2022 SCCR Calendars On Sale NOW

2022 SCCR Calendar Sneak Peek

The 2022 Second Chance Cocker Rescue calendar is on sale NOW!

Thank you to everyone who sent in photos! The pages are filled with the cutest dogs and we can’t wait for you all to see them!

If you love cocker spaniels as much as we do, we’d love to send a calendar to you! All proceeds from our calendars go directly to saving Cocker Spaniels in need! We are so thankful for all of your support. We couldn’t save so many dogs from near and far without your help!

Pre-order your calendars for just $25 each — shipping included!!! Hurry and get yours before they sell out!!

Head on over to our PayPal page to order your 2022 Second Chance Cocker Rescue Calendar!!!

2021 SCCR Holiday Auction

Our SCCR Holiday Auction is LIVE!

SHOP HERE

Shop from 11pm PST 11/15/201 to 11pm PST 11/22/2021. Items will ship within a week of auction end.

We will be adding more items every day, so be sure to keep checking in to see what’s new! We have lots of great cocker items up for bid!

CLICK THE LINK

Thank You!

Thank you!

Thank you so much to everyone who supported our Panda Express fundraiser on Friday 11/12/21!

You helped us raise $154.31 for cocker spaniels in need!

If you missed this fundraiser, don’t worry! Our next Panda Express Virtual Community Fundraiser will be on Friday, December 17, 2021.

Happy Birthday, Elizabeth!

Happy Birthday, Elizabeth!

Happy Birthday to the Queen of Cockers! You have not only changed the lives of every dog (and cat and rabbit and horse and pig and goat and chicken and burro) that you’ve saved, but you’ve changed the lives of so many people you’ve touched with your dedication to making the world a better place. This beautiful email from one of our SCCR friends says it best!

“Elizabeth has been a dream come true for both hundreds (probably thousands) of cocker spaniels (and the wannabees) and dozens (probably hundreds) of people that she has inspired.
We are truly amazed [with] what she has done with the organization and the Jamestown sanctuary. She is a little too modest to take much credit and I recommend the board consider how the organization can recognize this almost life long devotion. She deserves some permanent recognition whether she wants it or not.

I know a very generous donation was made to help build most of the sanctuary and its naming was a nice thank you. Without Elizabeth’s charm, brains and determination, the project would be as we say “still a hole in the ground.”

Thank everyone that has contributed their valuable time and money.
Jerry and Cybel”

We all love you EB! We respect your vision, and your passion for saving animals everywhere! Thank you for all that you do!!!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!

Please consider making a birthday donation to help honor Elizabeth and all the work she’s done to save cocker spaniels in need. No donation is too small and all are greatly appreciated!

Sammy Got Hit By a Car

One year old Sammy is going into surgery for his broken leg last week. When his family found out the cost they called us for help and relinquished him. The poor boy has a really bad break. We need good thoughts for him to be able to keep his leg. There are two breaks and a floating section. Since it happened over 48hrs before we go him his chance of a successful surgery of placing a plate on to hold all 3 pieces in place weren’t good but Dr. Jackson made it work. Now we put him on bed rest to make sure it heals well. There is still a chance we might have to amputate. Once his leg is healed then he goes back for cherry eye surgery and a neuter. Poor boy. That is a lot of bed rest for a youngster.

We need your help to pay for his surgery. Your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps. Thank you for your support. https://www.facebook.com/donate/1072736169943489/

Ann summers, will be greatly missed

Many of you  knew Ann Summers from the Cocker Spaniel Rescue group, Cocker Connection. She was known as one of the most compassionate and dedicated Cocker rescuers in California. We were proud to have her on our Advisory board and such good friend for so many years. Ann’s whole world revolved around her beloved husband, Mike, and her rescue work.

We are sad to say we lost Ann this last Sunday and we will miss sharing pictures of our latest rescues with her and hearing her rescue stories. Every dog she rescued and every family she placed those dogs with have been changed and touched by Ann. They, like us, will never be the same. In honor of her memory and rescue work we have placed a beautiful plaque at the Sanctuary on one of our benches so you can remember her when you visit and were we will think about her every day.

