Tag: Charities

Cricket is Chirping with Gratitude

Meet Cricket. This adorable and gorgeous girl was found wandering the streets and was picked up, by good samaritans. They saw mammary glands hanging down and thought she might be pregnant. Thoughtfully, they took her to a vet immediately, and learned that she is NOT pregnant. Cricket does… Continue Reading “Cricket is Chirping with Gratitude”

Helen the Brave

Meet Helen, our newest sweetheart. Helen came from the San Jacinto shelter where she ended up after being picked up as a stray.  This poor girl has never known care in her short little life.  The shelter aged her at 7 years old, but her… Continue Reading “Helen the Brave”

Joe is Seeing with his Heart

We rescued sweet Joe at the Santa Cruz shelter last week. He is blind, has a collapsed vertebrae and bad skin. Fortunately, we immediately got a foster mom for him in Paso Robles. She is taking great care of him and has reported that despite… Continue Reading “Joe is Seeing with his Heart”

Daisy Needs to Learn how to Bloom

Daisy was purchased as an 8 week old puppy by a couple without children. They retired when Daisy was about 5-6 moths old and started traveling, leaving Daisy home alone for weeks to months at a time. She was left with an auto waterer,… Continue Reading “Daisy Needs to Learn how to Bloom”

Turning Copper Into Gold

We have known Copper for several years. He has always had a problem meeting new people and being in new situations. He had separation anxiety and he had bitten several people. His mother was out of her depth with him and finally gave in… Continue Reading “Turning Copper Into Gold”

Update on Athena Who’s Hoping to See Again

Remember my story “Not just a number to us” from November 2015? It’s me, Athena, back with an update on how I’m doing. Nobody is interested in adopting me because of my cataracts. By golly, I’m only four years old! I think it’s silly, because I… Continue Reading “Update on Athena Who’s Hoping to See Again”

Caring for Carly

We love Cocker Spaniels, don’t get us wrong, but unscrupulous breeders make our blood boil! Meet Carly. The family that used her to breed, decided they had enough of her, and dumped her at the shelter. One of our volunteers found her in pretty bad shape;… Continue Reading “Caring for Carly”

WAGS: Our Exciting Annual Event!

In less than one week, Second Chance Cocker Rescue will be hosting our annual fundraiser called WAGS. WAGS stands for Wine, Art and Garden Sale and the proceeds go to rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming our wagging, wigglebutt Cockers. Sponsored by: Daniel Gehrs Winery located… Continue Reading “WAGS: Our Exciting Annual Event!”

Rescue Groups Coming Together to Help Willie

Willie found himself at the West Valley Shelter two weeks ago. His owner had died without making any arrangements for him. Not well himself, Willie was now sleeping on cement floors and had lost all hope. Lucky for Willie, Springer Spaniel Rescue found him. They… Continue Reading “Rescue Groups Coming Together to Help Willie”

Honoring our Cocker Kids

Last week was my scramble to get taxes done week. And we finally made our appointment with an estate attorney to get our trust reviewed. It is 20 years old and it needed a quick review and updating. It was a chance to add… Continue Reading “Honoring our Cocker Kids”

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