I came to CCR with a heart murmur that is caused by heartworms and these nice rescue folks got my treatment done, my recovery went well and I got neutered. When I first arrived, I needed some help fitting in with the other dogs, so these CCR folks worked with me on my behavior issues and I turned a huge mile stone. I learned to like love and affection and I can now give and receive it nicely most of the time. My ideal home must be an adult only home with a good stern alpha role model man and women. I cannot be placed into a home with children of any age due to my behavior actions at times. I will do well as the only dog in the home, or I can be with a very dog social pal, as I am good with other I just had a heart echo done and it showed that there has not been a big change, so I will remain on the same heart medicine dosage daily. I do still have a grade 4 heart murmur, but I am doing well considering and I would love to just have my 2nd chance to have a loving home for the few years that I might have left. Please open your heart to give me that special home of my own and a great rest of my life for however long I have left to live........I would love to spend some quality time with you!
If you are unable to adopt me, please send in a donation to help with my care. Thank you for caring about me!
If you are interested in adopting this cocker boy, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org for an adoption application. Our adoption fee is $300 which includes all the vetting and medical needs for the dog while in our care.
Donations to our rescue are greatly appreciated or if you would like to help sponsor this cocker boy to help us pay for his medicine until he is adopted......please send your donation today!
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