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Animal Shelters in Kennewick, WA
1.Benton Franklin Humane Society
1736 E 7th Ave
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Founded in 1966, The Benton-Franklin Humane Society is dedicated to preventing cruelty towards animals. Based in Kennewick, Wash., the firm offers adoption services for abandoned, abused and unwanted animals. It also promotes the education of children and adults pertaining to the treatment and care of all animals. The firm conducts emergency management, disaster relief as well as spay and neuter assistance programs. The Benton-Franklin Humane Society renders humane education classes on several topics, comprising pet ownership responsibilities, safety around animals and bite prevention.
2.Tri Cities Animal Shelter & Control Services
1312 S 18th Ave
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3.Pet Over Population Prevention
524b Warehouse St
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POPP is a local, no-kill organization. Homeless pets are kept in family homes, not cages. They are taught manners, obedience and given lots of love. POPP is the ONLY rescue/adoption group that has a strict policy of spaying and neutering their pets BEFORE they are offered for adoption. Every person involved with POPP is a volunteer, there are no paid positions. The POPP adoption facility in Richland (open on Saturdays only) is cute and clean, and the volunteers are very friendly and knowledgeable. They go above and beyoond what is expected from a volunteer to ensure that all pets are placed in loving forever homes. A big THANK YOU to these people who work so diligently to help homeless and unwanted pets.
4.Humane Society of Eastern Oregon/Pet Rescue
1844 NW Geer Rd
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We have been looking for the right dog for a while. Every time we have visited the Hermiston shelter, Beau (& his family) and Nancy are extremely kind and helpful. They welcome visitors and take time to answer questions. I would love to see Hermiston take up a drive to fund better housing for the dogs. The kennels are clean. I have never noted overcrowding, but they are dark little cement jail cells all in a row. The cats have pleasant quarters, with furry climbing trees and toys; they look quite content. It would be wonderful to see a well-lit, tiled dog area, with dog kennels around the sides, adequate room for large dogs, inexpensive blankets or rubber-backed rugs for every dog. Safe chewy toys, like Nylabones would be good for most of the dogs. Absolutely impressed with the staff. They are kind and caring to the animals and to everyone who walks in the door.
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