This is Zero. He is a precious and wonderful 3 year-old and has lots of energy. He has the waggiest tail there is! Zero needs a home with a fenced yard. He is protective over his toys and food. He is great with kids, but we aren’t sure how he will do with other dogs/cats. Zero is a cocker mix and we think his daddy may have been a corgi. His foster says “He’s one of the sweetest dogs I’ve ever met. Someone interested in a true companion dog will be very lucky to have this one! He’s a doll!”
Zero is neutered, up to date on vaccinations and is micro-chipped. If you are interested in meeting Zero, please fill out an online adoption application. Zero’s adoption fee is $250.
Posted 1 month ago at 7:09 pm. Add a comment
~~~~ There is an application for adoption pending for Coby~~~~
Hello there, my name is Coby. I was rescued from a hoarder and I am looking for a forever home where I will be loved unconditionally, as I will love you. I am neutered, microchipped, and up to date on all of my shots, and I am house trained. I obey commands such as come, down, and sit. I am about 2 ½ years old and I am a mix of Cocker Spaniel and perhaps another sporting or working breed, as I am a bigger than a pure bread Cocker and I look different too. I have the softest and most beautiful brown coat which just seems to float through the breeze as I run. I have a blue and a brown eye – very different indeed!
Because I am a very active dog I need a home where I will be able to run in a yard and have a lot of activity. Please do not put me in an apartment or a town home and hope that I will spend all of my outdoor time on a leash. Even though I am crate trained, when I need to be crated I have a large 3 x 3 ex pen so I have room to move around. My foster mom says that my manners are great and that I am a gentleman.
I came here really scared but now I am much more confident in most circumstances. I am very social and curious, but sometimes I still get nervous with new people. I can make adjustments once I know I can trust. I have been with young children in my foster home and I thought I would be ok with them. But when a nice family wanted to adopt me I got nervous with some children’s activity and I bit a couple of times. So maybe it’s not a good idea to put me with young children again. I also got very scared at a doggie wash so please don’t take me to one of those for a bath. When I meet new men it takes me a while to warm up to them so please be patient with me. I haven’t been around cats. I have been in a foster home with several other cockers and it’s a lot of fun. I would love to cuddle on the couch or in bed with you and sit at your feet as you work at your desk. I love to play and to be with people and with other dogs. I would like to have a dog buddy to live with, in addition to loving and understanding humans. I am obedient, listen carefully and learn quickly. I pull on my leash but my foster mom uses a harness and that helps me remember not to pull so much. If you keep working with me I will get better at leash training too. Actually, I am a wonderful, active young dog who would love a life filled with action, companionship, and family.
If you would like to meet Coby, please fill out an online adoption application. Coby’s adoption fee is $250.
Posted 1 month ago at 2:13 pm. Add a comment
Hello there! I’m Symba.. No I’m not a lion or a cat at all, as you can see! I’m told it’s a silly name for a dog but I like it! It makes me feel tough! I am a sweet and playful guy! I love to cuddle and give sweet kisses. I found a ball and a few Kong toys at my new foster home and I run back and forth between all of them. I love to chase them and chew on them and then will bring them right back to you to throw for me again. My foster mom said she is very proud of me. I got into town after a long trip from Kansas City, MO with a bunch of other doggies. My foster mom took me to her home where I met my new foster brothers and sister and even a couple crazy cats. She was a little worried after such a stressful day that I would be a little scared and that I wouldn’t be too friendly but I proved her wrong! I love my foster siblings and the cats.. well.. whatever they are just cats. I’d rather give my foster mom or foster siblings my attention. I am crate trained and have had to sleep in a crate in one of my past homes, I also slept on some blankets on the floor but this foster mom lets me sleep in bed with her and my foster siblings! I love it! I love car rides and will sit in the back seat very calmly. I know how to sit but I’m not too fond of staying yet but my foster mom said she was going to work with me on it.
Symba is about 5 years old. His foster mom believes he is a Cocker Spaniel/Corgi mix. He is a total sweet heart and a big goof ball! He is over weight and will need a family willing to help him lose some of it. He does seem to have energy and would love to go for walks and play at a park with a ball. We believe he would lose weight very easily. Right now he needs help jumping into the car and getting on the bed because of his weight. BUT… once you meet him you WILL fall in love with his BIG fun personality! If you are lucky he will even crawl in your lap and give you a kiss!
Symba is current on vaccinations, neutered and micro-chipped. He is potty trained and has not had any accidents!! He is great at letting you know when he needs to go out. Symba’s adoption fee is $250. If you are interested in meeting Symba, please fill out an online adoption application.
Posted 2 months, 2 weeks ago at 1:35 pm. Add a comment
This is Marcus! Isn’t he just adorable?!?! Marcus is about 7 years old. He is a beautiful apricot cock-a-poo. We believe there may have been some abuse by a male in his past. Marcus would do best in a quiet home with a woman and with no kids. Marcus has a bad hip and some lower back pain and will probably need to be on medication to help with this the rest of his life. Loud noises do spook him. He has been around other dogs and does okay with them but he might do best as an only dog. Marcus is a lover boy and needs someone that will love him unconditionally. Marcus is the beautiful apricot dog on the right side in the Santa photo.
RMCR will ensure Marcus is up to date on all vaccinations, he is neutered and micro-chipped for a new owner. If you are interested in meeting Marcus please fill out an online adoption application. His adoption fee is $250.
Posted 3 months, 1 week ago at 8:23 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 3 months, 4 weeks ago at 2:19 pm. Add a comment
Allow us to introduce you to Prince. He is a three year old male that came to us as an owner surrender. Prince’s paperwork says that he is a Cocker Spaniel/Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix although he favors the Cocker Spaniel. He is red and white and has a full tail. He weighs around 30 pounds.
