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  • About

    About

    Clackamas Dogs Foundation is dedicated to promoting the health and well being of dogs and people through supporting the educational and public service activities and programs of Clackamas County Dog Services. We accomplish this by fundraising through special events, individual giving, corporate sponsorships, and community outreach. “The Clackamas Dogs Foundation provides support and assistance to Clackamas County Dog Services in order to advance […]

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  • Volunteer

    Volunteer

      Attend a Volunteer Information Session to get started! Sessions are held on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 5PM at Dog Services There will be no Volunteer Information Session held in December. Please join us again in January 2017! Why Volunteer? Interested in making a difference in your community? One of the best […]

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  • How to Adopt

    How to Adopt

    View our Adoptable Dogs! Why Should I adopt a pet from Clackamas County’s Education and Adoption Center? Deciding to bring dog into your life is a big decision, and if you are part of a family, it involves everyone agreeing they are going to help love and care for the newest member of the family.  […]

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  • Events

    Events

      Thursday, May 18, 2017 • 6-8PM • Sah-Hah-Lee Golf Course Come for dinner, drinks, a silent auction, and of course some putt putt golf! All proceeds benefit the Clackamas Dogs Foundation and continuing our efforts to support dogs in your community. Sah-Hah-Lee Golf Course & Driving Range 17104 SE 130TH Avenue Clackamas, OR 97015 Phone: […]

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  • Donate

    Donate

    Individual Donations Individual donations are the backbone of our organization.  Whether it is a $1 gift or a $1,000 gift, you can make a difference in helping us feed our shelter guests, reduce overpopulation through spaying and neutering shelter and community dogs, and provide outreach and education in the community.  Your funding helps 400 dogs […]

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CDF News

January is National Train Your Dog Month!

January is National Train Your Dog Month!

January is National Train Your Dog Month! Stay tuned for weekly tips from our trainer. Week 3: Socialization isn’t just exposure It is becoming common knowledge that socializing your dog is important.  However, exposure to things isn’t usually enough to help your dog deal with our busy world.  Your dog needs to have positive experiences […]

Volunteer News

Volunteer and Staff Appreciation Event 2016

Volunteer and Staff Appreciation Event 2016

On February 11, 2016 the Clackamas Dogs Foundation hosted their annual volunteer and Staff Appreciation Event! We decided to mix things up this year and take the gang bowling. It was a wonderful time and nice to reflect back on the great year we have had. Together we worked to send about 300 dogs to […]

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