Safe Haven Humane Society

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33071 Hwy 34 SE
Albany, OR 97322
(541) 928-2018

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Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations

www.safehavenhumane.com

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Dogs:  YesCats:  Yes
Critters:  NoVolunteer program:  Yes
Foster homes needed:  YesLow-cost spay & neuter:  Yes
Puppy classes:  NoDog behavior classes:  No
Cat behavior classes:  NoAgility classes:  No
Animal assisted therapy:  NoFeral cat program:  No
Microchipping:  YesLow-cost vaccine:  No
Humane education:  YesAnimal hospital:  No
Pet loss support:  NoPet survivor program:  No
Owner assistance services:  NoPrograms for kids/teens:  Yes
Prison dog program:  NoDogs:  Yes
Cats:  YesSmall dog only:  No
Older dog only:  NoVolunteer program:  Yes
Foster homes needed:  YesSanctuary:  Yes
Feral cat program:  NoMicrochipping:  Yes
Low-cost vaccine:  YesPet survivor program:  No
Spay & neuter support:  YesOwner assistance service:  No
Programs for kids & teens:  Yes

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5posted: October 28th, 2007

Great animal shelter


Even though they have a time frame of keeping cats and dogs, but still it is an animal friendly place. They also help those that need to spay and neuter their cats.

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5posted: August 7th, 2007

Great!


Safe Haven has been around for a while now and they are a great rescue organization. I volunteer there, and their program is great. Once a month they have orientation where the new volunteers get showed around and taught the basic things. They are very flexible to peoples schedule. They are in dire need of Fostor Homes. They can only house 40 dogs and 50 cats at one time, and they get calls daily about people who want to surrender their pets. They are a NO KILL shelter, the only one in the Linn County. They keep a dog at their facility until it finds a fur-ever home. They do NOT euthenize unless NECESSARY (dog is in pain, dog is too sick, etc.). They have a grooming salon and the animals have frequent vet checks. They have recently had an annonymous donor donate $10,000.00 towards low-cost cat spaying and nuetering. This is an amazing help to all of the cats that are brought in, and for people who want to get their cats fixed for only $10.o0! They are a great organization, and I reccomend them in a heart beat! All of their animals are vet checked, fixed, and micro chipped. The adoption fees are not too expensive, and the dogs are so amazing and friendly. They are allowed to pick up stray cats, but not stray dogs. If you find a stray dog, bring it to Linn County Animal.

 

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