3120 Martin Way
Olympia, Washington 98506
We are the animal shelter and animal law enforcement for Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater and unincorporated Thurston County. We are funded by city and county tax dollars, pet licensing fees, and donations. We provide a large number of services to our community, including: 24-hour emergency pick-up and medical stabilization of stray injured pets, with owner notification for animals wearing identification; pick-up of confined stray dogs or cats in most areas; identification of licensed dogs or cats; 24-hour access to the Lost Pet Hotline to reclaim lost pets; a Lost-and-Found information kiosk at the shelter for owners who are missing pets and citizens who have found pets; shelter, care and non-critical medical attention for all species of small, domestic homeless animals and some injured wildlife; adoption of unclaimed or unwanted pets, including their spay/neuter surgery, immunizations, microchip and license; humane euthanasia of injured, terminally ill, or elderly pets; law enforcement and response to complaints involving pet animals; a volunteer program which helps educate and involve our community and extends our capability to provide services at the lowest possible cost to the public; humane education for schools and community groups.
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