FAQ

This FAQ page was setup to provide information after the City of Newberg announced that the Newberg-Dundee Animal Control Program was cut on 7-1-2014.

What is going to happen to the shelter now that there is no longer an animal control program in Newberg?
The shelter building will continue to operate as an animal shelter. Newberg Animal Shelter Friends and the shelter volunteers will be operating the shelter. They are developing new processes and procedures to operate the shelter by all volunteers. Please be patient with them in this transition.

Animal Control enforcement will now be serviced by Yamhill County Dog Control.

Who are Newberg Animal Shelter Friends?
NASF is the 501c3 fundraising organization that has been raising money for over a decade for the construction of our new shelter building. We moved into the new building one year ago but the interior is still not complete. NASF is continuing to raise funds to finish construction as well as become the nonprofit group that will operate the shelter.

What do I do if I find a stray dog in Newberg or Dundee?
***We are still working on an arrangement with Yamhill County Dog Control to keep local strays in the area for reuniting them with their families faster.

For now, we will take-in stray (found) dogs from the Newberg-Dundee area and we will notify Yamhill County Dog Control that we have the dog in case their family looks for them there.

Please come to the shelter before noon to drop off a stray (found) dog on-site or call 503-554-9285 for an appointment.

I have lost my dog or cat, what is the process for finding my pet?

Contact Yamhill County Dog Control at 503-434-7538 to see if they have your dog. We can help spread the word about your missing pet on our Facebook page. You can also put a post on Yamhill County Lost and Found Craigslist or many Facebook pages for Newberg and Dundee area like Lost and Found Pets of Yamhill County.

Who do I call to complain about a dog barking or a vicious dog at large?
Contact Newberg-Dundee Police Dept at the Non-Emergency phone number 503-538-8321.

How do I get a livestock permit to have chickens or other livestock within the city limits?
This permit will now be obtained through the Newberg Ordinance officer. Fill out this application and return it to the City of Newberg.

When is the shelter open?
We are open Monday thru Saturday 10:00am to 12:00pm. Or you can setup an appt for a specific time by contacting us at 503-554-9285 or newberganimals@gmail.com.

How can I find out what dogs are available for adoption?
Our adoptable pets can be found on our Petfinder page. We also post pets on our Facebook page.

Where is the shelter located?
Adoptable pets can be found at 1591 S. Sandoz Rd. Off of NE Wynooski Rd near Hwy 219.

Where do I license my dog?
You can license your dog at Yamhill County Animal Control at 2070 Lafayette Ave. in McMinnville, Oregon. Follow this link to see the list of vet locations where you can also license your dog.

Will you take my personal animal that I can no longer care for?
We accept pets for rehoming from owners who can no longer keep them. Call or email the shelter at 503-554-9285 or newberganimals@gmail.com to talk with a volunteer and discuss your situation.

Can I volunteer at the shelter?
Yes, we are accepting volunteer applications. Shelter volunteers must be 18 years old. Fill out the Volunteer application and mail to the shelter at 901 Brutscher St. Suite D PMB #107, Newberg, OR 97132.

How can I help?
As we build the new shelter operations we will be in need of donations of pet food, animal supplies and monies. All proceeds are used toward the care of the animals. Check out our donations page for more details.

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