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2,418 Cocker Spaniel Dogs have been adopted on Rescue Me!
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|Rescue Me ID: 14-12-09-00816Zoey (female)|
king Charles spaniel & cocker spaniel mix free to a good home. All shots are up to date. Papers included. No medical issues and spayed. My sister is going away to college and can no longer take care of the dog. Dog is 10 years old.
Marion County indianapolis, IN MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-11-06-00550Matt (male)|
Matt is an super adorable, sweet tempered red & white cocker spaniel. He is purebred and does have AKC papers. He was born without an elbow bone in one of his front legs but has learned to walk just fine without full use of it. His $150 adoption fee will go towards fixing his cherry eye and neutering him before he ships out. That way he will come to you all up to date, neutered and ready for love. He gets along great with other dogs, the cat and my 3 yr old son. He's just the sweetest little pup and needs a forever home. He may be special needs but his disability slows him only a little and not at all when it comes to sharing love and affection. (Less)
Vanderburgh County evansville, IN MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-11-03-00157Frankie and Barney (male)|
We have two special boys near and dear to our hearts who are looking for a new forever home. Meet Frankie and Barney. We have known these guys for a couple of years now. They were originally picked up and thought to be strays. They were taken to Natalie's Second Chance where they waited to be claimed by their family. No one came. Later we found out that the boys were not strays but roaming country dogs. We did eventually find the owners, but they were no longer in a position where they could take them back. Last Thanksgiving a very loving family took a chance on providing a country home for the boys. The goal was to get them better socialized so that they felt comfortable in their new environment and so that they could eventually be outside with indoor possibilities at night and during bad weather. Unfortunately, the boys have never adjusted enough to be trusted off leash even with an electric fence. This is no fault of the owners, and no fault of the boys. Frankie and Barney are a unique and extremely bonded pair who are shy, but very gentle, sweet guys. They have never shown any aggression around any animals or people. They are startled by many sounds and really just want to hang out with each other. They do like human interaction, but not at all like your typical dog. Like we said, they are unique. What kind of home are we looking for? Well, that's tough one. We would ideally like them to have the chance to be transitioned into indoor dogs, but we know that is asking a lot. For now we would be grateful for a home that would take them as they are with their funny quirks and let them progress at their own pace. We think that another friendly dog would help the boys adjust much quicker. A fenced in yard is a must. They like to burrow. So, the acceptance of a hole in your yard where they will nap is also a must. If they are outside dogs, they will need appropriate shelter that keeps them safe and warm. The new owners must also have the understanding that these are not lap dogs, watch dogs, or agility dogs. They are Frankie and Barney. Both boys are about 4 years old (litter mates), terrier/cocker/shepherd mix, about 45lbs., neutered, up-to-date on shots, and crate trained. We are asking that everyone share this post because we know that finding them a home won't be the easiest. We love Frankie and Barney and want the best for them. They have been the kindest most tolerant dogs, and we want to see them in a wonderful forever home. Anyone who would like to meet the boys should send us a private message with an email address. Thank you! (Less)
PawSwaP of Greater Lafayette
Tippecanoe County Lafayette, IN MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-09-29-00005Betsey (female)|
Who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks? Betsy Boo is a 10-11 year old cocker spaniel and beagle mix that was born and raised as an outside dog, but has learned the trick of adjusting just fine to life on the inside (of a house that is!). Betsy is a sweet and very shy girl that loves to snuggle on the couch and keep a look out in the front window for that dastardly mailman. Betsy takes some time to warm up to people but she loves other dogs and has no problems with cats. As a matter of fact, Betsy needs to be in a home with another dog. Being near her canine friends helps give her confidence and a feeling of security. When she gets to know you, she also really enjoys a good belly rub! Betsy doesn't really play with toys anymore, but she does enjoy sneaking toys away from her doggy buddies and sitting on them. We think she is getting a chuckle from hiding their toys! Betsy is fostered with 2 children and is fine with them, but she can get scared of big noises and if someone tries to approach her too quickly. She will only try to run away, though. Miss Betsy doesn't growl or snap. When Betsy came to us, she was heartworm positive but she has been treated and is doing well. Her teeth are also not in the best shape, but she can still eat hard food with no problem. Betsy is mostly housebroken and sheds very little. Betsy is spayed and up to date on her shots. Fill out an adoption application online at ITVRescue.org if you think that Betsy Boo would be the right addition to your home. (Less)
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Vanderburgh County Evansville, IN MAP IT!
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Cocker Spaniel Dogs can make good pets in Indiana if they match your IifestyIe. The American Cocker Spaniel is a sociable, sunny, affectionate breed. Cocker Spaniels are good gun dogs but are especially suited to be family pets. Cockers need human companionship, affection, and attention. Most Cocker Spaniels are wonderful around children. Cockers are usually easy to train but can be difficult to housebreak. Cockers are energetic and need lots of exercise, but can adapt well to an apartment or a home with a small yard.
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