We are a group of private homes caring for senior dogs all over Western Washington. We do not have a shelter.
Email is the fastest and most efficient way to reach Old Dog Haven; we can quickly route your email to a volunteer who will respond to your inquiry. We have a very small staff whose primary responsibility is to monitor the care of the 290-300 dogs in our foster homes all over Western Washington.
Please contact the following email addresses for assistance or information about:
Inquiries about adoption and fostering – firstname.lastname@example.org
Help with placing your dog – email@example.com
Grief and End of Life decision counseling – firstname.lastname@example.org
Address changes, donations and donor inquiries – email@example.com
Employee Giving, Corporate/Group Sponsorship, Marketing and PR – firstname.lastname@example.org
Walk for Old Dogs – email@example.com
ODH participation in your event or hosting a benefit/fundraiser for ODH – firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Media – email@example.com
Website Questions/Issues – ODHWeb@olddoghaven.org
All other inquires – firstname.lastname@example.org
Our phone and message phone is: 206-280-7614. Please leave a message with an email address if possible. Please speak slowly and repeat your name and phone number on the voice message.
Our mailing address is:
Old Dog Haven
P.O. Box 1409
Oak Harbor, WA 98277-1409
This is a secure post office that will accept UPS and FED EX shipments. This is not the location of any foster home or a place to visit dogs.
We do not have a shelter and we cannot take in stray animals. Please contact your local shelter if you have found a dog. The shelters know us and will alert us to senior dogs in need. We encourage you to email email@example.com about any old dogs you may have taken to a shelter in Western Washington.
Old Dog Haven is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization (TIN 65-1249528) relying on donations and fundraising activities for its income. Contributions to ODH are tax-deductible. The costs involved in caring for one of our senior dogs include veterinary care and surgeries, medications, special diets and supplements, and euthanasia when quality of life has diminished.