About 2 ½ years ago my daughter rescued an eight-month-old cocker spaniel who, had she not taken her, would have gone to a local animal shelter. At the time I had an older pit bull/lab mix (Rory) and although I had no experience with cocker spaniels I agreed to give “Bree” a try.
Bree and Rory became fast friends (They say that opposites attract) and when I took the new pup for her checkup, the Vet asked if I got her from” Oldies But Goodies.” I had never heard of OBG but after hearing her talk about this great rescue group, I went on line and started reading up on the website. I guess I don’t have to tell you- it didn’t take long before I was hooked on these beautiful dogs and this wonderful group of people.
|Dasher & Tea|
|Tea, Rory & Woodstock, the cat|
Here’s the truth - they bring so much to my life, I can’t even begin to explain it. They are my little “fur kids” in every sense of the word. They ask so little and give so much. They love unconditionally and love to be a true part of your life every day, good or bad . There’s always something to delight in!
|Tea & Bree|
As they say at OBG- “Adopt a Cocker and make a friend for life.” Truer words were never spoken.
I’ve heard these dogs described as the “Merry Cocker” and as far as I’m concerned, the more the merrier!!! (Blogger's Note: And we couldn't agree more!)