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Upcoming Events

Sun Dec 03, 2023 @10:00AM
Maverick in Naselle
Sun Dec 03, 2023 @10:00AM
Fence Build for Dixie in Salkum, WA
Sat Dec 09, 2023 @10:00AM
Fence Build for Ghost in Lakebay, Wa
Sun Dec 10, 2023 @ 9:00AM
Sat Dec 16, 2023 @10:00AM
Max, Ruby and Brian! Christmas Comes Early in Warm Springs!
Sat Dec 16, 2023 @10:00AM
Fence Build for Marlee in Shelton, WA


Volunteers are the heartbeat of Fences For Fido!


Fences For Fido was founded with the sole mission of providing a better life for dogs who are otherwise experiencing a lessor quality of life due to a lack of resources within their family. As a non-profit, to accomplish this mission, we rely heavily on donated funds and material resources. It's then volunteer hands and bodies who are able to put those resources to use. Volunteers are our heartbeat, because without them we would not be able to accomplish the physical love-in-action it takes to build safe enclosures for dogs and assemble cozy doghouses to protect dogs from cold, rain and the sun in warm weather. We always have Fences For Fido leaders on site at our builds, so fence building experience is never needed if it's your first time! You can always find a list of available builds here and registration on our website is free and easy. If you have any questions, please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


No More Days on a Chain, Coco & Blueberry


Coco & Blueberry only knew long days on chains in their fenceless yard. Our Southwest Washington client outreach coordinator, Becky and her husband and crew leader, Mike, lead their team of volunteers to make sure this sweet pup duo received the freedom they needed from a life of chains. Becky and Mike have been with Fences For Fido since 2014 and we consider them experts with all things fence building. They are great to work with and love welcoming new volunteers!
You can be added to their region's Fences For Fido Facebook page to get alerts to builds in their area. You can also go to the Fences For Fido website to see available builds for volunteers in both Washington and Oregon.


Special Spaces for Woki and Ford


Fourteen-year-old Ford and her young protege, 10-month-old, Woki will be receiving their freedom and safety with a sturdy enclosure in just 2 weeks!
We felt grateful to be able to help when we received the application from their disabled guardian who lives in an RV on family property. The small indoor space makes it difficult for Ford and Woki to have the space they need to exercise and without fencing around the property, it's unsafe to be outdoors and therefore cables are used to restrain. Since Ford often finds young Woki a little rambunctious, volunteers will also be installing a secondary fence panel on build day, to give Woki and Ford their own outdoor space when needed. You can help sponsor Ford and Woki by clicking this link.

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