Rocky Mountain Cocker Rescue, Inc.

Smudge 14-105:Adult

** ADOPTION PENDING **

Smudge is an 8-year old Red & White female Cocker Spaniel who will be available after her initial veterinary exam.

More info will be posted after her behavior assessment is performed. She gets along with other dogs and has been wonderful around a male toddler.

Prior to adoption, Smudge will be micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Smudge to see if she is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Smudge’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 17 hours, 43 minutes ago at 11:39 pm.

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Tinker 14-101:Adult

** JUST ARRIVED **

Tinker (bell) is an 8-year old Buff female Cocker Spaniel who will be available after her initial veterinary exam. Her previous owner left her behind when moving to another state. Tinker was cared for by a veterinarian hoping the owner would return…it is now 2 months later.

More info will be posted after her behavior assessment is performed. She gets along with other dogs and has been wonderful around a male toddler.

Prior to adoption, Tinker will be micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Tinker to see if she is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Tinker’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 2 days, 21 hours ago at 7:35 pm.

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Angelina 14-104: Sr

** JUST ARRIVED **

Angelina is a 13-year old Black female who will be available after her initial veterinary exam.

More info will be posted after her behavior assessment is performed.

Prior to adoption, Angelina will be micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Angelina to see if she is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Angelina’s adoption fee is $150.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 2 days, 21 hours ago at 7:33 pm.

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Grasshopper 14-103: Sr

** ARRIVING SOON **

Grasshopper is a 10-year old Black female with one eye who will be available after her initial veterinary exam.

More info will be posted after her behavior assessment is performed.

Prior to adoption, Grasshopper will be micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Grasshopper to see if she is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Grasshopper’s adoption fee is $150.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 2 days, 21 hours ago at 7:32 pm.

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Rusty 14-050: Adult

Update: 26 Aug 2014

Rusty is the definition of a truly devoted companion dog. He is trusting a loving and wants nothing more than to be by your side. He has been on many adventures in his foster home from kids sports events to camping and paddle boarding. He travels very well in the car. While his foster home continues to crate him when left alone to aid in his transition to his forever home, they feel that he could be trusted out of the crate now that he has truly settled in. He doesn’t leave your side when outside, but loves to explore the smells and surroundings. In his ideal home he would be the only dog or maybe have one other dog that he could co-exist with; his owners would not be gone for long periods of time; and his owners would not have small children around on a constant basis. Rusty is ready to go to the moon with you if that is what you want to do, or just lay on the couch all day. As long as he’s with you, he’s happy!

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Rusty lived a sheltered life with the same person for all of his 9 years until his person passed away. Rusty was a wonderful, sweet, loving companion, but didn’t get much socialization. He is a bit timid and shakes a little with nervous, but he L-O-V-E-S attention. He has been through some recent changes so his nervousness is understandable, although he is making improvements daily while being exposed to many new outings and people. His foster home has active smaller children. He loves them but prefers to be approached slowly or be allowed to approach them. He nudges at you to pet him, wanting to be around his people all the time. He loves hanging out in the yard with his family, just finding a cool place to hang out in the shade and watching all the activity. Rusty doesn’t run off; not needing a lot of exercise, but enjoying his leashed walks. He does sleep at the end of his people’s bed at night.

Rusty is house-trained. He adjusted quickly to his foster home and became very relaxed and mellow within just a few days. Because of his minor separation anxiety, he must be crated when his people are gone. While the crate isn’t his favorite place, he will go inside it and wait for you to return. He definitely prefers to be near your feet, next to you on the couch… or on your lap. He is not a constant barker, but may whine/howl some when left alone; his anxiety leads to more panting than barking/howling. You rarely hear him bark when his people are home

Rusty gets along with other dogs, but prefers to be the center of attention, he wants ALL the lovin. Rusty would do best in a home where the people are not gone for long periods of time. Because of his past, he needs an understanding family willing to be patient yet confident while he adjusts to all the exciting things life has to offer. Rusty wants is definitely a dedicated, loving companion who wants a person just the same in return.

Prior to adoption, Rusty will be micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet him to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Rusty’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 5 days, 23 hours ago at 6:09 pm.

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Joey 13-041: Adult

** JUST ARRIVED  **

Joey is a 7-year old tri-color male Cocker Spaniel who will be available after his initial veterinary exam.

More info will be posted after his behavior assessment is performed.

Prior to adoption, Joey will be micro-chipped, neutured and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet Joey to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Joey’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 1 week, 3 days ago at 7:16 pm.

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Kloe 14-100: Adult

** JUST ARRIVED  **

Kloe is a 9-year old Buff female Cocker Spaniel who will be available after her initial veterinary exam.

More info will be posted after her behavior assessment is performed.

The following info is from her previous owners, “Kloe loves to have her humans throw the ball and let her play fetch. She constantly pulls on her leash and could use some more training. She is also familiar with sleeping in a crate. She lived with 3 small children but is constantly taking food out of her hands. She may do better with older children or needs to learn her role in the family.”

 

Prior to adoption, Kloe will be micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Kloe to see if she is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Kloe’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

 

Posted 1 week, 3 days ago at 7:07 pm.

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Gibby 14-099: Young

*** ADOPTION PENDING***

Gibby is a one-and-one-half year old Black male Cocker Spaniel who will be available after his initial veterinary exam.

More info will be posted after his behavior assessment is performed.

Prior to adoption, Gibby will be micro-chipped, neutured and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet Gibby to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Gibby’s adoption fee is $350.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 1 week, 3 days ago at 7:06 pm.

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Mimi 14-098: Adult

** JUST ARRIVED  **

Mimi spent her first four years of her life in a neglectful home, being left outside in the CO weather and when she would get out of the yard (because she was unattended), she would be caught and mistreated when taken home.  She was rescued by a neighbor and spent the next year of Mimi’s life learning what love means. It’s amazing what kindness will do for a dog!

