Scarlet   1404   Female Dog
Available 02/24/2019     Location: COCKER SPANIEL ADOPTION CENTER, INC.

Breeds: Doberman Pinscher - Labrador Retriever (mix)Altered: Yes
Color: Black - Tan SolidAge: 1 year
Coat: Tail: Docked
Size: LargeWeight: 49 lbs.
Eyes: Ears:


05/23/2019 - UPDATE -
Hello! It is me, beautiful Scarlet! I am feeling much better now that my leg has had some time to heal. Given that I have had to spend most of my time in a crate, I am in wonderful spirits. In one more month, I will be almost back to normal with how much I can play and run. My foster family says I am such a super sweet girl. I know some commands, like sit and stay, and I am learning how to do better with a leash. I am completely housetrained. I just love to be with people and when in my crate, if I can see them, I feel very safe. Sometimes I cry when they leave me, but I stop quickly. At night, I am very quiet and sleep in my crate until they wake me up for another wonderful day. I am doing well with the other dog in the hous,e and I even leave the cat alone. My foster family includes a 12-year-old girl, and she is my best friend. I would make the perfect family pet, and I am just 18 months old. I hope you will contact the CSAC to arrange to meet me. Love, Scarlet

Hi Everyone! My name is Scarlet, and I arrived at CSAC from a shelter. I am considered an 'honorary cocker.' My previous owner had a baby and no longer wanted me around in spite of the fact that I was great with my existing human borother and sister. The shelter discovered that I had a broken back leg and sent me imediately for surgery. I am now healing. I have a pin in my leg to help heal my broken bone. Everyone has said that I am a sweetheart. I am happy, wiggly, and I love people and attention. I need a home that can help me rehabilitate and give the the love that I crave. Is that you?

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.

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