found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, purebred, and up to date with shots.
Twelve-year-old Morgan’s owners turned him into the shelter for reasons unknown. Upon turn-in, he was found to have some duct tape wrapped around his leg. Under the duct tape, the vet found an ulcerated wound. Morgan is now safe and is receiving the medical attention and love he needs to help heal his wounds. Due to his age, his foster mom reports that Morgan may have also have some hearing loss.
During Morgan’s transport from the shelter to his foster home, he rode very well in the car - looking out the window for a bit, then curling up and sleeping the rest of the trip. His foster mom used the following adjectives to describe Morgan: affectionate, gentle, outgoing, friendly, anxious, cuddly, active and a couch potato when he wants down time. He wants to be next to his humans and enjoys going on walks. His foster mom says he has a pep in his step. He has shown no issues with handling and receiving basic medical treatment.
Morgan’s foster mom says he gets along well with her 75lb Siberian Husky and totally ignores her cat. His focus is on people and seems to love everyone he meets
His foster mom also thinks that Morgan may do best with someone who works from home or is retired. He does have separation anxiety when people leave him alone. She is working on this with Morgan.
Morgan is looking for that special someone to love him forever - is that you ?
For more information about this dog, email our Adoption Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The medical and custodial expenses of the numerous Cocker Spaniels in our care are tremendous. With the current economy, more and more dogs with urgent and serious medical issues are being abandoned. While we are committed to providing the best possible care for these luckless, voiceless dogs, the increased costs are beginning to take their toll on our ability to do so. What this means is that we are able to rescue fewer dogs, and in turn that means more dogs may be euthanized every day. Even if you cannot adopt or foster one of our dogs, please consider making a donation. We know that money is tight everywhere, but even just a few dollars from many people adds up. Think of those dogs still in shelters or on the streets – those without warm beds, full bellies, and the knowledge that they are safe. For just the cost of a few cups of coffee, you can make a tremendous in the life of one of our needy furballs. For other ways to donate, please scroll to the bottom of our main web page. The Cocker Spaniel Adoption Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization and your donations are entirely tax deductible. Please check out our Wigglebutts in Need at http://www.cockeradoptions.org.