CockerKid® Pearl is terminal and her last wish is to live out her final days in a loving home.
We brought Pearl into the Cocker Inn® several months ago. She spent close to two months in intensive care at the vet with severe pneumonia. After 6 weeks we were finally able to get her dental done (only 5 teeth left) and repair all the infected open fistulas in her mouth with an infection all the way up in her nasal cavity.
Now she finally feels good, but one area on her lung didn’t clear up and it has since been diagnosed as lung cancer. Our hearts are broken for sweet Pearl as she has no idea she’s sick. She loves playing ball and enjoys her toys.
We’re praying someone in the Houston area will open their heart and home to make her wish come true before it’s too late.
Everybody needs some bunny to love and with these little truffles, you'll get double the love.
Gabby and Greer are 8 year old bonded sisters who have been together since birth. They are sweet as pudding and are totally house trained. Greer is the chunkier of the two and is currently working toward becoming the Cocker Inns "Biggest Loser". Because she of her immense love for food, losing weight is a constant struggle for her but she's on diet food and is putting forth her best effort. She enjoys taking short walks but sleeping with her sister is really her favorite past time. She has thyroid issues which requires daily medication. She also tends to have skin issues so her coat is kept short and she gets medicated baths. Greer is the social butterfly and greets everyone with a toy in her mouth. She loves toys and chew bones but her favorite thing is digging up rocks to chew on. Her foster family calls her a "rock hound".
Gabby is the shy sister barks at strangers until she sees Greer getting all of the attention. She doesn't have much interest in toys or chew bones because her favorite past time is sleeping on the shoulders of her foster family.
Both girls have partially dissolved cataracts and require daily use of Cyclosporin drops. Gabby also has pressure issues in one eye and also requires Dorzolamide in her left eye daily.
Gabby and Greer are absolute sweethearts and would love to have a family to call their own. The require a little TLC but the love they give in return make it all worthwhile.
Hi It’s me Remy checking in from the Hill Country CockerInn.
My foster mom recently gave me a haircut. She said I was really good on the grooming table. My reward was to take a long walk. We went to the clubhouse and watched my foster dad on the putting green. We saw this funny looking duck at the pond and I didn’t even bark at him. Next we stopped at my foster Mom’s friend’s house and I met her dog, Callie.
It was a fun day, except for the grooming part.
My foster Mom says I’m a sweet boy but a little quirky. I need an all adult home.
I’m fine with other dogs but I’m not really a player. I like to follow my humans around