Spaniels in Foster Care

Our spaniels in foster care are currently being assessed and in some cases undergoing veterinary treatment.   

When they are ready to find their forever home we will move their details to the adoption page.

Some dogs may stay in long term foster care to continue with the ongoing veterinary care they require. 

Please help us reach our goal to continue to rescue and re-home as many dogs as possible.

Your generous support is what makes the difference to the plight of some very vulnerable spaniels.  

Each of our foster dogs will be vaccinated, neutered/spayed 
and  micro-chipped. 

Often our vet bills are very high. Each of our foster dogs have a support button if you would like to make a donation. 

THANK YOU, ALL SUPPORT IS GREATLY APPRECIATED!

Unfortunately we cannot take any enquiries until they have been moved to our Adopt a Spaniel page.

This page is updated weekly.

Dog Of The Month - COCO

Since I formed Spaniel Assist Rescue & Re-homing (non-profit organisation) in July 2015, so many spaniels have been given hope and a new life. Each and everyone of them holds a very special place in my heart and always will. Every Forever Home is special and perfect for the dogs.  Our foster carers are absolutely amazing and we couldn't do this without our fantastic volunteers

SARR Gives Hope, Love and Restores my Faith in the Human Race - Dawn Clough SARR Founder 

 

Hi 
My name is Coco and my previous life wasn’t a good one no one cared about me and I had no idea what love and kindness was  
I had spent my life outdoors in all weathers and didn’t realise that there was more to life than sadness , pain and cruelty .
No one knew my age and I only found out that I was nine years old when my microchip was checked . 
Nine years of torment and giving birth to many litters of puppies ( I was a good mum but became very tired and worn out ) but this was the only life that I knew . 
I have two very bad scars on my neck and the end of my tail is missing from fights . my back teeth have been ground down - the vet says only grinding on metal could do this, like on a chain or the bars of a cage and I think he is right although I do try to block this from my mind . 
My skin and coat are in very bad condition - the vet has suggested tests for an under active thyroid gland once I have recovered from my operation . Last week I was told there would be no more puppies and I went to the vets to be spayed and sadly the vet also had to remove my spleen too as the scan showed some growth since the previous one . 
This was a big operation and I needed lots of pain killers and was very sick afterwards and couldn’t eat . My foster mum who I love so much ( she is adopting me by the way)  said that the vet needs paying and the operation cost such a lot of money Just over £1600 
I was hoping that some of the kind and generous members may be able to donate just £1 each , I know that this would help greatly and also I could stop worrying about how much the vet bills have cost Spaniel Assist so far . 
I am truly happy and very loved for the first time in my life , that is down to the amazing people that run Spaniel Assist because without them I feel that my life would not have lasted very much longer .

If you can donate £1 then please PayPal using the friends and family option Spanielassist@hotmail.com or the Bank account details are Spaniel Assist 54.30.64 
42696941 . There is also a donate button on the website . 
Thank you so much for saving me and now I finally have hope and a future . 
Lots of Spaniel Love from Coco