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Cocker Inn® Directory

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Siouxsie Q is an adorable 3-4 year old female with a midnight coat who found herself lost, blind and alone in the Bryan/College Station area. Volunteer Ken brought her home, Aunt Karen cleaned her up, and foster mom Susie took her in and nicknamed her ZuZu. In April, the Cocker Inn® arranged for ZuZu to have cataract surgery, and now she can see all of the kitty cats and blind CockerKids® who share her foster home. ZuZu is confident, loves to ride in cars, and is busy looking at everything with amazement and wonder. She is cuddly like a teddy bear, and is ready for her forever home. ZuZu says that she likes other doggies, but she wants to be the boss.
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"A face without freckles is like a sky without stars"
-author unknown

Beasley is an adorable freckle-faced little guy who came to us from a local shelter. His coat was quite matted so he had to be shaved but that seemed to be just fine with him. This 3-4 year old sweetheart absolutely loves having a doggy door at his foster home so he can go in and out while spending his days chasing birds. This is one happy little boy who loves to play ball and appears to love everyone. We are head over heels for Mr. Beasley.

O'Malley finally got some Irish luck when he checked in to the Cocker Inn®. Horribly matted with wire screen caught up in the mats underneath, it took over two hours to slowly remove the mess. Once cleaned up, a handsome red and white parti boy emerged. Now that he can easily move without being stuck by the wire, O'Malley is running and playing. His best buddy is Oscar. They spend hours romping and wagging their tails. O'Malley is searching for his four leaf clover that will bring him a new forever home.
Matted O'Malley before grooming
Oscar had reason to be grouchy. He was caught as a stray and sent to local shelter. He could barely walk because of all the mats. His back teeth were almost black. After some badly needed dental attention and a good grooming, this small 5-6 year old boy found his youth. He is playing and gets along well with all the CockerKids. He will jump up right in the middle of a lap full of cockers and find his own space. Oscar is a happy boy who will wag his way into your heart.
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Carlton is ready to spring out of the CockerInn® sick bay unit and into the arms of a loving forever family. He is one special boy. House and crate trained, Carlton loves everyone and other dogs although we are not sure about kitties! He would love kids to play with but, but is perfectly happy to have all your attention. Carlton will steal your heart very fast so make sure you're ready to fall in love! His foster mom says that if the Inn wasn't fully booked, Carlton would have a home forever! Just love this sweet boy! If you've always wanted a devoted companion by your side, you can count on Carlton sticking by you forever! Patrick's good luck started the day he came to the CockerInn®. This three year old sable and white boy is even better looking in person. His favorite toy is an empty water bottle that he loves to squeak. He also enjoys playing with his CockerKid® siblings. Patrick loves to give kisses and snuggle in bed. He gets nervous when he is out of his safe environment and would do best in an all adult home. You will have the luck of the Irish with Patrick in your home.
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Abby Rose is as sweet as her name. We found her sitting unclaimed in a shelter with heartworms. This two and a half year old girl just can't wait to find a lap into which to settle. She will press herself against you as if trying to soak up all the love she missed from her former life. Abby Rose spends her days at the Cocker Inn® running and playing with the other CockerKids®. She is a happy girl and gets along with everyone. Abby Rose will bring sunshine and bouquets of happiness to her forever home. Miss Marley is a one to two year old black and tan female. She arrived at the Cocker Inn® with a case of the mange. Since being sprung from isolation, Marley is having the time of her life. Her foster mom says she is very sweet and still very puppy. She loves to sprint across the big backyard. She will play with anyone she can engage. Marley would be great with kids who can give her lots of play time.
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I don't ever wanna know
No other shotgun rider beside me
Life ain't nothing but a dream, don't wanna be
Cruisin' through this dream without you

McGraw and Miranda knocked on the door of a Good Samaritan, they were matted messes with sticks and mud caked all over them. The Good Samaritan cleaned them up as best she could and made reservations at the Cocker Inn®. When McGraw first checked in, he was very skittish and looking for the door. After just a week, he settled in and learned to trust. Like his country heart throb namesake, our mild mannered 8 year old McGraw has a fan club. He follows his foster mom everywhere and enjoys being a lap dog. He is even giving her kisses now. His favorite petting spot for is under his ears and he just can't get enough. McGraw has "Faith" he will find his Shotgun Rider to cruise through his dream life.
Miranda and McGraw before grooming and a bath

When Miranda and McGraw knocked on a stranger's door, she had a gaping cut across her back. The kind lady took her to the vet and had her stitched up. We don't know what happened but the cut has healed. Miranda was in heat when we got her, but has now been spayed. This pretty three year old buff girl weighs about 18 pounds. Miranda is always smiling and wagging her tail. She no longer has muddy or calloused paws. Just like her namesake, Miranda has Roots and Wings and is ready to fly into her new home.
Scar on Miranda's back
Leo is a gorgeous, shiny four year old boy who was cast out of his former home because he had a cataract. Rejected and dejected, Leo came to live at the CockerInn®. A visit to the eye specialist determined he has his small cataract isn't really a cause for concern. His eye pressures are good and no medication or follow up visits are required. Leo loves to be with his human especially snuggling into lap. No lap? No problem. He likes to play ball if a lap is not available. Leo gets along with everyone and will easily settle in to your home and lifestyle. We don't know how long Harmon was running the streets before a Good Samaritan found him. When he checked in to the Cocker Inn®, he went straight to the infirmary with a nasty cough. After weeks of special care and nebulizer treatments, Harmon was able to have a benign tumor removed from his face and get neutered. Once he cleared the surgery, he started heartworm treatment. Through it all, Harmon has given sweet cocker kisses thanking his many care givers. He LOVES to play with toys and gets along with the other CockerKids®. His favorite sleeping spot is next to his human. He will finish his heartworm treatment at the end of March. Harmon loves to travel in the car and is packing his bags to start his next adventure.
Holiday Harmon and a friend

The following CockerKids® have found their way into our foster home network, and are looking for their forever home. As we get more information on them it will be posted on this site.