Why Are These Dogs Abandoned?


There are many reasons why a cocker ends up at CSRNE. Sometimes the original owner buys a dog on impulse, such as a cute little puppy at the pet store. The owner is not prepared for the usual problems such as housebreaking and chewing. The owner may have bought the dog for a child who may be too young to be responsible for the dog. Other reasons for abandoning a cocker include moving, inability to handle behavioral problems and the challenge of arranging care when the owner travels.

A Cocker Spaniel can live 12 to 15 years or more. If you are ready for this commitment, your life will be enriched in unimaginable ways!

Remember, when you adopt a cocker you are committing to the entire life of your dog.

Not all of the cockers available for adoption are up on our website. Some are in foster care, being evaluated, and or treated, for health and temperament. Some of these cockers may be adopted to people who have already sent in an application, have been home visited and are now on a waiting list.

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