AZ Cocker Rescue

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Dogs:  YesCats:  Yes
Critters:  NoVolunteer program:  Yes
Foster homes needed:  YesLow-cost spay & neuter:  No
Puppy classes:  NoDog behavior classes:  No
Cat behavior classes:  NoAgility classes:  No
Animal assisted therapy:  NoFeral cat program:  No
Microchipping:  YesLow-cost vaccine:  No
Humane education:  NoAnimal hospital:  No
Pet loss support:  NoPet survivor program:  No
Owner assistance services:  NoPrograms for kids/teens:  No
Prison dog program:  NoDogs:  Yes
Cats:  YesSmall dog only:  No
Older dog only:  NoVolunteer program:  Yes
Foster homes needed:  YesSanctuary:  No
Feral cat program:  NoMicrochipping:  Yes
Low-cost vaccine:  NoPet survivor program:  No
Spay & neuter support:  NoOwner assistance service:  No
Programs for kids & teens:  No

Breed specific:Cocker Spaniels and more

“AZ Cocker Rescue has cocker spaniels, other pure breeds, mutts, and even kittens looking for new homes. Most of our animals have been rescued from death row at AZ county pounds. Please consider adopting a rescue pet they will love you forever!”

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1edited: December 2nd, 2008


I am so grateful for having Ginger in my life...but this rescue group was inhumane & irresponsible in their treatment of Ginger...and their dealings with me. At the time of Ginger's adoption, the rescue group told me she'd been spayed, had shots, a dental exam and was in good health. After a few days, we noticed she was whimpering a lot and that she found it difficult to eat hard food (the same food the rescue had been feeding her). When I took her to the vet, the vet was horrified with the condition of her teeth (some loose, all rotten), said Ginger must be in a lot of pain, and said her teeth looked like they had never been cleaned. The vet removed all the teeth at a cost of $550 to me. I was unhappy with the cost, but Ginger was worth it. Then, we got another shocker. Three weeks ago, Ginger started bleeding. We were worried and after numerous tests (to the tune of $250), the diagnosis was: SHE'S NOT SPAYED!!!!!!! Now I have to spend another $300 for that. Plus I have to get her shots done ($200) because the rescue group can't find her records. I would not recommend this group to volunteer with or adopt from. How they run their rescue group and their treatment of dogs is questionable. The fact that my dog came to me in pain, out of shape, not spayed, ? shots and the fact that they LIED about her teeth & her not being fixed says a lot about the folks who run this group--they SUCK!

posted: December 2nd, 2008


5edited: September 27th, 2007

They saved me from certain death and now I

I was only 5 years old and scheduled to die because my former owner threw me onto the streets! At the pound, I was not adoptable because I had a cherry eye (easy fix). AZ Cocker Rescue stepped in and saved me. They fixed my eye and neutered me. I'm so thankful and now that I'm in a home that loves me, I'm the happiest dog ever. My little butt is always wiggling! Thanks for taking a chance on a middle aged guy with a good heart!

posted: September 27th, 2007


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