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Project POOCH, Inc.®
Community Outreach Office
15800 Boones Ferry Rd. Suite A2
PO Box 305
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
Phone: (503) 697-0623
Fax: (503) 636-5908

MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility
2630 N. Pacific Highway
Woodburn, OR 97071
(503) 981-2570
Visits by appointment only

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WoofTrax

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Darla, a Project POOCH Graduate

Project POOCH, Inc.® has successfully paired youths incarcerated at the MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility in Woodburn, Oregon, with homeless shelter dogs since 1993.

Youths (guided by professionals) learn to train the dogs, groom them, and find them new adoptive "forever homes." The dogs leave the program ready to be great pets, while their trainers re-enter the community with new job and personal skills and increased compassion and respect for all life.

Project POOCH, Inc. is recognized by the IRS as a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization, Tax ID # 93-1252054 – your donation is tax-deductible.

Our Mission - Learning: Patience, Responsibility and Compassion for all Life.
Roberta Blau

 

 

 

Good-bye to a Good Friend

Roberta Blau, former Project POOCH, Inc. board member, recently passed away after several years living with ALS. She was smart, funny, and a supporter of POOCH for many years.

Aunt Sally is caring for Archie, the orange one-eyed cat. Aunt Joan is caring for Picabo (Boo), the 18-year old tabby, that was found as a kitten between two walls at IBM where Roberta once worked.

 

 


Gizmo, November Fall Dog

 

December Project POOCH Year of the Dog Contest: Winter Cuddles

Congrats to Annie, our pawsome winner! Annie is definitely cozy wearing her scarf and hat

Our 2019 Calendar featuring ALL of our Year of the Dog Contest winners will be available soon!
CLICK HERE to pre-order now.

 

 

 

 


Spike, before and after

Spike's Second Chance

At Project POOCH, we have a soft spot for underdogs, and that's exactly what Spike was. From the moment POOCH founder Joan Dalton saw him at the county shelter, she knew that she needed to bring him to the kennel and give him a second chance at life. It was clear from his sad expression and matted coat that he hadn't been cared for in his 9 years of life.

The youth at Project POOCH often come from similar backgrounds of strife, so relating to dogs like Spike is easy for them.

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Smooch a POOCH! Project POOCH shirt
"Smooch a POOCH" shirt "Project POOCH" shirt

The $19.95 price includes shipping and handling. Please email info@pooch.org with your address and the sizes you are requesting.  We will proceed with payment from there.


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