SCCR End of the Year Donations

Hi, It’s me Dorie again. I want to wish everyone a really happy New Year! As we get closer to countdown celebrations, many of you are thinking about organizations to which you can unnameddonate money. We’re really hoping you choose us, Second Chance Cocker Rescue. Over the past year, we have successfully rescued, rehabilitated, trained, medically cared for, fostered and re-homed many dogs. Our goals for 2018 include expanding our Bed & Biscuit program, building our dream sanctuary in Tuolumne, CA, continuing to fund our Sanctuary Program; where we pay for the medical needs of our senior dogs in their adopted homes, finding more volunteers for fostering dogs, transportation, grooming, training, photography, fundraising and saving more Cocker IMG_0927babies.

Stella was one of our Cockers who we saved in 2017. She was a mess when we rescued her from the Los Banos, CA shelter a few months ago. With a great vet and lots of TLC from her foster mom, look how beautiful she is now! AND her foster mom made Stella her forever baby, so now she has a home to call her own!

We also rescued baby Sophi, a 9 month old 22195775_2123114534380875_5065202669031897587_nfemale merle Cocker. She had a horrible case of mange, secondary yeast, and a bacterial infection. She was miserable! We got her on the road to perfect puppy health and she found a wonderful forever family! All these stories and more kept us busy and it is thanks to our volunteers and supporters who keep us going!

We have generous donors who have offered to match year-end donations up to $3,000. No donation is too small or large. Please consider us!

Thank you, thank you! Love, Dorie and all the SCCR Cockers

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