Ruff Ruff! My name is CHARLIE-3
|Size:||Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)||Sex:||Male||ID#:||CHARLIE-3|
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, not good with kids, and not good with cats.
Charlie-3 is a lovable dog with a little age behind him. He is 8 years old and needs a new loving home. Charlie is chocolate brown with dark brown eyes. He is average weight and has been well taken care of. He loves to snuggle and be scratched and pampered. Charlie loves to eat, so much that he will go to any expense to find treats, food or scraps. He is well fed, but more seems to be better for him. We would not recommend Charlie be with a family with small kids. However, he is a loving pet and will bring someone years of memories. Charlie can be kenneled, but would rather sleep in a bed with someone and stay out when you are away. He can go 6-8 hours without having to go outside when you are gone if he has done all of his duties before you leave. Charlie-3's adoption fee is $225.
Rescue Group Info...
Our Vision: Eliminate the suffering, misplacement and euthanasia of adoptable Cocker Spaniels.
Our Mission : American Cocker Spaniel Rescue's primary mission is to provide a safe haven to Cocker Spaniels who are at risk of euthanasia by providing short and long-term foster care, health care, breed education, sterilization, rehabilitation, and ultimately a suitable forever loving home.
Visits are by appointment. Please call or email to schedule an appointment to meet our adoptable cocker spaniels today!
Anyone wanting to adopt one of our cocker spaniels, must fill out an application (available on our website at www.acsrwa.org) Applications are reviewed by our staff; applicants that qualify are then asked for what we call a "home visit". One of our volunteers meets with each applicant and their household members at their home for a short interview. Each applicant gets an opportunity to meet with the dog to see if they like each other. Information about each applicant is then reviewed and an applicant is chosen to adopt a dog. A couple of weeks after a dog is adopted, a volunteer with check with the adopter to see how everything is going and if there are any problems, concerns, questions, etc. We are always available to help however we can, after the adoption is made.
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