Female Rising Stars

Please be patient as we update our cocker spaniels.

We promise that it is worth the wait. We receive many applications and work very hard to match the right dog(s) with the best home. We do not place on a first come; first serve basis. Many people have been rewarded by waiting patiently after being approved, so many of our dogs never make it to the website as available.

Daphne & Josie - bonded pair

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Daphne is a tiny cocker mix that we think is cocker, cavalier and tibetian spaniels all in one. She is 15 pounds of sweetness. Daphne is an Amish puppy mill breeder that was surrendered with her best friend, Josie, and they depend on each other as they learn the ropes of how to be a loved house pet. Daphne is 7 years old with a full tail, and she is pictured on the left in the photo. Josie is a little bigger than Daphne at 18 pounds and tends to be more timid. She is 6 years old with a full tail as well. We will update you on the girls' progress as we get to know them.

Gracie/Trinity

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Gracie is a sweet yet timid puppy mill girl that came to us from S Iowa along with friend, Trinity. She is a beautiful chocolate merle that is 8 years old. Gracie is just learning to trust and we will update her information as we get to know her better. She is the sweetheart on the left in the photo.

Trinity, pictured on the right, is also a chocolate merle that is also 8 years old. Again, as she learns how to be a loved house pet we will keep everyone updated. These girls are not bonded and will be able to go to separate homes when they are ready. The adoptive homes will need experience with shy/timid dogs, a secure above ground fence, and another canine in the home to help them continue to learn.

Male Rising Stars

Please be patient as we update our cocker spaniels.

We promise that it is worth the wait! We receive many applications and work very hard to match the right dog(s) with the best home. We do not place on a first come; first serve basis. Many people have been rewarded  by waiting patiently after being approved, so many of our dogs never make it to the website as available.