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.

Cheyenne

Cheyenne
Hello! My name is Cheyenne (DOB 2010). I am a Shih Tzu and my family surrendered me to the vet. The vet asked FCSR to ...
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Tiny

Tiny
Hell, dog lovers! This is Tiny. (DOB 2011). Tiny, who seems to be a chihuahua mix, was taken from rescued from animal control and adopted ...
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Teddy

Teddy Mika
Introducing Teddy! (DOB 9/2013). Teddy has a deformed front leg, possibly from an old injury but gets around well. Teddy was taken from a hoarding ...
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Larry and Moe

Larry Mo
This dog has been adopted.
Look at these ebony and ivory labradoodle beauties! Their names are Larry & Moe (DOB 10/10/19). They are brothers and are bonded, so they must ...
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Charlie Lyons

Charlie Lyons
This dog has been adopted.
Please welcome Charlie Lyons! (DOB 2009). His owner lost their home and could not afford a place that allowed pets or the dog’s veterinary care. ...
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