Willie found himself at the West Valley Shelter two weeks ago. His owner had died without making any arrangements for him. Not well himself, Willie was now sleeping on cement floors and had lost all hope. Lucky for Willie, Springer Spaniel Rescue found him. They pulled him, but when they found out he was a Cocker Spaniel, they called us. We took one look at that face and couldn’t say no!
Once he was out of the shelter on his “Freedom Ride,” his tail started wagging, but he was hesitant to trust after all he had been through. The Springer Spaniel Rescue’s Vet told us he’s approximately 6 years old, he is blind and he may also have a urinary tract infection. We will be taking him to an eye specialist to find out why he is blind. We are short on fosters ourselves and trying to find him a foster home ASAP so he does not stay in a boarding facility for long. He slow to allow people to pet him and so far not giving out any kisses. We are working on helping him to feel safe. Any donations toward his vetting and boarding are appreciated. If you are able to foster or would like this handsome boy to know his future is secure in a loving home, please contact fill out our foster/adoption application. Thank you.