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Cast Off Cockers Dog Rescue is in dire need of loving Foster Homes to care for our wonderful rescued dogs while they are waiting to be adopted. All provisions and medical care are provided. 

If you'd like to offer a needy small dog a safe and loving Foster Home, contact the rescue

by email at

We are planning another rummage sale soon. We can use any furniture, clothing, electronics, tools, toys, etc. Email us if you can donate any items.

News... We need volunteers to do home visits prior to adoptions. If you are interested we will be happy to train you on what to look for. Email us for more info.

Health Watch: Please note all the following:
(1) There are two distinct Parvo seasons in AZ; spring into summer and summer into fall. Please be sure your dogs are protected against this killer disease, especially if you take your pal to public doggy parks.

(2) We are number one in the nation for new cases of West Nile Virus; this should tell you how many dang mosquitoes we have here. It only takes one bite from one infected mosquito to give you pal heart worms. Please have your pal heartworm tested (it's cheap) and give your dogs their monthly heartworm preventative religiously. We prefer Heartgard; we advise against the multi-month injectable.

(3) MONSOON season means only one thing to doggie folks: VALLEY FEVER! All that wind and dust and moisture kick spores up into the air; once inhaled, each spore blossoms into a hellacious fungal infection. Although there is no cure, early treatment is key . Please get your dog tested twice each year; in September and in March (after the monsoons). Twice yearly testing's a lot cheaper than treating a rip-roaring case of VF. Thank you!

Adopting a friend
Our mission is to be sure that the dogs in our care are never homeless again. Therefore, we exert our best efforts to ensure a perfect match between the dog and the applicants. Home visits are done whenever possible and will be arranged after a completed application has been approved by our adoption committee.

In some cases, the dog will accompany our home inspection team to meet the applicant. We honor any clearly expressed preference the dog may show for one family over another, all other things being equal. If all goes well, an adoption may be awarded at the time of the introduction.

We all work full time so please be patient and allow us at least 24-48 hours to reply to your email. We're usually quicker, but need your understanding if we can't be.

There is a nonrefundable adoption donation upon adoption of $325 cash for adults and seniors and $425 cash for puppies 13 months and younger. This helps to offset expenses, and represents a substantial savings to you over what you would pay for a dog from either a pet shop or breeder PLUS their vaccines, spay / neuter surgery, vet exams, microchip, socialization and training.

We prefer to make instate adoptions and much prefer Maricopa County; however, we have, when it was the most perfect match, adopted some of our most beloved rescued doggies to folks residing in more distant AZ counties.

We will never ship a dog anywhere, so please don't even ask us.

We regret that we cannot "hold" dogs for you; once your application is submitted, please be prepared to meet and adopt the dog quickly; other homeless dogs, who might otherwise be euthanized, are waiting for rescue space. We thank you immensely for your understanding.

About Fostering

If you are interested in fostering, please know that we provide all the supplies your foster furkid will need; premium food, bed, toys, crates, harnesses, leashes, training, bowls, medications, grooming, vet care, and so on. All that's needed is your safe and loving home, a fenced back yard, occasional transportation to and from appointments, and participation on your foster kid's adoption committee; after all, you'll know your foster doggie better than the rest of us!


Gilbert, AZ 85234


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