Absolutely! No pets are allowed in the building, even on the first floor.
What does the permit fee go towards?
The fee covers the cost of: Cleaning and cleaning out the rooms A permit to remove all clutter from the building The building/unit is being made safe and sanitary as requested
A dog must have a “safe and sanitary” home, a shelter and a clean and free environment.
What are your shelter policies?
The shelter can take dogs for a fee or for adoption only. For animals being fostered at the shelter, we provide free food and/or shelter for dogs that would otherwise be turned over to the local animal control authorities. We do not have any other dog policy.
How long will I need to submit an application?
We need you to be ready to sign in with your name (or address), complete your application and send it in 2-3 weeks.
What if I don’t meet all the requirements of my permit?
We cannot complete the permit process if you do not meet the permit requirements. We do not accept applications from people without a proper background review.
What is a “Shelter” in Seattle?
A shelter is a facility that houses animals in distress. Our goal is to provide a warm and safe place of refuge for cats and dogs to live out their lives. A shelter is a requirement of the Puget Sound SPCA by law. If this is an option for you, please check out the Shelter section of our website.
What happens to the dogs?
All dogs and cats are surrendered to the Seattle SPCA by their human families. There are several requirements that the pet owners will need to follow to get their pet back. A breeder will need to be found for the dog and the breeder/owner has to be approved for any other dogs for the shelter.
When will the shelter receive my dogs?
Please check the shelter’s website for more information.
What if I don’t have a pet?
Most Puget Sound SPCA dogs are available by appointment. Call us at 206-587-0333 or fill out the Application for Service Dog (AOD) form located at the bottom of the website.
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