Mimi is now 5 years old, and is a sweet, loving, playful little dog, with the cutest tiny bark you’ve ever heard!  We were told she doesn’t do well with toddlers, although she does love all people, even those she meets on walks, but she doesn’t like having tiny people pull and squeeze on her and will snap at them.  She is now held and cuddled daily by her foster mommy and daddy; she reciprocates with lots of kisses!!  Mimi gets along with other dogs her size.  She is a growly player and likes to chase balls and play the “attack hand” game.  She rides very nicely in the car and walks well on a leash.  Mimi has a fairly pronounced underbite, so she often has her “little bulldog” face on!

She believes all sofas are made for her and loves to sleep on her human’s bed at night.  She is housetrained, currently living in a home with no doggie door. She also does well roaming in the house during the day.  Mimi weighs 28 pounds and has a long, beautiful, feathery tail that wags constantly.  Mimi is a darling girl, and will make a wonderful companion for people who treat her with kindness and love.  Is that you??

Prior to adoption, Mimi will be micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Mimi to see if she is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Mimi’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 1 week, 3 days ago at 7:06 pm.

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Godiva 14-096: Adult

** JUST ARRIVED  **

Godiva is an 8-year old Chocolate female Cocker Spaniel who will be available after her initial veterinary exam.

More info will be posted after her behavior assessment is performed.

Prior to adoption, Godiva will be micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Godiva to see if she is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Godiva’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 1 week, 3 days ago at 7:05 pm.

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Charlotte 14-095: Adult

** JUST ARRIVED  **

Charlotte is a 8-year old color female Cocker Spaniel who will be available after her initial veterinary exam.

More info will be posted after her/his behavior assessment is performed.

Prior to adoption, Charlotte will be micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Charlotte to see if she is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Charlotte’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 1 week, 3 days ago at 7:04 pm.

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Hugo 14-036: Young

Are you looking for an Agility dog – one who loves to run and jump and spring into the air?

Hugo can jump very high and run as fast as ever. We were told he was a 2-year old Cocker-mix, but we believe he is either an English Setter or a Munsterlander. Although he had no obedience training until he came into rescue, he is amazingly well-behaved and listens with his heart wide open. When first in rescue he had no idea how to play or what to do with a ball or a toy. Hugo is a very active young dog who does require a good size yard with at least a 6-foot privacy fence. He has been known to jump over a 6-foot fence when he is on a mission: getting a squirrel or his foster dad leaving the driveway. Thankfully he has good recall and comes when called.

Hugo’s life started as an outside dog where he was alone and no one available to give him any attention or love. He developed a habit to bark, hoping his bark would get someone’s attention. He was ultimately taken away by animal control where he lived in a shelter for more than a month.

After being rescued, Hugo was kind but often acted like a wild child running from scary things and looking for safe hiding places. Through daily consistent repetitive training exercises, his behavior began to improve. He learned how to sit, wait, get off, and get down but may need a reminder as his excitement gets a hold of him and he forgets. His leash manners have greatly improved. The human on the other end of the leash needs knows how and when to remind him if he forgets his manners.

At first, Hugo did not know how to play or have fun; he was afraid of other dogs and would run and hide from everyone. He now gets along relatively well with his foster doggies. He does have food and bone guarding issues, so it’s important to feed him separately from others. Hugo appears to have some herding instincts. Hugo observed his foster mom directing a litter of puppies into their crates. Within just a few days, Hugo began herding them toward their crate – gently nudging them with his nose. As the puppies grew, Hugo could be found running and playing with them, even letting them jump on and over him, playing to their hearts content.

Recently, some 8-17 year-olds starting agility experiments with Hugo. He jumps over a 3 foot garden fence, sits, receives a reward, then does it again. He also loves to run on the patio railing and find a place to perch like a rooster smelling into the air and looking for who knows what. He will bark loudly however out of excitement until he is corrected for barking.

Hugo can be a little mouthy but this too has decreased considerably by not doing things to him where he feels threatened and has to nip. At times, if he doesn’t like what you’re doing, he might put his mouth on your hand. With proper understanding by his family and others, this can be avoided. Because of this, his physical strength and his need for a high-activity lifestyle, we recommend a family without babies or toddlers. With continued consistent training with manners and rules, along with plenty of activities, Hugo will continue to learn how to be happy.

If you are an active person/family and want an Agility Dog, Hugo is sure to bring you many ribbons for many years.

Hugo is micro-chipped, neutered and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet Hugo and continue to help him adapt to a happier life, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Hugo’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well being of the dog.

Posted 3 weeks ago at 8:41 pm.

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Petey 14-088 : Young

** JUST ARRIVED  **

We were told that Petey is 8-years old, but three different Colorado Springs Veterinarians guessed his age at 2.5 yrs, 3 years, and 4 years. He acts like he is a young boy and loves to play and run, run and play and travels everywhere with his ball.

More info will be posted after his behavior assessment is performed.

Prior to adoption, Petey will be micro-chipped, neutured and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet Petey to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Petey’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

 

Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago at 10:34 pm.

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Freckles & Reggie:Adult

Reggie is a 5-year old Black and White Cocker who came into rescue with his life-long buddy, age 6.5 yrs, Red & White; both neutered males. These boys were tested apart for 5 days and we decided they are BONDED, meaning they must be adopted together- Freckles missed his buddy Reggie. Freckles has a beautiful Red & White coat. Reggie could lose at least 5 lbs,  and is White with Black. Both dogs get along with other dogs, enjoys humans of all ages, are house-trained and show excellent house manners.

