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Cocker Inn® Directory

We welcome the opportunity to show the dogs outside of adoption days.
To schedule a visit, give us a call at 713-208-1314 or send an email to cockerinfo@swbell.net.
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Colby is such a sweet boy. He loves to be snuggling with his human. He is about 7 yrs old but you would never know it. He runs and plays with the rest of the pack. If he gets hungry, he will get the metal food bowl and push it around and chase it and throw it in the air to get your attention. He is crate trained. He loves to sleep with you, too. Rafferty was found around St. Patrick's Day by a Good Samaritan. He is a beautiful black and tan male, probably 2-3 years old. He had a little mishap and recently had to have an eye removed but he's not letting that stop him from finding his forever home. Rafferty seems to have a great, loving personality.
H.W.Byles said, "Cheerfulness is what greases the axles of the world". If that is so, this happy guy will never go through life creaking. Jake is a tail wagging 3 year old black and white male who loves life and everything about it. As with many Cocker Spaniels, he has occasional seizures but not enough to require medication. He is visually impaired because of cataracts but you would never know it because he can see around them. He is not a candidate for cataract surgery because his angles are too narrow so he may lose his vision as he ages. You can't help but smile just being around this happy little guy. When he wags his long fluffy tail, his whole back end wiggles. He is truly a sweetheart who loves unconditionally and is looking for someone who will love him unconditionally as well. Helen is a eight year old black beauty who lost her way and was found wandering near a busy intersection. After no one claimed her, she made her way to the Cocker Inn®. People seem to be put off by her blindness but she handles it with remarkable aplomb. Although she takes exception to other dogs bumping into her she manages some remarkable feats such as jumping into a chair. Helen has adapted so well to her blindness that you may forget she can't see.


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Monty checked into the Cocker Inn with Rita. Their mom had died and dad was working all the time, so he couldn't take care of them. When we started to groom Monty in we thought he was all black. After his make-over, we found his stunning markings. Monty is soaking up the love at the Cocker Inn. He loves belly rubs and follows his foster mom everywhere. He loves to snuggle in the bed and is always on the lookout for an empty lap. Monty is 3 years old and ready for new home.
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Monty cleaning up
Monty before grooming
Perhaps there's nothing better than waking up with Folgers in your cup but we think there is nothing better than waking up with Maxwell in your home. Maxwell is a robust 2 year old buff and white male with a fluffy tail.
Maxwell looking for his forever home
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Looking to get into better shape? Nick is a young, 1-2 year old who is looking for a jogging or walking partner to train with. He will keep you on your pace and go the extra mile. He loves life, enjoys running and never misses an opportunity to chase squirrels or birds. Nick's deep red coat is stunning. You will turn heads on the trail. Nick wants you to get off that couch and join his exercise program!
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Ball? Did someone say ball? Melody (aka Mel) is an athletic 5 year old female who loves to play ball. She is fit and trim and sports a flashy long tail. She can run like a bolt of lightning and will chase the ball for as long as someone will throw it. When bed time rolls around, she loves her ball so much that she sleeps with it. Instead of counting sheep to go to sleep, she counts tennis balls. Mel is a very affectionate girl who doesn't like to share her ball (or her human) and would be happiest in a home where she is the only dog.
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Riley is a small black and tan male was found roaming alone in a neighborhood. When nobody stepped up to claim him, the kind people who found him helped him make his way to the Cocker Inn. He is young, friendly and ready to move to a new forever home. Get to know this dog and you'll fall in love with Riley. Really. Barney is a handsome 5 year old fellow who moved out of a nearby shelter to take up temporary (he hopes) residence at the Cocker Inn. Get to know Barney and you can tell your friends how you met your cocker. No doubt about it, having Barney as a part of your family will be legen. . . (wait for it). . . dary!