What We Do

Port Angeles Pet Posse was formed to help others reunite with their pets. Our founder realized our community needed assistance with how to start a search and rescue for lost/found pets and owners. At the time there was nowhere to turn or resources available. Pet Posse’s first search was in November 2014. Our volunteers give of their time to assist owners in searching and finding their pets. Searches are at no cost to the owner, although the owner is expected to cover the costs of flyers and, if needed, assist the searchers.

How It Works

Port Angeles Pet Posse is a volunteer group that works with owners to find their lost pets or found pets looking for their “lost” owners. Pet Posse volunteers are unpaid, donating their time because they know how difficult it can be to lose a pet.

Pet owners are strongly encouraged to put a collar with ID tag on their pets or microchip and register the microchip to make it faster and easier to reunite your pet with you. If your dog has a microchip, please be sure to pay the yearly fee for the service through the microchip company and keep your information current. Even a rabies tag on a collar helps! Having these tools also helps provide proof you have legal ownership of the pet.

We will not pick up feral cats, dogs or animals roaming at large or go onto someone’s property without permission for a search. It is our intent to be respectful to the property owners.

If Your Pet Is Missing Or You Have Found A Pet

If you have a missing pet or have found a pet and would like our help, please call us at 360.775.5154. Calling us is the fastest way to get our volunteers helping you find your lost pet.

An intake is required before your pet’s information is posted to our Facebook Page. We do not monitor our FB Page or this website 24/7.

Hours

8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. You can always leave messages after hours and we will get back to you when we open the next day.

Animals Other Than Cats and Dogs

We do not rescue wild animals, i.e., raccoons, birds and other wildlife. These animals should be reported to the appropriate authorities. Contact Northwest Wildlife and Raptor Center at 360-681-2283 or visit NW Raptor & Wildlife Center.

For Horses: please contact Olympic Peninsula Equine Rescue at 360-207-1688.

Animals such as salamanders and other wildlife native to the State of Washington are illegal to have as “pets”. Please do not take these animals out of their natural habitats.

Who We Are

Pet Posse is a 501©3 non-profit corporation. Your charitable donations are tax-deductible and we will provide a receipt upon request. “The most common type of tax-exempt nonprofit organization falls under category 501©(3), whereby a nonprofit organization is exempt from Federal income tax if its activities have the following purposes: charitable, … or preventing cruelty to … or animals.” We are also allowed to charge fees as necessary for your pet’s safety and care while at our shelter.

Why Donate

We rely on donations to help us continue reuniting pets with their owners. Donations are used to help the next animal that is missing. We can help create flyers (the owner is responsible to pay for and pick up the flyers and deliver a copy to Pet Posse). We also post your pet’s information across social media so more people are aware your pet is missing or found.

Donations can be made through: PayPal, Sound Community Bank, First Federal Bank, or at the Port Angeles Pet Posse location. Donations help us continue to help the community by covering costs of searching and helping reunite animals and their owners.

Sponsorships

Local businesses can help by sponsoring the Pet Posse. Sponsorship is critical to our existence and benefits both parties, as we post sponsors’ logos on our social media and literature.

Pet Education

We are available for presentations to community groups, schools, or interested organizations, to help provide information and awareness about the Port Angeles Pet Posse, pet safety etc. Call 360.775.5154 to schedule a presentation.

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