Private adoptions are not arranged through the Wallowa County Humane Society. Therefore, the Wallowa County Humane Society is not responsible for ANY information provided to us by the private party under private adoption. This responsibility is between the pet owner and interested party only. Please call the individual at the phone number given with the listing. 

Tuxedo Kittens

These two sweet short hair tuxedos are available for adoption, preferably together.

They were found on Eggleson Road and are about 10 weeks old. They have started all their shots and de-worming, which I will gladly continue to pay for the 3-visit series. And I will pay for their neutering when they reach 5 pounds.

They purr the minute you get near them, are litter trained, very friendly to humans, and weened. LOVE to play. Brother and sister and you get to name them.

Please call Elnora at 510-816-8069.


Quinn is a 2 year old playful, adventurous, curious, indoor neutered male Domestic Medium Hair cat. He will explore the outside if you let him.

He loves to be pet but also likes his space and toys. He will snuggle with you in bed or when it's cold. He is kind and seeks affection from our baby, is very friendly towards guests and people once he gets to know them otherwise he hides. 

His ideal home is to be the only pet, since he has only ever been aggressive toward his sister (not up for adoption). He does not have any aggression towards people, children, or babies. Please let us know why you think he is best for your home. 

Our adoption fee is $50 that will be donated to the Wallowa County Humane Society. We will send him with his toys, litter box, leash and food bowls upon request. Please contact Mira if you think you are the ideal home for Quinn. 

Contact info:


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Phone: 541-263-0302 (text is fine)


Bear is a 2 1/2 year old Great Pyrenese and Turkish Kangal shepherd mix. He is looking to become part of a family as he loves children and enjoys  caring for his " flock". He is playful, athletic, and enjoys hiking/camping in the wilderness.  Bear is neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations.

He is a flock guardian by nature and enjoys patrolling his property. He will bark if he thinks there is an intruder, and does require a fenced property or yard. He came from a cattle ranch so he is capable of protecting larger livestock. Bear is affectionate and listens very well. Thank you for considering Bear to be a part of your family. We are asking for a $75.00 rehoming fee for Bear. Please contact Ondreya if you have any questions.

(541) 910- 3903


Our darling husky/lab/rottweiler mix, Indy Boots, is looking for his forever home.   We have had Indy since he was a puppy.  Our 20 month old is a true mountain dog and would be perfect for adventure loving parents! 

Indy is an energetic, loving boy. He loves to play with other dogs and would do well in a house with another large to medium-sized dog who also enjoys playing. He is the ultimate outdoor pup and thoroughly enjoys long runs, backcountry skis, hiking, backpacking, and mountain biking. While his skills still need some honing, he knows stayshakecomeleave itdrop itto bed, and load up (to get into the car). He is pretty good on a leash, loves riding in the car, doesn't jump fences, and is good with cats. He does well in the house, stays off the furniture, mainly chews on his toys and bones, and is not much of a barker. He will do well with someone who uses positive training tactics, not aggression nor negative reinforcement. He has seen a dog trainer since he was a puppy several times. Indy is neutered and up to date on immunizations. He would do best in a household with children older than 10 years old as he can get nervous around very young kids.

If you are interested in learning more about Indy please send us an email or give us a call and we’d love to chat further.

We are asking a $75 fee for the process of re-homing Indy. We also have extra dog food, leash, dog bed, grooming supplies, dog house and toys that we would be happy to provide to his new family. 

Link to photo album of Indy

Thanks so much,

Kevin & Alyssa 

Contact information: 

Phone: 425-478-1448

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Nuala (Nooo-la) is one year old (Feb. 1) and a mixed breed of husky, German Shepherd, Rottweiler, and Labrador. She’s a delightful, playful puppy in her almost grown up body. She’s a high energy gal, like a husky. She even paces like a sled dog! She would be perfect for an active person, couple or family. She loves to go! She has been back country skiing off leash and sticks with her person. She loves to hike, run, walk, explore and has excellent leash manners. She does well with other dogs, male dogs especially. She can get territorial with other female dogs. She loves to herd things, currently chickens through the fence. She will chase cats and has gotten in the chicken coop and chased them but not killed any. She loves to play all day and will crash in the evening and sleep all night on her bed or the couch or your bed if you let her. ;) Nuala, Aka Noodle, is good with kids. She’s been around toddlers to big kids and loves to play with all of them! Please consider Nuala as a forever fur friend to join you in your year round active lifestyle. She absolutely LOVES the snow!

To adopt contact Erica 541-398-1393.

Pudding & Bernard

TWO ADORABLE HOUSE RABBITS- Pudding and Bernard are bonded house rabbits looking for a forever home. I've been taking care of them since their original owner gave them up, but I can't keep them long term. They are both neutered and litter box trained and live indoors. They have big personalities and love to get pets, run around, nap together, explore and sniff everything, eat parsley snacks, and chew on apple tree twigs. House rabbits are affectionate, hilarious companion animals. In terms of expense and time commitment think in terms of a cat: they need occasional upkeep and vet care, space to run around in a bunny proofed enclosure (or house!), toys to play with and chew, and love and attention. These buns would not do well with a dog or very young children. They could peacefully coexist with the right cat. To adopt or for more info contact Grace: (570) 951-9419.