Good Evening! Welcome to
Rescue Of New England. CSRNE
is one of the oldest
and largest cocker rescue groups in the
country. We are composed of many volunteers
throughout New England dedicated to rescuing
and placing homeless cocker spaniels.
Since our inception in 1987 hundreds of abandoned or
unwanted cockers found homes with caring, loving
families. By networking with animal shelters, other
rescue groups, and veterinarians CSRNE has saved,
improved, and extended the lives of one of America’s
most popular breeds.
people oriented affectionate cocker lived most
of his life alone, in a kennel in the basement.
He had an automatic dog feeder and a dog door
that went out to a small fenced area
Scooter's past. Living such a solitary life,
Scooter missed out on all the world's sights,
sounds, and smells that make a dog's life so
interesting (to say nothing of the lack of human
warmth and interaction.)
Scooter's catching up on all he missed out on
for so long. Thanks to trainer, Karen B.,
who is fostering Scooter for CSRNE, Scooter is
now out and about savoring all the many
pleasures he missed as well as learning to be a
well trained dog. Karen is even hoping to get
him his canine good citizenship certification.
Buddy's owner took him to the city shelter
because she could not longer afford to care for
him (and the shelter is concerned that no one
will adopt a 12 year old cocker) so Buddy needs
a foster, or even better, a forever home ASAP.
We told the shelter we know a lot of cocker
angels and we're sure that one of them will want
Buddy just loves to be petted and have his belly
scratched. He really enjoys car rides - going
for ice cream is a favorite cocker summer
Buddy had free run of his previous home and he
never had accidents - he's a smart boy and knows
how to ask to go outside.
Buddy lived with another dog and cat but he's
never lived with kids and he's a bit nervous
when around unfamiliar children. He owner said
he can be a bit timid around strangers but he's
meeting a lot of new people at the Humane
Society and he's been outgoing and friendly: of
course he passed the Humane Society's
temperament test. His skin and coat are healthy
- he was treated for minor ear and eye
infections which have cleared up.
Buddy's a sweet, friendly older cocker who
follows people everywhere - he would thrive in
an attentive, loving home.
(Ariel's Story: Cherishing Gifts of Home, Health,
We are receiving calls on our hotline from cell
phones and some of these messages are incomplete. We
are, at times, unable to hear all of the digits in the
return phone number.
When leaving messages on our hotline, please speak
slowly, very clearly, and repeat your phone number
several times. If you do not hear from us within 2
business days, please call back.
Updated or new email addresses needed. If
you have changed your email address (or added a new
email address) within the past year please send
CSRNE a note giving your name, old email
address, and new email address. We are striving to
keep our database up to date.
Email your note to:
If you live outside New England, visit Petfinder
to find cockers needing homes in your area. If you
cannot find a cocker rescue organization in your area,
contact your local vet or humane society to see if they
know of one nearby.
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