Blue Mountain Humane Society

A 7 E. George Street, Walla Walla, WA 99362 shelter helping to find loving homes for dogs, cats, rabbits, small animals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and/or fish.

Pets at Blue Mountain Humane Society

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

Lugnut

Male, Young
Mixed Breed (Large)

Scooby

Male, Young
Mixed Breed (Large)

Snickerdoodle

Female, Young
Mixed Breed (Large)

Dolly

Female, Senior
Mixed Breed (Large)

Lobo

Male, Young
Mixed Breed (Large)

Luna

Female, Young
Mixed Breed (Large)

Beauregard

Male, Young
Domestic Mediumhair / Domestic Shorthair

Jackson

Male, Young
Mixed Breed (Large)

Charlie

Male, Kitten
Domestic Mediumhair / Domestic Shorthair

Max

Male, Puppy
Mixed Breed (Medium)

Dog

Female, Young
Domestic Shorthair / Domestic Shorthair

Vinnie

Male, Young
Mixed Breed (Large)

Kanela

Female, Young
Mixed Breed (Large)

Lady

Female, Young
Mixed Breed (Large)

Jack

Male, Senior
Mixed Breed (Large)

Otto

Male, Young
Mixed Breed (Large)

Layla

Female, Young
Mixed Breed (Large)

Joker

Male, Senior
Mixed Breed (Medium) / Border Collie

Golf

Male, Young
Domestic Shorthair / Domestic Shorthair

Spot

Male, Young
Domestic Shorthair / Domestic Shorthair

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Areas Blue Mountain Humane Society Serves

Blue Mountain Humane Society was founded in 1967 by a group of local residents committed to creating positive outcomes for animals in the Walla Walla Valley. Over the years, the Society has grown and evolved to include a humane, state-of-the-art no-kill shelter facility designed to serve companion animals.

We work to educate, inform and equip our community with the tools required to accomplish our ultimate goal: to end pet overpopulation and homelessness in the Walla Walla Valley.

To that end, in addition to sheltered animals, we provide animal control services in rural Walla Walla County, including cruelty and neglect investigations to ensure that animals have homes with responsible, committed caregivers. We also provide humane education programing and volunteer opportunities for supporters of all ages. Recently, we added pet food and spay/neuter assistance for pet owners who qualify based on income, partnering with local social service agencies such as Blue Mountain Action Council and Helpline to reach pet owners in need.

Blue Mountain Humane Society's Adoption Process

1. Browse the animals online or stop by during out shelter hours.
2. Get to know the animal. Play with them, take them for a quick walk, observe their behavior.
3. Talk to our staff about the animal. Learn about their personality!
4. Once you’ve decided to adopt, fill out an adoption application. Dogs over the age of 6 months can go on a home-trial to make sure they are your perfect match. Puppy, cat, and kitten adoptions can be finalized that day!
5. Receive a lifetime of unconditional love!

Animals are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. Part of our mission is to place the animals in their new forever home as soon as possible, so we normally don't "hold" an animal for the Adopter. If the Adopter lives out of the area, and needs time to travel over to pick their new pet up from the shelter, with an approved application and a deposit, we will hold the animal for a short time to enable this.

About Blue Mountain Humane Society

Our mission is to prevent cruelty and promote kindness to companion animals in our community. We are committed to stopping euthanasia of healthy, adoptable pets by ending overpopulation and homelessness. To achieve this we provide quality shelter, spay/neuter, foster care, adoption, and re-homing services for companion animals in our community. All cats and dogs are spayed/neutered before adoption. We also provide adoption support, and screen adopters to ensure a safe, happy & healthy home for them.

BMHS is the only animal shelter facility in Walla Walla County. The society also serves as a shelter resource for parts of Umatilla and Columbia Counties.

BMHS admits an average of 2,250 animals annually from a variety of sources. We have contracts to accept seized or stray pets from the City and County of Walla Walla. We also have contracts to shelter seized pets for the cities of College Place, Dayton, Waitsburg and Milton-Freewater. We accept pets surrendered by their owners when we have space available. While we always attempt to reunite strays with their owners, only about 20% are reclaimed each year. The rest of the animals are placed up for adoption or transferred to other no-kill shelters and rescues around the region.

We offer free, temporary housing for pets of people who are receiving assistance at all local shelters, including the YWCA, STEP shelter and the Christian Aid Center.

In addition to sheltering pets, we provide animal control services in Walla Walla County, including cruelty and neglect investigations when necessary.

During 2013, the society set a record of finding forever homes for 1,210 companion animals. New partnerships with rescue organizations around the state allowed for the transfer of over 300 animals, each one resulting in a successful adoption. Animals awaiting adoption are updated in real time on this website. Now it is possible and increasingly more common for potential adopters from Idaho, Western Washington, and Oregon to visit a pet in our shelter that they found online.

Come Meet Blue Mountain Humane Society's Pets

We are open to the public Monday - Friday from Noon to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for adoptions.

Special events include PETCO & Farmer's Market in Walla Walla. Our pets can also be seen online at www.bluemountainhumane.org

Make a donation to Blue Mountain Humane Society to help homeless pets find homes

http://www.bluemountainhumane.org/donate