Both boys are micro-chipped, neutured and up-to-date on their shots. If you would like to meet them to see if they are a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Their combined adoption fee is $600.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

 

Posted 3 weeks, 2 days ago at 7:35 pm.

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Emmitt 14-066: Adult

 

Emmitt is a wonderful 8-year-old male Cocker Spaniel who is a joy to have in the house.  He is active but also willing to just hang out.  Emmitt was given up because of severe anxiety issues.  While I would like to say that he doesn’t suffer from anxiety, I can’t.   He doesn’t like the crate and he doesn’t like riding in the car.  He is on medication to deal with the anxiety and we are working with the vet to try and dial in the correct dosage.  We are also working with him on becoming more comfortable in his crate and also in the car.  He eats in his crate and is not at all reluctant to enter when it’s time for dinner.  We are also working on small amounts of crating during the day with treats being dropped in, but he may be one of those dogs who is much happier not crated.  We are giving him free rein of the house when we are gone for short periods of time.  We have had no accidents or issues with things being destroyed.

While Emmitt has a some issues, he is the sweetest boy.    He gets along well with our other two Cockers.  They all play ball in the morning.  He walks well on a leash (we are using a halter).  He has the cutest bark which makes me laugh every time I hear it.  Emmitt is very affectionate and usually not demanding.

He would make a great addition to a home where people are home most of the time and with someone who will have some patience in dealing with his anxiety issues.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Prior to adoption, Emmitt will be micro-chipped, neutured and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet Emmitt to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Emmitt’s adoption fee is $300.

 

Posted 4 weeks ago at 7:30 am.

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Millie 14-091: Adult

** JUST ARRIVED  **

Millie is a 3-year old Red & White female Cocker Spaniel. She loves to play with toys, and gets along with her two Cocker sisters and her Bloodhound brother. Millie only chases the cats when the other doggies do. Millie walks well with the pack and enjoys her daily walk. She is perfect walking with a haltie or gentle leader.

Millie had a hard time transitioning into assisted living with her owner. This stress caused her to have separation anxiety, deeming it necessary for her to take medicine to help calm her when left alone. We are trying to help her overcome her stress by adding natural remedies. Millie had skin and ear concerns but is now on a three-month veterinary prescribed diet. Millie’s skin and ears now look great.

Millie would do best where someone is home most of the time along with having the patience to help her overcome her separation anxiety.  She will do well with older children or just as good with a laid-back doggie friend! Millie forgot some of her potty training, since she wasn’t getting let out frequently enough but she is doing well with the consistent re-training.

Millie is looking for her perfect forever home, is that at your house??

Prior to adoption, Millie will be micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Millie to see if she is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Millie’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

 

Posted 1 month, 1 week ago at 11:12 am.

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Whizzer 14-090: Adult

** JUST ARRIVED  **

Whizzer is a 7-year old Black & Tan male Cocker Spaniel who will be available after his initial veterinary exam.

More info will be posted after his behavior assessment is performed.

Prior to adoption, Whizzer will be micro-chipped, neutured and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet Whizzer to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Whizzer’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 1 month, 1 week ago at 11:07 am.

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Bernie 14-087: Adult

 

Bernie is a tall, 5-year-old, 24 pound,  Black & White Cocker Spaniel mix and is very sweet, gentle and cuddly. We were told he was mixed with a Poodle, but he just isn’t showing any Poodle.

We have the good fortune of having him after his previous family lost their home. He loves his people and wants to be wherever his foster Mom is. He is great with his foster-doggie siblings. He used to live with a smaller dog and was raised around small children and toddlers so he is very careful around them. This extra care shows his love for them; he will also protect them with a bark if he thinks they are in distress. He loves to carry his toys to bed, but is not a fetch-the-ball/toy type of guy.

Bernie is improving daily after arriving with a severe ear infection and enjoying the benefits of a grain-free diet. Bernie will become stressed if you put him in a crate, but will sleep quietly next to your bed or in the doorway attempting to keep a look out for you. If you let him, he’ll be more than happy to join you on the bed or couch, and belly rubs are his drug of choice!

Bernie has a Merle coat and some blue spotting. When his big beautiful brown eyes look at you, it is with love and trust. Bernie is a fast learner and enjoys walks but does need to learn to not pull – in training now for this.  He does bark at obvious noises or someone at the door but, in general a quiet calm boy. Bernie deserves a wonderful, loving and caring home.

Bernie is micro-chipped, neutured and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet Bernie to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Bernie’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 1 month, 1 week ago at 11:02 am.

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Coffee 14-076: Adult

*** Adoption Pending***

Coffee is a 4-year old female Cocker Spaniel who will be available after her initial veterinary exam.

More info will be posted after her behavior assessment is performed.

Prior to adoption, Coffee will be micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Coffee to see if she is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Coffee’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 1 month, 1 week ago at 10:56 am.

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Buster 14-089: Young

*** Adoption Pending***

Buster is a 1.5-year old male Cockapoo; white with a very light apricot stripe down his back.

More info will be posted after his behavior assessment is performed.

Buster is micro-chipped, neutured and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet Buster to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Buster’s adoption fee is $350.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

 

Posted 1 month, 1 week ago at 8:45 am.

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Callie 14-080: Adult

Callie is the sweetest little girl you’ll ever meet. She loves people of all ages and wants nothing more than to be near you, resting her head on your knee or curled in your lap! Callie was left by her owner with no records or name, very sad for this darling dog, so her foster mom named her. She is approximately 8 to 10 years old, and may be a Springer/Cocker or Springer/Cockapoo mix. She is larger than a typical Cocker at 18 inches high at the shoulder and 31 pounds, with curly hair and the small eyes and freckled nose of a Springer.

