Lincoln County Animal Shelter
Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
510 NE Harney St.
Newport, OR 97365
Pets at Our Shelter:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:The Lincoln County Animal Shelter provides a safe haven and hope for the lost, homeless, and abused or neglected animals in Lincoln County, Oregon.
About Our Shelter:We are the only shelter in Lincoln County, providing a chance for animals to find their new forever homes. We do not euthanize for space, and we provide loving care for dogs and cats until they find their right match. Our medical trust fund allows us to provide extensive care for those in need. We also provide pet food and spay/neuter vouchers to community members through our Pet Food Bank and Meals on Wheels program.
Come Meet our Pets:We are open Tuesdays to Saturdays from 12:00-5:00 and available for appointments at other times.
Our Adoption Process:Come find your furry friend at the Lincoln County Animal Shelter. The selection of available pets changes every day, but we always have lovable animals looking for their forever homes.
Adoptions include initial vaccinations, a microchip
a certificate for a free examination from a veterinarian in Lincoln County. Everyone is spayed/neutered prior to adoption. All dogs receive a one-year license, collar, and identification tag.
Meet Our Animals
To meet an animal at our Shelter, please visit us during regular business hours. Please bring all members of your family (including dogs if you are adopting another dog). You will be asked to fill out a Dog Adoption Application or Cat Adoption Application and chat with one of our Animal Care Specialists. We work very hard to match potential adopters with our available pets to increase the likelihood of finding an animal's new forever home.
How Do the Animals Come to Us?
Animals come to us lost as strays, surrendered by owners, or in protective custody due to abuse or neglect. We place all of our adoptable animals in homes or in the Second Chance Program (transporting to a rescue organization or another shelter), and we never euthanize animals for space. We provide extensive medical treatment, thanks to our Medical Trust Fund, and all possible behavior modification training to give every animal their chance at a new life.
Keep Visiting Us!
If you don't find your perfect match with us right away, our Animal Care Specialists are willing to provide you with additional resources. Our best advice is to keep visiting us, or checking our website of available pets, as your special someone is sure to walk through our doors soon.