Coco's Story

September 8th 2016

Rescued from Coachella Valley Shelter, CA

Adopted November 11th 2017


Coco is from the Coachella Valley Animal Shelter just like our Quinn! She had a very large ulcerated tumor on her back near her shoulder blades. Perhaps her previous owners did not have the money to take her to the veterinarian? This is a common reason why so many animals get dropped off at the shelter. Our vet has removed the tumor and the biopsy has come back clear! YAY!

She is a GORGEOUS CLASSIC chocolate brown Cocker with a very sweet demeanor!

What we know about Coco so far: *UPDATED*


  • She is healthy and up to date. 
  • She bonds very quickly
  • She needs to be the only dog in the house - but she does great in public with other dogs!
  • She does great at the dog park. 
  • She may have guarding behavior with other dogs in a home environment where there are resources (food, water, beds)
  • The ultimate snuggle bug!
  • She is house trained!
  • She snores apparently!
  • She is great with kids with 'doggy-manners'
  • Everyone who meets her falls in love with her.
  • She offers you her paw (pictured below).

Coco and Friends went to have their photographs taken by Rita Earl Photography

Princess Coco is all alone in her castle looking for a forever family to fill it with love!!❤️.

A photo posted by Camp Cocker Rescue (@campcockerrescue) on

Update -- February 2017--

NEW enamel pin made in Coco's likeness!

March 5th ---Coco goes on a hike!


Coco is ready for her forever home! She reaches up to us to say "Will someone adopt me soon?"


March 22nd 2017 -- Vet check-up - All Good!

April 2017 

We are in great need of sponsorship's for our doggies! Their daily cost of care is an enormous chunk of our funds. If you can sponsor our dogs every month for a small amount, we could rely on your support to safely and responsibly rescue more doggies!

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-Camp Cocker Rescue Team