She knows sit, shake, off/down and has very good house manners. She walks nicely on a leash (although she doesn’t like bicycles going by!) and rides well in the car. She does fine with other dogs her size, but can be a bit nervous and defensive with bigger dogs upon their initial greeting. She sleeps on a dog bed at night and is house-trained – she does well in the house during the day.

Callie arrived into our rescue dirty, scared and confused, but immediately was loving and gentle. Callie was spayed prior to arrival and recently had a dental. After only a few hours in her new foster home, she was quiet and still during her bath; she often reached up and repeatedly licked her foster dad’s face, as if saying ‘thank you for helping me.” Callie deserves a forever home where she will be loved, protected and never left behind again!

Prior to adoption, Callie will be micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Callie to see if she is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Callie’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 1 month, 1 week ago at 8:18 pm.

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Buddy 13-136: Adult

Info updated March 28, 2014
After Buddy’s former owner passed away, the extended family called RMCR for help. Buddy wants to please and has been a joy and very obedient in his foster home. He has a history of epilepsy beginning when he was young and takes daily medication to control the seizures. On rare occasions, he will have a breakthrough seizure. He does need to be handled in a calm and gentle manner as he might surprise you with a snap if you grab him by his collar, reach for him too quickly, or surprise him. For these reasons, we recommend a home without children. As long as his family accepts and understands these behavior quirks, Buddy is gentle in return. If you don’t rush Buddy and treat him with kindness, he will reward you with respect, and show you his affectionate love by giving kisses and relaxing in your lap. Buddy’s foster family will gladly talk with any applicant about his flourishing personality.

Buddy is sweet, gentle and has adjusted well considering the various changes he’s had in his short 6 years. He loves to be near his people so you can look into his eyes, watch his facial expressions and know how happy he is. Buddy is both house and crate-trained and gets along very well with other dogs. He does pull some walking on the leash but continues to get better. He will gently take a treat from your hand and likes to give kisses. He likes to play ball, but tends to keep it after fetching. He will cower if you raise your voice, so he prefers patience from all members of the household. If you have these qualities, Buddy will bring you much joy as a loyal and loving companion. Knowing he lost his previous loving owner and was moved into a strange new place with other dogs had to be frightening for him. He is a sweet gentle dog who has adjusted well and would make a loving companion.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well being of the dog.

Buddy is micro-chipped, neutered and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to adopt Buddy, please fill out an online adoption application. Buddy’s special needs adoption fee is $150.

Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago at 4:10 pm.

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Cole & Myria: Adult

** BONDED PAIR COCKER SPANIELS **

Cole and Myria (mah-rye-ah) are 5-year-old siblings: Myria is a red female and Cole is a Black male. A bonded pair means they must be adopted together as separating them is too traumatic – these two have lived together since birth. Their previous owner’s commitment in taking care of elderly parents became more than a full-time job. Both dogs are cuddle bunnies and love to give kisses. They make perfect lapdog companions. They are very healthy although Myria is a little overweight (25 pounds) and Cole is a little underweight (20 pounds). Both love their food. They know ‘sit’ and ‘down’ and love to play ball. They initially bark at unfamiliar dogs but when they are off-leash their behavior improves. Recently, they were two of nine dogs at a house-party were they quickly adapted to the other dogs. Their behavior is unknown around cats or children, however, they both love people.

Cole can sometimes be a little nervous of strange noises and thunder but he usually grabs his comfort toy for reassurance. He initially displayed signs of separation anxiety but is now much. They are very loving and affectionate. They have good recall to their names indoors and wait nicely for their food when told. They love to chase each other around the yard, heads to the ground sniffing the long grass, coming back with soggy wet ears from the dew grass.

These are some adorable cockers that would be best suited to people who can offer lots of time and love to them, giving lots of hugs and kisses.

For more pictures go to:  https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100005145707825&sk=photos

Both are micro-chipped, spayed/neutured and up-to-date on their shots. If you would like to meet Myria (ID: 14-083) and Cole (ID: 14-082) to see if they a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Their combined adoption fee is $600.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago at 11:40 am.

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Carly 14-084: Adult

*** Adoption Pending***

Carly is an 8-year old female Cocker Spaniel-American Eskimo mix - Cock-a-Mo! She will be available for adoption after her initial veterinary examination.

Carly looks and acts like a very healthy and lively girl. She is a little intimidated by the world as she was nervous with the introduction of a home since she lived most of her life outdoors. She is starting to learn being indoors. It’s obvious she has spent a lot of time alone; she desires love and will ask to be pet by putting her paws on your lap.

She is learning to walk gently on a leash enjoying all the new smells. Carly was recently groomed and had her teeth cleaned. She gets along with all her foster doggie siblings and after just one-week, she is showing off her 100% house-training skills.

Carly arrived into rescue already micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Carly to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Carly’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 2 months, 1 week ago at 10:52 pm.

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Andy 14-076

** ANDY 14-076:  NEEDS A FOSTER HOME  **

Andy is a 4-year old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel male who needs a foster willing to provide him a warm, loving home until he finds a forever home. He does great with other dogs and cats and sleeps on his dog pillow. RMCR provides all foster dogs with veterinary care, grooming, food, and a crate, if desired.

If you would like to foster, please fill out an application. Someone will then contact you to further discuss our rescue dogs needing foster homes.

 

Posted 2 months, 1 week ago at 10:38 pm.

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Lukie 14-077: Young

 

***Adoption Pending***

I hear everyone say I’m a pretty dog, but I prefer handsome! I’m blushing, but I’m not sure anyone can see it, since I’m all black except a small white spot on my chest. I’m Lukie and I enjoy riding in the car and playing fetch.  I really like playing with balls and can entertain myself when you get tired of throwing the ball by batting it around the house or the yard by myself.  I’m house trained, and picked up the doggie door immediately. I have slept in the crate at night with no issues, but prefer to sleep on the foster’s bed or doggie bed.  I get along well with my two dog brothers.  I love teenagers and adults.

