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Cocker Spaniel Mix Dog For Adoption in Flushing, NY, USA

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Organization Name: Abandoned Angels Cocker Spaniel Rescue, Inc.
Location: Flushing, NY
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Breed: Cocker Spaniel-Unknown Mix
Gender: Female Female
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Pecan Pie Penny

Age: Adult
Color/Markings: Red
Size at Maturity: Small
Availability Date: 03/07/2016
Location: Flushing, NY, 11357
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Cocker Spaniel Mix Dog For Adoption in Flushing, NY, USA

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Posted Breed: Cocker Spaniel / Terrier / Mixed. This lil’ 8 year old doll named Penny is as sweet as pecan pie so we’ve named her Pecan Pie Penny! “PPP” (or “triple P” for short) is a petite Cocker Spaniel mix who was picked up as a stray roaming the streets of New York City. This pawsitively lovable gal weighs in at just 25 pounds which makes her even more precious! Penny’s legs are a tad short and which makes us believe that she may have some terrier in her. One thing is for sure, poor Pecan Pie Penny is completely blind with cataracts and glaucoma. We hope to bring her to an ophthalmologist within a week for a full exam. In the meantime, PPP gets around remarkably well by relying on her sense of smell, touch, and hearing. Penny is currently in a foster home where her foster mama says, “Penny lives in the moment and is happy and will be a real treasure for somebody. She just has so much love to give.” We think so too which is why we’re shouting from the rooftops, “Pick Pecan Pie Penny, please!” PPP has been spayed, microchipped, is up to date on all shots, and has tested negative for heartworm. She will be treated to a professional grooming and will go home with a new leash and collar. If you would like to pick Pecan Pie Penny to be your own, please fill out an application online at www.nyabandonedangels.com or email rescue@nyabandonedangels.com to request one.

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    • Milan - Cocker Spaniel Dog For Adoption

      Date listed: 06/16/2018

      Cocker Spaniel Dog For Adoption in Flushing, NY, USA

      Milan

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      Breed: Cocker Spaniel
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Cocker Spaniel. To apply: 1. You must reside within our adoptable states: NY, NJ, CT, RI, MA, VT, NH, PA, DE, MD, VA 2. AND you MUST submit our online application, please CLICK HERE or copy & paste this link: http://www.nyabandonedangels.com/adopt-or-foster-application Bio coming soon. Milan is a 4-5 year old female Cocker spaniel
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    • Cocker Spaniel Dog For Adoption in Flushing, NY, USA

      Dino

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      Breed: Cocker Spaniel
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Senior
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Cocker Spaniel (medium coat). To apply: 1. You must reside within our adoptable states: NY, NJ, CT, RI, MA, VT, NH, PA, DE, MD, VA 2. AND you MUST submit our online application, please CLICK HERE or copy & paste this link: http://www.nyabandonedangels.com/adopt-or-foster-application VERY SAD NEWS FOR DINO! Many of you have followed Dino’s story over the years. This 14-year-old Cocker Spaniel has been with our rescue since 2011 when we pulled him from the Brooklyn shelter where he was brought in as a stray in deplorable condition. Over the years, Dino has had his ups and downs including a near-death experience after a dog attacked him and more recently, having an eye removed. Dino bounced around in foster care but finally found a beautiful permanent foster care home 6 years ago in Suffolk County on Long Island. With a full backyard for chasing birds and squirrels, a sister Cocker Spaniel to hang out with, and a foster mom that loved him (Dino saved her life twice!), he was one very lucky dog. Unfortunately, all that came to an end about a month ago when his foster mom became ill and was hospitalized for multiple strokes. Because she can only care for 1 dog maximum, his foster mom’s family opted to keep the other Cocker Spaniel and not Dino. Needless to say. we are absolutely devastated by this news! Not only did this poor dog lose the only home he’s known for 6 years but he also lost his foster sister! Dino is a senior and deserves to live his remaining days in a safe, loving home where he can rest peacefully. He is very independent and not the lovey-dovey type but once he warms up to you, he will protect you day and night. He’s actually a great guard dog! Dino loves basking in the sunlight, chasing birds/squirrels, keeping an eye on people through mirrors, trips to Home Depot, and of course treats. We are seeking a quiet, adult-only, experienced home for Dino with a fenced in backyard outside of the city. Because he lived with another dog while in foster care, we know he does well when there is another pooch nearby. Dino does require eye drops daily in his remaining eye and we will guide you through the process of administering them. Dino is neutered, up to date on all his shots, heartworm negative, microchipped, and will go home with a new leash and collar set. If you would like to offer Dino a new place to hang his leash, please submit an application at http://www.nyabandonedangels.com. Hurry, Dino is waiting to hear from you!
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    • Pekingese Dog For Adoption in Flushing, NY, USA

      Chandler

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      Breed: Pekingese
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Pekingese (medium coat). To apply: 1. You must reside within our adoptable states: NY, NJ, CT, RI, MA, VT, NH, PA, DE, MD, VA 2. AND you MUST submit our online application, please CLICK HERE or copy & paste this link: http://www.nyabandonedangels.com/adopt-or-foster-application URGENT FOSTER NEEDED FOR NEW DAD CHANDLER! Father’s Day is on the horizon, but Chandler has no place to go! We are in URGENT need of a foster home for two-year-old Chandler, who is believed to be the father of the litter of pups just recently born in our rescue. He and new mom Puffy were housemates along with several other dogs, but only Chandler and Puffy were dumped, so he is quite likely the Dad. Chandler is a happy go lucky boy and friendly with everyone, but can be protective of his food and bones (although he had no bite history). To be safe, an adult only home is deemed best. Chandler gets along well with other dogs, especially females. Chandler is up to date on vaccines, HW negative and neutered. If you can offer Chandler a temporary place to hang his leash, please complete our online application at www.nyabandonedangels.com or email us at rescue@nyabandonedangels.com for further information. We would like to reunite Puffy and Chandler once the puppies have been weaned to assess the extent to which they are bonded. If indeed they are a bonded pair, then they must be placed together. Thank you in advance for your help.
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    • Cocker Spaniel Dog For Adoption in Flushing, NY, USA

      Elza & Ingri...

