Yes! Anywhere from 4 to 8 dogs and 4 to 8 cats live on site in our separate but accessible shelter area. The animals have their own team of caretakers to make sure their short stay with us is enjoyable before they find their forever home.
Yes there is a $5 fee to enter the adoption center. Reservations are required Wednesday – Sunday. Monday and Tuesday are reserved for drop in days. The fee supports the dedicated team and overhead to maintain the adoption center and care for the animals while they are on site. Any profits are donated to the Spokane Humane Society.
Absolutely! That is why the animals are here! We partner with the Spokane Humane Society to be an extension of their great work in the region.
They would love that! The cats live in a separate cat room where you can hang with them and play with them too. The dogs can be brought out to play with. You can even take them for walk and we have a separate puppy play room so you can get to know their personalities before you adopt them?
The Spokane Regional Health Department does not allow animals at a food and drinking establishment. We can, however, arrange a meet and greet with your dog or cat and one of our adoptable animals to ensure a good fit.
Adoptions are arranged in partnership with the Spokane Humane Society and the fees will be in accordance with their process. We will post specific adoption fees on this site when we open.
Bark, A Rescue Pub has an elevated pub style menu with signature burgers, sandwiches, entrees and appetizers. We want a dining experience that you will come back to time and again. Bark also boasts a full liquor bar with signature cocktails and drinks along with 38 taps of beer, cider, seltzer, wine and more! Check out our menu linked above.
Minors are welcome both in the restaurant and the Adoption Center. Minors must be accompanied by an adult at all times in the Adoption Center for both their safety and the animals safety.
No. Sometimes the cats and dogs just need time to rest. The Adoption Center is open 11am to 7pm. Reservations are in 30 minute increments and are limited to 15 people per session.