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DFW Cocker Spaniel Rescue

DFW Cocker Spaniel Rescue, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, is a small group of local volunteers who work to place abandoned and rescued cocker spaniels in new homes. The dogs are vaccinated, neutered or spayed, heartworm cleared, and assessed for temperament. Often, they receive needed medical treatment before being placed for adoption.
DFW Cocker Spaniel Rescue's primary need is for funds to bring our rescued dogs back to full health; vet bills average about $400 per dog. We also have a great need for foster homes. Fosters provide a temporary home, food and love to help our cocker spaniels become the best they can be. There are also many other ways to volunteer, such as helping with the transportation of dogs, helping at events, and much more. We would love to have you join us!
Jerry & Sheila Brown; Sir Inky of Glen Hills; Sue Bliss, for April, Ginger, Maggie, Casey, Jessie, Aimee, Zack; Michael & Paula Knight, for McKenzie; Diane Shaw, for Zoey; Texas Plumbing; Cocker Spaniel Specialty Club of Dallas; Don & Celia Hirschenhofer, for Otis, Sparky, Butch; Janet Skinner, for CSR Volunteers; Jeanne Russell, for Honey; Dale Carlton; Clarence & Martha Callaway; J.W. Davidson & Dorothy Dominick, for Chakota & LuciMae; Debbie Stout, for Quinn & Cody; Patty Seals; Laura Kinch, Chris Keen & Lola