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|Introducing Diego, a smokin' hot big boy that moved to the Cocker Inn from a shelter wearing a black leather collar with no tags. He is approx 3-4 years old and even though he weighs 42 lbs, he's in great shape. Go Diego, Go!||We have a new boy in the Cocker Inn, looking for a forever home. Dodger checked in with a luxating patella and had to have surgery. He is healed from that and is ready to go. This boy is full of energy and loves to play. He is about 2 yrs old. Artful Dodger will not pick your pocket, but he will certainly steal your heart. Will you be his new forever human?|
You'd never know it now, but when Ethan checked into the Cocker Inn, he was a little on the pudgy side, 32 pounds pudgy,
but that could be because of his
thyroid condition. He also had some skin problems, but
those too, may have been thyroid related. Once Ethan moved from a Houston area shelter to the Cocker Inn, where started
getting proper nourishment, medical attention and a big helping of TLC, things started looking up for him. After the first month we could see a marked
improvement. With continuing care, this guy looks like a completely different dog. Ethan has to take medicine every day
for his thyroid, but for the home
that doesn't mind a little extra medical attention, Ethan will return the love many times over.
Extra! extra! Read all about it! Harry can see! Quick to capture the hearts of all who met him, Harry was
evaluated and determined to be a candidate for cataract surgery. The surgery was successful and he is doing great!
Harry is a beautiful red coated active boy who can chase the squirrels he could only hear before. His namesake was
from the "Show Me State" so Harry's latest plea is "Show me my new home"! Come meet Harry and show him the love of
a forever home.
In March CSRET was notified about a black and white female that was found wandering the streets of Houston. She was
extremely matted and "overweight". Grooming revealed that Chloe looked overweight because she was about to deliver puppies.
Two days later, she gave birth to 6 bouncy puppies. 5 girls and one boy. Chloe spent the next eight weeks being a good mom and raising
her pups. The puppies have been weaned and Chloe has been spayed. Now Chloe is ready to go to a forever home.
Chloe had 6 mixed breed puppies. She did a fine job of raising her pups, but now it's time for the pups to move on to a forever home.
Cocker Spaniel Rescue of East Texas split the litter with SMART Animal Rescue.
CSRET took two, SMART took the other four. This cute little girl with a natural tail is Victoria, aka Tori. Her foster mom posted a
YouTube video of Tori and her sister, Gracie,
frolicking around the yard. The video is short, but it's sure to make you smile. We don't know anything about Tori's dad, but if you are
interested in giving Victoria a forever home, there are special rules for puppies, so be
familiar with them and submit your application through the Adoption Info page. For more information
on Victoria or Gracie, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Victoria and Gracie together
A Scout is:
-The Boy Scout Law
Scout is a 3-4 year old boy buff cocker spaniel/golden retriever mix. He has had some skin issues, but with medicated baths we have been able to clear up the skin and keep it healthy. Scout is a very laid back dog that loves to have his belly rubbed and snuggle with his mom. He collects every nylabone in the house so that he can have one at any time. He is housetrained, gets along with all the other dogs and loves kids. You can be sure Scout will be prepared to do his best to do his duty as your best friend and family member.
If you're looking for a basket full of love, look no further. Dr. Sheldon Cocker is a joyful 5-6 year old bundle of
joy who still has a lot of puppy in him. He loves older children and is doggy door trained. He loves rawhide
treats and chew toys but prefers to not share them with other dogs. He adores his humans and would prefer to be
an only dog. This guys is absolutely gorgeous and is a first class sweetheart! You'll get a big bang from Sheldon.
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Donovan arrived on 01/10/11 as a one to two year old. From the beginning he has been a very regal redhead.
Quickly we realized his problem was obsessive compulsive disorder manifested by tail chasing and pouncing on bright
lights. It's hard for a cocker to catch their nub of a tail! It is amazing what a very inexpensive medication does
for Donovan. Donnie might like one other dog as a companion but no small children or cats.
Donovan in the yard
Donovan in profile
Harvey came to CSR in July of 2011 when he was aged at two years. He is another of our obsessive compulsive disorder dogs.
We had a behavoiralist evaluate Harvey. He is now on medication that runs about $40 a month but makes a major difference
in his behavior. Harvey also likes a long run (2-3 miles) a day or a long walk. His foster mom reports that he's a great
running buddy, recently logging 15 miles in 3 days. After a brisk run he likes to relax a while, then he's up and at 'em. Foster
Moms says, "You should see how excited he gets when I get my running shoes out." Harvey should be fine children from ten
or twelve years of age up. He is a beautiful boy who will flourish in an active home.
Harvey on a woodpile
Harvey before grooming
Harvey after grooming
The following Cocker Kids have found their way into our foster home network, and are looking for their forever home. As we get more information on them it will be posted on this site.