Humane Society at Happypaws Farm
HUMANE SOCIETY @ HAPPYPAWS FARM
The mission of the No-Kill Humane Society at Happypaws Farm, a 7.5 acre farm, is to care for special needs dogs and cats and to help pets who belong to low-income.
families. In addition to rescue, we also help people keep their pets and run an animal Food Bank for the low-income on food stamps. Food pick-up, with documentation,
is every Sunday between the hours of 3:30-4:30 pm. Donations of food for this food bank are always welcome. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to donate food.
We also provide medical care for animals belonging to low-income families on food stamps, as funding allows.
Our dogs and cats are adopted to the best home for them rather than to the first person wanting to adopt them. An application is required, and a home visit is made for dogs.
Fees range from $50-$150 depending on age of pet, disability or other factor.
Email email@example.com to arrange an appointment to see our dogs
All animals are spayed or neutered before they leave our facility, including puppies and kittens at 8 weeks of age.
Adopter must be employed or have income from another source. An adoption application must be completed and a home visit made prior to adoption. A fenced
yard is required for dogs, regardless of the size of the dog. People adopting must have all of their current domestic animals spayed or neutered.
We do not adopt animals for hunting or to have their tailed docked, ears cropped or nails removed. We retain the right to refuse adoption to anyone where we do not
feel the adoption would be in the best interest of the animal.
All spay/neuters are done before the dog/puppy/cat/kitten leaves our sanctuary. Post-surgery healing time will vary based on the individual dogs and cats but generally
male dogs may be taken home three days after surgery and females dogs five days after surgery but these times will differ depending on the healing process.
The Humane Society is located at:
l9933 Old Burn Rd
Please note mail should be sent to 8304 Wayne Ave, Stanwood, Wa. 98292 and not the sanctuary. The post office does not deliver mail to the sanctuary.
Directions heading North or South on Interstate 5
Take the Arlington exit 208 and then head East on the 530.
At the first traffic light (about 3 miles) turn right heading south.
You will be on Hazel/Hwy 9.
At the 2nd traffic light (204th) on Hwy 9 turn left.
Safeway will be on your leftBR>
Go to the end of 204th (about 500 yds). It ends in a
'T' junction. Turn right and you will be on Burn Rd.
Wiggle up the hill to the top. At the top of the hill
turn right on 196th and go to the end (about 200 yards).
Turn right at the 'T' junction and you will be on Old
Burn Rd where HappyPaws Farm is located a few hundred
yards on the right hand side. There is a HUMANE
SOCIETY-HAPPYPAWS FARM sign on wood fencing.
When you enter the driveway, please come down to the
parking lot and park on the left.
The mobile home on the right hand side of the parking
lot is not connected with the Humane Society so please do not
disturb them. In consideration of our neighbors, we ask
that you do not bring your own pets into the shelter grounds as
they make our own dogs bark. You may leave them in your car
in the parking lot (as long as it is not hot). If you would like them
like them to meet a dog you would like to adopt, we will have them
meet your dog outside. Please do not bring sick dogs to the
We look forward to seeing you. We also always welcome volunteers
to help with kennel work, walking large strong dogs, maintenance,
gardening, painting, fund-raising or bulk mailing. Call 360-652-5844 or \
email firstname.lastname@example.org to help
Humane Society at Happypaws Farm
19933 Old Burn Road
Arlington, WA 98223
Click here for a list of pets at this sanctuary
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