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Cocker Spaniel
7 years 5 months old, Adult
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
(Current) 24 lbs
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Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Needs experienced adopter
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

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Forever Foster Needed!
Chelsea is a sweet 6-year-old cocker spaniel and a very good girl! She loves to be right beside you. Good with other dogs. Good with cats, if introduced properly. House trained. Loves people. Weighs about 24 lbs. Chelsea also is on medication every 12 hours for her severe allergies. PRN is seeking a forever foster that would give Chelsea a loving & safe forever home to ensure she receives her meds on time. PRN pays for the medical fees for fosters when taken to their vet.
Chelsea is bonded with 15-year-old Charlie. Charlie loves people & is a very good boy! Weighs about 26 lbs. It would be ideal for the pair to be kept together but it's most important that Chelsea find a foster home so that she will be given her medication on time, which is very difficult in the shelter.
Think you may be interested? Requirements are a fenced yard, vet reference, no children in the home under 6 and to be a permanent resident of Jax.
Contact Peggy at 904-477-1000 for more info or to apply.

Pet Rescue North,Inc

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Peggy Haynes
Jacksonville, FL 32218

Their adoption process

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Our adoption fee is $150.This covers spaying/neutering,shots,a heartworm test.This fee also might cover any illnesses or injuries animals may have suffered when entering into our system.We will pay for the heartworm treatment, when needed. Before adoption all animals are checked by the vet so we know a healthy animal will be going to it's new home. Adopters must be permanent residents of the Jacksonville area.They must have a fenced yard and be able to provide a vet reference. When adopting a shelter pet, children in the family must be over six. The shelter dogs and cats are strays and we usually have no history on the animal.When we post animals for people who are trying to rehome their pets, there may not be an age requirement. The current owner can provide a history of the animal with children.

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.We ask interested adopters to go to our site and view animals available.Then after doing an application and checking the vet reference and the home/yard we set up an appointment to bring the dog to the potential adopter. All our animals are on a trial period of at least two weeks in their new home before adoption is final. We always have animals exercising and by not having people constantly walking through the shelter their routine is not interrupted. We do not make our address publicly available as in the beginning we found kittens,puppies and cats in boxes at our front gate.Dogs have been tied to our dumpster even.

More about this shelter

We are a no-kill shelter/sancuary.We have been in operation for 30 years. We promote spaying/neutering. When we can not accept an animal from an owner we offer free advertising as a means to get a forever home versus taking the animal to a kill shelter. We sometimes help with medical bills for people who are unable to provide care.Example we spay/neuter for the elderly and people who are needing assistance.Sometime in certain cases we will help with vet bills if the animal is sick and the only alternative for the owner is relinquishing the animal to a kill shleter.We work closely with local vets. In 2001 Pet Rescue North won The Most Humane Caregiver of Animals from the Jacksonville Humane Society. We operate strictly on donations.And our workers are volunteers.We accept money and items needed to operate the shelter such as food and cleaning items We have qualified for the Compaign Federal Campaign payroll deduction plan.Also the United Way write in payroll deduction plan.