Upcoming Events

Sat Feb 13, 2016 @ 9:00AM
Cali and Balboa in Portland
Sat Feb 13, 2016 @10:00AM
build for Rookie and Emma in Mill City
Sat Feb 13, 2016 @10:00AM
Daisy in Sandy Post setting
Tue Feb 16, 2016 @ 2:00PM
Thu Feb 18, 2016 @ 3:00PM
Posts for Emily
Sat Feb 20, 2016 @ 9:00AM
Posts for Husky in Independence
Sat Feb 20, 2016 @ 9:00AM
Thor in Oregon City
Sat Feb 20, 2016 @10:00AM
Grettah in Lincoln City
Sat Feb 20, 2016 @10:00AM
Daisy In Sandy, Fence Day


Featured News

Effect January, 1, 2014

Drafted and supported by a broad coalition, the law adds an important tool to address the public safety and animal welfare problems presented by chronically-chained dogs in communities across Oregon. Like all laws, this one is intended to be enforced by appropriate law enforcement officers. Fences For Fido does not have enforcement authority.

Download a copy of this article *** Click Here ***

Anti Tethering Law and How FFF can help you video *** Click Here ***

 The law does the following:

Limits tethering to:

  1. Ten hours (in a 24 hour period) when dog is tethered to a stationary object;
  2. Fifteen hours (in a 24 hour period) when dog is tethered to a running line, “zip line”, trolley, or pulley system;

The mission of Fences For Fido is to improve the quality of life for chained dogs living outside in the elements day and night. But along the way, it has changed all of our lives as well.

Each and every Saturday morning, we transform the lives of dogs living outside on the end of chains. Fences For Fido is a real labor of love, and as such we wanted to share with you several of the stories that truly do capture the very heart of Fences For Fido far better than any words.

Love in action.

Click on the links below to watch...

Changing Lives
Make you feel my love
Chico, Lady & Cheetho
Rocky and Wolvering
Walking on Sunshine
Have a little Faith in me
Star, Cassie and Rex
My own two hands

And please check out our video page to see more love stories.

Premium SSL Certificate SSL Certificate allfilms.me