Tag: animals

2020 Will Be The Year Of The COCKER!

Greetings from Second Chance Cocker Rescue. This past year was a busy one for all of us at SCCR, and we have no intention of slowing down in 2020! As you know, our primary mission has always been to rescue and find loving homes… Continue Reading “2020 Will Be The Year Of The COCKER!”

Build It And They Will Come!

We are very excited to announce that Timothy and Connie Wagner have donated enough money to start building our Kennels…we have enough to put in a parking lot ( mandated by the county ), build the kennels and put in all the fencing! This… Continue Reading “Build It And They Will Come!”

Deciding On A Theme

Picking out the look and feel of our Sanctuary was difficult. Once we decided on a Gold Mining Town theme, figuring out how to create it was even harder until we saw the Hurst Ranch Sheds for sale just down the road at the… Continue Reading “Deciding On A Theme”

Meditation Garden

Now that we have an address to mail our Memorial Bricks to I can place our first order. It will include all the bricks you have purchased for our Meditation Garden. We are talking to an artist about creating a work of art with… Continue Reading “Meditation Garden”

Sanctuary Update

Dear Sanctuary Supporters, Our first update on the Sanctuary work! We  got the utilities turned on and got a wonderful surprise. The previous owner told us we would need a new hot water heater and HVAC system in the trailer..nope, they all work just… Continue Reading “Sanctuary Update”

Tumors and dentals and vet bills! Oh my!

“There’s no place like home. There’s no place like home. There’s no place like home.” I’m sure if our doggies had ruby slippers they’d all click there heels and wish for a home themselves. But for most of them, there is a bit of… Continue Reading “Tumors and dentals and vet bills! Oh my!”

Seeking a very special person for our very special girl, Gina!

Gina is a 2 year old little girl who is a very sweet, loving dog but has had a rough couple years finding her furever home because of her rare bladder condition. Gina was born with an Ectopic Ureter, which led her to have constant accidents the first two years of her life and she will likely deal with incontinence for the rest of her life. Everyone had seemed to give up hope for Gina but we think that with the right living situation, she will be a fantastic family member for someone.

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… Continue Reading “A Gentle Girl Named Babe”

A Buddy in Need

This handsome Cocker named Buddy’s mom is an elderly woman with apparently no family around.  She ended up in the hospital and animal control was asked to get him.  After animal control picked him up and held him for awhile, they contacted SCCR and… Continue Reading “A Buddy in Need”

Building A Dream

We are excited to start moving forward with our goal of building a Cocker Spaniel Sanctuary. We want to expand our senior dog sanctuary program and have a place we are proud to have you come visit and volunteer. The Second Chance Cocker Sanctuary… Continue Reading “Building A Dream”

%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this: