This cocker girl can be in a home with children 10 and older and she needs a secure, fenced yard.
Meet Ginger, a reddish blonde cocker girl about 6 year old. In August of 2013 she was found as a stay by a good Samaritan who noticed that she had been left abandoned in a construction sight of new homes being built. He took her home, tried to find her owner and contacted this rescue to get her a good home. She is a loving, friendly girl so she got adopted out to a nice lady in October 2013 when she was about 2 years old. This lady had her for 4 years, loved her for the special girl that she is and just recently had to move to a place where her home is in a busy area. This cutie is an escape artist, so she was afraid she would dart out the front door and get hurt. She asked us to take her back and find her a good home.
She is heartworm negative, spayed and updated on shots. She just had to have 5 teeth removed at the vet when they did her dental. She had a cherry eye when we got her in 2013 that was fixed before we adopted her out. She is a very active, happy, friendly girl. She is an escape artist so you will need to have a secure, fenced yard and be careful that she doesn't dart out the front door when company comes over or you go somewhere. She can be in a home with children 10 and older who will not constantly pester her. We suggest using baby gates so that she won't dart out the front door and making sure that the backyard gate is completely shut each time she goes outside. This cocker girl would love to be your sweet baby girl and a wonderful indoor house companion.