Prince is a very affectionate dog who needs a lot of attention, love and care. He is like your shadow, will follow you everywhere and watch out for your move every second. He likes loving company and is good with dogs. While he is three years old, he still needs training as he wasn’t given too much attention before, but if he gets that, he will learn and follow your command. He seems very willing and eager to learn. He tends to pull on the lead when walking, but with training this can be avoided as well. The perfect home for him would have a fenced yard so as he loves to be outside.
Prince came to us unaltered, so he has an appointment with the vet for a neuter and for a dental cleaning. He has all of his vaccinations and will be microchipped. He is good with other dgos, but we’re unsure about cats. His personality leads us to believe that he would be good with children of all ages as long as they were well-behaved and respectful.
If you are interested in Prince, please make sure that you’ve completed an online adoption application. His adoption fee is $250.
Posted 4 months, 1 week ago at 7:24 am. Add a comment
Crash has multiple applications in progress and will most likely be adopted by one of those applicants. You may submit an application of your own, but please understand that he may no longer be available. Thanks!
Hi Friends! My name is Crash and I am a 9 ½ month old Cocker Spaniel Mix. My mom is a beautiful blonde Cocker Spaniel but when she was lost many months ago she became pregnant with me and my eight other brothers and sisters. When my mom was rescued she was found to be pregnant and when I was born it was clear that some other breed was my daddy. We don’t know for sure who my daddy was but my vet thinks that he was most likely a Cattle Dog. So I guess that makes me a Cocker / Cattle Dog mix. When I was three months old I was adopted from Rocky Mountain Cocker Rescue by a very nice lady who loving took care of me, we lived in an apartment. But after a while it became clear to us that I needed a yard to run in and another dog to play with. I just couldn’t get enough activity living in the apartment, even though my mom took me on two long walks every day and I would go to parks and other people’s houses and play in their yards. So we decided that it would be best to put me back into my rescue home and pray for a new forever home where I can have a fenced yard and hopefully another active dog with which to play. I don’t bite and I love people and children. I like toys, playing catch and I like other dogs. I really love to run and play. I am house trained and rarely have accidents in the house. I can spend some time in a crate when needed but please don’t leave me there for long periods of time. I like to rest and eat in my crate however. I know several obedience commands such as; sit, stay, down, off, and come. I leaned to sit and stay with a treat on my paw. I will also want to cuddle with you.
So if you think that I would be a good fit for your family please put in an online adoption application on our website today. I am sure there will be a lot of people interested in me because I am so sweet. Love, Crash
Crash is up to date on his vaccinations and is neutered and microchipped. His adoption fee is $300.
Posted 5 months, 1 week ago at 2:33 pm. Add a comment
My name is Little Guy. My real name is Kalalau, but Little Guy was so much easier for my foster mom! I’m a lively little 12 year old. I recently lost my family when they had to move and were unable to take me. Since I am a senior I have a few health issues but they are all managed with low cost medication. I have low thyroid and a mild heart condition, neither of which slow me down. I also don’t hear very well, but my sense of smell is amazing! I lived at 8,000 ft and was as active as the younger dogs in my foster home. I am good with dogs of all sizes and am not interested in cats. I am a great little companion who would love to be someone’s lap warmer. I ride well in the car and am good on a leash. I also know sit and down and can use a doggie door.
If you are interested in meeting Little Guy, please make sure you’ve completed an online adoption application.
Posted 6 months ago at 2:34 pm. Add a comment
ECHO HAS BEEN ADOPTED AND IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION!!
Echo is a one year old black and grey male Cockapoo. He was surrendered to a shelter in Arkansas. The owner bought him for her daughter who went off to college and left him behind. The owner couldn’t care for him, so he ended up coming to Colorado! He came to the shelter in fairly bad shape and had to be shaved except for his face. He is also fairly thin and needs to put on a couple of pounds.
Echo is up to date on all of his vaccinations and has been neutered. He is crate trained, but doesn’t particularly care for being crated. He is also house trained and is learning a couple of simple commands at his foster’s home. He’s fairly small, weighing only around 20 pounds. He seems to get along well with other dogs, but we’re unsure of cats. He would probably do best in a home without toddlers. Due to the many recent changes in his short life, he is still trying to find a bit of stability and the activity level of toddlers would probably add to his anxiety.
If you are interested in meeting Echo, please make sure you have an online adoption application on file. His adoption fee is $300.
Posted 6 months, 1 week ago at 2:41 pm. Add a comment
Lucy outside her new home
I came to my new home July 10th 2012. There were lots of things for me to explore. Since I live in a dog friendly neighborhood, there are a lot of friends looking at me and wagging their tails when we meet. I get frequent walks. I get to go to the Pearl St farmers market on Sunday mornings seeing lots of other friends. I have gone to Washington Park and walked a lot, rolling in the grass, meeting other pooches, sometimes barking at them.
Last weekend I went to the mountains and rode in the enclosed gondola up to the top where there was all kinds of action going on. I sat in Bens lap all the way up and down. Lots of people stopped to look at me saying that I was so cute. Children petted me. I was pooped out when we came home, but managed to watch Harry Potter in Ben’s lap.
I just got groomed and I smell nice. Some of my poodle fur was trimmed so at least I could feel good during the hot days.
At nights I go and get Ben and Cheryl’s shoes to keep them at my bedside. My bed has squeaky toys along with a rawhide bone for comfort. I often harbor and hide their shoes and then I bring out each shoe when I know I am going to leave for a walk. I have not seen the winter boots/shoes yet.
All in all, I am having fun! I wake up each day, wanting to play, eating and getting treats following Ben and Cheryl from room to room.
I am very happy in my new home!
Posted 9 months, 2 weeks ago at 10:19 am. Add a comment