Our mission is to use collaborative public and private partnerships to increase the lifesaving efforts of organizations in Washington State that provide care for homeless cats and dogs.
We can help your local animal welfare organizations join together to accomplish amazing things for animals and people in your community. Here are a few examples of the various ways in which we can offer support.
From budget planning to strategic program development, we can assist you in mapping a plan for growth. Caught up in the day-to-day of a busy work environment, it is difficult to take a step back and plan for the future. Often, a different eye can spot areas where overlaps and redundancies exist. Looking at your organization’s programs from another angle can help you to find more efficient and effective ways to operate.
Business Practices/Budget Planning
The Pet Alliance of WA is interested in connecting animal welfare organizations where pets can be helped through relocation within the State of Washington to shelters with high adoption demand. Join our pet adoption transfer network to help improve your shelter flow, manage costs, and improve live outcome through further collaboration.
Shelter Program Trainings
From foster-based rescues to large shelter operations, we are committed to helping organizations thrive by making positive changes in animal care and community relations. In order to help you increase your lifesaving ability, we can offer mentorships and trainings in any of the following areas:
Volunteering & fostering
Spay / Neuter Assistance
We believe that saving more lives starts with prevention. Through our strategic planning, mentorship and financing opportunities, we can provide assistance in the following areas:
Public Spay/Neuter (Mobile, Transport, and Voucher programs)
Spay/Neuter prior to adoption shelter programs
Trap-Neuter-Return education, mentorship
How Can We Help You?
We are open to offering an array of training opportunities. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, let us know. Our mission is to help as many Washington animals as possible and the only way to do that is to tailor our efforts to your organization’s needs.