Remember, Buddy?

He is waiting for a home. 

We estimate Buddy to be about one year of age from what we know Buddy was kept as a puppy and lived in a backyard alone, and when he got bigger, he was no longer wanted. After several calls to the law enforcement agency in the area about the conditions this boy was trying to survive in, no water, no food, being caught up in wire. Some good Samaritan‘s seen the conditions that he was living in and asked the family to give them the dog. These good Samaritans had all the good intentions, but soon realized they could not keep the dog and they brought him to Wallowa County and dropped him off with a volunteer from WCHS reporting they found him along the Highway coming into Wallowa. After numerous hours of WCHS volunteers trying to locate an owner the truth came to surface. That was over 1 week ago.

Buddy has been under the care of volunteers of the Wallowa County, Humane Society at the compound. Which is a temporary holding place until Buddy can be placed into a foster home, or if someone would want to adopt this sweet boy. He deserves a chance.

We don’t know a lot about buddy we are still learning we do know so far he has not had much socialization, he loves people and is a friendly dog towards people but not with other dogs or cats. 

We recommend a home with a secure fence yard, who will provide positive reinforcement a home. We do not advise placing buddy in a home that has other pets, no dogs and no cats. 

Buddy is recently neutered and has his vaccinations. He is ready to begin his new journey of getting to be a dog. Buddy needs to have a home environment experience instead of being a Backyard dog. He has the sweetest personality and he loves to play ball! He likes toys and he loves people and all kinds of hugs. 

If you feel it in your heart to give this boy a chance and give him a foster home until we can find him his ideal forever home fill out this online application form

Wallowa County Humane Society - Since 1980 - Online Canine Pre-Adoption Application



Need a big hug well meet Duke❣️ Duke came to us as a owner surrender. His owner just had a baby and having a large puppy on top of a newborn was a little overwhelming.

Duke weighs 70 pounds he is eight months old. He is part English pointer and hound. He is very friendly he adores children. He gets along good with other dogs, we don’t know about cats.

He seems fine with chickens that are confined, but keep in mind. This guy is a bird dog. 

Duke has had his vaccinations, his rabies, and he is micro chipped. He is scheduled for his neuter next week. 

Duke does have some separation anxiety, but his foster family is helping him with that and he is learning his basic commands and he is almost crate trained. He loves car rides and sits in the backseat and likes to have his head hanging out. The window. Duke is the type of dog that wants to be with you, he wants to be your best friend 

We suggest that his home should have a secured, fenced yard to keep him from wandering, and that his new family would be willing to help continue his training with positive reinforcement. He is a gentle soul and he learns very quick. He just needs a little guidance.

To apply for adoption and complete our online application form   WCHS Canine Pre-Adoption Application



Introducing Brax! Brax is a little over 2 year old Siberian Husky (dob 12/17/2020)Brax’s foster family reports he is very friendly, likes other dogs and loves people. Brax is fully vaccinated, and neutered. Brax know his basic commands, sit, stay, come and is house broken.
Brax will do best in a very active home where he will have lots of daily exercise and interaction with his family. He will need a secured fence enclosure to keep him from wandering.
Before you apply to adopt Brax , please do your research on his breed to see if his breed is right for you and your lifestyle.

To apply to meet Brax submit the online application form



Canine Pre-Adoption Application

If you are considering adopting a dog, download, print out, complete and return the Canine Pre-Adoption Application to our Wallowa County Humane Society Center on North River Street in Enterprise.  $125 Adoption Fee, includes a spay/neuter at either of our Wallowa County Vet Clinics.

Canine Pre-Adoption Application form may be downloaded or completed online.

Click here to download:   Canine Pre-Adoption Application (PDF)

Click here for for online application: Online Canine Pre-Adoption Application