Lukie came from a neglected home so we prefer a home with older kids. Lukie is full of life and would like an active family to adopt him.  Lukie is about 4 years old. He enjoys walks, but is learning not to pull while on the leash.   He weighs in at 33 lbs. but it is a healthy weight.   Lukie is bigger than the average cocker.  He loves his belly rubs and being with his people.  He is a sweet, well-mannered boy.

Prior to adoption, Lukie will be micro-chipped, neutured and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet Lukie to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Lukie’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 2 months, 1 week ago at 10:11 pm.

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Hooch 10-009: Adult

 

*** ADOPTION PENDING***

Hooch is a 6-year-old, light red, male American Cocker Spaniel who has had a rough life lately with lots of changes in ownership beginning with the death of his owner earlier this year. He is a wonderful, very intelligent boy who craves attention and leadership. A typical Velcro Cocker, Hooch is never far away from his person and loves to go for walks. He loves to play fetch. In fact, he can entertain himself for a long time by pushing the ball under furniture and then working to retrieve it.

Hooch gets along well with other dogs, however cats are unknown. He is fully house-trained and leash-trained. He is also crate-trained, but doesn’t like it; no need for crating this boy anyway as he is nearly perfect! Hooch is timid at times and cowers away from fast movements by humans, but with time that will diminish. He is very well mannered and will make a wonderful companion for someone who will be his leader. He heels well with minor corrections and sleeps on his own bed beside his foster’s bed.

He resource guards his foster mom, but consistency and ongoing training is proving to be successful. He knows ALL the basic commands and readily performs them when asked, so he corrects quickly when he starts to growl. He needs a home with people who will continue to enforce discipline and give Hooch the structure he needs in his life to feel secure. Because of this, a home without children is preferred.

Hooch is micro-chipped, neutured and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet Hooch to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Hooch’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 2 months, 1 week ago at 9:58 pm.

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Lily 14-081: Adult

 

*** Adoption Pending***

Lily is an adorable 8-year old buff female who loves to be in your lap. She is an absolute doll and everything you want from a female Cocker Spaniel. She loves to take possession of her balls, likes to play hide-n-seek, enjoys a good run in the yard, and when she’s ready for a nap, your lap works just fine. She prefers to sleep on the human’s bed, but is learning to sleep on her dog pillow on the floor. She does not act her age, more like a 3-year old puppy – full of life and energy. She is a tiny girl weighing only 19 lbs and doesn’t need to gain any weight!

She is an excellent passenger in the car, house-trained and has excellent house manners. She gets along “okay” with kids and other dogs but will protect herself initially until she is used to her new surroundings, people, and other dogs. She recently had all her teeth and ears cleaned.

Lily is micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Lily to see if she is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Lily’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

 

Posted 2 months, 1 week ago at 9:38 pm.

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Buddy 14-071: Senior

Buddy is a loving buff male and a beautiful representative of the Cocker Spaniel breed. He is not super active, but enjoys going for walks and does well on a leash. He enjoys a short game of fetch; he arrived with more than a dozen of his favorite tennis balls. Buddy was an only dog for his entire 11 years and is doing remarkably well with his two foster-doggie brothers and foster-doggie sister. He is currently living with a 14-mos male toddler – both treating each other very kindly. Buddy warms up very quickly to any person who shows him compassion and love. He loves to cuddle but also enjoys a good snore on his pillow.

Buddy’s vet check revealed excellent health for a dog his age – his ears were great, no teeth extractions necessary, and he sees really well. Yes, a Cocker who still has all his teeth at age 11! Buddy prefers a home where he is not left alone for more than 4-hours at a time. He needs time to learn his humans will return. He knows to go potty outside and is house-trained, but if you leave him free to roam inside the house for several hours, the poor boy has got to go. He does not do well with other dogs that want to constantly play with him and get into his space, but if they respect him, he returns the same. Buddy is currently being fostered in our SoCo Branch.

Buddy is micro-chipped, neutured and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet Buddy to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Buddy’s adoption fee is only $150!

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 2 months, 2 weeks ago at 9:13 am.

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Rudy 14-075: Puppy

*** Adoption Pending*** 

Rudy comes to us from a puppy rescue in New Mexico.  He is now about 18 weeks old and is too young to be neutered at this time.   Rudy is a beautiful white cocker puppy who is lucky enough to have kept his lovely long tail.  He is well behaved yet has that fun and exciting puppy activity about him.  Rudy is very bright and very active and he sleeps well during nap times as well as at night.  He does some barking but it is not excessive and mostly occurs during play and only rarely when in the crate.   He is affectionate, even tempered, and sometimes a little goofy.  He rides well in the car while safely in a crate.  Rudy likes to chew so be sure to have high quality bones and chew toys for his enjoyment.  He likes to run with the grown up cockers in the foster home and wants to play with them.  He is tolerant of their sniffs and licking and trying to get his toys.  He has been good with children and adults alike.  He has had no cat exposure.    Rudy is crate trained.  He still needs to have his human remind him to go outside for potty breaks and will have an occasional accident in the house if the human doesn’t keep timing in mind.   He is learning to walk on a leash.

Rudy is micro chipped and is up to date on his puppy shots.   He is soon to have his Rabies shot and is ready to be introduced to his forever home.

Prior to adoption, Rudy will be micro-chipped, neutured and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet Rudy to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Rudy’s adoption fee is $350.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 2 months, 2 weeks ago at 8:48 pm.

