Western Region

Cooper in Fresno, CA

Just Adopted!

Here is Cooper with his new family...

Cooper is an 11-year-old, Tri-Color Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who came into rescue after his owner died.

As with most Cavaliers, Cooper has the sweetest temperament and is very affectionate. Cooper is also very smart and despite his age, is still willing to learn new commands. Weighing in at 23 pounds, Cooper is very healthy and heart clear. His only significant health issue is that he is deaf.

Cooper is eager to take on the world and explore his surroundings. He loves going on walks, and does not pull. He is also not scared of other dogs.

Cooper does appear to have some obedience training, and is housebroken. He was recently crate trained by his foster mom, and now goes into his crate on his own and waits for his treat.

Cooper will thrive in a home where a loving adult is home most of the day, and where he has couch privileges. He may snore, but it can all be credited to Cavalier charm. Cooper will shower his owner with the utmost love and attention, and will be a true companion to live out the rest of his years.

We think Cooper deserves the perfect home to live out his golden years. If you think you are a good match for sweet Cooper, please read about the adoption process and complete the online adoption application and indicate your interest by emailing our Northern California Coordinator, Suzy Stidham at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Stats

  • Color: Tri-Color
  • Age: 11
  • Birthday: 6/2/06
  • Weight: 23 lbs
  • Sex: Male
  • House Training: Very good.
  • Medical Conditions: Deaf, but healthy and heart clear.
  • Temperament: Sweet, easy going, will follow you everywhere, gets along with other dogs and cats.
  • Recommendations: A home with another mellow dog would be fine. It would be ideal if he had a home where he would not be alone for long periods of time. He loves the company of his humans.
  • Location: Fresno, CA
  • Region: Western

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