A Gentle Girl Named Babe

My name is Babe and I am searching for a new family. I thought I would be with my momma for the rest of my life, but my momma has Alzheimer’s, and is slowly forgetting to care for me. I like to think I have been a faithful and loving companion to my momma for all 11 years of my life, but the assisted facility thinks it is time to share my love with a new family. My human momma unfortunately has Alzheimers and it is the worst thing ever, to know that someone loves you so much, but just can’t seem to remember who I am or that I need care. My family has made this difficult decision to help me find a loving family that will care for me for the rest of my life. I am a gentle girl who would do best with an older family that can take me for walks a few times a day and help me shed a few pounds to get down to a healthier weight. I have never really been around cats or younger children, but I do ok with other dogs. I am spayed, up to date on my shots, and in general good health for my age.

Would you consider being my final forever family and promise to love me like my momma wants me to be loved? I am being fostered in the Bay Area of Northern California. Please get your applications in fast! I am a keeper!

Donations towards Babe”s medical

“Teddy Bear” pup needs Cherry Eye Surgery

Teddy BearAt the tender age of 4 months, Teddy Bear popped a cherry eye. As soon as the family found out how much it cost to fix, they decided to give him away. Second Chance Cocker Rescue could not have been more delighted! We will fix him up good as new, and find him a family that cares enough to take care of him properly.
Teddy Bear is a sweet Cocker/Golden mix, and it looks like his foster family might adopt him. But first, we have to take care of his neuter and cherry eye surgeries.

Romeo Is A Real Heartbreaker

RomeoRomeo was only 12 weeks old when his family called us and said they wanted to find him a new home because he was blind. He had juvenile cataracts and was having trouble adjusting. When we met Romeo he was afraid to come out of the crate and he flinched when anyone got too close. He had nightmares when he was sleeping where he cried and whimpered.

Romeo 4The first thing we did was make an appointment with our eye specialist in Arroyo Grande. We have to wait until the 25th to see her but in the mean time we started working on his self confidence and training him to deal with the world as a blind boy. He has learned to come when called, to navigate strange places and meet new people. He has learned to deal with stairs, door ways and walking on and off leash. He now loves to go for off leash beach walks, meeting new dogs and people. The nightmares have subsided and now he loves to tease the other foster dogs in the house.

We can’t wait to schedule his surgery so he can see again but until then he will be a well adjusted boy and will enjoy his puppy months instead of living in fear of the black world around him.

Donations to help Romeo see again

Special Needs Puppies

All Three Puppies

Martha had three six week old puppies could not stand or lift their heads but they were eating well. Their other three siblings were normal, healthy puppies but these three were not thriving and it worried her. So when the vet said they would never be normal she was not sure what to do or where to go. One of the vet staff suggested calling us. We were intrigued and just happened to have a foster mom in Santa Barbara who specializes in special needs fosters.

The Girl, Kepmly

Martha agreed to drive them all the way up to Ventura where we would meet her and the three little ones. We did not know what to expect but we found three beautiful babies. They had fat little tummies and healthy coats but they could not stand or even lift their heads normally. They rolled around and bobbed their heads to see around.

Our foster mom created a sling for the puppies to use when eating. (Video of a Puppy Eating In His Sling) It is strengthening their legs and necks and allows them to eat with out getting food all over everything and everybody. She also is giving them sessions on the grass outside where they can roll around to their hearts content and build up more muscle tone in their bodies. The largest boy, Keane is already trying to take steps on is own and the other two, Kenway and Kemply are getting stronger every day.

We had our foster mom contact a group she works with in the Bay Area who specialize in special needs rescues. They have a lot of experience with neurological disorders and are very anxious to see them. She has planned a trip up in a couple of weeks and we will see what they think of our little ones. It is our hope that they will be able to one day, walk and eat on their own. They will never be normal but they can live a normal life with a family who understands their special needs.

Cali Helps Save Cocker Spaniels In Need

Nick, Calli’s dad is fulfilling a New Years resolution to start monthly donation to SCCR. The gift is in honor of “Cali”  whom they adopted on 9/4/2011 from Joann after meeting her at Woofstock in August. “. . . a donation for our naughty little California Girl, Cali to the good folks who helped bring us together! “From a Proud Doggie Daddy

Thank you so much Nick and Cali! It is the support from people like Nick who allow us to rescue dogs like Cali. For as little as $20-30 a month you can help us save cockers in need, one dog at a time.


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From Unwed Mother To Love Muffin

Paulie was torn away from her new born puppies and dumped at the Bakersfield shelter where we found her scared and confused. We took her home to foster in Sacramento with Joann until she was introduced to Dean and Chalayne. It was love at first sight. She is now safe and sound in her new home in Greenbrea. Her new name is Amber and it fits her to a tee.

Donate in honor of Paulie.

Elizabeth’s Birthday Celebration!

November 10, this year, is my 52nd birthday and I would like to ask all of you to share it with me. I have donated $500 to the SCCR dogs as a birthday present to myself because who needs more stuff? If you would like to help me celebrate my birthday, please send a check in any amount to SCCR, 1168 Palomino Rd, Santa Barbara, CA 93105 (be sure to put “For Elizabeth’s Birthday” on it) or click the link below. My goal is to have a big fat check ready for our next big surgery. Now that is the perfect birthday present for me!

All donations will go to our vet bills for the cockers. Cockers like Diezel who lost an eye at 12 weeks when he got in the middle of some rough play with older dogs. He is all better now and still as handsome as always.


-Elizabeth Mazzetti,
President and Founder
Second Chance Cocker Rescue

Make a Donation for Elizabeth’s Birthday

Total to date $2560

Many, many thanks to you all,

John Crow * Kim Quadros * James & Lynda Geidl and “The Furkids” * Marianne England * Phi Luong * Stephanie Kashevaroff * Kate Silsbury * Donna Sarasin * Diane Tracey * Steve & Debbie Weyrauch * Sharilyn Cabelera * Kathy Bushnell * Rebecca Ivie * Albert Winn * Judith Goodbody * Ronald Freeman * Yuehling Chiu * Amy Canzano * Mary Levesque * Carolyn Schneider * Aruna Fazel * Ron & Mary Fitzgerald * Joann Reagan * Cybel Maio * Elizabeth Pearse * Alison Schaumburg * Lori Mathis * Joanne Horton * Sherrie and Fred Johansen

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