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Mission Statement

Serve and protect people and animals of Washington County by (1) educating our residents; (2) promoting humane treatment of animals; (3) enforcing animal laws; (4) providing shelter and care for lost and homeless dogs and cats; (5) respecting the needs of our customers.


The Bonnie L. Hays Small Animal Shelter cares for about 4000 pets each year. The Shelter is a haven for homeless, unwanted, abandoned and abused companion pets. Our organization promotes humane treatment of animals, operates a pet adoption center, coordinates pet lost and found services, enforces local and state animal laws, educates the public about responsible animal care and facilitates a pet assisted therapy. We serve an estimated 150,000 pets and their owners in a geographic area of 727 square miles and a human population of over 500,000.



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Average Review 2 reviews

Would you recommend Bonnie L. Hays Small Animal Shelter?

by Nicole S. (December 30, 2010)
They're not like other animal shelters. They're kind and compassionate to their animals; treated with respect and giving hope to creatures in need of a new home. I once found a stray dog, a gray poodle, in my neighborhood. When I saw that stray I immediately thought of Bonnie Hays. But I wasn't able to walk all the way over there but I called them up and they kindly took the dog, recorded the information on the tags and put her in a spacious kennel. Shortly after, the owners arrived and became reunited with the dog I found. If it weren't for the help from Bonnie Hays, that dog would possibly still be with me and the owners wouldn't have found her. Their service is friendly, welcoming and beyond exceptional. There's a sense of pure honesty with their work and goal for finding a home for these pets.
by Sydney S. from Beaverton, OR (June 1, 2009)
Becouse 1 I released a dog (that was adopted)and adopted a cat there.I just wish I could volunteer,Im not 16 but Im good with dogs.