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Clover 14-070: Adult

*** Adoption Pending***

Clover is an 8-year old red female who was a former mill dog placed on death row in Illinois. She spent her first 7 years in a dark garage pushing out puppies. She has had cataracts most her life and decreased hearing. She has just been evaluated and is an excellent candidate for cataract removal. We are so excited to give this darling girl an opportunity to see. This girl weighs in at a healthy 27 lbs. She gets around very well – surprisingly better than most dogs who can see and hear. Her sense of smell is phenomenal, as is expected from a dog who has limited-to-no sight or hearing. She can sniff a bunny faster than a seeing eye dog!

Please help us raise $2500 for her cataract surgery and short-term aftercare treatment. Click here to donate or use one of our standard donation links on the right side toolbar.

Clover is micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots, however she is not available for immediate adoption pending cataract surgery.

Posted 2 months, 4 weeks ago at 10:56 pm.

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Abby 14-092: Adult

** ADOPTION PENDING  **

Abby is a 4-year old Black female Cocker Spaniel who lost her family.

More info will be posted after her behavior assessment is performed.

Prior to adoption, Abby will be micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Abby to see if she is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Abby’s adoption fee is $350.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

 

Posted 2 months, 4 weeks ago at 7:57 pm.

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Dude 14-073: Adult

Dude is a 9-year old male who loves taking walks, spending time with his family and is a real sweetheart. He is a very happy and loving boy and will make a wonderful companion for one lucky family. Dude gets along great with both cats and dogs.  Dude likes to be with you and will follow you into every room in the house.  He likes to sit outside on the porch and just enjoy life.  He loves his food and is always on the lookout for a snack.  He is gentle with kids and other animals.

Prior to adoption, Dude will be micro-chipped, neutured and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet Dude to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Dude’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

 

 

Posted 3 months, 1 week ago at 9:19 am.

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JuJu 11-075: Adult

I am pleased to introduce you to Juju who has been in foster care for quite some time.  This little boy who is now about 8 years old has had a tough time with skin issues.  His past included living in poor conditions with little to no care.  Once taken in by Rocky Mountain Cocker Rescue he has been undergoing extensive vet care trying to get him in better condition overall.   Juju has suffered from numerous skin infections and has also suffered thinning hair and hair loss.  After having undergone recent allergy testing we now know that Juju has several environmental allergies and he has begun treatment for desensitization.  Allergy treatment will be a part of his life moving forward.  His skin is looking better today than it ever has since he came into rescue.  This boy has a will of steal and has let nothing get his spirits down.  He is happy and tolerates all handling.  Grooming is another story as he does need to be sedated for haircuts.  He has a severe fear of the clippers and scissors.

Juju has done well with children and other dogs.  He will however growl at another dog with a warning that they should get away if they are doing something he does not want them to be doing, like getting near his bone or his cuddle spot on his foster’s lap.  His exposure to cats is unknown. But overall, Juju is kind, sweet, very loving and enjoyable.  He is happy to go in the car, and to follow his foster mom and his companion dogs everywhere around the house being included in family activities and active play time.  He is crate trained and house trained.

An adoptive family for Juju should be one who can afford allergy care moving forward.  Juju is used to having a fenced yard and companionship of other dogs and having people around a lot of the time.  Juju will not do well in a home where he would be left alone for long periods of time.

JuJu is micro-chipped, neutered and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet JuJu to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. JuJu’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse adoption to any person for the benefit of the dog.

Posted 3 months, 2 weeks ago at 8:00 am.

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Lillian 14-044: Young

 *** Adoption Pending***

Lillian is a very sweet dog who is a Wheaten Terrior Mix – mixed with what we do not know.  She is about 3 years old.    She came to us with a liter of 5, 5 week old puppies who have since all been adopted.   Lillian and her puppies were found as strays in Houston, Texas.  Lillian was found to be heart worm positive and was malnourished, underweight and in poor coat condition.  She and her puppies were scheduled to be euthanized in the shelter.  Even though these dogs are not Spaniels, RMCR decided to save them all.  Lillian was able to care for her beautiful puppies; they are vibrant and healthy and are all now in loving homes.   She has put on weight and her coat is coming back in.  She is a lovely dog with a gentle personality.

Lillian is low heart worm positive and is on a slow-kill treatment for the heart worm.   She would be as active as one would want her to be including hiking – but the heavy duty activity will have to wait until she is heart worm free.  You can discuss this with her foster who will address your questions. Lillian will recover but it will take a little time.  She is housetrained, does very little barking, and will have medium to high exercise needs once she is cleared of the heart worm.  She is leash trained and rides well in a crate in the car.   Lillian is affectionate, eager to please, playful and gentle.   She has done well with the other dogs in the foster home, children and adults.  She does not like cats.

Lillian needs a home with a yard and at least a 6 foot fence as she can crawl or jump over a 4 foot chain link fence.   She wants to be with her humans and will stay as close as possible even jumping baby gates in the house if not in the same room with her people.  She loves to cuddle while looking into her human’s eyes saying, “Thank you for saving me”!  She will be a very committed dog to her owner but will take time to adjust to a new home as she has bonded very strongly with her foster mom.  Not to worry about that however as she will re bond.   She will need a period of adjustment once adopted.  Some play dates with her before she would actually “move in” to her forever home will make her adjustment easier as she will be familiar with her adopter.

Prior to adoption, Lillian will be micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Lillian to see if she is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Lillian’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 4 months ago at 2:32 pm.

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Rolo 14-054: Adult

Rolo is a 9 year old neutered male.  He all chocolate with the exception of a bit of white fur on his chest.

Rolo is a very sweet and affectionate dog.  He loves to follow his people around and just be near.  He is curious and will always want to put his nose in whatever you are doing….and that includes your meal, if you’re not careful.

Rolo is crate trained, but doesn’t like being in the crate if you’re not around.  He’ll complain for a while, but eventually settles down. He is very good on a leash and enjoys nice long walks.

