How to adopt,
Pet Lost/Found, Surrender and Reclaim
Laws, Forms & Info
Want to Help?
Fees for Services
Tues - Fri,
Adoptions stop 1/2 hour prior to closing.
On the 3rd
Thursday of each month, we close 1/2 hour early for a staff meeting.
and reclaim of stray pets is available Monday through Sunday, from 9:30am to
will be closed:
3120 Martin Way
Olympia, WA 98506
Mission Statement (Who are we?)
Animal Services promotes responsible pet ownership for the health and
safety of people and animals;
Enforces animal-related laws;
Reduces pet overpopulation though education and spay/neuter programs;
animal suffering through proper medical care and humane euthanasia;
temporary shelter for strays and owner-released animals; and
opportunities for adoption of these animals.
What do we do?
Adoption service for unclaimed or unwanted pets;
24-hour Lost Pet Hotline, (360) 352-2510, option
Animal welfare checks, including investigation of animal cruelty/neglect;
Stray or lost pet pick-up;
Emergency pet pick-up and stabilization;
Pet licensing and identification;
Inspection, monitoring and complaint resolution in area pet stores;
Shelter, care and medical attention for all species of small,
domestic homeless animals and some wildlife;
Quarantine of animals that have bitten a person;
Humane euthanasia of unwanted, injured, terminally ill, or elderly
Rental of humane traps for cats causing
Responsible-owner education for schools, youth groups, community
groups, and other forums to promote concepts of responsible pet care;
Volunteer program which provides
volunteer opportunities within the shelter and around the community.
When and how to reach us
The shelter lobby is open Tuesday
through Friday, from 9:30 to 5:30, and on Saturday from 9:30 to 4:00. We
stop adoptions 1/2 hour prior to closing. The shelter is closed on state
holidays and holiday weekends. Identification and reclaim of stray pets is
available Monday through Sunday, from 9:30am to 10pm.
Our phone number is (360)352-2510; our
fax number is (360)352-2782. You
can also email us.
If you are bringing an animal to the
shelter, please drive around the east end of our building to the door marked
If it is during business hours, enter
the Receiving Lobby and a staff member will help you.
If it is after business hours, please
leave the pet in one of the marked After-Hours Receiving Kennels.
Remember to complete an Animal Release form, so we know why the animal is
being left, and can contact you if we need more information. Please
consider leaving a donation to help pay for the care of the animal.
The shelter is located at 3120 Martin
Way E, Olympia, 1/2 mile west of Lilly Rd.
Animal Services can be easily reached by an Intercity Transit bus. Bus
routes 60, 62A and 62B all drive by the shelter and there is a bus stop
located in front of the shelter for convenient access.
Here are some other important phone numbers to keep on
(All numbers area code 360 unless otherwise noted)
||Mr. Pitcher - The Mole
|American Kennel Club
||Nisqually Kennel Club
|Animal Services 352-2510
||NW Bat Control 402-7803
|Bucoda Animal Control
||Olympia Pet Emergency Clinic
|Cat In Tree rescue 791-7437,
||Rainier Animal Control
|Concern For Animals
||Seattle Purebred Dog Rescue
|Critter Control 206-431-6833
||Tacoma/Pierce Co. Shelter
|Feline Friends 866-0599
||The Bee Man (bee removal)
|Hooved Animal Rescue
Commissioners Office 786-5440
|Humane Society 866-8986
||Thurston County Health
|Kennel Permits 786-5490
||Thurston County Sheriff
|Lewis County Shelter
||WA Fish & Wildlife (large
|Mason County Animal Control
||Yelm Animal Control 458-3244
numbers above are
provided for your convenience and refer to services offered by
other individuals and organizations. Animal Services does not endorse any views
expressed, or products or services offered by the individuals or organizations