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 9 months, 3 weeks ago at 8:52 am. Add a comment
Hi! My name is Riley. I was born on March 30, 2012 along with 8 brothers and sisters. I am the only puppy left from my litter that is still looking for a wonderful forever home. Do you think I am the puppy for you and your family? I have been lucky because I got to spend a longer time with my mom, who is a beautiful blonde Cocker Spaniel, because my brothers and sisters were adopted earlier. But I don’t know who my dad is because my mom was lost in Missouri and after she was rescued then she had us puppies, and then we came to Denver when we were 10 days old. Many people think I look more like a little Lab puppy, but I am starting to get some longer hair on my ears like my mom. Anyway, I am very handsome and I have a gentle and loving personality. I am crate trained and potty trained but you will have to remind me to go outside. I can sit when you tell me to and I am learning to stay when asked. I am energetic, I love to play, and carry toys around. I am a good cuddlier and I love to give kisses and be with my family and companion dogs in my foster home. I am used to being loved and quite involved with daily life. Even though I will be greatly missed in my foster home, it is time for me to step out into the world. If you think I am the puppy for you please call my foster mom to ask if I can come to live with you. Love, Riley
Riley is up to date on vaccinations is microchipped, but still needs to be neutered when he reached the proper age. If you are interested in meeting Riley, please make sure you’ve completed an online adoption application.
Posted 10 months ago at 10:53 am. Add a comment
Buddy already has multiple adoption applications. You may continue to apply with the understanding that he may not remain available!!
This is Buddy, a three and one-half year old Cocker Spaniel/Shih Tzu Mix (Cock-a-Tzu). He is considered a “designer” dog.
Buddy is a VERY sweet boy that loves all the attention he can get. He does have energy and LOVES to be outside. Buddy will need a family that can spend time with him inside and outside. He does love to cuddle and sit with his foster mom as much as possible.
Buddy is housebroken, neutered and current on all vaccines. He gets along great with other dogs and cats. Buddy was turned in to the shelter by his owner because they have asthma and are allergic to him. RMCR will ensure he’s microchipped for you.
If you are interested in meeting Buddy, please make sure you’ve completed an online adoption application. Buddy’s adoption fee is $250.
Posted 10 months, 1 week ago at 12:25 pm. Add a comment
Hello! My name is Molly and I’m a precious, two-year old sweetheart. While my foster parents have some pretty good ideas what my life might have been like before I made the trip from a Kansas City shelter to their doorstep, they’ll never really know because I’ll never tell. I’m ready to leave all that behind me and start a life where I know I’ll be loved and cherished forever.
My foster parents tell me I’m a pretty special pup. Even though I won’t talk about it, they can tell someone treated me pretty badly for the first two years of my life. Like me, they can’t figure out why. I might be small (only 18 pounds!), but I have a huge heart and all I want to do is love and be loved in return. I’m finally learning what that’s like here in my foster home (and I sure am grateful!). I love to play and make people smile and laugh while I do it. I run like the wind and love to chase my balls and do everything else puppies love to do. When I’m not tearing around outside, I’m a calm, reserved little dream dog. I like to lie near my people, get lots of pets and be doted on like a princess. For the most part, I’m a really well behaved little girl.
I’m told I will be a highly desired pup, but I’m asking for a really special family to adopt me this time around. It’s important that my adopter understands that most of the people I’ve met haven’t been kind to me and I don’t always feel safe. I don’t have vision in my right eye so I can get startled if something sneaks up on me on that side (mostly, you’ll never even notice the vision is gone!). I need patience and encouragement to go outside when I feel scared. I am house-trained, but I need understanding and kindness when I have accidents. Mostly, I need unconditional love in a forever home. I’m easy to live with – I don’t take up much space and I love to cuddle and play with other cats and dogs (I don’t discriminate!). If you have older kids, that might be all right – I only ask that they are calm and gentle with me and when they are around me.
If you’re interested in meeting me, my foster parents would love to talk to you. They say when you see how precious I am, your heart will fill with love. I hope so, because I sure am ready to find a family to call mine forever.
Molly is a Cocker mix, possibly with Poodle, but we can’t be sure. She is spayed, microchipped and up to date on her vaccinations. If you are interested in meeting her, please make sure you’ve completed an online adoption application.
Posted 10 months, 2 weeks ago at 7:21 am. Add a comment
Lucy has been adopted and is no longer available for adoption.
Meet Lucy! We were told that Lucy is very guarded with food, bed, toys, spaces, etc., and that is why she was released to rescue. So far there has been no agressive guarding of any kind. She’s nearly five years old and quite small, weighing only around 15 pounds!
She figured out the electronic dog door at her foster home very quickly. She is used to being crated at night and is hesitant about coming out in the morning. She is a slight bit guarded about having someone reach in to get her but no agression so far. So far, she has done well with the other dogs in her foster home and she has been in a room with a cat and didn’t appear interested. Because of her alleged history (the shelter felt she might be a bite risk), we recommend a home without toddlers.
She loves to be brushed and will play with the brush and your hand when you try brushing her, she will mouth your hand gently. She absolutely loves playing with squeaky stuffed toys and balls.
