About Oregon Dog Rescue
Oregon Dog Rescue is an all-breed, no-kill shelter. It is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization started by two dedicated women with twelve years of experience with rescue dogs. An all-volunteer group, Oregon Dog Rescue is devoted to placing the dogs in the best homes and assuring the long-term success of the adoption. We are available for follow-up care and for the lifetime of the pet. Our team includes a network of professionals who are available to assist with the well being of the animals.
The volunteers of Oregon Dog Rescue assess each incoming dog for medical and behavioral issues prior to placing them in homes. Each pet is wormed, flea-treated, spayed or neutered, and given necessary shots. Photos and descriptions of each dog are placed on our website which links into Petfinder.com.
The dogs stay at our facility where they spend much of the day in playrooms where they can interact with other dogs and volunteers. Basic training is taught to the pooches while they are with us. Our dogs are available to meet potential adopters at our facility on a daily basis. On Saturdays, we also hold adoption events at the Tualatin Petsmart. Because it is across the street from our facility, it is easy to visit dogs in both locations.