My name is Angel Lynn!

Australian Kelpie Mix Dog for adoption in Coos Bay, Oregon - Angel Lynn
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Friends of Coos County Animals Inc.

Facts about Angel Lynn

  • Breed: Australian Kelpie Mix
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 35111693
FOCCAS is a foster based rescue group in Coos Bay, Oregon. (on the Oregon Coast) None of these animals are located in the animal shelter, they are in our homes, being treated like our own pets. We show them for adoption on Saturdays 10-4 in Pony Village Mall in North Bend, Oregon. We are next to Sears, you can enter through the end by Bank of Cascades OR walk through Ross Dress for Less. We can make other arrangements to see the pet, depending on the situation and foster homes..............

***if this is a mixed breed dog many times we have to guess at the possible breed mix**.......

aprox birthdate is: 4/16/2014 weight 50#'s. Her adoption fee is $150.00 The adoption fee includes spay, da2pp vaccine(s), bordetella vaccine(s), rabies vaccine, dewormed, flea treated, 24PetWatch microchip with registration, free 30 day Shelter Care pet insurance, free vet wellness checkup with a choice of 13 veterinarians, Coos County Dog License, doggy goodie bag, leash and collar............

Angel has been around a lot of different situations. Her family had some financial problems and needed to find her a home. These are notes they wrote. Loves walks and to play with a stick. Loves small to medium beef bones and is protective of them. Will not eat a big bone...Will herd animals because of her breed. and will try to herd people. Loves hiking. She is also protective of you the family and the car which would be good if you are in a new area. She likes to take shower better than baths. Loves to catch fly's and bugs (ick). When meeting people she will jump on them so she needs better manners. She has been an indoor dog and will get cold easily. She will sit and give kisses and say she is sorry. Very intelligent. After being in a car she will lick and bite the tail pipe. We have tried to stop her but cannot. She has been around kids 2 and up but because of her excitability maybe older children would be better, especially if she starts to herd them. She has been around guinea pigs. FOSTER FAMILY UPDATE...The foster family has a small home and yard but big enough for some dogs. But she has 3 very large dogs and Angel so after a few weeks Angel was starting to herd the resident dogs and they did not appreciate it. One is trying to avoid her. Update on the children, definitely children at least 10 and up. INFO ABOUT THE BREED...Kelpies are great with kids, easy to train but have lots of energy and can be too much for some people. Kelpies are a hardy breed with few health problems. As of 2015, Australian Kelpies have been accepted by the AKC as Herding Dogs allowed to compete in AKC sanctioned Sheep Herding Trials. By 1990, Kelpies have been trained as scent dogs with good success rates. In Sweden they are widely used for tracking and rescue work. The ancestors of the Kelpie were simply (black) dogs, called Colleys or Collies. The word collie has the same root as coal and collier (a ship). Some of these collies were imported to Australia for stock work in the early 19th century, and were bred to other types of dogs (possibly including the occasional Dingo), but always with an eye to working sheep without direct supervision. Kelpies are partly descended from Dingoes, with 3-4% of their genes coming from the native Australian dog.

About Friends of Coos County Animals Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

Our Mission Statement.....
Friends of Coos County Animals, Inc. (FOCCAS) is organized exclusively for charitable purposes, and specifically to support and enhance services for the Coos County Animal Shelter including organizations and causes that promote animal welfare. We started in August 2005. To date we have adopted about 300 animals a year. One of our biggest programs is our Community Outreach Program where we help the families in financial need to spay or neuter their pets or the stray/feral cats or even with emergency medical care or euthanasia.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

please check our website, under Pet for Adoption. also have an event page to keep you up to date as to what our adoption events will be. We also attend the local festivals in August and September. Our adoption site is on Saturdays 10-4 at Pony Village Mall in North Bend, Oregon. We are inside the mall close to JC Penny's.

Our Adoption Process...

We have an interview process and at times you mayl need to fill out an application. These are available on our website. We do our best to match the family to the pet and the pet to the family.
Our adoption fee for the cats is $75 each, Two for $125. The dogs fee starts at $150. This includes spay or neuter, all vaccines to age appropriate and current, flea treated, dewormed, microchip with registration, vet examined. Any other medical care is included if it was needed, hernia repairs, dentals etc.We do have an adoption contract and we will give medical records at the time of adoption. We do have a policy that if you cannot keep the pet for whatever reason, even years in the future we will take it back. Our phone number is a voice mail only line 24/7 so please leave a message and someone will return your call as soon as they can.