Lewis County Animal Shelter Seeks Veterinary Services
Lewis County Public Health & Social Services (LCPHSS) is seeking a qualified veterinarian to provide clinical consultation and services for the Lewis County Animal Shelter (LCAS) located at 560 Centralia Alpha Road in Chehalis.
The Shelter's goal is to attract responsible pet owners who will provide adopted animals a permanent, loving home.
The Lewis County Animal Shelter is open to the public 10am-4pm Tuesday through Saturday. The shelter houses stray, homeless and unwanted animals. The Shelter strives to find all adoptable pets a lifetime home and promote responsible pet ownership through education and outreaches.
Lost or Found pets please contact the Lewis County Animal Shelter at (360) 740-1290.
The Shelter does offer a disposal service of deceased cats and dogs for a small fee. The shelter will not pick-up deceased animals.
The 5000 sq. ft. Animal Shelter facility was constructed in 1980 and provides indoor/outdoor kennels for dogs and cages for cats, a quarantine area and a surgery room. The physical address for the Animal Shelter is 560 Centralia Alpha Road, Centralia, 98531 and the mailing address is 360 NW North Street, Chehalis, WA 98532. Phone number is 360-740-1290.
The Animal Shelter is currently working on constructing a much needed new building on site in 2019. Funds are still needed to proceed with this project. Anyone interested in participating or donating to this project can contact the Shelter Manager at 360-740-1290.
Animal Shelter Adoption Fees
The Shelter's goal is to attract responsible pet owners and help them provide permanent, loving homes. A person adopting an animal must be 18 years of age or older, or have a parent or guardian present to sign all adoption forms and agreements. All animals are adopted on a first-come, first-serve basis.
- All adopted animals are sterilized (spayed or neutered).
- All pets receive an initial vaccination and de-worming.
- All pets receive a collar, identification tag, leash or pet carrier to promote responsible pet ownership.
Nuisance animal complaints are handled by the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office if the owner of the animal is known.
Animal abuse, neglect, and/or cruelty are handled by the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office. Call (360) 748-9286 Monday through Friday, 8am – 5pm or Central Dispatch at (360) 740-1105. In an emergency call 9-1-1.
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Pet Population Control
Pet owners should be aware of the "Pet Overpopulation" problems faced by most all areas of the country. It should be noted that there is financial assistance available for those who qualify. The numbers to call are:
Pet Connection: (360) 748-6236
SPAY/USA: (800) 248-7729
Northwest Spay & Neuter Center: (253) 627-7729 x217