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.

Shiloh

Shiloh
Please welcome, Shiloh! (DOB Dec 11,2011). Shiloh is a blind male cocker. His owners moved and could not take dogs with them. He was surrendered ...
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Riley

Riley
Please welcome, Riley! (DOB Dec 14,2014) Riley is a male cocker. His owners moved and could not take dogs with them. He was surrendered with ...
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Tails

Tails
Look at happy Tails! (DOB January 22,2022) Tails is a blond Pomeranian Mix 12 lbs, Tails lost his home when his family got evicted and ...
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Hank

Hank
We would like to introduce you to Hank! (DOB Dec 15, 2019) Hank has had a sad start in life. He was bought as a ...
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Susie

Susie
This dog has been adopted.
Please say hello to Shih Tsu Susie! (DOB Nov 28,2021). Her owner said she only got Susie because her young preteen daughter begged and promised ...
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Tucker

Tucker
Welcome, Tucker! (DOB 9/9/2019) Tucker came to us as a stray from Animal Services so we don’t have much background information on him. What we ...
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Cricket

Cricket
Welcome, Cricket! (DOB 2/12/21) Cricket is a female Goldendoodle who was used for breeding and then retired and surrendered. Cricket is shy when you first ...
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Bear and Choco

Bear And Choco
Introducing Bear and Choco! (Choco DOB 10/28/21 and Bear DOB 3/3/22) Bear and Choco are a bonded pair who belonged to a family. Unfortunately, their ...
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