As we approach the holidays, there are "sighs from the heart", surrounding all the newly rescued cockerkids. We have cockerkids in all colors, shapes and sizes. All beautiful and awaiting their forever homes.
Understandably, not everyone can foster or make monetary donations. However, we have had great success from people posting our website on the company bulletin board, or sharing our story with family members and friends. We are always looking for ways to share information regarding rescue and would be honored to speak at a party or gathering to promote and educate on the joys of these 2nd Chance Cockerkids..
Help with our Special Needs Cockers is always a blessing for us, as well as the giver. Watching that "special cockerkid" progress, knowing you are a part of that success story, can bring a Texas size smile to anyone. Their path to a forever home is often much longer and their veterinary bills much steeper. Our faith is strong that "Their" forever home is out there and they too will experience unconditional love. Meanwhile they are saving their cocker kisses for "YOU"?
We are a 501(c)(3) TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATION. You can feel confident 100% of your donation goes to charity. REST ASSURED any donation large or small, goes directly to our "cockerkids" to pay for the ever increasing vet bills and to rehabilitate these discarded cockerkids. NO phone solicitors, NO salaries are deducted, and NO selling of names and addresses to other charities. PLEASE KEEP US IN MIND. Help us renew the spirit to keep taking our leap of faith, one that God continues to bless. WE truly thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
Cocker Spaniel Rescue of East Texas has many delightful cockers in all ages, sizes and colors who are looking for forever homes. Occasionally, we have puppies that come in also. If you have a place in your home and heart for one of these charming cockers, please give us a call on our hotline at 713-208-1314. We are always in need of foster homes, so if you would like to join our family of volunteers, please give us a call. We are a group of approximately 30 families who have formed a unique bond all because of our common love for Cocker Spaniels. If you are a cocker lover, please consider becoming a part of our family.
Our new donation fee is $250 for young healthy dogs and a sliding scale will be used for the seniors and the special needs dogs, but we spend an average of $350 per dog for medical treatment and care. At that rate, we go into the hole fast, but our program has always been a leap of faith and we maintain our pace because of all of our loyal supporters that donate regularly. Please consider joining us in helping these loving animals in anyway you can. We assure you, the rewards are enormous!
We are a non-profit organization that depends on our fellow cocker spaniel lovers to keep our program going. If you would like to support us financially, you can mail your tax deductible donation to:
Adopting a friend
In Order to be Considered to Adopt One of Our Cockerkids the Following Criteria Must Be Met
Be an adult with responsibility for maintaining a household (no students).
Have a fenced yard.
Have current identification showing address and/or phone number.
Have the knowledge and consent of all adults living in household.
Be able to spend the time and money necessary to provide for the training, medical treatment and proper care of the pet.
Have the resources to make a non-refundable donation.
Agree to provide the pet with an indoor home with fenced yard and be willing to consider it a member of the family.
Understand that all Cocker Spaniel Rescue pets are neutered/spayed.
Place personal ID on the animal as soon as possible.
Provide an environment for the animal that will keep it safe and secure.
Puppies are not placed in homes with children under 7 years of age.
Understand that Cocker Spaniel Rescue has the right to either deny or approve your adoption application without explanation.
PUPPY POLICY: We do not adopt infant puppies (less than 4 months) to homes with children less than 7 years old, apartment dwellers or to homes where no one is home during the day. All puppies must be neutered/spayed, and Cocker Rescue reserves the right to take the animal back if proper documentation is not made available to the organization at the specified time.
Cocker Spaniel Rescue of East Texas - Houston P.O. Box 28
Sugar Land, TX 77487-0028