333 Smith Island Rd.
Everett, WA 98201
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The Everett Animal Shelter is open for all business from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week. Adoptions end 15 minutes prior to closing in order to accommodate the completion of all necessary paperwork.
Due to a staff meeting, the shelter will open at 1pm on:
Thursday; August 8th
The Shelter will be closed on the following days in observance of holidays or training:
Monday, February 18th - Presidents' Day
Monday, May 27th - Memorial Day
Thursday, July 4th - Independence Day
Monday, September 2rd - Labor Day
Monday, November 11th - Veterans' Day
Thursday, November 28nd - Thanksgiving Day
Friday, November 29rd - Day after Thanksgiving
Tuesday, December 24th - Christmas Eve
Wednesday, December 25th - Christmas
Our cats love to sleep on Kuranda beds, but we don't have enough for everyone. If you would like to donate a bed at a special wholesale price for a cat to sleep in comfort, please donate a Kuranda bed
The shelter currently needs the following donations:
Thick nylon 6 foot leashes
Frontline Plus for dogs 89-132 lbs
Revolution for dogs 80-130 lbs
Classic Kongs-large and extra large in red or black
Martingale style collars
Greenies pill pockets
Hot dogs for dog training. It's fine to bring them in frozen.
Dry cat food (Kirkland, Iams, Blue Diamond, Wellness and Felidae)
Canned cat food; Pate style only
Royal Canin Baby Cat food
Iams kitten food
Greenies pill pockets
Fresh fruits, veggies and Timothy hay for our small animal population.
Care Fresh bedding for our small furries
Liquid bleach and liquid laundry soap
Copy paper, white or colored
New boxes of pens or any spare pens you may have
Receiving, Reclaiming & Licensing Hours:
Monday - Sunday: 10am - 5pm
Adoption and Viewing Hours:
Monday - Sunday: 10am - 4:45pm
The shelter is required to hold stray dogs and cats for a minimum of 72 hours for owners to claim. After the
dog or cat is made available for adoption, there is no set time that we hold them. This all depends upon the animal's temperament,
health and available space in the shelter. We will not "reserve" an animal for anyone. However, we will hold an animal for up
to an hour for an interested person to get cash, written permission from their landlord, or to bring a family member to view
the pet. Animals will be microchipped and spayed or neutered before being released to the adopter.
||Our Adoption Fees Include:
(Additional licensing fees may apply depending on residence location.)
- Adult Dogs over 6 months - fees start at $150.00
- Puppies 3 months and under- fees atart at $300.00
- Puppies (3-6 months)-fees start at $250.00
- Kittens (less than 6 months)-$125.00 each
- Adult cats over 6 months- $50.00 each
- All fees are subject to change
- All adoptions require written permission from your landlord if you do not own your home
- First vaccines
- Feline Leukemia testing for cats
|Snohomish County Regional Pet-licensing fees:
Prices subject to change. (Lifetime licenses are no longer available)
- Altered, micro chipped animals, $10 per year
- Altered animals, $20 per year
- Unaltered animals, $40 per year
The Everett Shelter has established a volunteer program which includes the following: Canine
Companions, Feline Companions, Rub-A-Dub-Doggie, PetShelter Network, Rescue Group Transport, Community Education and
Awareness. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age. We also offer a Junior volunteer program for ages 13 - 18. Please visit our website www.everettanimalservices.org for more information.
Another volunteer opportunity is our foster care program. This program is designed to help animals heal and find a good home. The Shelter volunteer line is (425)257-6011. Everett
Shelter Volunteers: Enhancing the lives of lost, unwanted, and homeless pets.
The Animal Control Department's mission is to encourage, secure, and enforce those animal control
measures deemed desirable and necessary for the protection of human health, safety, and welfare and, to the greatest extent
possible, prevent injury to property and cruelty to animal life.
The Shelter temporarily houses stray and abandoned companion animals. These animals, in many cases, are made available for
adoption to the public. Contracts are maintained with other jurisdictions, such as unincorporated Snohomish County, for use of
Donations are needed to help cover the cost of continued medical care for the animals. You may mail your donations to The Everett Animal Shelter 333 Smith Island Road, Everett, Washington 98201 or simply stop by and visit!
From Downtown Everett:
Take Broadway Ave north from Downtown. Broadway becomes Hwy 529; take that across the Snohomish River bridge and take a right onto 28th Pl, following signs for the Animal Shelter and Langus Riverfront Park. At the next intersection, turn right onto 35th Ave NE. Continue to stop sign and turn left onto Ross Ave and follow the road past Dagmar's Landing until you come to the 'Y' in the road at the 12th St Bridge over I5. Turn right onto Smith Island Rd. The shelter is the large red building on the left side, about a mile down the road.
From the South:
Take exit #195. Turn left onto E. Marine View Dr. Continue 1.2 miles and take a left onto the entrance ramp onto Hwy 529. Cross the Snohomish River bridge and take a right onto 28th Pl, following signs for the Animal Shelter and Langus Riverfront Park. At the next intersection, turn right onto 35th Ave NE. Continue to stop sign and turn left onto Ross Ave and follow the road past Dagmar's Landing until you come to the 'Y' in the road at the 12th St Bridge over I5. Turn right onto Smith Island Rd. The shelter is the large red building on the left side, about a mile down the road.
From the North:
Take I-5 exit #198 (N.Broadway) at Marysville. Go approximately one mile to the Frontage Rd exit, following signs for Langus Park and the Animal Shelter. Follow the road past the curve under the Hwy 529 bridge to the stop. Turn to the right onto Ross Ave and follow the road past Dagmar's Landing until you come to the 'Y' in the road at the 12th St Bridge over I5. Turn right onto Smith Island Rd. The shelter is the large red building on the left side, about a mile down the road.
Parking is available in the lot on the south side of the building, on the east side of Smith Island Rd or in the boat launch parking across the street.
For more information call 425.257.6000