Camp Cocker has just rescued some newbies that need a helping paw from you. Just a small donation can go a long way if everyone puts in just a little bit. Little Angie with the matted ears was out of time at the San Bernardino animal shelter and she was too precious to leave behind.
Older gent Charlie was so matted when his owners turned him in at the Riverside Coachella shelter that he literally looks like a completely different dog now (who knew he had that cute face under there?). This little middle aged man, maybe eight or so year old, is at the top of our most in need of a foster home list. It can take a very long time to get a middle aged dog adopted (yet cockers can live to be sixteen years old!) and we don't want Charlie to have to spend months and months or even the next year, in boarding. If you have the time and the heart to foster, it will be one of the most rewarding experiences you will ever have.
Skinny little Veronica was rescued from the North Central shelter after she appeared to have just been nursing (no puppies were turned in to the shelter with her).Did you know that we rely on monthly donations to take in extra dogs each month that we wouldn't normally be able to rescue? That's right, when we are looking at how many new dogs we can take in, much of our decisions to squeeze in a few more new dogs is a result of how many monthly donations we can count on. You can sign up to become a monthly donor for as little as $5 a month and you can be the reason that a shelter dog gets saved. Don't be shy, because every donation counts and has meaning, from the smallest ones to the largest ones!