The Fall 2020 Newsletter can be found by clicking here.
There is no substitute for the hands-on experience of reading with one hand in the fur of a friendly dog. However, with everyone trying to stay safe at home, even therapy dogs have to innovate and experiment with new models. … Continue reading
Chimacum Creek Primary School held a drive-by on June 18 to celebrate the end of this strange school year and to allow kids to say goodbye to their teachers and volunteers. Read to Rover teams joined in, spaced out along … Continue reading
With the local schools closed and the need to protect vulnerable residents in assisted living homes, our therapy dog teams are currently not making their usual visits. We miss the kids and seniors who love interacting with our dogs. Therapy … Continue reading
. In April, we sent out our first Olympic Mountain Pet Pals eNews. In addition to our printed newsletters (that we will continue to mail twice a year in the Spring and Fall), we are planning an eNews series to … Continue reading
The Spring 2020 Newsletter can be found by clicking here.
A remarkable 7,858 animals in Jefferson County have been spayed or neutered with the assistance of Olympic Mountain Pet Pals since the inception of their program in 2001. This statistic was announced at the OMPP annual meeting by President Pam … Continue reading
Pet Pal’s President, Pam Kolacy, has prepared a report on our 2019 accomplishments. You can find the complete report by clicking here .
Our Feral/Community Cat Program has been responsible for the spay/neuter of over 2300 cats in Jefferson County since 2001. After all these years, we find that we are in need of a few committed volunteers to keep this program running … Continue reading
Thank you to Martha Ashenfelter and Russ Stamp from the Jefferson County Library for hosting Read to Rover every Friday in July. Thank you to all the families who came to enjoy reading with our Read to Rover dogs. We … Continue reading