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My name is Joe!

Cocker Spaniel Dog for adoption in Santa Barbara, California - Joe
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I'm being cared for by:
Second Chance Cocker Rescue

Facts about Joe

  • Breed: Cocker Spaniel
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
My name is Joe - Aka Joe Cocker- I am a pretty perfect boy. I enjoy attention, but not really needy. Love to explore and take walks. I do not dig holes or get into trouble, I am considered a well manner dog, that is compatible with others. I love my buddies in my foster home. I have been living in a calm environment overall. Normally, I only bark at times when others bark. If you call my name I will respond and make my way to you. Will give kisses and enjoy being held at times. Love attention and pet jobs. I would make a loveable companion. It only took me two days to figure out how to use the doggy door. At this time, I have a yard with grass and trees and enjoy chasing after our rabbits. I walk carefully, but some people may not realize that I am blind. I walk better on the right side than on the left.

I am 5 years old, black and white, blind cocker spaniel. I was rescued from the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter. I weigh about 26 lbs, well portioned figure, which puts me into a medium size dog, but Small enough to pick-up.Please help me make my way into your home. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact my foster mom Janice at 805 441-4209. We are currently living in Paso Robles.

About Second Chance Cocker Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are an all-volunteer, foster-based Cocker Spaniel rescue finding loving homes for Cocker Spaniels in need.

Come Meet Our Pets...

by appointment

Our Adoption Process...

Phone interview, application, home visit, fees, contract