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Restricted Access to Adoption Area Oct. 14-25

From Oct. 14-25, staff members will need to escort guests to see dogs available for adoption due to facility maintenance work at the shelter. Thank you for your patience.

We provide dog sheltering, stray care, adoptions, and lost and found services. We reunite owners with lost dogs and match adoptable dogs with good homes. Is your home a good match for one of our dogs?

See these resources for help with other kinds of animals like birds and wild animals.

View our Maddie's Fund annual statistics to see how our shelter is doing.

Adopt A Dog

Please note the 24-hour waiting period for adoption applications; waiting period for pre-approved applications does not apply. After an application is approved, potential adopters can schedule meet and greets with our adoptable dogs. After this, adoption appointments can be set up.

Make a Report

Please call 503-655-8628 or fill out our Investigation Request Form. Our office can take reports for dogs running at large, aggressive dogs running at large, menacing, livestock incidents involving dogs, barking complaints outside of city limits, neglect, and dog bite incidents. For neighbor disputes, such as barking dog complaints, you also may contact the Dispute Resolution Center for assistance with talking to your neighbors.

Bites by rabies-susceptible animals should be reported within 24 hours from the incident to the county in which the victim resides. If you receive a bite from an animal—especially a wild animal—that breaks or compromises the skin and/or draws blood, it is very important that you report the bite immediately.

Barking Dogs

There are A LOT of reasons why a dog is a problem barker.  Learn about possible causes, solution options and how we can help.

More Owner Resources

Links to resources for dog owners from finding a vet to spay/neuter and microchipping for low-income families.  

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Support Us

Each donation allows the dogs in our care to enjoy a better quality of life during their stay with us.

Help us to provide our "guests" with a high quality of life.

Make A Donation to the Clackamas Dogs Foundation

Learn about the organization that makes many of our programs possible.  

In the past 9 years, ASAP has reduced euthanasia in Portland's shelters by 90% and now saves 95% of cats and dogs


13141 SE Hwy 212 Clackamas, OR 97015

Office Hours:

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

Administrative Office Hours
Monday to Saturday
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.