Olympic Mountain Pet Pals is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to better lives for companion animals in Jefferson County, WA. We actively promote spay and neuter programs to reduce overpopulation that leads to homelessness in dogs and cats. We also sponsor therapy dog programs to serve our community.


Spay & Neuter Program provides free surgery for pets in low-income households.

Community Cats Program uses the TNR (trap/neuter/return) method to humanely control populations of cats who have reverted to a “wild” state.

Ginger’s Fund provides money for emergency medical assistance for animals when families can’t afford it.

Pets to People is our outreach program to older citizens. Volunteers bring dogs to visit residents of extended care and assisted living facilities.

READ to ROVER uses registered therapy dogs and their owners in schools and libraries to help children improve their reading skills .

Dr. Ginny Johnson, Dr. Kristen Pitsenbarger, Dr. Melissa Steinmetz and Dr. Rachel Strohmeyer, and of Hadlock Veterinary Clinic,  Dr. Jeff Highbarger, Dr. Abbie Doll, Dr. Lauren Clarke, Dr. Christopher Frank, Dr. Amanda Ramage, Dr. Dalton Webb, and Dr. Dana Wisniewski of Chimacum Valley Veterinary Hospital, and Dr. Madelyn Curll of Oak Bay Animal Hospital make our spay & neuter programs possible.