Adopt a Shelter Pet - Animal Rescue Foundation of Everett
You can also purchase your pet’s license in person at Everett Animal Shelter or:
The City of Everett has appointed a new manager to oversee day-to-day activities and long-term planning for the Everett Animal Shelter. Glynis Frederiksen, who took over as manager on Oct. 16, is responsible for managing staff and volunteer services, overseeing veterinary services, pet licensing and animal control work, and networking with other agencies for the care and placement of lost and abandoned animals.
The Everett Animal Shelter also sell pet licenses for residents of Unincorporated Snohomish County. If you do not live in the City of Everett or in Unincorporated Snohomish County, please contact your City Hall.
Everett Animal Shelter Pet of the Week: Flannery - YouTube
Everett Animal Shelter Pet of the Week: Dickenson - YouTube
The shelter has the capacity to house up to 110 dogs and 100 cats. The early part of the New Year, however, generally is a slow time for the shelter. The shelter also has other animals available for adoption, such as rabbits, guinea pigs, rats and birds. Potential new pet owners are encouraged to spend time with the animals to get a feel for them.Everett Animal Shelter officials are asking people to consider adopting a bunny or guinea pig. As an added incentive, as part of the Bunnyland promotion, adoptive families will receive a discount for spaying or neutering their new pet at Kamaka Exotic Animal Veterinary Services in Mountlake Terrace. It costs $15 to adopt a rabbit or guinea pig.The goal of the statewide Shelter Open House is to raise awareness of animal shelters across Washington and the homeless animals in their care, and to help those pets find forever homes. Check with your local shelter to find out details about the event and the hours they will be open.Spot is a sweet girl looking for a forever home. She extremely particular when picking her canine friends. She would rather be the only pet but could meet another calm large breed dog if her potential adopters have experience with herding breeds. Her new home cannot have any cats or small breed dogs. Spot would love to go on daily walks to keep her happy and healthy. (Curt Story / Everett Animal Shelter)The Everett Animal Shelter holds stray animals for 72 hours to allow owners a chance to find their lost pets. If the animal is not claimed in that time period, it becomes the property of the Everett Animal Shelter, and may be made available for adoption any time after the stray hold.When people think about getting a pet, oftentimes they visit animal shelters to find pets that need homes. Have you ever visited a shelter, or do you have a pet at home from the shelter? For a lot of people, their pets are part of their family and shelter pets are no exception! With their love of animals in mind, two local Girl Scouts decided they wanted to work with an animal shelter for their Silver Award project. The girls made a video to show what it’s like to care for all the cute critters awaiting a good home at the .