This is Mollie and she has a sad start to her story… Mollie and her brother were abandoned when her family left their home in January. Someone did come and “adopted” her brother. Mollie was “adopted” for a little while too but the people that took her brought her back and dumped her back into the empty house. This is where Mollie’s story starts to look up… the sweet next door neighbor found Mollie and tried to take care of this baby as best she could. She wasn’t able to take Mollie into her home as she has dogs of her own. She did her best to feed and look after Mollie. Not long after this RMCR got a call to see if we could help find Mollie the forever home she so deserves.
We don’t know exactly how old Mollie is but we guess she is around 7-8 years young. She is spunky and loves to chase her ball and play with her foster brothers and sister. She loves to cuddle with her foster mom and her foster mom enjoys that quite a bit.. she feels like velvet! She gives sweet little kisses and just loves to be loved. She is potty trained and crate trained. She seems to adapt to new situations very well. She is a true little bundle of joy. She does fine with the cat in the house.. doesn’t even seem to notice he is there. We don’t know how she will do with kids but her foster mom thinks if she does end up in a home with kids they need to be over the age of 10. Mollie needs someone that will pamper and love her to bits!
Mollie is spayed and micro-chipped. RMCR will ensure she is current on all her vaccinations. If you would like to meet Mollie please fill out an online adoption application. Mollie’s adoption fee is $250.
Posted 1 month, 2 weeks ago at 9:38 pm. Add a comment
Here we have Paco and Pepe. These cute boys are being surrendered because their current family is moving and can’t take them. Paco is the red cutie and is around 7 years old and his current family describes him as very fun loving, funny personality, full of energy and always on the go. He loves all kind of toys and is a “kid” at heart. Pepe is the black cutie and is about 9 years old and is described as being a very mellow and loving dog. These boys have grown up together and we would love to see them placed in a forever home together but we are willing to seperate them if you only have room for one in your home. They will need training as they still have accidents in the house. Their current family thinks that they will do fine with some training, as they have never gone though any before.
These boys are neutered, will be brought up current on vaccinations and will be micro-chipped. If you are interested in meeting Paco and Pepe, make sure you have filled out an online adoption application. Their adoption fee is $250 each.
Posted 3 months, 1 week ago at 7:11 pm. Add a comment
Copper Kettle Brewing Company hosts “Pints for Purpose”.
Join us on February 26th from 3-9pm at Copper Kettle Brewing Company. Copper Kettle will donate $1.00 from every pint purchased during that time to Rocky Mountain Cocker Rescue.
Copper Kettle Brewing Company is located at 1338 S. Valentia Street #100, Denver, CO 80247.
Posted 4 months, 3 weeks ago at 2:19 pm. Add a comment
Hello! I’m Charlie. Yup, I am another one of those Oklahoma Rescue Dogs. Wow, I have never been treated as good as I have been since I got to Denver with RMCR! My vet here says that I am about 9 years old. She thinks that because of my teeth and my eye condition. I have a problem in my right eye in which the colored part of my eye, the iris, has started to leak over onto the white of my eye causing the pupil itself to close up. She thinks that I probably can see only about 10% out of my right eye. My left eye is just beginning to show signs of this also. She put me on Cyclosporine Eye Ointment which you will always have to put into my eyes every day, but that should help to stop or at least slow the progression of this problem, thus saving the rest of my vision. I have several little skin lumps that older Cockers get as they age but none of them are cancerous. I might have allergies and my vet is going to be looking into that. I have ear infections that are being treated and a little bacterial skin infection that my vet says will be taken care of with the antibiotics she has me on. She says it will take until about the middle of February to clear up these infections. I have some arthritis in my hips and I will probably have to be on something like Glucosamine but we haven’t started that yet. After I have my teeth cleaned and my ears deep cleaned the end of January we are going to look into the skin issues again and arthritis again.
After telling you all of that, please remember that I am so sweet and so gentle. If you want an older dog who is sweet and really wanting unconditional love, that’s me. I am well behaved and crate trained. I do get reminders to go outside to potty but I am following the rules and when I have an accident in the house my foster mom takes me out and reminds me where to go potty. I wasn’t really housetrained when I came here, as old as I am. Isn’t that sad? But I have had been learning and I will do well with potty issues with your help. I would like for the rest of my life to be happy and safe, and I would so love to be loved because I have so much love to give. I am doing well with the doggie companions in my foster home, and with the grown-up who are around. I just haven’t been with little kids, or cats, but I am so gentle that I bet I would be ok with kids.
Charlie is neutered, current on vaccinations and micro-chipped. If you are interested in meeting Charlie, please fill out an online adoption application. Charlie’s adoption fee is $250.
Posted 5 months ago at 2:38 pm. Add a comment
Love! That is what this face says!
This is Missy. She came to us as a Cocker mix mix but when you meet her it’s very clear she doesn’t have a bit of Cocker in her! But that doesn’t stop us from helping this little girl find her forever home. Missy is about 7 years old. She is shy and has some trouble trusting when you first meet her but don’t let that put you off.. She is very loyal and loves fully once she knows you won’t hurt her! She loves to play but her favorite thing is to cuddle!
Missy is up to date on her vaccinations and will be microchipped for a new owner. She is spayed and gets along well with other dogs and children.
If you are interested in meeting Missy, please make sure you’ve completed an online adoption application. Missy’s adoption fee is $250.
