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Cocker Inn® Directory

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Coco Puff was turned in to a local shelter by her owner. The experience terrified her. She was snapping and growling at the shelter. She was scheduled to be put down. The folks at the Cocker Inn decided this little girl deserved a chance to overcome her fear. She is a "puff" of a cocker weighing in at just under 12 pounds. Coco Puff is still a little timid but has blossomed and now sleeps on her foster mom's pillow at night. She has become a little shadow following her mom everywhere. She gets along with other dogs but needs someone who will help her build confidence. If you have the patience to work with her, we know you'll go cukoo for Coco Puff.
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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.
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Like puppies? The CockerKids welcome S'more! S'more is a precious 5 month old black and tan male puppy with a marshmallow white blaze on his chest and white stripes on his muzzle. He was being a little aggressive with a three year old child so he was sent to live at the Cocker Inn. He has no aggression with adults or other dogs although he does push their buttons - just as any puppy would do. By all indications, he's going to grow up to be a big boy. He will probably weigh 28-30 pounds as an adult and it looks like he is going to have a luxurious, thick coat. He is neutered, up-to-date on shots and ready to find a home. Adopt now so you can enjoy all his puppy antics!
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Shiloh needs to move! He is about 8 years old and he still is very active. Why does he need to go somewhere new? He has severe skin allergies and the carpet may be what's triggering those allergies. Allergies or not he needs to stay an inside dog. He's house trained and does well with other dogs. He knows commands such as "come" "sit" "stay" "kennel" and "eat". He will sit to be groomed and come to be bathed. He is a sweet dog.
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
Roni Michelle was found cowering in a neighborhood and referred to the Cocker Inn. She was terrified and had a severe case of mange. We've addressed her mange and she is no longer contagious. Sometimes it is easier to heal the physical problems. Roni Michelle is learning to trust humans again. She has a natural tail that she tucks completely under her body. She is trying to trust and tries to wag her tucked tail, but it's a nervous kind of wag. Roni Michelle LOVES belly rubs. As scared as she is, when she rolls over she will take a belly rub. She has made a lot of progress. She now ventures out of her room to see what everyone else is doing, but if she sees you move toward her, she will run back to her room. This precious soul needs a patient, quiet home to help her blossom to her full beauty.
Roni Michelle checking into the Cocker Inn
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.
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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!

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.



Penny Lane


Anna Rose