6/16/20 Reiley is doing well in his foster home with the other cocker in the home. He does sleep a lot but can be active at times according to his foster mom. A quiet home without children would be ideal for him. He was groomed and did very well according to the groomer, even for his feet and nails. He is still on Cyclosporine for dry eye. Contact us for more information.
2/8/19 Reiley has been in a foster home for a few months now and while he does well with his humans, he prefers to be the only pet – for whatever reason!!! Perhaps his previous owners’ family didn’t really know this information. For this reason, he will need to be the only pet in the home. He travels well and otherwise is okay. If you would like to permanently foster him or even adopt him, please complete an online application or call Barb at 614-554-1300./barb
10/4/18 Reiley was surrendered to Brown Co HS when his rescue owner suddenly passed away and her family needed assistance in rehoming her pets. Reiley seems to like everyone and is a very active senior. He will go to a foster home as soon as one becomes available but in the meantime he will continue to be assessed by the staff at Gahanna Animal Hospital. His only medical issue is early dry eye for which Cyclosporine eye drops will be started. Please complete an online application if he’s the one for you !!! /barb 10/9/18
8/27/20 Kelly from New Destiny Dog Rescue in TN pulled him from a backyard where he was tied. With kids in the family, we are thinking he’s been abused so NO CHILDREN are recommended. He is very fearful and mistrusting at this point so only cocker savvy adopters will be considered. He will coming to Columbus soon.