Sponsor A Dog

Many people are not in a position to adopt or foster an animal, but would still like to help. A great way to do this is to sponsor a dog with Florida Cocker Spaniel Rescue!

The average cost to rescue, rehabilitate, and care for a rescued dog is more than our adoption fees cover. Each dog we take in is examined by a vet, vaccinated, treated for parasites, given preventatives, and spayed/neutered. We also treat any other known health issues, which include heartworm treatment, mange treatment, intestinal parasite treatment, teeth extractions, and much more.

Our dog-specific Sponsorship Saints Program allows you to contribute monthly to various aspects of our dogs’ care while they wait to be adopted, including vaccines, food, heartworm prevention and flea/tick protection. All the dogs that are available for adoption are currently in need of a long or short term sponsor.

We also have a General Medical Fund which helps to cover veterinary care, medication, prescription food, dental and diagnostic blood work. To sponsor a dog or to contribute monthly to our General Medical Fund, please email fcsrsponsor@yahoo.com for more details. Thank you for your generosity!

If you have questions about Florida Cocker Spaniel Rescue, please Contact Us.

Benny

Benny
This dog has been recently adopted.
Say hey to Benny. (DOB 2019). He is an active and happy puppy. He gets along with everything and everyone. He definitely needs a fenced ...
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Chewy

Chewey
Ladies and gentlemen, we introduce you to Chewy! (DOB 2017). His family had to make the difficult decision to surrender him as he did not ...
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Bailey

Bailey
This is Bailey! (DOB 2018) When Bailey came to us, after being abandoned by his family, he was scared. Luckily, after he warmed up to ...
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Abby Chocolate

Abby Chocolate
This dog has been recently adopted.
Remember sweet Abby? DOB 2008. She was the one for whom you helped us fundraise. Abby came to us a few months ago because her ...
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Jingles

Jingles
Everyone, meet Jingles (DOB 2015). This handsome chap was surrendered to a shelter when his owner died. Jingles is a little shy with strangers, but ...
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Jack

Jack
Hello, Jack! (DOB 2015) Jack came to us as a stray. He had no collar and no chip. Unfortunately, he was also heavily matted, had ...
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Chevy

Chevy
This dog has been recently adopted.
Welcome to our newest guy, Chevy! (DOB 2012). Chevy is very calm and exceptionally sweet. He loves to be with people. He is good with ...
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Chanel

Chanel
Say hello to Chanel Blond! (DOB 2016). She belonged to a family with a history of getting dogs and giving them away. They got Chanel ...
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