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Cocker Inn® Directory

We welcome the opportunity to show the dogs outside of adoption days.
To schedule a visit, give us a call at 713-208-1314 or send an email to cockerinfo@swbell.net.
COME SEE US!!

PICTURE, BIO
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COMING SOON
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.
When Harlow arrived at the Cocker Inn she in no way resembled her namesake the beautiful, sexy actress Jean Harlow. A little scruffy around the edges, Harlow also has some skin issues. Perhaps a flea allergy or just poor food? No matter. We will get it cleared up and her beautiful blonde coat will return. We have learned she has low thyroid and will need an inexpensive thyroid medication the rest of her life. Do you have room in your life for this up and coming starlet?
Harlow after some time in the makeup chair
Rudy tootie fresh and fruity
This little guy's a downright cutie!

Rudy is a handsome 5-6 year old fella who came to us from a local shelter. He is currently undergoing heartworm treatment and will be ready for his forever home soon.

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay
My, oh my, what a wonderful day

Ashley is a 7-8 year old sweetheart who is always happy and wagging her pretty long tail. This sweet girl has a sunny disposition and gets along well with everyone. She came to us from a local shelter is is currently undergoing heartworm treatment. Once she is finished and we know that "ev'rything is satisfactual", there will be plenty of sunshine heading her way as she finds her forever home.

Wonderful feeling, wonderful day