Paris [Adopted April 5, 2014] is a beautiful 3 year old black and white cocker that lost her human and mother within a three month period. Paris' owner died and relatives housed Paris and her mother as they looked for a new home for both pups. In late February Paris' mom was diagnosed with advanced cancer and was allowed to cross the Rainbow Bridge. That same day Paris was relinquished to SCR.
This sad, very scared little pup had never been separated from her mother and now she was in a home with a new human and a foster brother and sister. It took two weeks before she started to wag her little tail and now seems happy being part of a cocker trio.
Paris is fearful of new situations and needs a patient home willing to give her time to readjust to her new life. She has done remarkably well in the four weeks she has been in her foster home. Since she always had her mother as her companion, she would very much like the company of at least one other easygoing pup.
She is housebroken, crate trained and has now become a lap dog!