Tag: Canine Cataract Surgery

My Christmas Wish is to See Again

Hi, my name is Baxter. I was recently rescued by the fantastic folks at Second Chance Cocker Rescue. I’m 9 years old, and have been blind for a few years. It doesn’t stop me from enjoying my walks, snuggling with my foster mom on the couch, getting… Continue Reading “My Christmas Wish is to See Again”

Peaach Can See Today

Peaach went in for her cateract surgery this morning and by noon she could see again for the first time in a year. We are so excited. Many, many thanks to everyone but most especially Matteo, Lynn and Dennis who made all this possible… Continue Reading “Peaach Can See Today”

Peaach’s Movie

Tomorrow is my birthday, yep, 29 again! My husband asked me what I wanted for a gift and I could not think of anything that would make me happier than making a donation in honor of Peaach. Peaach is very close to my heart and… Continue Reading “Peaach’s Movie”

2014 Annual Letter To Our Supporters

This year, with your unfailing support, we rescued over 140 dogs and supported 34 dogs in loving sanctuary homes. We created our new “Team Lead” positions which allow us to expand into new geographical areas covering the state of California more completely than ever.… Continue Reading “2014 Annual Letter To Our Supporters”

It Is A Good Thing He Has Us!

Colton is a dear sweet boy with weak back legs that are cow hocked. The Gene Fairies were not very kind to Colton when he was born. At the tender age of 4-5 he already has bad knees from arthritis and the cataracts he… Continue Reading “It Is A Good Thing He Has Us!”

Update From Lulu’s Family

Lulu had her cataract surgery. She can now see again for the first time in years!! We got a report from her family. “Lulu is healing great! We are very grateful and happy. Love, Claudiia” Thank you to everyone who donated towards her surgery this year! Donations towards… Continue Reading “Update From Lulu’s Family”

What A Day!

Wow, what a year for our Annual Cocker Reunion Picnic’s….we had over 80 SCCR cockers come to both our picnics this year! The Santa Barbara picnic was Saturday and boy did we have a great time. We got to visit with old friends and… Continue Reading “What A Day!”

Romeo Is A Real Heartbreaker

Romeo 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… Continue Reading “Romeo Is A Real Heartbreaker”

Make Your Reservations Now!

The Sacramento SCCR Cocker Picnic is coming up fast on Saturday, June 22nd. . . You can purchase your tickets online now or send us an email to RSVP and buy your tickets at the door. The SCCR Santa Barbara Picnic is scheduled for Saturday, July 20th.… Continue Reading “Make Your Reservations Now!”

She Was Hit By A Car And Her Pelvis Was Shattered

Talia was hit by a car and taken to the shelter.  We knew when we got the call that her vet bills could be high and we didn’t have much to spare but she was in so much pain when we got the call… Continue Reading “She Was Hit By A Car And Her Pelvis Was Shattered”

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