My name is June. I am a 3 to 5 year old buff n white cocker girl with a long tail. A boy cocker and I were found as strays wandering around a NC business area. You could tell, we had been out for awhile, alone and abandoned. A nice lady didn't want to see us get hurt, so she contacted animal control and while waiting for them, she made a make shift fenced area. When they arrived and couldn't catch us, she was able to secure both of us with her make shift fence. I have a cherry eye that needs to be fixed and we are feral dogs that will need lots of help with our socialization skills. Right now, we are skittish and jumpy with certain things. The shelter folks asked for rescue help so that our needs would be taken care of.
The vet found that I am a smaller, medium sized cocker girl, already spayed, heartworm negative and with bilateral cherry eyes. I had an ear infection that has been treated and I was filthy dirty with fleas and badly matted. I had to have a dental and I got cleaned up and am nicely groomed. My cherry eye has been fixed and I just needed recovery time to make sure that it holds, but I do have dry eye and need medicine. I will do best in a home with someone who is willing to work with me on socialization skills and I will need a secure, fenced yard. If you can be patient with me and teach me the things I need to know, I would love to be your sweet baby girl and a great house dog companion. It seems like I have only lived outside, so your understanding to help me with house training will be greatly appreciated. I would love to have a 2nd chance and learn how to be a great indoor companion for you to spend quality time with and love. I am a happy girl and eager to meet you to find my forever home. Please donate to my care until I can be adopted. I want a better, brighter future in a loving home. I thank you for your kindness!
If you are interested in adopting this sweetheart, please send an email message to: firstname.lastname@example.org for an adoption application. Our fee is $300, which includes all of the vetting and care needs for this dog while at the rescue.
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