Joint Animal Services

A 3120 Martin Way, Olympia, WA 98506 shelter helping to find loving homes for dogs, cats, rabbits, small animals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and/or fish, farm-type animals.

Pets at Joint Animal Services

  • Any
  • Dogs
  • Cats
  • Rabbits
  • Small Animals
  • Any
  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female


Female, Young
Dwarf / Lop, Holland


Female, Young
Dwarf / Lop, Holland


Female, Young
Dwarf / Lop, Holland


Female, Young
Dwarf / Other/Unknown


Female, Young
Border Collie


Female, Senior
Domestic Longhair


Male, Young, Special Needs
American Pit Bull Terrier


Female, Young
Domestic Shorthair


Female, Young
Belgian Malinois


Female, Young
American Pit Bull Terrier


Female, Adult
Domestic Longhair


Male, Young
Hound (Unknown Type)


Female, Adult
American Pit Bull Terrier / Australian Cattle Dog


Female, Baby


Female, Baby


Female, Baby


Female, Senior
Domestic Shorthair / Domestic Shorthair

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1 - 17 of 17 Adoptable Pets at This Shelter

Areas Joint Animal Services Serves

We will adopt to people who live in or out of our jurisdiction.

We cover the Cities of Lacey, Tumwater, Olympia, and unincorporated Thurston County.

Joint Animal Services's Adoption Process

1. Meet the Pet

Our adoptions are by SAME DAY appointment only. Tue-Sat, call 360-352-2510 after 8am to schedule your visit to meet the pet.

2. Submit Application

Applications are available at the Shelter after you visit the animal and decide that you're the right fit for each other.

3. Approve Application

Staff will review your application. If you don't own your home, we will need to call and talk to the landlord/property owner.

4. Sign Adoption Contract

5. Pay Fee

6. Take the Pet Home

If the dog or cat is already spayed/neutered, they can go home with you the same day. If not, they will stay here until their surgery.

How much does it cost?

Cats are $70 and dogs are $90, no matter the age, breed, or sex of the animal.

We sometimes have other types of pets available for adoption, such as rabbits, birds, guinea pigs and other small animals. Adoption fees vary, depending upon the animal


How do I adopt a pet?

Once you visit the shelter and select your pet, you will be asked to complete an adoption application. The application will include information about how you plan to care for your new friend, where he or she will live, what your expectations of the pet's behavior may be and whether pets already in your home are legally licensed.

If you do not own your home, we will need to contact the legal property owner to verify that you may have the pet you are interested in.

Certain animals will have specific adoption requirements in addition to the general requirements. These can include a fence check, no small kids, etc.

If your application is approved, you will be asked to complete several other forms including an adoption contract. This process takes approximately 30 minutes.

The pet you select will remain at the shelter for transport to the veterinarian for its spay/neuter surgery.

About Joint Animal Services

Who are we?
- Animal Services promotes responsible pet ownership for the health and safety of people and animals;
- Enforces animal-related laws;
- Reduces pet overpopulation though education and spay/neuter programs;
- Alleviates animal suffering through proper medical care and humane euthanasia;
- Provides temporary shelter for strays and owner-released animals; and
- Provides opportunities for adoption of these animals.


What do we do?
- Adoption service for unclaimed or unwanted pets;
- 24-hour Lost Pet Hotline, (360) 352-2510, option 5;
- Animal welfare checks, including investigation of animal cruelty/neglect;
- Stray or lost pet pick-up;
- Emergency pet pick-up and stabilization;
- Pet licensing and identification;
- Inspection, monitoring and complaint resolution in area pet stores;
- Shelter, care and medical attention for all species of small, domestic homeless animals and some wildlife;
- Quarantine of animals that have bitten a person;
- Humane euthanasia of unwanted, injured, terminally ill, or elderly pets;
- Rental of humane traps for cats causing problems;
- Responsible-owner education for schools, youth groups, community groups, and other forums to promote concepts of responsible pet care;
- Volunteer program which provides volunteer opportunities within the shelter and around the community.

Come Meet Joint Animal Services's Pets

The shelter is open Tuesday through Friday, from 9:30 to 5:30, and on Saturday from 9:30 to 4:00. The shelter is closed on state holidays and holiday weekends. We stop adoptions 1/2 hour prior to closing.

The shelter is located at 3120 Martin Way E, Olympia, 1/2 mile west of Lilly Rd. Animal Services can be easily reached by an Intercity Transit bus. Bus routes 60, 62A and 62B all drive by the shelter and there is a bus stop located in front of the shelter for convenient access.

Joint Animal Services's Adopted Pets

See Adopted Pets List

Make a donation to Joint Animal Services to help homeless pets find homes