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      Breed: Cocker Spaniel
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Cocker Spaniel. To apply: 1. You must reside within our adoptable states: NY, NJ, CT, RI, MA, VT, NH, PA, DE, MD, VA 2. AND you MUST submit our online application, please CLICK HERE or copy & paste this link: http://www.nyabandonedangels.com/adopt-or-foster-application URGENT FOSTER/ADOPTIVE HOME FOR TWO PRECIOUS COCKER SPANIEL SISTERS! We were alerted to these two precious four year old female Cocker Spaniels plight by a FB follower and with the help a generous supporter, we were able to acquire them from an upstate Amish farm.These poor girls lived in a barn with no heat or electricity their entire lives and were used for breeding purposes.They are on their way to us TODAY! A big THANK to all involved in helping these Angels begin a new chapter in their lives! Stay tuned for more updates!
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    • Cocker Spaniel Dog For Adoption in Flushing, NY, USA

      Donnie

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      Breed: Cocker Spaniel
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Cocker Spaniel (medium coat). To apply: 1. You must reside within our adoptable states: NY, NJ, CT, RI, MA, VT, NH, PA, DE, MD, VA 2. AND you MUST submit our online application, please CLICK HERE or copy & paste this link: http://www.nyabandonedangels.com/adopt-or-foster-application 911! 911! PLEASE HELP US SAVE DONNIE’S LIFE!!! URGENT FOSTER HOME NEEDED! We are desperately trying to save this nine year old male Cocker Spaniel’s life! Donnie was brought to the Brooklyn Shelter as a stray, he was petrified and upon his medical intake exam, he bit a tech. He was put on a 10 day hold and now his hold is up. Because of the bite, regardless if he was frightened, he is not available for public adoption. Donnie is really a sweet boy and deserves a chance. Please HELP us SAVE HIS LIFE! We are in URGENT need of a place TODAY for Donnie to hang his leash and get some much need TLC. Please complete our online application at http://www.nyabandonedangels.com/adopt-or-foster-application. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE! SHELTER NOTES: 3/28/18: Don remains easy to handle during our sessions. He is easy to rope and bring out to the pens. He is soft and social during the interactions. He takes treats gently and shows a brief interest in tennis balls. He did balk at the rope but otherwise easily roped and returned to his kennel. -MC 3/26/18: Don was sitting at the front of his kennel when I approached. He stood up while I was unlocking the kennel door. Don was easily roped and lead into the SAFER room. Once in the room Don was easily leashed and unroped. Once off the rope Don immediately began exploring the room. Intermittently Don would approach me or my coworker and solicit attention by jumping onto our legs or giving kisses. Towards the end of the session Don was spending more and more time sitting or laying next to me and allowing me to pet his head and back. Don did not whine or shake the entire session. His body was loose and his mouth was mostly closed with a long lip. At the end of his session Don was easily unleashed, roped, and returned to his kennel. -JN 3/25/18: There is no significant changes with Don. In fact our session today was almost identical to yesterday's. He was less anxious and did not whine, but he did begin trembling at the very end of the session. I am conflicted if it was out of nervousness or if he was cold. I was petting him to the point where he was very relaxed and closing his eyes right before he began trembling, so I think it was most likely that he was just cold. This was also the only time he solicited attention from me during the session. Otherwise, he kept to himself and had a loose body and relaxed ears. He did at one point have his tail tucked, but very lightly. He also remained easy to re-rope, remove the drag, and return to his kennel.-MB 3/24/18: Don was sitting at the front of his kennel as I approached. He remains easy to rope, remove, and bring outside. He also gives no difficulty with attaching a drag leash. Once in the pens, as usual, he went straight to the last pen. He briefly sniffed around and then relived himself. He stayed in the 4th pen for the whole session, except to briefly step over the threshold. In the beginning he had a loose body and open mouth. After he relieved himself he began pacing in the pen, looking out towards the street. At this time a fellow employee was leaving the parking lot to walk a new arrival. Don went to the corner of the pen closest to where the other dog was. He then began whining and anxiously barking. Even after the other dog was out of view he sat down and stared at the street. I then noticed that he had begun trembling. I sat down next to him and began to pet him softly. He continued to tremble and would only stop briefly when startled by any noise. After a few minutes, he remained in the same position and continued trembling. I decided to end the session and began grabbing my rope, etc. At this point he walked over to me and I bent down and started petting him. He stood there and allowed me to pet him, while he closed his eyes and leaned into me. Since he seemed to enjoy it I continued for a bit. Then he got distracted and began going back to the corner of the 4th pen. I ended the session, and removed the drag, roped him, and brought him back with no problem.
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