Posted 10 months, 2 weeks ago at 8:52 am. Add a comment
This is Punkin! She was an owner surrender to an animal shelter in Independence MO. It was apparent from the condition of her coat that she’d not had the best of care, so we’re pleased to have her here in Denver to find a new forever home.
The first thing we did was have her matted coat shaved so that she could start fresh and look like a Cocker again. The shelter thinks that she is a mix. She came to us spayed and has had all of her other vaccinations and is microchipped. Punkin is five years old and is doing well in her foster home with her foster brother and sister.
We are waiting for more information from her foster mom about her personality, but in the meantime, if you are interested in finding out more about her, we can put you in touch.
If you are interested in Punkin, please complete an online adoption application.
Posted 1 year ago at 6:54 am. Add a comment
Meet Zoe! Zoe was surrendered to RMCR because her family was moving and could not take her with them. Zoe has obviously been a family pet before. She is very calm and quiet in the house, but does get excited and yips when you come home! She is an older girl, we guess maybe 8-10 or so judging by her teeth, but she has plenty of life left in her! She has lots of energy to go for walks, and slips her head into the harness the minute she sees it and walks nicely on a leash. She knows what ‘go potty’ means and is house-trained (no doggie door!). She is fine being left alone loose in the house during the day. She sleeps on a dog bed and does not care for crates. She knows ‘cookie’ and ‘sit.’ She also knows ‘down,’ but sometimes forgets due to her interest in what’s on the counter (so she’ll help you make sure you have those leftovers put away!).
She gets along with other dogs, and is friendly to dogs she meets on walks. She enjoys nylabones and has shown some interest in squeaky toys. She loves all people, but can be a little timid and shy at first. We’re not sure about cats. She is very tolerant of having her ears cleaned, being bathed, and otherwise being handled. She has been spayed, had her teeth cleaned, is up to date on her vaccinations, and will be microchipped. Zoe is a sweet, gentle, loving little dog waiting for her new family. Could it be you?
Zoe loved her former family’s teenage daughter, so if you have a young lady in your home that is looking for a canine companion, perhaps Zoe would be a great match.
If you are interested in meeting Zoe, please make sure you’ve completed an online adoption form.
Posted 1 year, 2 months ago at 6:55 pm. Add a comment
Chrysy (short for Chrysanthemum) is almost eight years old and is finding herself looking for a new home. Her owner, who has had her since she was a puppy, has had to move into senior housing. The transition from a house with a big yard to a small apartment has been difficult on Chrysy. She’s black and white and weighs around 30 pounds.
Chrysy is spayed and fully vetted. She had a lumpectomy about five years ago, but has not had a recurrence. She is crate trained and leash trained, but does pull a bit. She’s initially a littlet wary of other dogs, but warms up very quickly. She enjoys attention from humans and prefers to be close by, sometimes even resting her head on her owner’s feet. She is a lovey lap baby, and she will be your shadows all day long. She loves playing with her stuffed toys, especially when someone with thrown them so that she can retrieve. She is a very gentle play pal.
Chrysy sounds like the perfect dog for a quiet home, preferably without very young children, however she is great with older children. Chrysy’s temporary home before coming to foster, had 2 cats and she did very well with them, if anything, they teased her. She is a very sweet lady and would love to be your lap warmer. Chrysy has the heart of a youngster and loves to play with you and her stuffed toy. She loves to ”puppy purr” at her toys when you try and get it from her. She is also adept at managing a dog door as well and is a pretty quiet little lady except when she wants to eat and then the tiny whimper tells you its time. Chrysy will make the perfect loving lap baby for some lucky family.
She is a lovely flower ready to bloom in a her new forever home.
If you are interested in meeting Chrysy, please make sure you’ve completed an online adoption application.
Posted 1 year, 5 months ago at 2:04 pm. Add a comment
Chelsea is a senior female that is looking for a new home. Although she is around eight years old, it’s hard to tell by looking at her. She doesn’t have a speck of gray! She’s active and very loving.
Chelsea is a small girl, only around 20-25 pounds. She’s mostly black with a little brown here and there. She is house trained and can be trusted off-leash, although we always recommend that dogs be on a lead in high traffic areas! She does have a thyroid condition that requires her to have daily medication that is reasonably priced. She is spayed and will be up to date on her vaccinations and microchipped for her new owners. She is an owner surrender. She is a darling girl that responds well to her name and knows basic commands. She’s starved for love and hopes that you will be the one that will give it to her.
If you are interested in meeting Chelsea, please make sure you’ve completed an online adoption application.
Posted 1 year, 8 months ago at 5:08 pm. Add a comment
Missy, a Cocker mix, arrived in the Rescue a scared, distrusting and defensive dog who had known life only as a too-small crate in the basement. After four months with RMCR, she had blossomed into a playful, happy, confident little girl who loved to be with her people. Nancy was looking for a new companion after losing her beloved Cocker, Copper, and expressed an interest in Missy. When Missy showed up to the adoption event, looking super cute after a trip to the groomer, Nancy fell in love! Missy’s foster mom knew it was a good match when Missy curled up next to Nancy after a few minutes with her, and then saw Missy trot off happily with Nancy to her new life. We wish Nancy and Missy all the best!!
Posted 1 year, 11 months ago at 6:55 pm. Add a comment