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Olympic Peninsula Humane Society

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: The goals of the society include finding responsible owners for all adoptable pets and the prevention of abuse and cruelty. The society provides animal spaying, neutering and shelter facilities. The society shelters and cares for animals of all types.

Programs: The society provides animal spaying, neutering and shelter facilities. The society operates several programs to assist in the care of animals that include: snap program - the spay neuter assist program offers low cost or free services to qualifying persons. Microchip program - the society can implant an identification chip to assist in identification and tracking of animals.

Community Stories

5 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Brandy Jo W.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 4

OPH has been so wonderful with providing care for their animals. I mustered you some courage and personally delivered my care package to the oldest pup there and their facility was clean! The “dog house” wasn’t dungeon like like some shelters I’ve seen, its bright and welcoming. Their facility makes sure that the dogs have what they need. Toys, blankets, food! They also come up with fun ways to get donations from the community when they’re running low on supplies. I support OPH by donating my birthday every year and hold a birthday bash where friends bring dog/cat food, toys, cleaning supplies, etc. and donate it to OPH.

Review from Guidestar

Krista C.2


Rating: 4

We have so many homeless animals. It breaks my heart. I’m glad OPHS can take them in and care for them until they can be adopted.

Review from Guidestar

Client Served

Rating: 5

I appreciate all of outreach that the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society does in the community and through social media to help find forever homes for animals in their care. I often share their posts and I think that their Facebook page really helps to spread the word about the amazing animals who are available for adoption. I also really appreciate knowing that when an animal is taking to OPH that they are well cared for. Recently, my husband and I purchased a new home and discovered that the previous owner had left his cat behind. We were unable to keep the cat because our giant cat kept attacking and hurting him. I am very thankful for OPH because they took him in and found him a new home.

Review from Guidestar


Rating: 4

For years now OPHS has been an open admission, high-save shelter serving the community of Clallam county. This is the only animal welfare organization accepting any domestic animal regardless of age, health or behavioral disposition. They do a lot with a little.

Review from Guidestar


Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 1

This shelter is no longer an open admission facility. After 63 years of providing shelter for any and all animals presented they have changed admission criteria and now refuse some animals from the general public.