Let’s say hello to one of our Second Chance Cocker Rescue – Global Rescue Fund dogs, Lily!!!
Lily is a sweet little 1 year old girl that is being saved from terrible conditions associated with the Asian dog meat trade and is on her way to us. In one short week, Lily and her 4 friends will be on US soil and on their way to loving forever homes!
We are so lucky to have the opportunity to help Lily and the other 4 cocker spaniels that we will be welcoming into our rescue! Getting Lily and her friends to us is no small feat! It is taking a team of people and loads of resources to coordinate their rescue. We are looking at a starting cost of $500 per dog to get them spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and transported from Asia to Los Angeles. We have about half of the funds raised already, but we still have a long way to go before we reach our $2,500 goal! We can not do this with out your help!
We have created the Second Chance Cocker Rescue – Global Rescue Fund to provide for the care of these and all future Cocker Spaniels that we rescue from overseas. If you would like to donate to our international rescue efforts, it would be greatly appreciated. All money donated to this fund will go directly to these dogs.
We are truly blessed to have your support! Our SCCR friends are the reason we can now make a bigger impact in the world of animal rescue and save more Cocker Spaniels!
We are thrilled to announce that we will be welcoming 5 beautiful Cocker Spaniels into our rescue from overseas! Let us introduce you you Baloo (1 year old), Lily (1 year old), and Iris (1 1/2 years old) and her puppies Jin (7 months old) and Orchid (7 months old)!
These sweet babies were saved from terrible conditions associated with the Asian dog meat trade and are on their way to us. Once here, all 5 dogs will get checked by our vet, be evaluated behaviorally, and placed in loving homes! We can’t wait to meet them and get to know them better! We will be sure to keep everyone updated on their journey to freedom!!
Getting these pups to us is no small feat! It is taking a team of people and loads of resources to coordinate their rescue. We are looking at a starting cost of $500 per dog to get them spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and transported from Asia to Los Angeles. We can not do this with out your help!
We have launched the Second Chance Cocker Rescue – Global Rescue Fund to provide for the care of these and all future Cocker Spaniels that we rescue from overseas. If you would like to donate to our international rescue efforts, it would be greatly appreciated. All money donated to this fund will go directly to these dogs.
Our mission has always been to help Cocker Spaniels in need, and with your support and generosity, we can widen our reach and make a bigger impact in the world of animal rescue and save more Cocker Spaniels!
Happy Weekend, friends! Furby here!
While I’m still waiting for my furever home, my foster mom noticed I was having some potty troubles and took me to the vet. I heard them say I have bladder stones, big ones, and I need surgery to remove them. I know it will make me feel much better, but I’m a little nervous. Bumblebee has been keeping me company. I love her so much! And my foster mom is doing a great job of keeping me comfortable.
My vet told my foster mom that my surgery will be about $800 and I know she would love if our SCCR friends could help us out. If you’d like to help cover some of my medical bills, please donate. No amount is too small. We appreciate all of your love and support!
We all love our cocker-babies! Maddie and Daisy would like to take a survey/poll about what makes our cocker spaniel site customer/client friendly? This information will be used to improve our site, and to create opportunities for cocker spaniel lovers everywhere to give feedback about what makes you feel passionate and committed to our rescue! Below this poll is the director’s contact information for any feedback or opinions that the survey/poll does not address that you feel are important to discuss! Happy tails to you! Thank you for helping us to save more cocker spaniels in the future!
1. Do you think that our website is organized and easy to use?
2. Do you have any ideas for improving our website?
3. What is it that makes you want to donate to our rescue?
4. Are you comfortable when we add non-cocker spaniels to our site as a courtesy post?
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I went to my vet yesterday for a limp and now I need surgery! Yikes! I have a ligament that is torn in my leg and the doc said that it will not heal on its own. I am in a foster home right now, and I don’t want to lose this chance at a happy ending!
In this picture with me is my BFF Chloe. ❤️She went to the vet with me, and she helped me to not freak out so much. I am only a young pup (2 to 3) so the recommendation is surgery ASAP. BUT… it is going to cost $810.00. Can you believe that? I really need help so that I can spend the rest of my life with Chloe. She has become my very own ESA: Emotional Support Animal. I am so very lucky that Chloe loves me no matter what, but I want to run and play with her, and to take care of her if she needs it!
Please help me to spend my life with this family! They are perfect for me! And Chloe lives with them! Every dollar helps! Every penny helps! I appreciate all the help I have received so far, and I am so grateful. I never knew there were such kind people in the world until Second Chance took me in and cared for me. I know that someday I will put all of the abuse that I have suffered behind me! I will keep in touch with updated info for all who have cheered me on! Hugs always, Devon!
If you can help donate towards Devon’s medical care, please click here! All donations are greatly appreciated!
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We are making progress slowly but surely at the Sanctuary. The water damage in the trailer is being fixed one room at a time. We have had one shed built to cover our well pump and filters and another one is being ordered to be used as a laundry room and storage shed outside the trailer. Beth has found someone to generously donate a used washer and dryer for us. They will be picked up as soon as the shed is in place.
We have run out of funds in the Building Fund after our first shed. We need $2600 total for the second shed and someone has committed $1500 matching funds so we just need $1100 to get it on order. Can you help? This shed is very important. We have started to get donations of stuff and have no where to put them.
We need someone to help weed wack before the Oct 12 weekend house warming. We want everyone to have enough room to park, picnic and walk around where the kennels will be built without rolling in stickers. Someone has donated a used gas weed wacker, can you donate a week end to help us tidy up?
Mary and Wayne have offer to donate 8 tons of pavers. They would make an amazing meditation garden. The pavers are in Santa Barbara and we need help getting them to Jamestown…any one have a flat bed truck who is willing to help? We can help pay for gas. Even if you can only take part of them that would be tremendous help.
We also need help getting our 27 ft travel trailer from the Hemut area to Jamestown. It just needs a ball and hitch to pull it and again we are willing to help with gas. We need that up here by the Oct 12th weekend too if at all possible.
And if you can’t help move the pavers or travel trailer then maybe you can help donate towards the gas?
And last but no way least the first order of memorial pavers was delivered. We are looking for someone to help design a memorial wall and water feature for our memorial garden.
It’s vet day for Daisy May and Charlie.
Daisy is having SEVERAL teeth extracted along with multiple bumps removed.
Charlie is having cherry eye surgery along with having a few bumps removed and some tests done to determine why he is always panting and why his belly is so firm and distended.
In all, we are looking at a vet bill that will be close to $1,800-$2,000 for these two today.
If you are able to donate to help cover their vet bills, we would be eternally grateful. Even a few dollars helps when it all adds up.
We will keep you updated on how their procedures go! Thank you for all of your support. We couldn’t save wonderful dogs like Daisy May and Charlie without you!
Charlie is lucky enough to have a few people interested in him, but Daisy May is still looking for her forever home. We know someone out there will show this sweet little blind girl all of the love and affection she deserves. Both dogs qualify for our sanctuary program.
Both dogs are currently in Simi Valley, CA. If you would like to give either of them a loving home, please fill out our adoption application.