*Toby - Male

ADOPTED Toby has found his forever home. His mom writes,  "it was love at first sight. He does not leave my side. Stands on his hind legs to get a treat! Watches out the window when I leave and return in the car. Sleeps in my bed at night. A total gem!" His new "brother" Bear, is watching.

Alex - Female

Hi my name is Alex and I am 10 ½ yrs. old and I was ADOPTED!!!!

The wonderful people at Cocker Spaniel Rescue of New England took very good care of me and found me a new place to live. I wanted to let everyone know that I have a new Family, and I could not be happier. I have been adopted by a wonderful couple in Vermont and live in a great house with lots of love. My house has a great yard, that I love to play in and dig in the snow, I even think there might be some bunnies under the steps but I cannot get to them; well save them for later in the spring.

Bailey - Male

Bailey is loving his new home. He's living the good life. He writes:

Hi everyone, it's me...Bailey. It took me awhile to write because I've been so busy in my forever home. My new mom and dad have me pretty busy throughout the day that I can't wait to relax at night. I go for a walk with mom in the neighborhood almost daily and take part of the day to run errands with her. I love riding in the car. I usually get to co-pilot in the passenger seat...seat belted for safety, of course! Then it's time for my daily brushing and playing in the yard before my new mom goes to work. She can bring me to work sometimes. 

Brandy - Female

ADOPTED:  My name is Brandy.  I am six years old and was adopted a month ago.  I am an only dog and enjoy the attention.  I like going for car rides and walks. I am adjusting to my new home quite quickly. My special diet along with treats of baby carrots keep my ears without infections which works for me. Will write again soon. Love, Brandy

Buttons - Female

Buttons celebrated her first year adoption with a party.

Hannah - Female

Hannah did not get to this level of neglect in just a few months. It takes a long time to get this badly matted and infected. Her hind end was so cast matted that she had trouble walking – in fact she was so desperate that she kept trying to pull the mats out herself.

To add to her distress, Hannah couldn’t see because both of her eyes were full of a yellowish sticky discharge and she couldn’t really open them all the way.

Fast forward shortly after coming to CSRNE – Hannah was given meds for her ears and eyes, bathed and groomed and a lot of TLC.  She was ready to go to a new home.

Fast forward a bit more – Hannah was ADOPTED and is living the great life. She’s fast becoming the first mate on HER boat. She’s loving every minute and her new “parents” are loving every minute with Hannah.  It’s the way it’s supposed to be!!  Thank you to her wonderful new family!!