Pet Food Banks and Low-Cost Vet Care

Resources for PNW Pet Owners

Shelter Partners |  March 16, 2020

(Updated June 10, 2020 with additional resources)

For members of our community who need help feeding and caring for their pets, we’ve put together this list of pet food banks and low-cost veterinary services.

Washington

King County

Auburn Valley Humane Society: 253.249.7849 | 4910 A St SE, Auburn, WA 98092
➔ Provides: Pet food for senior residents in Auburn. Food pickup occurs once a month at the AVHS Thrift Store & More (located at 1123 E Main St., Auburn) from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m

Covington Storehouse: 253.631.3038 | 26201 180th Ave SE, Covington, WA 98042
➔ Provides: Food distribution program, including pet food/supplies.

King County Mobile Pet Food Bank (numerous organizations): 206.296.7387 | Numerous locations |
➔ Provides: Mobile community pet food bank that travels to different areas of King County

Seattle Humane Pet Food Bank: 425.641.0080 | 13212 SE Eastgate Way, Bellevue, WA 98005
➔ Provides: Distributes pet food donations for pets belonging to low-income seniors, families in crisis, and any community members in need. Low-cost spay and neuter.

Seattle Area Feline Rescue: 206.659.6220 | 14717 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133 |
➔ Provides: Community pet food bank

Kitsap County

Kitsap Humane Society: 360.692.6977 | 9167 Dickey Road Rd NW, Silverdale, WA 98383 |
➔ Provides: Community pet food bank, low-cost spay/neuter

Pierce County

Auburn Valley Humane Society: 253.249.7849 | 4910 A St SE, Auburn, WA 98092
➔ Provides: Pet food for senior residents in Auburn. Food pickup occurs once a month at the AVHS Thrift Store & More (located at 1123 E Main St., Auburn) from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County: 253.383.2733 | 2608 Center St, Tacoma, WA 98409
➔ Provides: Supplies pet food to those who are in temporary need of dog or cat food as long as their animal is spayed or neutered. Low-cost spay and neuter.

Pasado’s Safe Haven: 360.793.9393 | PO Box 171, Sultan, WA 98294
➔ Provides: Free/reduced low-cost spay/neuter, pet food bank in Snohomish & Pierce counties

Snohomish County

Pasado’s Safe Haven: 360.793.9393 | PO Box 171, Sultan, WA 98294
➔ Provides: Free/reduced low-cost spay/neuter, pet food bank in Snohomish & Pierce counties

PAWS: 425.787.2500 x801 | 15305 44th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98087
➔ Provides: Low-cost spay/neuter, wildlife services.

Thurston County

Concern For Animals: 360.456.8176 | 1414 State Ave NE, Olympia, WA 98596
➔ Provides: Financial assistance for spay/neuter & veterinary medical care, pet food bank, adoption & rescue.

Oregon

Multnomah County

DoveLewis: 503-288-7281 | 1945 NW Pettygrove St, Portland, OR
➔ Provides: Donation-based euthanasia for very sick/elderly pets in low-income households, call for more info on eligibility requirements.

Good Neighbor Vet: 1-888-234-1350 | Locations throughout OR, WA, and ID
➔ Provides: Low-cost basic vet care, call for more info.

JOIN: 503-232-2031 | 1435 NE 81st Ave. Suite 100, Portland, OR
➔ Provides: Variety of resources/programs including pet food for those experiencing homelessness.

Oregon Humane Society: 503-285-7722 | 1067 NE Columbia Blvd, Portland, OR
➔ Provides: Low-cost euthanasia/cremation services, call for more info.

PAW Team: 503-206-6033 | 1718 NE 82nd Ave. Portland, OR
➔ Provides: Low-cost vet care, food and supplies ($5 donation per appointment). Pets must be spayed/neutered (or agreed to be spayed/neutered during the appointment) to qualify. Call or visit the website for more info on eligibility requirements and needed documents. Weekday appointments available Tuesday – Thursday.

Pixie Care Clinic (PIXIE Project): 503-542-3432 | 510 N.E. MLK Blvd, Portland, OR
➔ Provides: Low-cost vet care by appointment only. Pets must be spayed/neutered to qualify or agreed to be spayed/neutered during the appointment. Call or visit website for more info on eligibility requirements.

The Pongo Fund: 503-939-7555 | 3632 SE 20th Ave. Portland, OR
➔ Provides: High-quality pet food bank and mobile vet clinic with full surgical capacity. Open 10:00 am-1:30 pm | Daily schedule varies, call in advance for more info. Pets must be spayed/neutered to qualify, call or visit the website for more info on eligibility requirements.

 

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