Tag: Sad Dogs

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”

Charlie is the dearest, sweetest boy

Bingo was a sweet 2 yr old boy who looked perfectly healthy when we pulled him from the shelter. He had a bit of a limp but we were not too worried. We found a great home for him and whisked him off for… Continue Reading “Charlie is the dearest, sweetest boy”

Sarah Jane Needs A New Leg

Sarah Jane is young, sweet and a beautiful girl. Why is it taking so long to find her the right home? She was born with half of her front left leg missing.  She and her sister came into the shelter at the same time… Continue Reading “Sarah Jane Needs A New Leg”

Happy Thanksgiving From SCCR!

We at Second Chance want to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving and to tell you how thankful we are for all of you! Nubian says he is thankful for his foster dad’s slipper but is really hoping that this holiday he will find… Continue Reading “Happy Thanksgiving From SCCR!”

Good Bye To Our Friend Maureen Murray

We are sad to say we had to say good bye to Maureen Murray, one of our best adopters and foster moms. She passed away last week and we are so sad to lose her.  Maureen was a true Cocker mom, she had over… Continue Reading “Good Bye To Our Friend Maureen Murray”

Wandering Lost And Bewildered

Darby was dumped at a park in Long Beach. He was wandering lost and bewildered when a woman picked him up and called one of our volunteers. He was in bad shape so she had him taken straight to a vet for evaluation. He… Continue Reading “Wandering Lost And Bewildered”

Rescuing “rescued” Cocker Spaniels

This is Tiny. She was pulled from the San Bernardino shelter last month by a “rescuer” who is very prominent on Facebook.  Lots of promises were made but Tiny was left stuck in a temporary foster home. The temporary foster mom is stuck with… Continue Reading “Rescuing “rescued” Cocker Spaniels”

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”

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