During Phase 1 of reopening (effective June 1, 2020), Washington County Animal Services and the Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter will continue to offer critical services and encourage the public to use online services where possible, only coming to the shelter in person if necessary.
Please click the COVID-19 & Pets link below for details on service impacts for Washington County Animal Services and the Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter as well as useful information for pet owners.
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Washington County Animal Services, located at the Bonnie L. Hays Small Animal Shelter, cares for lost animals, finds homes for abandoned pets, licenses dogs, enforces animal cruelty laws and protects our citizens from dangerous animals. Last year, we provided care for about 2,000 animals in our shelter, responded to more than 7,000 citizen calls, answered over 50,000 phone calls, and did community outreach at schools, fairs and events.
Washington County is the second largest county in Oregon with a population of more than 601,500 people. We provide services for an estimated 145,000 dogs and 115,000 cats and their owners in an area that encompasses 727 square miles.
Business and Pet Lost & Found Hours:
9:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat
12-5:00 p.m. Weds
Pet Adoption Hours: Suspended until further notice
VISION STATEMENT: A county that supports the health, well-being and safety of people and animals through education, compassion and respect.
MISSION STATEMENT: To provide a safe haven for animals in transition, protect animals from harm, and provide tools to the residents of our county to live safely, responsibly and respectfully with animals.
The animal shelter was named in memory of Bonnie Lynn Hays, a former Washington County commissioner and long-time supporter of animals.