Rescued from Carson Animal Shelter in Los Angeles, CA

August 13th 2018  --- AdoPTED October 2018


Oh no!!

After one too many jumps playing around, poor Grover tore one of the ligaments in his back leg! This is like a person tearing their ACL. It’s super painful!

Luckily, we were able to get Grover into surgery right away, and he is in the process of healing. Grover is currently in the great hands of our friends at Two Hands Four Paws Animal Rehabilitation, so he will be getting massages and gentle physical therapy for the next few weeks as he recovers.

You can help Grover recover from this every expensive surprise injury by donation here:

Even $5 is a small step closer to getting this guy back on his feet!

Grover has already been through a lot from losing one of his eyes, and he really needs the support of the Camp Cocker Rescue Village to get him back to being the perfect happy and healthy dog he is!


GROVER came to Carson Shelter as a stray and with obvious glaucoma in his right eye. Knowing he would be passed over by the general public and by other rescues - he needed to become a Camp Cocker Dog!

He just had his eye enucleation surgery last night to get him out of immediate pain from that bulging glaucoma eye.


Glaucoma pressure can be so incredibly painful, that we can't believe what a sweet nice dog he was. He was giving kisses to the vet staff and was so patient while he was shaved down.

What we know about Grover so far:

  • great with other dogs

  • great with his foster kitty!

  • would be good for older kids

  • house trained

  • can use the doggy door!

  • around 5 years.