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Cocker Inn® Directory

We welcome the opportunity to show the dogs outside of adoption days.
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The homeless Cocker Kids featured below are safely in our rescue program, but they aren't immediately available for adoption. They are all currently undergoing some type of evaluation or a medical procedure and we prefer they stay with us through recovery. If one of the ailing CockerKids appeals to you, feel free to submit an application for that dog and we will work out the details of how you can provide the pup's forever home.
If you're looking for a little guy who's as cute as the dickens, we've got him.....really! Dickens is an adorable little guy who may have some Tibetian Spaniel or Cavalier King Charles in him but regardless of his mysterious bloodline, he is quite the character. He was a bit under the weather when he checked into the Cocker Inn but is on the road to feeling better. Very soon now and he will be ready for his forever home. Alfie is such an appropriate name for the youngest resident of the Cocker Inn. Alfie means "little elf" and Alfie is definitely that! He is four to five months old and just full of energy. He demonstrates intelligence - he learned the doggy door within minutes of watching other dogs go through. And his big, brown eyes captivate everyone. We are working on housebreaking but he keeps his crate dry overnight. Alfie's natural tail wags all the time. He is friendly and gets along well with other dogs. Remember, we scrutinize puppy homes very closely, so get your application in and good luck.

Alfie has been moved to the Medical Wing of the Cocker Inn because he has developed crystals in his urine which will take at least 6 weeks to dissolve. After that he will be on prescription food the rest of his life. We also have some concerns about how well his kidneys are working so he will stay in rescue for now. No decision will be made about his adoption. You are welcome to join the line of applicants for him but his release date is uncertain. Currently he is doing well and is happy.
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Liberty, named for one of the inalienable rights guaranteed to Americans, was sprung from the shelter on July 3. She may have a bit of a stay in rescue since she is heartworm positive. If you ask me how long I'll be your friend, my answer will be "I don't know" cause I really don't know which one is longer. Forever or Always.
-Charlie Brown

Snoopy is a friendly 5 year old buff and white male who wants to be your friend forever AND always. This little gentleman weighs 35 lbs and gets along well with other dogs. He was a bit shy when he checked into the Cocker Inn but he blossoms more every day and is becoming an Inn favorite. He is currently going through heartworm treat and should be ready for his forever home soon.