A donation in honor of Ann and the work she dedicated her life too.

Help Frannie Mae and lenny

Please help Frannie Mae and Lenny! They are both about 7 years old and they were picked up together, so it would appear that they came out of the same home. We do not know yet if they are a ‘bonded pair’ or not. We just got them from the Coachella shelter a few a days ago . We do not know anything about them other than they were scared in the shelter. They will be vetted and have surgery in 2 weeks. A donation of any size toward their care is much appreciated. Thank you in advance .If you can find it in your heart to donate to their care, here’s how you can help:CLICK THE DONATE BUTTON BELOW

⬇️PAYPAL US

SEND A CHECK:SCCR, PO Box 1419, Twain Harte, CA 95383

VENMO US:secondchancecockerrescueorg@gmail.com

Calling All Cockers!

It’s that time of year!

2022 SCCR Calendar Fundraiser

Our annual calendar contest is live! Click on our fundraising page, donate for the spot you want, and email us your favorite high resolution photo of your cocker!

Large spots are $50 (24 available)
Small spots are $20 (you can purchase as many as you like but each one has to be a different photo)

Arlo’s Sanctuary Building Sponsorship Fundraiser

This is the Arlo’s Sanctuary Building Sponsorship Fundraiser. It’s purpose is to give you a chance to sponsor a kennel, pasture or the hay barn. You will get a sign will be mounted on the buildings where all see. The pastures, goat and pig pens will have a stone placque. Pick your spot. Make a donation.

1-Dog kennel…$5,000–SOLD..Darcey’s Sweete Shoppe
2- Dog kennel… Bank-$5,000
3- Dog kennel… Mercantile -$5,000
4-Feral Cat House…Bordello -$5,000
5- Dog kennel… Gazette -$5,000
6- Dog kennel… Saloon -$5,000
7-Guest House -$5,000
8-Sherrif’s Office -$5,000 – SOLD Arlo Waggontail, Sheriff
9- Dog kennel… -$5,000 HOLD “Ann’s Apothecary”
10- Dog kennel… Doctor Office -$5,000
11-Goat pen-$2500
12-barn…Livery -$10,000
13-Pig Pen -$2500
14-Pot Belly Pig Pen -$2500
15-Horse Pasture-$3000
16- Horse Pasture-$3000
17-Horse Pasture-$3000
18-Hay Barn and Feed Store -$5000

The story of Marty

Marty is an incredibly sweet boy that we got out of the shelter. He was overgrown and matted with his nails curled around and one digging back into the pad. He has since been shaved down and looks great. His face was very swollen on one side so we assumed a dental infection of some sort. He was also not neutered so immediately got him in for a neuter and dental because we knew we had to do something about the swelling and infection. Marty is a very lovie boy, but if you touched his face he would snap at you. Once he was under anesthesia they got in to look and were horrified by what was in there. His teeth were so badly abcessed and infected it was amazing that he could eat at all. Swollen gums, jammed full of foxtails (yes, even in his mouth) and rotted. When one tooth was pulled, blood came out his nose. This was a serious dental issue going on! Needless to say, he lost many teeth! He has a bit of a recovery ahead after all this, but we feel that once he is healed up he will be an even more awesome dog. He already is, just was in so much pain and now he is going to feel great. Marty is about 8 years old and it will be a couple of weeks before he will be ready to go. There will be a follow up vet visit due to the extensive damage in his mouth, his bone had turned spongy due to infection and that will take a while to clear up. Marty does fine with other dogs. He is not aggressive, but he does like to be the dominant boy. This should subside since he is now neutered. He loves people and does love to give kisses and now that his breath will be better, the kisses will be much better too! If you can find it in your heart to donate to Marty’s care, here’s how you can help:CLICK THE DONATE BUTTON BELOW⬇️PAYPAL US https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=Y5U4DYESURCBYSEND A CHECK: SCCR, PO Box 1419, Twain Harte, CA 95383VENMO US: secondchancecockerrescueorg@gmail.com#secondchancecockerrescue #adoptdontshop #rescuedog #fosteringsaveslives #cockerspaniel #medicalneedsdog #animalrescue

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