From the President's Desk, MARCH 2021

Beverly Beach

Spring is just around the corner and we are looking forward to some green grass for the dogs to play on. 

Our intake numbers for 2020 were 728 animals.  Outcomes in 2020 were 305 adoptions, 259 transfers and 91 animals returned to their owner.  Our shelter spayed and neutered 75 animals locally and assisted with the spay and neuter of over 190 public, feral and shelter cats through our monthly low cost program. 

Due to Covid-19 we are still operating by appointment only.  We look forward to welcoming back volunteers in the future when it is deemed safe to do so.  In the meantime the shelter board is working hard and have logged over 2000 volunteer hours this year.

Meet Toby, he is presently our longest in residence dog.  Toby is an 8 year old, neutered Australian Shep cross.  Loves to herd sheep and would do best in a one dog household.  He loves to walk himself on a leash, plays keep away and knows basic commands.

Be sure to visit our website often to see all the animals presently in our care and available for adoption, and follow us on Facebook for the latest on shelter happenings. Currently we have 9 dogs and 28 cats and kittens available for adoption. Applications for adoptions can be found here. Completed applications can be emailed, mailed, or hand delivered to the shelter.  We recently installed two mailboxes on our gate, one with blank applications and also a secure mailbox to leave a completed app in.

We continue to offer a low cost spay/neuter for cats transport monthly.

 

Thank you Petsense for assisting with adoptions this year.  We also appreciate the continued support from Bi-Mart, Walmart, Bowman Trucking and Animal Health Center. 

 

As always, please remember to contact the shelter if you’ve found someone’s pet or if your pet is ever missing (541.963.0807), we log all lost and found calls in the hopes of reuniting pets with their families.

Stay safe,
B.

 

Vision

Build the best environment for lost and stray animals, eliminate animal cruelty in Union County, inform through education, and implement spay and neuter programs to reduce the overpopulation of homeless animals.

Mission

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal shelter and rescue committed to providing a safe, humane, high-save environment to connect all animals with their forever family, and reunite lost animals with their rightful home.

We are committed to working with local law enforcement and the community at large to provide an education resource for animal management and care. Saving animal lives, one at a time.

meet our staff

On the front lines, our staff is ready and willing to help our guests find their forever home and family.

Available Jobs:

None at this time

meet Our board

The Blue Mountain Humane Association (BMHA) is the parent organization of the Animal Rescue & Adoption Center of Eastern Oregon (ARACEO). We are committed to transparency and full disclosure of BMHA policies, procedures, and finances. We believe that this transparency will allow our sponsors and donors to better understand how we utilize their generous support, and allow us to obtain additional funding to further our mission.