Penny's story
FOCCAS is a foster home 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 First Interstate Bank OR walk through Ross Dress for Less. We can make other arrangements to see the pet, depending on the situation and foster homes..............
birthdate is:1/22/2008 weight 15#'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 goody bag, leash and collar......ADDITIONAL MEDICAL CBC/CHEM 6 BLOODWORK (good results), SHE IS DIAGNOSED WITH DRY EYE. AT THIS TIME SHE IS ON A MEDICATION CYCLOSPORINE (liquid given twice a day for life) or Optimmune ointment. She was treated with BNT ointment in her ears.
Ear infection/treated with BNT ointment
SHE IS DIAGNOSED WITH DRY EYE. AT THIS TIME SHE IS ON A MEDICATION CYCLOSPORINE or Optimmune ointment (liquid given twice a day for life).
What a doll baby. Her owner had to go into a care facility and the family who loves Penny had their own pets and knew she needed a home where she did not have to share laps. These are some notes from her former family and things foccas has observed. She has lived her life in a motor home, so she might appreciate a home with a doggy door and fenced yard. The foster home has this and she is learning but still unsure of what the doggy door is. She has been around kids and is good with them but at her age she would be fine without them. Maybe if they visit. She has been recently groomed.
She sleeps in the bed with the foster family and their 2 small breed dogs, and sleeps through the night. She does need reinforcement with potty outside. As many of these older dogs come in from senior humans we find they all need house training reinforcing. They just were not taken out as often as they should have been. She is getting a quality senior food.
Her issues will be her vision. She will need eye meds for life to give her eye some moisture. And her ears might have some infections but if you know to watch for these things you can monitor her health.

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