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Oregon Coast Humane Society
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Interview

4.

Submit Application

5.

Approve Application

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

7.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Interview

4.

Submit Application

5.

Approve Application

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

7.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Chesapeake Bay Retriever
Color
Gray/Blue/Silver/Salt & Pepper
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
(Current) 82 lb
Sex
Male
Pet ID
50409241

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Shelter

Oregon Coast Humane Society

Contact info
Pet ID
50409241
Contact
Address
Florence, OR 97439
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Interview

4.

Submit Application

5.

Approve Application

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

7.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

OCHS strives to place each animal in a home where the pet can thrive and have a life long relationship with their family. If there is an animal you are interested in adopting, you must complete an adoption application. Applications can be submitted online or in person at the shelter. Each application is reviewed to determine if the home is suitable for the individual pet’s needs. Arrangements will need to be made for you to meet the animal in person before your application can be completely approved. Some of our animals are in foster homes or are out of the facility for the day, please call ahead to ensure the animal is onsite for your visit. If there are any other dogs living in the home, a meet and greet with the new dog will be required. In the case of multiple applications being submitted for the same animal, the staff will choose the home that best fits the needs of the animal. Submitting an application for an animal is not a guarantee of placement. All adopters must be at least 18 years of age and provide a photo ID. If you rent your home, landlord approval is required. We reserve the right to perform a home visit prior to approval.
OCHS strives to place each animal in a home where the pet can thrive and have a life long relationship with their family. If there is an animal you are interested in adopting, you must complete an adoption application. Applications can be submitted online or in person at the shelter. Each application is reviewed to determine if the home is suitable for the individual pet’s needs. Arrangements will need to be made for you to meet the animal in person before your application can be completely approved. Some of our animals are in foster homes or are out of the facility for the day, please call ahead to ensure the animal is onsite for your visit. If there are any other dogs living in the home, a meet and greet with the new dog will be required. In the case of multiple applications being submitted for the same animal, the staff will choose the home that best fits the needs of the animal. Submitting an application for an animal is not a guarantee of placement. All adopters must be at least 18 years of age and provide a photo ID. If you rent your home, landlord approval is required. We reserve the right to perform a home visit prior to approval.

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Shelter Hours: Mon, Tue, Fri, Sat 11am – 4pm. Sun: 1pm – 4pm Closed Wed. and Thu. 2840 Rhododendron Drive Florence, OR 97439
Shelter Hours: Mon, Tue, Fri, Sat 11am – 4pm. Sun: 1pm – 4pm Closed Wed. and Thu. 2840 Rhododendron Drive Florence, OR 97439

More about this shelter

The Oregon Coast Humane Society, located in Florence, Oregon, is a no-kill shelter with intake limited to our housing capacity serving the animal welfare needs in Western Lane County. Comprised of volunteers and a committed professional staff, we are dedicated to assisting homeless and/or abused companion animals in our area. We also seek to educate people about animal-related issues such as cruelty and pet overpopulation. Originally known as the Florence Area Humane Society (FAHS), Oregon Coast Humane Society was founded in 1992 when a group of concerned animal advocates met to see what they could do to help the companion animals of the area. The shelter was completed and the first animals were moved from foster homes in August of 1996. In the next few years, changes were made to accommodate the increasing homeless pet population. The cattery was enlarged to improve the isolation and stray facilities, kitten and puppy nurseries were added to the second floor, and storage space was converted into a staff/meeting rooms, as well as an additional office. In the spring of 2016, the original name was changed from Florence Area Humane Society to Oregon Coast Humane Society to reflect scope of the area serviced by our shelter. This shelter is the only facility administering to the needs of the homeless cats and dogs within a 60 mile radius of its Florence location.
The Oregon Coast Humane Society, located in Florence, Oregon, is a no-kill shelter with intake limited to our housing capacity serving the animal welfare needs in Western Lane County. Comprised of volunteers and a committed professional staff, we are dedicated to assisting homeless and/or abused companion animals in our area. We also seek to educate people about animal-related issues such as cruelty and pet overpopulation. Originally known as the Florence Area Humane Society (FAHS), Oregon Coast Humane Society was founded in 1992 when a group of concerned animal advocates met to see what they could do to help the companion animals of the area. The shelter was completed and the first animals were moved from foster homes in August of 1996. In the next few years, changes were made to accommodate the increasing homeless pet population. The cattery was enlarged to improve the isolation and stray facilities, kitten and puppy nurseries were added to the second floor, and storage space was converted into a staff/meeting rooms, as well as an additional office. In the spring of 2016, the original name was changed from Florence Area Humane Society to Oregon Coast Humane Society to reflect scope of the area serviced by our shelter. This shelter is the only facility administering to the needs of the homeless cats and dogs within a 60 mile radius of its Florence location.