Rolo is on a restricted diet because of his kidneys.  In medical terms, he has chronic renal disease.  We are hoping that home cooked meals and supplements will stabilize his kidney values.  A reversal is more than likely not possible, but stabilizations certainly is.  There is no reason why Rolo cannot continue enjoying a high quality life with his disease.

He loves meal time, just as any other dog does.  He barks and will carry on while his dinner is being prepared.  He also makes a funny little cooing sound.  He will make a wonderful companion.

Prior to adoption, Rolo will be micro-chipped, neutered and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet him to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Rolo’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 4 months, 1 week ago at 5:49 pm.

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Andy 14-053: Adult

Andy is a loving, go-with-the-flow, playful pup. This adorable 7-year-old buff Cocker has freckles on his face and feet. Andy adjusted well to his new home, and gets along well with his smaller, but alpha four-legged foster sister.

Andy is an affectionate dog who bonds with and quickly becomes protective of his people. Although he needs to lose five pounds, he is in great health. He had regular vet care throughout his life. Andy knows basic obedience, is house-trained and travels well. Andy would do best in a home that provides plenty of consistency, patience, one-on-one attention, and a big play area. He is very social and loves to tag along on adventures. When Andy feels overwhelmed by other dogs or humans, he will give a slight snarl.

Andy is submissive to alpha dogs, which makes him a good fit for homes with existing dogs. His history shows he does well with children. He also enjoys snuggling, chewing on bones, playing with his favorite toy, a red ball, and running around the yard. He loves walks but is just now learning not to pull on while on a leash, so this training should continue in his new home. Andy will show his love and devotion to anyone who, in return provides the same to him.

Prior to adoption, Andy will be micro-chipped, neutered and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to meet Andy to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Andy’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

 

Posted 4 months, 1 week ago at 6:20 pm.

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Princess 14-051: Adult

Princess is incredibly sweet and loving. She is submissive and loves attention. She will roll over for belly rubs. If you rub her ears and head gently, she will make little happy grunting noises.. Her former owner passed away and the extended family could not care for her so she came to the rescue looking for her forever home.

This 9-year-old blonde beauty is completely blind but she doesn’t know that! Although blind, she gets around very easily. She relies on her other senses such as smell, hearing and touch to get around and memorize her surroundings. Within just a few days, she will memorize her way around the house. At her foster home, she found her way onto the couch all by herself – very happy just lying on the couch for long hours! When she goes outside, she should always be on a leash to ensure her safety. She does well on short walks with a leash and her foster family is training her how to use the doggie-door. Princess is also completely house-trained and knows to hold it until you take her outside.

Princess gets along well with her two canine siblings but she appears most interested in her human friends. Princess has yet to bark and gets startled by loud noises and sudden movements. For these reasons, she will do best in a home without small children. Overall, Princess is in good health and has several more good doggie years ahead of her. She is slightly overweight; her food intake needs to be monitored and regular walks will help ensure she gets good exercise.

Princess will make an excellent pet for the right family that is willing to make a few small adjustments that come with having a special needs dog. In return, she will give incredible unconditional love.

Prior to adoption, Princess will be micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to meet Princess to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Princess’s adoption fee is $150.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 4 months, 1 week ago at 6:10 pm.

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Siggy 14-013: Young

*** Adoption Pending***

 “My previous owner passed away and I’m searching for someone new to love.”

Siggy (short for Signet) is a white Clumber Spaniel mix weighing in with 53 pounds of muscles. He is an active and healthy boy who loves to be with his people. He is the best cuddle bug and will even let you use him for a pillow. Siggy likes dog parks, playing fetch, and chasing birds. He LOVES other dogs and wants to engage in playful activities but could get a little rough with smaller animals. He is not fond of cats and will chase them. One might be watchful with open doors as he likes to sneak out.

Siggy knows the word “bird” and likes to hear “go get the birds’. Siggy is completely house-trained, sweet & attentive. He wants to be close to his people follow them around the house. This 3-year old boy is gentle with both adults and children. Siggy is familiar with regular bathing and grooming. He does need leash training since he still pulls on the lead. Occasionally, when approached by others, he will “plop” onto the floor and ask for a belly rub.

Siggy is micro-chipped, neutered and up-to-date on his shots. If you would like to adopt Siggy, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Siggy’s adoption fee is $300.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well being of the dog.

Posted 6 months, 4 weeks ago at 9:26 pm.

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Winston 13-149

“I am a Special Needs Dog. Please don’t let that stop you from taking me home so that I can love you and be your close companion”. 

Winston is a 5 year old white neutered male, medium-size, Cockapoo who was surrendered when his owner could no longer care for him. Winston is a lovely, well-mannered young dog who comes with special needs. He has a history of irritable bowel disease which needs to be managed by a strict diet along with a couple of dietary supplements. Once in rescue it was discovered that Winston also has moderate to severe arthritis in his back and hips and is now on daily glucosamine as well as medication for pain. He moves a little slower than most dogs his age probably because of arthritic pain. He can still be an active dog with some limitations on long distance walks and running. Winston could definitely benefit from therapeutic exercise such as swimming or other non-impact activities. He is currently beginning a regimen of acupressure, meridian massage, and Healing Touch for Animals® to promote better circulation, muscle relaxation, pain relief and total body balance.

Winston is definitely a dog who loves people and wants to be included in family activities. He is also happy just to hang around or sit at the feet of his people who might be working at a desk or relaxing with a good book or TV. He loves to cuddle. He has a gentle spirit rather like that of an angel. Yes, Winston is a special needs dog but don’t let that stop you from considering taking him into your home. If you would like to know more about Winston and his progress please put in an adoption application at  www.RockyMountainCockerRescue.org. His foster mom will be happy to tell you all about him.

