Everett Animal Shelter is committed to keeping our community safe. At this time, that means restricting general admission to our shelter, which will also help our staff and volunteers remain healthy to continue to care for our animals.
ADOPTIONS: We will be conducting adoptions on a case by case basis and are not allowing visitors for general animal viewing. If you are interested in adopting, first view our available animals online: https://everettwa.gov/161/Adopt-a-Pet. If you feel there is an animal that would be a good fit for your home, please fill out an application and email it to email@example.com. A staff member will be in touch to discuss next steps. Applications can be found here: https://everettwa.gov/161/Adopt-a-Pet
STRAY ANIMALS AND LOST & FOUND: We are currently limiting animal intakes. If you have found a stray pet, please call our main line at 425-257-6000 or file a found pet report online. If you think your lost pet may be at the shelter, please check the website and call 425-257-6000, our staff will return your call as soon as they are able. Please also check these Facebook groups: Lost Dogs of Snohomish County, Lost Cats of Snohomish County.
PET SURRENDER: At this time we are not able to accept owner surrendered pets. If you have questions, please call 425-257-6000. Our staff will return your call as soon as they are able. We are also not able to accommodate private euthanasia requests at this time.
DONATIONS: We are still accepting donations and need community support now more than ever. To make a financial donation please visit our website: https://everettwa.gov/170/Donate. We are still in need of donated pet food but will not be allowing donations of supplies to be dropped off at the shelter. The best way to help the animals at this time is through online financial support.
PET LICENSES: License purchases and renewals can be done online: https://everettwa.gov/2264/Pet-Licensing. If you have licensing questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 425-257-6000.
We appreciate your flexibility and understanding during this time and we assure you that our homeless animals are still receiving the same loving care as always.Thank you!