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What's New at Camp Cocker!
2019 CALENDAR PHOTO CONTEST STARTS NOW!
**(First 20 entries gets a free Peace Love Cocker sticker!)**
It's that time again! Our most popular fundraiser starts now! We want to see your furbabies in our next calendar! Dogs, Cats, Birds, Rats, Fish! All Breeds, All sizes! Set up your own Facebook Fundraiser $1 per vote - the top 12 photos who get the most votes will be featured in our 2019 calendar each month!
You only have till OCTOBER 1st so start now!
Hold On Grover! We're on our way!
Grover was surrendered by his owner to Carson Animal Shelter - a very full shelter with barely any room for more dogs. He is in danger of euthanasia due to his obvious and very painful ocular issue. Grover is around 5-6 years old, and has such a sweet face and a disposition to match! <3
**Grover has already received his eye enucleation, dental extractions, and removal of foxtails deep inside BOTH ear canals! Wowza!***
Please donate to Grovers immediate care!
The Two Girls Who Broke Our Hearts
The summer months are the worst time for dogs and cats at City and County run shelters as they fill to capacity in just a few hours with a steady stream of people giving up their pets. We heard through the grapevine that South LA Animal Shelter had so many dogs and cats they set up crates through their hallways. We drove down there to see if we can take a few dogs off their hands and free up space.
There were two blind seniors girls shivering in their kennels and it brought tears to our eyes. Jena had a bulging - albeit painful - eyeball, and Muffin had maggots between her toes.
Impaired/disabled dogs are the MOST DIFFICULT to get adopted because they are not considered "Perfect Puppies"
We had to consider this upon meeting them. but at that moment we just didn't care how adoptable they were.
Neglected year old Puppy - Aiden
Hello new friends! It's me, puppy monkey Aiden and I was just rescued from a shelter in Apple Valley, CA by those nice folks from Camp Cocker Rescue. I'm just a baby and I've got sarcoptic mange so bad that I'm scratching myself to the point of bleeding. Would you like to make a little donation towards my medical bills? What is everyone donates just $5, it can add up, right?Donating to me is super easy, right here:
Sarcoptic mange is very contagious to other animals so I need to be quarantined for a month while I get my Ivermectin injections. Once my mange is cleared up, then next up is my cherry eye surgery and my neuter surgery (and my ear infections are being treated now). I know I'm just a baby puppy but I'm in such rough shape already at such a young age and I'm hoping you might give me a helping paw? Thank you so much for believing in me!
P.S. You can see photos of my skin here (caution, it's hard to look at, imagine how I feel) :
Cocker Spaniel Lovers
Stainless Steel Necklace!
Made out of stainless steel, the latest trend in jewelry (it won't tarnish and it shines so nicely).
The adorable cocker spaniel has a little rose gold stainless steel heart charm hanging in front. The dainty stainless steel chain is 23" in length.
Have a heart for our doggies by wearing these necklaces and supporting Camp Cocker Rescue!
We rely 100% on volunteer time and small donations of $5- $10. We get our dogs the treatment they need FIRST and fund-raise for medical bills after. If you can donate a small amount today - it will go to help our current medical needs Vet bills so we can get out there and rescue more dogs in need (of which there is never a shortage)! Please donate today!
Featured Adoptable Happy Camper--- Lucy in the Sky!
Adopt or Foster
Two Ways To Donate
Every donation counts!
Camp Cocker Rescue is a nonprofit organization, and we are funded entirely by private donations. Every gift, no matter how big or small, makes a difference. Every penny goes directly to saving the lives of dogs that otherwise didn't stand a chance, getting them the care they need, and finding them their forever home.
Is my donation tax deductible?
It sure is! Camp Cocker Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our Tax ID number is 20-8687566.
Look at the Happy Endings!
Check out the puppies with their new adopters!