Address: 6725 Randolph Road P.O. Box 489 Moses Lake, WA 98837
About Our Shelter...
To give shelter to the displaced and abandoned. To give safety to the abused and neglected. To educate the community on the importance of responsible pet ownership and care.
Grant County Animal Outreach believes that all domestic animals deserve to be treated with respect and integrity. We will represent the animals with honesty and compassion. We will work with the community, rescue organizations and foster homes on behalf of the animals to give them a second chance at finding loving forever homes.
Grant County Animal Outreach strives to promote public awareness and provide education to the community concerning the importance of spaying/neutering to prevent overpopulation. We will utilize the newest technology available to reunite lost pets with owners, to identify breeds and characteristics, to advertise the availability of adoptable pets and to continue the education of ourselves and the public.
Grant County Animal Outreach will work to strengthen our relationships with city and county governments and to be responsive to changing community needs. We will be readily accessible in a crisis and be an informational resource. We will promote key animal issues by increasing our visibility in the community, participating in and supporting local events and causes.
Grant County Animal Outreach will fulfill these commitments by fostering a professional and compassionate staff and volunteer base through training and continuing education. We will maintain a strong and supportive Board of Directors.
Come Visit Us!
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our hours of operation are from Noon-6pm, Monday through Saturday.
We are located at 6725 Randolph Road, Moses Lake, Washington.
Our Adoption Process...
$125.00 for a SMALL DOG or PUPPY and $90.00 for a Large DOG. Fee includes first vaccinations, microchip and spay/neuter surgery. Your new pet will be transported to a vet of your choosing and you will be able to pick up your new pet after the spay/neuter surgery. If your new pet is too young to be altered at the time of adoption, you will be given a Spay/Neuter Certificate and have a specific time frame to redeem the certificate depending on the age of your adopted pet. We also provide 30 days of Sheltercare pet insurance for no additional cost.
$65.00 for a CAT or KITTEN. Fee includes first vaccinations, microchip and spay or neuter. Your new pet will be transported to the vet of your choosing and you will be able to pick up your new pet after the spay/neuter surgery. If your new pet is too young to be altered at the time of adoption, you will be given a Spay/Neuter Certificate and have a specific time frame to redeem the certificate depending on the age of your adopted pet. We also provide 30 days of Sheltercare pet insurance for no additional charge!
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