The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : Meet 'Fences for Fido' an Awesome Group of Volunteers Who Build FREE Fences for Dogs - Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington Areas

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Meet 'Fences for Fido' an Awesome Group of Volunteers Who Build FREE Fences for Dogs - Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington Areas

 Portland, Oregon - Fences For Fido, an all-volunteer 501c3 non-profit, attends to all needs by building a fence, removing the chain, supplying a warm dog house, providing critical vet care and spay/neuter, and returning as needed to ensure the dog lives a safe, un-chained life. We are a 100% all-volunteer organization! We have NO paid staff!

Mission

To improve the quality of life for dogs living outdoors by removing chains, building fences, providing shelters, offering spay/neuter, and raising awareness about the physical, mental and emotional needs of dogs and why chaining a dog is inhumane and dangerous.

Awards

2009 News Maker of the Year: KGW TV and the Royal Rosarians
Several volunteers recognized as Hometown Heroes by local news station

Products

Six foot high welded wire fences
Wooden dog houses in various sizes w/ burlap sack dog beds filled w/cedar shavings
Spay/Neuter Surgeries for intact animals

Coordination, when possible, for help with re-homing animals.

Fences For Fido is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization based in Portland, Oregon building free fences for dogs living outdoors on chains, tethers or in small outdoor pens.  Our volunteers work in a large area of northwest Oregon and southwest Washington.

Need a fence or know someone who does? - Request a fence online: http://www.fencesforfido.org/index.php/request-a-fence - Or call 503-621-9225
Fence requests can be made anonymously.

Join us at a build: www.fencesforfido.org/volunteering

PLEASE DONATE:  




Phone: 503-621-9225
Email: info@fencesforfido.org



Website: Fences for Fido



Video:

These volunteers are marking their 1,000th fence built to free dogs that are chained up and can't run free. For more information: 


This is what our volunteers do after the fence building is complete and the Fido is ready to be unchained. We make a large circle of love and, oh yeah, there might be some celebratory squeals as well. Welcome to our 'unchained pack' Cupcake; you are number One Thousand.










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