These pups were so cute, and they all had such adorable (and different) personalities! Thank you to Gulf Coast Cocker Spaniel Rescue for being part of our first Week of Rescues event. All of these cutie pies are in need of a forever home. Make sure to check out all the photos and the bios to see if any of these pups would be a perfect addition to your family!
Also, please remember that we are still collecting donations for our Week of Rescues event. These donations will be split evenly between the five participating rescue groups, and donations will be accepted until June 1. Click here to donate.
Cowboy is a 2 year old black Cocker Spaniel boy. He is quicker to warm up towards women than he is men, but with a little work he would be wonderful in a child free home. He is completely healthy and ready to be taken to his new home!
Marley is a 2 ½ year old blonde Cocker Spaniel boy. He is friendly with people and currently looking for a foster home or a foster-to-adopt home while he continues his heartworm treatment.
Maddie is a 4 year old black and white Cocker Spaniel girl. She is friendly towards people most of the time, but because of her vision loss due to cataracts she can be a little possessive with food and toys. Her vision problem is being treated and can’t wait to be in a new home. She is a little bit shy and would be wonderful for an empty nest home or adults without children.
Charley is a 2 year old blonde female Cocker Spaniel. She is very friendly towards people and is almost completely house trained (she can even use a doggy door!). Charley is available for a foster home or foster-to-adopt home until she completes her heartworm treatment.
Charlie “Chuckie” is a 2 year old black and white Cocker Spaniel boy. He is very friendly with other dogs and people and has a very docile nature. He is crate trained and is in the process of potty training. He is currently undergoing heartworm treatment and is available for a foster home or foster-to adopt home.
Corky is a 4 year old white Cocker Spaniel boy. He is friendly with other dogs and people and is completely house trained. Although Corky has glaucoma in both eyes and is blind in one, he can still see and loves to play. He cannot wait to be adopted!
Peyton is a 4 year old blonde Cocker Spaniel girl. She is friendly most of the time and is being trained to be around other dogs and people. Peyton is house and crate trained and with a little help, might be good for children in the future. She is currently undergoing heartworm treatment and is available for a foster home or a foster-to-adopt home!
Meet Lady Katy Cricket, a 2 year old, beautiful dog who has graduated from obedience school and knows basic commands. Weighing in at about 34 pounds, she is on the larger side and could stand to lose probably 6-8 pounds, so we’re working on that. Because of this and her energy level, she would do best in an adult only home. She appears to get along with most dogs her size or larger, but is not a fan of smaller, ‘yappier’ dogs. At one time, she was in a home with a resident cat, and was described as ‘respectful’ of her.
Faith is a 2 year old blonde Cocker Spaniel girl. She is very loving, shy, and gets along well with other dogs. Although Faith is blind in one eye and had a cataract in the other, she is getting treatment and will soon have vision back in one eye. She is ready for a home that she can grow in!
Buddy is a black 9 month old Cocker Spaniel mix boy puppy. He is friendly towards dogs, cats, and people and is house trained. He is a fast learner and already knows how to sit and lay down. Buddy is completely healthy and ready for his new home!