Oregon Humane Society fosters an environment of respect, responsibility and compassion for all animals through education, legislation and leadership. We care for the homeless, defend the abused and fight with unrelenting diligence for recognition of the integrity of all animals.
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Celebrating our 150th year of service to our community in 2018, OHS had 12,062 total adoptions of dogs, cats and small animals, with an adoption rate of 98 percent. OHS also provides training classes to pet owners, spay/neuter surgeries to pets from low-income families, humane education, disaster response assistance and more.
The first 100 OHS donors who contribute $50 or more will receive an $18 voucher to Migration Brewing and will be entered to win a Migration Swag Bag. The first OHS donor to contribute $1000 or more will receive a private brewery tour for 10 people at Migration’s Gresham pub. All OHS donors will be invited to an exclusive party at Migration in January 2020 (party information will be shared with donors).
“The Oregon Humane Society has long been at the forefront of animal rescue and rehabilitation in the Pacific Northwest, and a leader nationwide.” —U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer, Oregon 3rd Congressional District