Anani CloseupThe Friday Harbor Animal Protection Society, is a private, nonprofit animal welfare organization. We are proud to serve the people and animals of San Juan Island with a variety of programs including adoptions, low income spay/neuter vouchers, dog licensing and humane education for children of all ages. Building a community of compassion is our goal – through adoption of homeless pets, humane education, abuse investigation, and community outreach and leadership.

    Our Mission:

    • TO REDUCE Pet Overpopulation through spay/neuter assistance
    • TO ADOPT Unwanted homeless pets into quality homes
    • TO PROTECT Animals from neglect, abuse, and abandonment
    • TO ADVOCATE For their welfare through education and direct assistance
    • TO PROMOTE Greater appreciation of human and animal interactions.

    Events & Happenings

  • SPAY- Ghetti Fundraiser

    IT’S SPAY-GHETTI DINNER TIME – Time To Celebrate World Spay & Neuter Day and Fund Our Local Assist Program

    This year our annual event will return to the Mullis Senior Centerl on February 27th.

    Wear your best APS-FH wwag and we will see …

    Posted at February 7, 2018 |By Melonie Walter |Categories Events,Shelter News
  • The Howl

    Press Release
    Animal Protection Society – Friday Harbor
    September 18, 2017

    Announcing October Fundraiser for the Animals ‘The Howl’

    The Animal Protection Society – Friday Harbor is thrilled to invite you to join us for the first ‘Howl’, a fundraiser for the animals happening on Saturday, …

    Posted at September 5, 2017 |By Melonie Walter |Categories Shelter News
  • Wags to Riches 2017 – CHILL’IN & GRILL’IN

    WAGS TO RICHES 2017 – Chill’in & Grill’in

    Please join us this year to celebrate 35 years of saving lives with a birthday bash at the McDowell …

    Posted at June 30, 2017 |By Wes E |Categories Shelter News
  • 2017 APS-FH Winner’s Choice Raffle


    ** $20 TICKETS or SEVEN for $100 **

    Posted at June 30, 2017 |By Wes E |Categories Shelter News
  • Posted at February 9, 2017 |By Wes E |Categories Shelter News


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