While falling back by resetting the clock for daylight savings time, observe straylight savings time to take important steps to get your pet back
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From April 11-17, help us celebrate the hard-working personnel of Multnomah County Animal Services offering the highest quality of care for animals in the shelter and in the field.
In five years at MCAS, Jackie Vitron has scaled a lifetime of experience in animal care to meet the demands of 1,000 kittens treated through the Kitten Triage Program each year.
Officer Vicki Havlik is celebrating retirement after twenty-six years as an Animal Control Officer for Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS), a division of the Department of Community Services
On Tuesday, May 5, 2020, Commissioner Lori Stegmann announced the winner of the Superior Public Service to an External Customer Award, Animal Services Officer Sophia Condon-Allen.
Read how Princess the Chihuahua was reunited with her person, Veronica, after ten long years of being lost. Learn how you can keep your pets safe through licensing and microchipping.
"Thank you so much for bringing Queen Godiva- AKA Diva- into our lives!!"
"Maggie (Ruby) has been a wonderful addition to our little family. She is so playful, cuddly, and gets along with all the grand-babies, the cat, and she absolutely adores her new big brother, Chino."
Studies show that interacting with animals can have health benefits, including reducing blood pressure, cholesterol, stress, and anxiety.
Nova (Carmen) is loving her new home and nap time with her big brother.