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Keep pets cool!

Clackamas County Dog Shelter Supervisor Tamara Moxon asks people to be especially careful to keep their pets cool during hot weather. Moxon advises, “Dogs and cats don’t sweat like people do. They eliminate heat through their mouth (by panting) and the pads of their feet, and can overheat quickly.”

Never leave a pet in a parked car, which is especially dangerous in the summer, even for a short time. Even with outside temperatures as low as 72 degrees, a car's interior temperature can increase an average of 40 degrees within an hour.

Suggestions for keeping pets safe on hot days:

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Clackamas County Dog Services

We provide shelter, medical care and support to Clackamas County dogs in need and a wide variety of related services to the community, including: 

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We provide all dog-related services (including licensing, sheltering and complaint service response) for the following areas of Clackamas County:

We provide dog licensing and sheltering for the cities of:

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Tualatin animal services are provided by Washington County Animal Services.

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Animal Adoption & Education Center
13141 SE Highway 212
Clackamas, OR 97015
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(503) 655-8628
(503) 722-6519
Fax: 503-557-2829

Adoption Viewing Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday
11:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Administrative Offices:
Monday - Saturday
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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