My name is Sasha!

Cocker Spaniel Dog for adoption in Raleigh, North Carolina - Sasha
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Cause for Paws of NC

Facts about Sasha

  • Breed: Cocker Spaniel
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: D2017452
Meet Sasha. Sasha absolutely loves everyone. She is about eight years old and is a petite girl at 18 pounds. Sasha has a rare, incurable kidney disease called Fanconi Syndrome. She is fully house trained despite the fact that she has to go potty every 3-4 hours. Sasha needs constant access to filtered water with her condition and is a bit of a picky eater. Her medical needs include supplementing her minerals, vitamins and electrolytes. Sasha has a million kisses to give every day. She is loving, sweet and really loves rides in the car and walks, but especially likes to chase a tiny tennis ball until she wears out, which doesn't take too long! If you would like to meet Sasha and feel that she is worth the time and energy required to care for her special needs, apply and her foster mom can answer any additional questions you may have. This beautiful girl is one-of-a-kind!You are are interested in this animals, please, fill out an adoption application and we will be in touch.

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Found an animal on our site and want to meet them or find out more about them? Fill out the adoption questionnaire located below and submit to us. Once we have reviewed/approved your application, we will provide you with the foster contact information so that you can find out more and arrange a “meet and greet”. All of our animals are located in foster homes throughout the Triangle area.

When going to a “meet and greet”, please make sure you take any family members and other pets (if at all possible) to observe their interactions. This can make introduction into the new home easier for the animals and for you.

The animal’s foster parent will ultimately make a recommendation to the organization regarding the permanent placement of the animal. Once an adoption decision has been made by both parties, we ask for an adoption fee to help us cover spay/neutering, shots, medical treatment, food and supplies – this amount only partially cover the cost of expenses and allows us to help as many animals as possible!

What if the adoption doesn’t work out? We have a lifetime return policy on our animals as we don’t want to see them turned back into a shelter.