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Mid-South Cocker Spaniel Rescue

Memphis, TN 38117

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Areas Mid-South Cocker Spaniel Rescue serves

Memphis, Bartlett, Germantown, Collierville, Desoto County, Fayette County, Tipton County, Crittenden County

Mid-South Cocker Spaniel Rescue's adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our application process includes a written application, reference check (vet or personal depending on your pet history) and a home visit. We do not adopt to homes with dogs and/or cats that have not been spayed/neutered and require our dogs to be inside pets. Our adoption fee is $200 and goes towards the expenses (spaying/neutering, vaccinating, microchipping, deworming, providing flea and heartworm preventative and any other known medical needs such as heartworm treatment or cherry eye repair).

About Mid-South Cocker Spaniel Rescue

We are a small group of volunteers who rescue cocker spaniels primarily from area animal shelters and foster them in our homes until a forever home is found.

Mid-South Cocker Spaniel Rescue's adopted pets

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