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SPECIAL NOTICE - Updated 6/12/20

Ohio has opened back up and adoptions have begun. We are working through the many applications that were in a holding pattern during the Governor's executive order as well as working through the new applications arriving daily. As the threat of this virus still exists, we are implementing the following procedures:

We will limit the number of physical home inspections and may request virtual inspections via pictures, FaceTime or videos.

There may be no public adoption events for the remainder of 2020. These have been the only opportunity to meet our dogs without submitting an application and becoming approved. If they do resume again, there will be safety measures in place that must be followed.

We will conduct private meet & greets only with approved applications and at the place of our choosing. We request that all people at the meet and greet wear a mask for the protection of our volunteers.

Thank you for your continued support and understanding of the 'new normal'.

   
 
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Hello - My Name's Freddy
 


   
Age: 14 YO
Sex: Male
Size:
Breed: Cocker Spaniel
CCRID#: 2095
   
Just the Facts
10/19/2020 Update from his foster Mom, he gets along fine with the dogs in his foster home. He likes to be with his human - anywhere that is - and likes to be petted. He is doing pretty well for an old guy - he can see and hear pretty well, he did lose some teeth. There are no signs of resource guarding - but he doesn't show any interest in toys either. Unfortunately, Freddy is exhibiting separation anxiety. He feels comfortable in his crate, but not when left alone. So, his foster mom is working to see what we can do to make him more comfortable being left alone. He does seem more comfortable when his foster brother is around when his foster mom is gone.

10/2/2020 - New to rescue. Came from a hoarding/neglect situation along with 5 other cockers. Moved into foster home 10/7. More to come as he settles in.
   
More About Me
Shots: Current on Shots
Altered: Neutered
Housetraining: Unknown
Crate Training: Unknown
Special Needs: Ear meds
   
Things You Should Know
Fenced Yard: Fenced Yard Recommended
Children: Unknown
Other Dogs: I get along with other Dogs
Cats: Unknown
   
I May Be A Courtesy Listing, which means the nice people at Columbus Cocker are helping my owner find a new home for me.
If contact information is listed below, please contact them directly
   


 

 

 
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