Nick: "Can't believe I met you only a few days ago. We have such chemistry!"
Nathan: "Don't we though? The running, the roughhousing, the gnawing on each other - makes for a really good time. But down to business. We have to get some CockerKids adopted."
Nick: "Speak for yourself buddy. I have someone interested in me. But I will share the details of my life. About a week ago I found myself in a homeless shelter! That is no place for a year old pup. Still don't understand why my owners never came to look for me. I was wearing a collar and neckerchief but no identifying information. I would describe myself as a fudgy chocolate color - very debonair if I do say. Loved my groom and bath. I'm a friendly fellow."
Nathan: "Hey, old man, don't be such a cocky cocker spaniel. I've got a couple looking at me, too. I am about six months of age and full of energy. I am a chocolate and white parti meaning my coat is partially white and partially chocolate. People just swoon at my amber eyes. I too was a stray in an animal shelter. No one was looking for me either. I can't understand why since I am smart - that doggy door did not baffle me long! My other notable attribute is my natural tail. But enough about us. How do people go about adopting the other CockerKids? We are all so cute there will be a lot of competition."
Nick: "Even though we make a great morning team, you do realize that if our respective adoptions come through, management will split us up. The Cocker Inn has an occasional bonded pair they like to place together, but in our case, people are free to adopt just one of us."
Nathan: "Yes, I know. I'm fine with that. So, if anyone is interested in adopting, please submit an application. Go to the www.cockerkids.org web site and click on Adoption Info in the navigation bar for the link to the application. Be sure to check the box indicating you have read the contract."
Nick: "Oh, and do actually read the contract."
Nathan: "Right. Fill in all the blanks - be honest, now- and click the submit button."
Nick: "A dog will "lick" the screen if your submission gets through successfully."
Nathan: "After it is received and reviewed you will be contacted by a human in management."
Nick: "Applicants should keep in mind that although applications are reviewed in the order received, management is looking for the best match for us. So please don't be disappointed if you don't get adopt one of us."
Nathan: "Nick and Nathan signing off, but one joke before we go. Why would it be great to own a chocolate and white cocker spaniel? Drum roll please. They like to parti!"
The Yankees are coming! The Yankees are coming!
Yankee Candles, that is. Here is your opportunity to buy Yankee Candles from Cocker Spaniel Rescue of East Texas. Yankee Candles make
wonderful gifts for your friends or for yourself!
There is more than candles - don't miss the flameless fragrances including scented snowflakes to make that artificial tree smell like
the great outdoors. Accessories include trays on which to set candles to preserve wood surfaces and countertops. Don't miss the jar
candle toppers to help your candles burn more uniformly. The car vent sticks and car jar air fresheners make great stocker stuffers.
Of course you will want to check out the candles. Your favorites will be there - Clean Cotton, French Vanilla, Beach Walk and others.
Special fall and winter scents are also available - Autumn Wreath, Spiced Pumpkin, Balsam and Cedar and more. If you are looking for
a variety of scents check out the Samplers votives.
Shop early and invite your friends to shop our on-line sale. Visit www.yankeecandlefundraising.com
Scroll down to the Start Shopping Box. Enter group number 990042840 and then click Start Shopping. Just click on the
navigation bar at the top of the page to see the selection of candles, accessories, flameless fragrances, car and small spaces, gifts and
seasonal items. Sale concludes on October 9, 2016. If you need help ordering contact
Thank you for supporting Cocker Spaniel Rescue of East Texas in our mission to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home cocker spaniels.
Fostering is the heart of rescue.
Here at the Cocker Inn®
our hearts are big. We want to unconditionally accept dogs
into our program. When we know we have a foster spot it makes that decision easier. Fostering makes rescue possible. The more foster
homes we have, the more dogs we save.
A foster home is a place where a dog can chill out, be evaluated, and rehabilitate whether it is a physical or behavioral problem.
CSRET provides the vet care and heartworm preventative.
Many people tell us, "Oh, I could never foster because I would fall in love and want to keep them all." Sure, we have all had "foster failures"
but doing rescue becomes addictive. Being part of the mission to save dogs' lives and seeing the joy a dog brings an adopter is a real high.
How can you look at the sad eyes of a cocker spaniel on death row and not be moved to foster it short term to save its life?
Please open your heart to fostering - between the shelter and a forever home is a special place called a foster home - your home.
E-mail email@example.com or call the
hot line at 713-208-1314.