Fence Build for Baylor & Loki in Toledo, WA: It's their day!   

Fence Build

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Saturday, November 10, 2018, 10:00am

When we learned about Loki (through their fence application), we immediately knew he needed our urgent attention and action.


While living in a lush, forest area is a dream for many of us wildlife lovers, it’s not safe or advisable for a dog living outside on a chain (and without a proper shelter). They are more vulnerable than most, for a lot of reasons.


Therefore, within two weeks of receiving their application, Loki, and his canine brother, Baylor, will get their 6-foot-high panel fence to keep them both safe and secure. (Their doghouse was delivered earlier so that they have more than just a trampoline to protect them from the elements.)


So join us for a quick build (less than 2 hours time) to help these two brothers live a long life that is chain free and safe from the vulnerabilities that come from living on a chain in a rural area.


Location: Toledo, WA
Contact : Kelly & Vince
Contact Email: kpeterson@hsus.org


For post settings and fence builds, you will receive your "Thanks for Volunteering" email after you click to attend. This will have the email address for the coordinator for this event.


Starting March 11, for all Fences For Fido fence builds, masks will be optional in compliance with easing of restrictions of the mask mandate throughout Oregon and Washington.

Continued Safety Guidelines

  • If you have been in contact with any known COVID-19 patients, we ask that you complete the 14 day quarantine before joining a build.
  • If you feel sick or have any symptoms of the virus, we ask that you not attend a build. Please take your temperature before coming to a build to check for fever.

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