• Online Adoption/Foster Application for Dogs

    Please review the Adoption Policies and Procedures and complete the online form below or download an Adoption Application here

  • Dog Adoption/Foster Application

    In order to be considered for an adoption today, you must be at least 18 years of age, have a valid ID with current address; have your landlord’s name and telephone number (or lease); and be able and willing to spend the time and money necessary to provide training, medical treatment, and proper care for a pet. I understand that this application does not reserve this animal nor does it mean I am eligible to adopt from this agency.

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    Oregon Coast Humane Society wishes to place each of our pets into permanent, caring, and responsible homes. Your completion of this form does not guarantee that your application will be approved. Pets are always placed in homes that are compatible with their needs and personalities. Do you understand and agree that Oregon Coast Humane Society has the right to deny any application, for any reason, regardless of your relationship with the shelter?
    I understand that omission of information and/or failure to answer all questions and sign the application can result in this application being declined. Also, if an omission or untruth is discovered after an adoption takes place, I understand that The Oregon Coast Humane Society(OCHS) reserves the right to annul the adoption and reclaim the animal. I give OCHS permission to fully investigate the information provided as well as contact veterinarians and related officials. I understand that OCHS requires all adopted cats to be spayed or neutered. I agree to provide regular health care for the cat and am prepared to provide for this cat for possibly 12 years or more. I further agree to contact OCHS if I can no longer keep this cat. In addition, I understand the adoption decision is dependent on many factors; including but not limited to, the compatibility of the family and home of the individual animal, and other applications received on this animal. I understand it is OCHS’ prerogative to decide the home that is most appropriate and that their decision is final, and therefore I will not argue with the decision.