My name is Audi. I am a loving black 6 year old cocker boy looking for a new forever home. I am an owner give up who got lucky, when a nice staff worker at a NC shelter worked with my family to get me into rescue instead of being left there to hopefully be adopted. My owners were very nice people, treated me well, loved me a lot and I was their sweet baby boy. They decided to have a child and I got jealous because the baby took most of their time. I had always been the center of their love and attention and I just didn't do well with it. They knew I deserved to have a good life, someone to spoil me and sadly gave me up. CCR arranged transport with the help of two volunteers to bring me here.
I am heartworm negative, already neutered and up to date on shots. At the vet, these folks found out that I do have partial face paralysis on one side, not quite sure from what, and it doesn't seem to bother me. I am a good boy, I love walks, cuddling with you and spending quality time just hanging out as your indoor companion. I am a good sleeper when I take a nap or just tired and ready to retire for the day. I would love to find a loving, forever home with someone who works from home so that I won't be lonely and will get lots of attention. Or, maybe with someone who is home a lot and won't leave me alone for more than just a few hours. I will be a wonderful companion for someone to adopt and love.............maybe I could be your walking pal and we could get our exercise. I would love to be your new best friend and sweet baby boy!
If you are interested in adopting this wonderful cocker boy, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org for an adoption application. Our adoption fee is $300, which includes all of the vetting care needs for this dog while in rescue.
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