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We are faced with a number of challenges in these times. In order to keep our volunteers safe and healthy and to comply with the Governor's executive orders and the recommendations of the CDC, we are implementing the following temporary procedures:

We are still accepting applications and doing the basic processing with the exception of physical home inspections. We will be asking for pictures, FaceTime or videos of homes. Most of our dogs cannot be spayed/neutered during this time. There will be no meet & greets until it is deemed safe and no dogs will be released for adoption at this time. 

We cannot take in dogs during this time unless there is no other option available. We are aware of dogs in shelters but many shelters have closed their intake department with no way to pull a dog.

We appreciate your understanding as we travel through these difficult times.

Hello - My Name's Popeye

Age: 6-7 YO
Sex: Male
Breed: Cocker Spaniel
CCRID#: 2071
Just the Facts
5/9/2020 Home trial w/Moser family 3/9/2020 Popeye underwent a dental, neuter and removal of ear tissue. He's doing very well so far and his ears need cleaning every other day or so as the cauterized tissue is sloughing out. all biopsies and cultures have returned negative. He's been a real champ through all of this and would love his own family as soon as possible. Complete an online application if you think he's for you !!!!/b 2/4/2020 Pulled from Montgomery Co. Animal Resource Center as a stray. Noted by shelter staff to have several medical issues requiring resources beyond their capability. Cocker rescue was contacted and he was moved to Gahanna Animal Hospital. Upon exam, he was noted to have severe discharge with decaying odor coming from both ears with a large mass just inside the left ear canal. He was started on ear meds and oral meds in hopes of reducing the amount of infection. He was also placed on eye meds and an antibiotic for his skin. He will have bloodwork before scheduling a much-needed dental, a neuter and removal of infected ear tissue. He has a fairly nice personality although may be a bit deaf due to ear infections. If startled, he can growl. No aggressive behavior has been noted at the animal hospital while undergoing ear treatments. Seems to get along with other dogs and loves attention - - any toys!!!!!
More About Me
Shots: Current on Shots
Altered: Neutered
Housetraining: Unknown
Crate Training: Unknown
Special Needs:
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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.
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