Winston is micro-chipped, neutered and up-to-date on his shots.  If you would like to adopt Winston, please fill out an Adoption Application Online. Winston’s special needs adoption fee is $150.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.

Posted 7 months, 4 weeks ago at 10:00 am.

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BobbieMae 13-081: Sr

Meet Miss Bobbie Mae. She is a black and white parti-color Cocker senior about 10 years old, acting younger than she is stated to be, who is living her golden years anticipating more time to enjoy God’s green earth with a loving family. She was originally brought to RMCR as a stray by animal control in Kansas.

Bobbie Mae is beautiful, adorable and loving. She has low vision but gets around happily and easily with just a few stumbling points in new places. Her right eye has a cataract and left eye has a tilted lens but causes no pressure or pain. She will need eye pressure checks every 4-6 months. Bobbie Mae walks well on a leash, knows basic obedience, is both house & crate trained and travels well. She is a social dog but sometimes doesn’t want other dogs to bother her so she will let them know with a snarl and perhaps a tangle. She seems to do best with other submissive dogs rather than alpha dogs.

Bobbie Mae would do best in a home without a lot of doggie commotion. She has had consistent vet care for the past two years as far as we know. She has done well with children.

Update on Bobbie Mae from her Foster Family

Bobbie Mae is the sweetest, most loving and caring bundle of love anyone could ever hope to be fortunate enough to adopt.

She has a special quality that is unseen but not untouched. Take one look beyond her beautiful face and you will find her special quality: a heart full of precious love. Bobbie Mae adjusted very well to her foster family. She gets along with her four-legged foster brothers and sister. Bobbie’s heart has opened to her two-legged foster sister.

Bobbie Mae enjoys running and playing ball either alone or with her foster sister. She loves to take walks and watch the goats and chickens play. She is the type of companion that would give someone a loving pet that would cherish for a lifetime. The right family will find that upon adoption, Bobbie Mae is a child in a fur coat. This loving ball of fur will make someone a very loving, devoted and loyal companion who will return the love her family gives several times over.

Bobbie Mae is micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to adopt Bobbie Mae, please fill out an online adoption application.  Bobbie  Mae’s adoption fee is $150

 

 

Posted 1 year ago at 7:19 pm.

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Cookie 13-079

*** ADOPTED !!! ***

Cookie, the Cocker! Such a sweet name for such a sweet senior dog! She is a 10 year-old, white and tan Cocker Spaniel with brown tips on her ears. Cookie comes from a shelter in Texas. She ended up in the shelter due to family difficulties. Poor Cookie ended up in the backyard for several months and then went to the Texas shelter for several weeks before being transferred to Rocky Mountain Cocker Rescue. This little lady has the sweetest face and eyes that say, “Thank you”!

She has low vision due to a cataract in her right eye and a lens luxation in the left eye, but somehow there is brightness in her eyes. Since these pictures were taken, Cookie has had her left eye removed.  She gets around just like all the other dogs without her vision causing any problems. Cookie has a gentle disposition and it breaks my heart to know that she was left out in the backyard for so long in her past. But now we are helping her. She has learned all about love and family companionship with her foster family. She does well with other dogs but will give a little growl if they get into her way or if she doesn’t want them there. She looks to her foster mom for affirmation; as if asking is she is doing is right or wrong.

Cookie is both house & crate trained. She is being treated for a chronic ear infection and will have her teeth cleaned before adoption. She will probably need a few extractions. She does have dry skin which is being treated with bathing, diet, and medication but her coat is soft. She loves attention and being petted. She is not as active as younger dogs but is living a good life in her golden years. Can you help her out with a loving home for the rest of her life?

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well being of the dog.

Cookie is micro-chipped, spayed and up-to-date on her shots. If you would like to adopt Cookie please fill out an online adoption application. Cookie has a sponsor and her adoption-fee has been donated.

Posted 1 year ago at 10:24 pm.

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Jett 13-003

 

***ADOPTED***

Hi there! My name is Jett and I’m about 6 years young. I’m a little bit taller than other cockers (so you may want to keep things of the edge of the counter) and I also have a full tail that loves to wag. I came to Rocky Mountain Cocker Rescue from a hoarding situation in Oklahoma. When I arrived at my foster mom’s house I was marking a bit, but she thinks it’s because there were 3 boys in the house and we all wanted to establish our territory. I don’t do that anymore and am a pro at the doggy door. I’m always the first one out in the morning.

After arriving in Colorado, I got a haircut and got checked out by the vet who told me I have something in my left eye that’s made me lose some of my eyesight. It requires some daily medicine to prevent it from getting worse, but I let my foster mom put it in without too much fuss.

Anyway, all of my friends from Oklahoma have been adopted but I’m still looking for my forever home. I’m not sure what happened to me back there, it’s probably best if I don’t remember, but it made me fearful and unsure sometimes so in the past I’ve growled and snapped occasionally at strangers. My foster mom is taking me to training classes in October so I can learn to be the best canine citizen I can be. Hopefully you’ll want to meet then but I will need a family that is patient, firm, and understanding.

You are probably wondering how I would fit with your people. My foster mom tells me that I’m generally a very happy and easy-going guy. I get along fine with my foster siblings but I mostly prefer playing with my toys.  I love stuffed animals, ropes, balls, but especially anything that squeaks! My FAVORTIE thing to do is take one of my toys and roll around with it under my back and make funny noises, which makes everybody laugh. I haven’t been around any very young kids so I’m not sure if I should be in a house with any.

We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the wellbeing of the dog.

Jett is neutered, current on vaccinations and is micro-chipped. If you are interested in meeting Jett please fill out an online adoption application. Jett’s adoption fee is $300.

Posted 1 year, 7 months ago at 4:48 pm.

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