Walter is still looking for his forever home. He's calm, house broken, crate trained. Good with dogs, and pretty sure any cat under 20yo can out run him. He's not good with kids, so none under 12 and if you expect little visitors be prepared to leash him & hold while little ones are there and/or place him in his crate with any of his dozen favorite toys or a stuffed kongs.
From his foster dad
Meet Walter, or as I call him Little Chunk.
The newest guest to our Doggie B&B.
An english/american/cocker spaniel, 4-5 yo, utd shots & fixed.
He could use a diet & some exercise (which we're doing). He's a chubby little sweetheart (like me :-)).
Been with me a week and he's housebroken, goes out off leash (and comes right back).
Weak on commands, but very food driven so training is pretty easy.
Happily, goes in his crate and gets along great with our dogs (we have 4).
Chunk is a very laid back, low energy dog.
He'd be perfect for an older couple that likes to take slow casual walks on the beach (or neighborhood).
Recommending no children under 12, as he startles easily.
Available at Cherished Cockers Rescue or contact Mark at 724-344-0228.
If you would like to adopt Walter 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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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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