Whitman County Humane Society

Our Pet List

Donations
Whitman County Humane Society welcomes donations and members! To find out more about making a donation please call our administrative office at 509 332-2246, visit http://www.whitmanpets.org/give or send your contribution to: WCHS, PO Box 453., Pullman WA 99163. We appreciate your support.

Lost & Found
If you have lost a pet in Whitman County, please contact the
Whitman County Humane Society pet shelter at 509 332-3422. To report a stray in the city of Pullman, please call the Pullman Police Department at 509 334-0802.

All lost and found pets from Latah County should be reported to the Humane Society of the Palouse located in Moscow, Idaho. Their phone number is 208 883-1166.

Foster Homes
Whitman County Humane Society maintains a program for short and long-term foster care for many of our adoptable companion animals. To find out more about how to become a foster parent, please contact us at 509 332-2246. Download the foster application by clicking here.

Fees
Dogs over 6 months of age are $110 and puppies 6 months and under are $150.
Cats over 6 months of age are $70 and kittens 6 months of age and under are $100.
Sales tax applies to adoption fees.
Dog adoption applications are located
here, puppy adoption applications are located here and cat adoption applications are located here.
Fees Include: Spay/neutering prior to adoption, feline leukemia/feline immunodeficiency testing (cats), worming, initial vaccinations and AVID microchip. Dogs and cats over 16 weeks of age are vaccinated against rabies.

Description
To promote humane treatment, spay and neutering, and responsible care of animals through public education and training programs. To provide a humane shelter environment and care for stray, abandoned, abused or neglected animals in Whitman County. To provide adoption services of companion animals to the public.

Other Departments
Whitman County Humane Society, Inc. has an early spay and neuter program, whereby all healthy animals who are over two pounds in weight and over eight weeks of age will be spayed or neutered prior to adoption.
Click here to learn more.

The WCHS, Inc. shelter manager and staff reserve the right to refuse adoptions.

The Whitman County Humane Society publishes a newsletter full of information on veterinary care and health tips, adoption success stories, and other community service programs available from WCHS. Subscription to the newsletter is one of the benefits of membership. To join please call our office at 509 332-2246 to receive a membership brochure or click here to download a membership form to mail with your donation.

Volunteer Program
We are actively seeking volunteers to assist with animal care and other shelter duties. You must apply and attend orientation prior to volunteering. Visit
our website for more details.

Announcement
The
Whitman County Humane Society pet shelter currently needs certain pet foods and animal care items. We need dry puppy, dog, kitten, and cat food and we ALWAYS need kitty litter! You can make a donation by dropping off items at the shelter on 1340 Old Moscow Road (NEW!) in Pullman. We appreciate your support.

Hours

The shelter is closed 8:30 am - 1 pm for cleaning, animal care and medication, and animal training purposes.

The shelter is open 1-5:30 pm Monday through Sunday.

The shelter is closed New Year's Day, Easter, the Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.


Whitman County Humane Society
126 South Grand Ave (Admin Office)
Phone: (509) 332-2246
1340 Old Moscow Road (Shelter) - NEW!
Phone: (509) 332-3422
Pullman, WA 99163
E-mail the office or the shelter.
Click here for a list of pets at this shelter
Click here to visit our official website!

Last updated on April 24, 2011




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