Teller comes to us all the way from Korea, where he was rescued from the dog meat markets. Teller is a beautiful 8-9 yr old buff male cocker spaniel. He has been all vetted now including a good dental where he had several teeth extracted. He has plenty left however, and is not affected by it at all.
Teller has settled into his foster home, and is doing well with the other dogs, but we feel he would do best as an only dog, where he could get all of the attention. He is somewhat timid at first when meeting new people. He does take some extra time to feel safe and relaxed with strangers. Once past that hump, he is a sweet boy, and loves to be loved on and get affection. He does fairly well with grooming, but does have to be muzzled when doing his feet, which is quite typical for this breed.
He has picked up on house training quite well, and is mostly house trained now. He is still fairly new to our rescue, but we will post more about him as we learn more.
Teller is already neutered and up to date on his vaccines.
If you would like to adopt Teller or would like more information on him, please fill out an adoption application
We do not have a shelter, all rescues are in foster homes - Dogs are not shown without first being approved to adopt.
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If you have any questions, please E-mail Cherished Cockers Rescue
Adoption Donation (vet bill-expenses), Home Visit, Adoption Contract, References Required.
We do not ship dogs.
Pet needs to be picked up at foster home.
In some cases we may be able to assist with transport.
We would love to have more foster volunteers so we can rescue and rehome more cocker spaniels. If you are interested in fostering or learning more about it, please complete a Foster Application Here and one of our wonderful volunteers will be in touch!
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