Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Services
6815 E. Trent
Spokane Valley, WA 99212
(509) 477-2532

Contact: Volunteer Coordinator

Shelter Hours:  
Sunday        10-5:00
Monday        10-5:30
Tuesday       10-5:30
Wednesday  Noon-6:30
Thursday      10-5:30
Friday           10-5:30
Saturday       10-5:00

CLOSED: Holidays

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SCRAPS provides the residents of the unincorporated areas of Spokane County, the Cities of Spokane, Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake, Millwood, Cheney, Fairfield and Dear Park, with animal control services including, but not limited to, responding to injured/sick dogs or cats, vicious animals, dog bites, and cruelty complaints. We also confine stray dogs. We respond to animal at large complaints and patrol neighborhoods for stray pets.

SCRAPS has an in-house veterinary clinic which provides sterilization of shelter animals before they are adopted, and to unsocialized and feral cats entering the Community Cat program.  The clinic also provides emergency triage for injured or sick animals and exams of animals that have been subject to cruelty, including necropsies and witness testimony. 

SCRAPS offers low-cost vaccinations and microchips, as well as pet licensing. 

The SCRAPS Hope Foundation is a 501c3 charitable organization that assists SCRAPS by providing programs and services geared toward increasing adoptions, keeping animals in their homes, and making medical treatment available. These critical programs such as outreach, animal behavior assessments, free dog training classes for the public, and transport of animals are funded by private donations.

Our Mission is building a more humane community, protecting public safety and ensuring animal welfare through compassionate, responsive, professional enforcement of laws and public policy.

Helping People.  Saving Pets.  Building a Better Community.

Volunteer Opportunities:
  • Dog and Cat Socializers.  A Dog and Cat Socializer comes to SCRAPS to pet, love, and interact with SCRAPS dogs and cats.
  • Outreach volunteers.  An outreach volunteer is in place for community events that SCRAPS attends. He/she should stand at the SCRAPS booth and represent SCRAPS positively. An outreach volunteer should be able to engage the public in conversation and tell them about SCRAPS. Most of the time at outreach, there is an adoptable dog or cat. An outreach volunteer will be the person responsible for the animal and for the adoption process when appropriate.
  • Information Booth volunteers.  An information booth volunteer will be at our information booth greeting the public and directing visitors to adoptable animals in the facility and animal resources.

    • Cat and dog food
    • Animal toys
    • Bedding
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Last Updated By: L.L.