She loves to be right beside you on the couch or bed. She has a quiet hoarse bark and very happy tail. She is very quick to respond when given a sit or down comand. She has been somewhat unsure of the recent changes in her life, so it has been a little difficult to get her to listen to any other commands.
Lucy is spayed and up to date on vaccinations. RMCR will ensure that she is microchipped for a new owner.
If you are interested in meeting Lucy, please make sure you’ve completed an online adoption application.
Posted 11 months ago at 8:13 am. Add a comment
Meet Oreo! He is a one year old black male of uncertain parentage. He was presented to us via email as a Cocker mix. Not sure how much Cocker there is in him, but there could be some other Spaniel. We think he may also have some Border Collie as well.
Oreo is definitely still a puppy. He is very energetic and loves attention. He’s completely house trained, up to date on all vaccinations, has beautiful white teeth and is microchipped. He has beautiful silky fur and loves to give puppy kisses. He gets along well with other dogs and has been great around children of all ages. We’re not sure about cats – he was at an adoption event recently next to a cat rescue and he was very interested in the cats. We doubt that he would hurt them, but he definitely wanted to play and the cats were not amused. Perhaps a home without cats would be best if for no other reason that for the sanity of the cat!
If you are intersted in meeting Oreo, please make sure to complete an online adoption applicaiton.
Posted 11 months, 1 week ago at 7:12 am. Add a comment
Meet Sassy (or as her foster family some times refers to her, Sassy Pants or Sassafras)! She is an adorable and VERY loving Cocker mix (her foster mom is pretty sure she is Cocker/Cavalier King Charles Spaniel). She is about five years old but acts younger. She is a beautiful white baby with some tan spots and a full tail. She has had a rough couple months. She was picked up as a stray and then was in a shelter for a while and didn’t get the love and attention every little doggie deserves and because of that is a little skittish. It is very clear that she was a house dog at some point. She does well on a leash (has not pulled when she is walked). She has not had any accidents in the house and is getting use to a doggie door. She is adjusting to life back in a loving home. She will be very happy to have a forever home where she can get lots and lots of love and affection.. She has done well with her foster brothers and sister but there have been a few little tiffs because she doesn’t like to share her foster mom’s attention. She might do best as an only dog. She has been exposed to a cat and does try to check him out but once he hisses at her she runs off and plays. She is most happy sitting on her foster mom’s lap and cudding right next to her at night.
Sassy is spayed an up to date on her vaccinations. She will be microchipped for her new owners.
If you are interested in Sassy, please complete an online adoption application.
Posted 11 months, 2 weeks ago at 5:55 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 11 months, 2 weeks ago at 6:54 am. Add a comment
Allow us to introduce Pedro! His foster parents are calling him Pete for short. He is a young neutered male Cocker mix (between 9-12 months). He is an absolute love dog who only wants to show affection. He is a kisser, a snuggler and warmed quickly to his foster parents. We can tell he came from a apartment or condo environment because he initially didn’t know how to go to the bathroom without being on a leash. He quickly adapted and is already past that. He is absolutely housetrained – he didn’t mess despite not going for the first several hours. He does like to be on the furniture and loves to sleep on the bed. He curls up and snuggles close.Shows no aggression toward the other dogs and appears to be just one of the guys although we have yet to see him play with toys.
Pedro is up to date on vaccinations and will be microchipped for his new owners. He’s a bit bigger than full-blooded Cocker Spaniels.
If you are interested in Pete, please make sure you have completed an online adoption application.
Posted 11 months, 2 weeks ago at 2:27 pm. Add a comment
BLANCHE HAS BEEN ADOPTED AND IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION!!
Blanche is a five year old Cockapoo that came to us from a Front Range shelter. She was dirty and shaggy, but they gave her a bath and look at the gem they uncovered! Here is what her foster mom says about her:
So, this is one of the sweetest dogs I have ever met. She did not come with a name so my son-in law started calling her Blanche (Blanche DuBois-Streetcar-”I have always relied on the kindness of strangers”). It works so that is what we are using for now. After all she has been thru and the extensive relocation yesterday, she settled in perfectly last night.
She is definitely food oriented but sat on 2 occasions with a 40-lb cattle dog and a 55-lb Sheppard mix and waited her turn while I hand fed them treats one at a time. She could care less about the cats and when I picked up her leash this morning she ran to the door knowing it meant a walk. She readily hops into the car for a ride and when we were walking she alerted to a rabbit but did not try to bolt. In fact I took her out in our fenced in back yard on a leash the first time but it was totally unnecessary as she followed the other dogs right back inside. She is curious about everything, and has not showed fear, aggression or anxiety about anything. She slept on the bed last night cuddling with me but appropriately respecting Molly’s spot on the bed. She has very definitely been socialized with both people and animals.
Blanche would be a wonderful addition to any family, but would love to be in a family where she could be the center of attention. She may need to be spayed – she has an appointment with the vet to determine. She is up to date on vaccinations and will be microchipped for a new owner.
If you are interested in Blanche, please make sure you’ve completed an online adoption application.
Posted 12 months ago at 2:22 pm. Add a comment