Warm Springs Unchained: FALL in Love Again on Saturday, October 3, 2020  

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Saturday, October 03, 2020, 10:00am

Warm Springs Unchained:  FALL in Love Again 

Because of the devastating impact of COVID-19, Fences For Fido has been working at a significant pace to build free fences and provide urgent veterinary care to families with chained dogs throughout Oregon and Washington. And, there is no other community more harshly affected by this health and financial crisis than the Warm Springs Reservation. That’s why, Fences For Fido is committed to continuing to support and provide assistance to the people and pets of Warm Springs.

Through Fences For Fido Operation Warm Springs:  Unchained & Loved, 25 volunteers built 10 fences and 20 dog houses on Saturday, June 27th for 25 dogs and their loving families on the Warm Springs Reservation.

Once again, Fences For Fido will be building 12+ free fences and dog houses for 25+ dogs in a single day on Saturday, October 3, 2020:

Warm Springs Unchained:  FALL in Love Again

We all know first-hand that helping people is helping pets which is why we are so grateful to the people of Warm Springs for the trust placed in Fences For Fido to honor the love they have with their four-legged family members. 

We need 30 helping hands and warm hearts so please sign up to join us on Saturday, October 3, 2020.


Location Warm Springs, Oregon
Contact Kelly & Vince & Jennifer
Contact Email kpeterson@humanesociety.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.


We so appreciate your dedication and commitment to Fences For Fido. You are the very heart of our organization, therefore, our primary concern is your safety and wellbeing. For that reason, Fences For Fido will only build panel fences during this time and for the foreseeable future. Panel fences allow for 6 feet of distance between volunteers and the number of volunteers can also be significantly reduced. Further, it reduces the number of time volunteers will be gathered together on site.

We are also changing the way in which we operate on fence build day. Please read the following so that you are fully aware of expectations and requirements prior to and on fence build day.

On Site Safety Guidelines:

  • Bring with you and wear a face mask and gloves as you will be required to wear both for the duration you’re on site. (Eye protection is recommended)
  • Maintain 6' social distance at all times.
  • We will have on site: disinfectant wipes, hand soap and sanitizer, and paper towels

Prior to Your Arrival:

  • 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.
  • If you have an elevated temperature, please stay home.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has background information about the virus, steps to prevent illness, and what to do when sick.


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