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Meet Miss Rayna, our almost 5-year old Rottie/German Shepherd Mix! She came to us 3 1/2 years ago from an owner surrender and is so scared of everything (men especially, loud noises, cars, delivery trucks, sudden movements, etc)! Who knows what she's gone through to get her to this stage; we basically have determined her unadoptable because of all her fears. After this many years, she has accepted her foster family as part of her pack, even though she still barks at her foster dad when he comes into the room from a dark room. Poor baby! She has too high a prey drive so NO cats! She dotes on her foster mom though and will allow her to do just about anything, including cuddle in the chair like the picture!
That doesn't mean that we don't provide her with food, vetting, and any other needs. She recently was seen by PAN's vet because she's been limping on her rear right leg for some time and it's not getting any better. She will probably be on meds for her pain/arthritis long-term which also requires bloodwork to make sure that her kidneys are functioning properly.
Rayna is spayed and micro-chipped and is kept current on her vaccinations. Our main page has her as our featured pet and feel free to donate or sponsor Rayna in our quest to make her life more pain-free.
Please consider helping Rayna out with her future. Click on the DONATE button (above) or you can use google Pay by clicking here! https:pay.google.com and send your donation to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also donate on FACEBOOK here https://www.facebook.com/panoregon/
- Very scared, protective, Special needs because of her needed surgery.
- COAT LENGTH
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs. Surgery for torn rear cruciate and long-term meds and bloodwork because of her injury.
- GOOD IN A HOME WITH
- Other dogs
- PREFERS A HOME WITHOUT
- Cats, children, other animals. Good at the foster home with 4 other dogs of both sexes and all sizes!
Pet Adoption Network is not a shelter and does not have a facility. Animals in our care are placed in foster homes while they receive medical attention and lots of love until they are up for adoption.
What are Adoption Fees Used For?
We've been asked numerous times about our "adoption fee" - Why are the rates different? or, Why so much? Our only resources are from adoption fees and donations. We do not receive any support from local government, or taxes of any kind. We also offer discounted fees for senior and disabled applicants.
Adoption Fees primarily pay for medical costs for our animals - they are always spayed or neutered or if too young, we follow-up to ensure that does take place, when appropriate. Surrendered pets are usually not up to date on vaccinations and we provide most all vaccines except Rabies. Microchips are implanted either with other surgery or separately. We also pay for special medications that a particular animal may require or treatment for neglectful situations they may come from. We also assist foster homes with collars, leashes, bedding, crates, kennels and environmental needs like a heated den if the dog has very short fur. Additionally, there are operating costs for supplies, registration fees and costs for staging events. We also incur some very high medical expenses for animals that come in injured that far exceed any adoption fee that we will recover on that particular animal, but when it is possible to ensure a quality of life, we do have a small reserve for extraordinary costs.
We DO NOT pay salaries for staff, all efforts are performed with volunteer assistance, on volunteer time, in personally owned vehicles. We occasionally pay transportation costs to volunteers, but not as often as they deserve. We do a lot of travel, doing home checks, transporting animals to their forever homes, and adoption events. We are committed to the animal and their well-being, making sure that they are adopted into a loving and able family.
Adopting a Friend
If you are interested in one of our adoptable pets, please contact us through the link listed in the pet's biography. You will be required to fill out an adoption application and if approved, we'll do a home visit and if all goes well, you can look forward to bringing your new friend home. Adoption fees vary. If the animal is too young to be spayed/neutered, a spay/neuter contract will have to be signed. We will follow up with you when the animal reaches the appropriate age. We want both you and your new furry friend to be absolutely happy!
Donations are always welcome: Many of the animals that we take in are strays and may also have extensive medical needs, including getting them current on vaccinations, spaying and neutering them (of course), dental work, etc. To make a donation contact Debbie at email@example.com or click on the PayPal Donate button.
You can also "sponsor" a dog if you have a favorite... once you're at their page you can find the purple Sponsor button above the pictures on the right hand side.
PAN is still participating with iGive You can participate by registering with iGive to help provide donations to our organization. All you have to do is register and then shop on-line... how simple is that!
If you shop on-line, please register with iGive (link below) and then PAN will receive a small donation every time you purchase something at your favorite on-line store. It's a "WIN-WIN" deal, so please help PAN by registering today!
A special thank you to the Gus Hawthorne Foundation for their generous grant donation toward our medical expenses. Thank you very much!! To learn more about the Gus Hawthorne Foundation please visit their website here >>> http://gushawthornefoundation.org/
Pet Adoption Network would also like to thank Dr. Thomas and Dr. Vaughn and the wonderful, caring staff at All Creatures Great and Small Veterinary Clinic for their quality vet expertise and their compassionate attitude with our rescue dogs, foster families and PAN members!!!
And a Great BIG THANK YOU! to...
* Petco - Corvallis and Albany Stores * the Petco Foundation * Heartland Humane Society * Willamette Humane Society * Safehaven Humane Society * Rivers Edge Pet Medical Center * Nora Gibson & Klip-n-Kritterz Grooming * Linn County Animal Control * *Dr. Arlene Brooks at Homestead Vet Clinic and the * Last Chance Club * and especially all of our FOSTER FAMILIES!!!
Fostering for PAN
We are always looking for Foster Homes
PAN does not have a shelter and works exclusively out of foster homes, which are always in short supply. Foster Homes provide a lifeline for our adoptable pets while we become acquainted with their needs and capabilities, and search for their forever home. We are able to provide some resources to our foster homes, and we do conduct home visits before placing animals.
Our greatest need is for Rescue Foster Homes. Save a life! Become a rescue foster parent for dogs of all sizes, cats and kittens. Please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about fostering an animal in need.
Don't have time or space to foster, but still want to help? Your donation will help us with veterinary costs, toys, beds, special diet foods and so much more! You can also "Sponsor-A-Pet" by clicking on the button on each animal's page!!
Click here >>> ...to download the PAN Foster Application.
This opens a "Save As" dialog window.
*Navigate to the folder where you want to save the application.
*Click on Save.
*Open the application and fill out.
*Save your work!
*Email the completed application to email@example.com