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My name is Andy!

Chihuahua/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix Dog for adoption in Reedsport, Oregon - Andy
Photo 1 - Chihuahua/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix Dog for adoption in Reedsport, Oregon - Andy
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I'm being cared for by:
Reedsport K9 Shelter

Facts about Andy

  • Breed: Chihuahua/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix
  • Color: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10806702

Andy was found as a stray near Loon Lake. He is a really great boy. He's well-behaved, rides well in a car, is good with other dogs, good on-leash, good off-leash, very affectionate, and loves to be held. 

He has a medium amount of energy and barks only when excited. This guy would be a very easy dog to own-- he will roll with whatever you're doing and would love to spend his days with you on the couch.

He is not tested with children or cats, but based on his behavior, we think he would be good with both.

Message us on Facebook or call 541.662.2062 to meet Andy. Open by appointment only.

About Reedsport K9 Shelter

About Our Shelter...

The Reedsport K9 Shelter

Is a no-kill Shelter located on West Railroad Avenue off Port Dock Road in Reedsport, Oregon. Operating under the Reedsport Police Department it is staffed by a volunteer manager and a group of dedicated volunteers who care for the many dogs received from the coastal area of Douglas County. The City of Reedsport has a very small budget for the maintenance of the building, property and utilities of the shelter. The dogs needs are supplied totally by funds, food, and assorted needs donated by benefactors in our community and abroad. Local veterinarians donate their services, medicines, and supplies at reduced or no cost to the dogs in need.


Adopting a Friend

There is no adoption fee, nor do we give dogs away. We do ask for a donation of $50 -$150 so we may continue caring for the animals in our facility. Dogs that are spayed/neutered, vaccinated & chipped require a little larger donation. We require the new owner spay or neuter the dog (if the dog has not already been) within a specified time period and vaccinate and license the dog in the county where they reside.

Dogs Up For Adoption.
http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/OR223.html

Current Impounds
Call 541.271.2100 (Reedsport Police Department) for information.

Contact Information
The best way to contact us is to send us a message on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Reedsport-K9-Shelter-122775771126516/

Call:
541.271.2100 (Reedsport Police Department) 24/7
or 541.662.2062 for the shelter manager

Dogs located at:
Port Dock Road, Reedsport Oregon 97467

Donate to Our Shelter...

Donations can be made at the Reedsport Police Department.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are a "By Appointment Only" shelter due to lack of funds. We do not have "open" hours. We instead allow low-pressure casual meetings with our dogs. Please contact us to meet the dogs.

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption fees range from $50-$200 based on how much money we have spent on the dog. All money goes directly back in to caring for the dogs, and we are run completely by unpaid volunteers.

1. Go to the Reedsport Police Department at 146 N 4th St, Reedsport, OR 97467, open 24/7. Ask for an application of the dog you like. You may turn it in right away, or keep it until you meet the dog(s). If you live out of town, you may skip this process and contact us first.

2. The best way to contact us is to message us on Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/Reedsport-K9-Shelter-12277 ) and set up an appointment to meet the dog(s). You may also call 541.662.2062 and leave us a message. We are open by appointment only.

3. Meet the dog(s) at the shelter. We are very low-pressure, and always encourage you to think about your decision. We would rather find a perfect match than try to get our dogs out fast. We are very open about the dogs' positive and negative traits and want you to know exactly what you are getting.