support. Truly a priceless resource for the shelter! CDF proudly funds the annual Volunteer and Staff Appreciation Party for Clackamas County Dog Services.
How you can help….
There are numerous ways to help Clackamas Dogs Foundation!
- Donate cash or items from our wish list.
- Volunteer for CDF or in the shelter.
- Ask us to speak at your business or service organization.