We are offering these unique homemade Scrumdiddlelyicious Sugar Cookies. They taste even better than they look and will be custom made to your order. They make wonderful gifts, special occasion desserts and unique hostess gifts. You can be sure no one else will bring them!. You can freeze them too. We will ship them to anywhere within the continental US you choose – no charge! If you have a large order, call about our quantity discounts.
The Postcard cookies use your own pictures to print in sugar icing on the cookie an exact print of your picture. It can be of your favorite dogs, family photos, vacations snaps or your special memories in a one of a kind sugar treasure. These make the most memorable gift you can find. Celebrate birthdays, weddings, a new baby or any special occasion with the gift of the postcard cookies. $15 for 3 or $50 for a baker’s dozen, includes shipping. You can have all the same print or all different. Cookies are 3″x4″.
The Holiday card takes your favorite holiday memories and lets you gift them to your favorite people. $15 for 3 or $55 for a baker’s dozen, includes shipping. You can have all the same print or all different. Cookies are 3″x4″.
Dogs in: Alwin, Millie, and Daisy Mae came up from our facility in Southern CA, Dakota and Jimmy came from the Castaic shelter, Teddy, Lilly were re-homed from a kennel in Walnut Creek and Bailey was a rehome from the Bay Area. Adoptions: Daisy Mae, Rory, Allie and Dakota!
This month we have been working in the menus and sending out the invitations for the Open House and BBQ at the Sanctuary on Oct 8th. We hope you can all make it. It should be tons of fun and lots of good food. You can feed treats to the horses burros and goats. Pet and love on the dogs and have a good time with other Cocker Spaniel people. Please RSVP by Oct 1st if you can come. Frank our new part time kennel attendant started this month and we are delighted with him. He will give Ericka some well deserved days off. We also need more volunteers to help groom the dogs. Ericka is doing a great job but it is too much for one person. We will train you how to bath and clip a Cocker!
This week we are getting ready for the super hot weather coming up. Doggie misters, swimming pools, AC in all the Bungalows. They will be as comfy as we can get them.
Welcome To The Sanctuary
SECOND CHANCE COCKER RESCUE IS EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THE GRAND OPENING OF OUR ARLO’S MERCANTILE STORE ON BONFIRE.
Check out our beautiful baseball caps, long and short sleeved t-shirts and note cards. We will be introducing new merchandise throughout the year. Please click on the link to check out our store. All of the proceeds from our store goes toward helping us pay for the medical needs of our pups.
We first saw Simba in the shelter listings a couple of weeks ago and watched him while waiting for his wait hold to be over. His owner finally came and claimed him, then he was picked up by Animal Control two days later and taken back to the shelter. We saw him again and again; we watched and were waiting for him to become available so we could get him. Fortunately, his owner relinquished him this time and we swooped in and grabbed him.
Upon seeing him in person we were horrified at his condition. Matted fur everywhere and some of the worst ear infections we have ever seen. Black matted fur and his ears are bleeding from him scratching them so much. The smell is overwhelming, not to mention all the foxtails that were pulled out during his groom. The matting was extensive and bad. He must have been living outside because the smell was so significant you could never have had him in the house. We pulled out a couple dozen foxtails that were embedded into his skin.He is all groomed now and we know he is feeling much, much better.
Santa Barbara Cocker Reunion Picnic
July 16th 12-3pm Rincon Beach, Carpinteria, Bates Road Exit.
Bring your picnic lunch, dogs and shade umbrella.
Sanctuary Open House and BBQ
October 8th 2-5pm, 9785 Peppermint Creek Rd, Jamestown, CA
RSVP for the BBQ. Spend the weekend and make it a holiday.
Take a look at the trailer for the American Rescue Dog Show May 25th. Jin is an SCCR alumni from China and made it into the show. See how far he has come. Click on the links :
Meet Simon! We were surprised to find out he has a raging case of scarcoptic mange and is one sad boy. He is off to the vet for some good meds and a recovery that usually takes six weeks. He will feel better very soon. Can you help with his vet bills? Your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps. Thank you for your support.