My name is Hoss. I am one of eight pups born on March 4, 2017. I am a bigger black boy cocker pup mix with white on my nose, 4 white dipped feet and a docked tail. I am possibly mixed with pointer, as I look more pointer than cocker right. My looks could still change as I grow up, not sure. My mother was a petite, very pretty blondish/amber colored cocker spaniel with a nice disposition. She was picked up by NC Animal Control as a stray. When no owner showed to claim her, the shelter asked for rescue help as she was very pregnant with us puppies. Eight days after coming here to CCR we were all born on a sunny Saturday.
I am a friendly, sweet guy and I have great socialization skills with my siblings. I love to run and play with my brothers and sisters. Our mother was very loving and good to us. We are all well socialized puppies who get along pretty well, we have had proper food and vet care since birth and we are current on necessary puppy shots, deworming etc. These folks cannot tell you just how big we will get, but they think we could be as much as 40 pounds, more or less depending on how big the father was in comparison to our 18 to 20 pound cocker mom. At 6 months old, you will be required to get me neutered and send proof of neuter paperwork back to this rescue for their files.
My adoption fee is $400 Pictures shown are when I was 6 weeks and 3 weeks old. Newer pictures will be coming soon!
NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE FILL OUT AN APPLICATION TO BE APPROVED. Some of my brothers and sisters are still available, you can take a look at their bio's. Incoming applications will be reviewed and call backs made. The rescue is very busy every day, AM to PM. You can find an application on our main website at: www.charlottecockerrescue.com and send it back to us via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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