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Pet Sitting Service
Peace of Mind
Cats and Dogs Experienced, reliable, bonded and insured
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Greenhill adopteeBe a responsible pet owner. There aren't enough homes in the U.S. for all the lost and stray animals that come to shelters. Because of this they are forced to destroy over 35,000 dogs and cats every day. Please be a responsible pet owner: neuter or spay your pet.

The Importance of Micro-Chip Registration Follow-up

Local Adoptions

Greenhill Humane Society SPCA
See photos and information of pets available for adoption.

Lane County Department of Regulation Authority
Information and procedures for pet adoption.

Shelter Animal Resource Alliance
S.A.R.A. is a local nonprofit organization that rescues, assists & advocates for shelter animals. Visit their cat adoption center, SARA's Treasures, at 871 River Rd. in Eugene.


Greenhill Humane Society
Located west of Eugene near the airport, provides animal rescue, education and adoption services.

Lane County Animal Regulation Authority provides service for the City of Eugene as well as unincorporated areas of Lane County, Oregon.

The Florence Area Humane Society is made up of volunteers dedicated to assisting homeless or abused companion animals in our area.

Lane County Audubon Society
A chapter of the National Audubon Society and a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of and education about our natural environment, with a primary focus on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats.

The Oregon Humane Society web site is fun and colorful providing lots of information on dog and cat care.

Pro-Bone-O provides free veterinary services to the pets of Lane County citizens who are homeless and cannot afford veterinary care. Volunteer veterinarians, vet-techs and community members staff the clinic. The clinic, located at Saint Vincent dePaul's Lindholm Service Center on Hwy 99 in Eugene, is open on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month. Pro-Bone-O provides a friendly, safe environment where vaccines, check-ups, minor treatments and pet supplies are available. The small organization is non-profit, and depends on community donations.

Shelter Animal Resource Alliance
S.A.R.A. is a local nonprofit organization that rescues, assists & advocates for shelter animals. They also operate a fund-raising thrift shop and cat adoption center, SARA's Treasures, at 871 River Rd. to support their rescue and advocacy work.


Lane County Department of Regulation Authority/Dog Licensing procedures.

City of Eugene - Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic
The clinic provides affordable spaying, neutering and vaccinations for dogs and cats.

The Bearen Foundation
Helping people help their pets. "We believe that financial circumstances should not determine whether a beloved family member lives or dies. We offer financial assistance to qualified applicants who face veterinary expenses beyond their means."

Oh My Dog! Pet Salon
With grooming and salon services for dogs, and cats too, this full-service pet spa offers their clients professional pampering we humans have available to us-- even facials.



Bush Animal Hospital
Extremely skilled in diagnosis and knowledgeable about the most advanced and best treatment methods available for your pet.

University of OR Pre-Vet School provides a list of Eugene veterinary hospitals and clinics.
Small animal care
and shelters.
Large animal care in Eugene and nearby.

Complete list of all Lane County Veterinarians


List of veterinary schools in the U.S. compiled by U of O pre-vet students.

Animal Natural Health Center
Holistic training and information for veterinarians. Located in Eugene, Oregon.

Care Tips

Whether you are setting up a new fish tank or about to say goodbye to an elderly pet friend, web sites provide a wealth of information to help you make informed decisions.

Year 'round tips on how to be a better pet owner compiled by the Oregon Humane Society.

The AVMA Network is the place where Veteterinary professionals, pet owners and animal lovers go to find comprehensive information on Pet Care, Animal Health, Veterinary Medicine and Careers in Veterinary Medicine, Public Health and Animal Health News.
American Veterinary Medical Association

The American Animal Hospital Association is an organization of more than 17,000 veterinary care providers committed to giving you excellence in small animal care. Friendly LlamaThey know your pet is an important member of your family. This website strives to help you make the most of the relationship between you and your pet.

Llamapaedia is dedicated to the care of llamas. Another general care resource is Hurricane Creek llamas.

Learn how to care for bunnies at the House Rabbit Society website.

Petwork's travel-related resources provide information for locating pet friendly hotels, pet boarding. and pet-related travel gear. Updated daily, the resource appears to be primarily for dogs.

Pet Services (provided by people)

Peace of Mind (Recommended)
Professional pet sitting and house sitting. In home care, while you are away from home. Experienced, reliable, reasonable rates, insured and bonded.
Call Ellen for more information and reservations.

Kitty Concierge
The Puurfect Nanny for your cats and dogs.
Owner: Noelle Brewer

Suds 'Em Yourself (Map)
Giving your dog a bath can be fun.
192 W. 11th
Eugene OR 97401

People Services (provided by pets)

Canine Assistance Partners is a Eugene based 501(c)3 non-profit Service/Assistance Dog organization which trains service dogs for the disabled to provide freedom and independence.

Dogs for the Deaf, Inc. is a non profit service that rescues and professionally trains dogs to assist people and enhance lives. Located in Central Point, OR.

Service Dogs for Humanity
Each specially trained Service Dog is teamed with an individual Student based on the Student's physical needs and his or her personality and lifestyle. Our dogs are taught tasks such as opening and closing doors, turning lights on and off, picking up dropped objects, counter exchanges at stores and banks, pulling wheelchairs, and more.
Located in Eugene, OR. (541) 744-5738

Pet Stores

Wags! Dog Emporium
For those of us who enjoy treating our canine and feline pets royally, Wags is a great place to find elegant and/or functional toys, treats, collars, clothes, beds and more.

All American Pet Store
Since 1988 All American Pet Supplies & Grooming has been family owned and operated, determined to provide the best pet food & supplies with extraordinary service.
1677 Coburg Rd. #1
Eugene, OR 97401

Shop at
Pet supplies for dogs, cats, birds, fish, reptiles or other small pets. Get answers and expert care advice also.
2847 Chad Dr. Eugene, OR 97408

Lost and Found Pets

Local Register-Guard lost and found classifieds

Lane County offers helpful information on what to do if you have lost or found a pet in this area. A current list of animals is also maintained on the web-site.

Stray Cat Alliance
The SCA is dedicated to: providing low-income cat caregivers and guardians with support, advice, and financial assistance for cat food, spay/neuter services, and veterinary care; assisting people who care for feral cat colonies; encouraging people to feed, spay and neuter and care for stray cats in their area; educating the public about the importance of spaying and neutering companion animals; preventing cruelty, abuse and neglect of cats. Also serves as a resource of other animal welfare organizations in Eugene and Beyond.

If your pet accompanies you out of town, pet tags with your destination's address and telephone number can help your pet return to you if he or she becomes lost while away from home.

Area Dog Parks

Alton Baker Dog ParkCurrent guide to off-leash dog parks published by PlanetEugene

Wild and Exotic Animals

The AVMA asks you to think before you adopt a wild or exotic animal.

Willamette Wildlife Rehabilitation
Dedicated to saving wildlife through the avenues of rehabilitation and public education.
595 Crest Dr
Eugene OR 97405

Cascades Raptor Center is a non profit nature center and wildlife hospital specializing in birds of prey.
Eugene, Oregon

Exotic Bird Rescue of Oregon
Providing a safe haven for birds while seeking proper placement for them through a variety of avenues. Another major mission of our 501c (3) organization is that of education, both of the potential and current bird owning public as well as the community at-large.
PO Box 40865
Eugene, OR 97404

Who to call if you find a wild animal in Lane County. A listing of local agencies specializing in wild animal capture.

Last but not least, deceased animal pickup (city streets only).
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