Queenie   1278   Female Dog
Available 05/06/2017     Location: COCKER SPANIEL ADOPTION CENTER, INC.

Breeds: Cocker Spaniel (purebred)Altered: Yes
Color: Red - Buff SolidAge: 5 years
Coat: .Tail: Docked
Size: MediumWeight: 34 lbs.
Eyes: .Ears: .


06/22/2017 - UPDATE -
My name is Queenie. I was rescued by CSAC from a puppy mill where I lived my whole life. Since I was never around people often I have lots to get used to in my new life. Right now I have a loving foster mom, two Cocker foster brothers, and ten cats. Wow! I am fine around all the animals. My mom says I am skittish, which is certainly to be expected since everything is so new. Mom thinks I am an even tempered girl because none of those animals bother me. At this time, I do not seek attention from Mom, but when the boys or the cats come around, I investigate what is going on. That is a good sign. I do stay in my favorite spot in the living room a lot. I guess I am just taking in this new life and getting comfortable with my new surroundings. There is a lot to learn, but I know I will learn things and become a happy girl. I just need time and patience from my family.

Mom says I am doing well with house training. She says I have an iron bladder. Guess she means I can hold it for a long time. But, if I get scared I do piddle. We are working on that and it should get better with time. But doing well with house training is really good. In fact when Mom goes away, I do not have to be in my crate. Mom says that I am doing well with that. Right now I am eating in my crate. I am calm when I am in there. The reason I eat in there now is also because there are a bunch of us, and one of the gang, who will remain nameless, would eat my food if I let him. And I do LOVE my food, so that would not be good.

I am told I am a sweet and adorable little girl who needs lots of time, a patient family, and LOVE. Mom says my tail has wagged a few times already. That is really good news since not very long ago I had a pretty awful life. She also said I had a little "wigglebutt moment." That is encouraging, too. So, if you want to be help a sweet pup transform into a regular kind of pup, I am your girl. I know that there is a family out there who will give me security, patience, time, and love. I promise to love you forever. Love and thanks - Queenie.

My name is Queenie, and I just arrived at the CSAC from the kind people at Spanky's Project. I was rescued from a puppy mill. I am shy because I have not been around a lot of people. Right now, I am in the caring hands of one of the great Vets that work with the CSAC. They are checking me out and making sure I am healthy. Hopefully, I will find my forever family that will help me to understand that I am a cherished family pet, not just an animal to be used to make money.

For more information about this dog, email our Adoption Coordinator.

Our adoption process starts with an application. If you are interested in adopting this pup, please click the Adopt menu at the top of the screen, read about our process, and click the application link.

The medical and custodial care of the many Cockers in our care is tremendous. More and more dogs are abandoned with urgent and serious medical issues. We are committed to providing the best possible care for these forgotten friends. Unfortunately, the mounting high costs are beginning to limit the number of dogs we are able to take into our program. Even if you cannot adopt or foster one of our current adoptable dogs, please consider making a donation. The Cocker Spaniel Adoption Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization, and your donations are entirely tax deductible. If you can help, please donate.

For more information, visit www.cockeradoptions.org.
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