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Oregon Outback Humane Society is an all volunteer organization serving the animals and people of Lake County,OR 
Oregon Outback Humane Society is the only animal welfare organization of any kind in the 8,000 square mile area        
Oregon Outback Humane Society focuses on proactive programs to prevent animal homelessness

In 2007, a group of concerned citrizens organized to form OOHS. Intitially, the group concentrated on helping find homes for the countless animals who needed second chance at a forever home. Being a forward thinking group, they soon realized that the only way to truly decrease the number of animals who were homeless was by offering programs that kept animals from finding themselves homeless in the first place. 

Currently, OOHS provides Pet Food Share, MASH (*Mobile*Area*Surgical*Hospital) Spay/Neuter Clinics and Foster/Adoption Services.

Oregon Outback Humane Society is a 501(c) 3 Non Profit Organization registered with the IRS and the State of Oregon. We rely on donations, fundraisers and grants to provide the programs of OOHS. We receive no funding from the federal, state or local govenrments or from national animals welfare organizations.

All donations are tax deductible and very much appreciated!                                                 



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Oregon Outback Humane Society woudl like to thank the following organzations for their suppport of our mission. 
Your generosity is allowing OOHS to make a difference in the lives of the animals and people in our community.

PedigreeFoundation The Pedigree Foundation grant to help with expenses related to finding  dogs forever homes in 2012.

ASPCA grant making possible the Targted Community Cat TNR Project in 2011 and 2012 allowing 183 more cats to be spayed/neutered.


        Best Friends Animal Society grant providing funds to start Targeted TNR for Community Cats project in 2011 resulting in 180 cats spayed/neutered.


Doris Day Animal Foundation grant to provide spay and neuter assistance for companion animals of Lake County Senior Citizens. 

 PetSmartCharities PetSmart Charities grant to provide spay neuter surgeries for animals in the OOHS adoption program