SPRINGERS AVAILABLE IN THE WEST
 
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This page was last updated on 3/23/17

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Postings: Bambi   Bella   Brice   Buddy   Carmen   Cisco   Ditto   Fenway   Jasmine   Lily   Max   Oreo   Ruby   Sage   Shawn  
Seniors for Seniors: Bambi   Bella   Bonnie   Brice   Buddy   Ditto   Lily   Max   Ruby   Tulo  
Adoption Pending: Beeve   Brownie   Bucky   Cici   Curly   Teddy  
 

SPRINGER FOSTER PARENTS NEEDED!!

Do you have room in your home and your heart for a Springer in need? We pay for necessary veterinary expenses, including heartworm medications and flea prevention. We ask that you provide food, toys, lots of love, a kind hand, and a safe  home in which a Springer can live temporarily while we seek that perfect Forever Home for him or her.

We do not have a shelter or kennel, and our ability to continue rescuing depends on whether we have a place for the dogs to stay when they are released to our rescue group. We exist entirely on donations and adoption fees, so it is difficult for us to board an animal in a kennel or vet's office since most foster dogs are in our care for two to six weeks.

If you give a rescue dog a temporary home, not only will you save a life, you will vastly improve your own. People who love animals live longer, healthier lives and you'll redecorate your home with fur for free!

If you will consider helping our dogs, please fill out our Foster Home Application or contact your state's coordinator

Thank you for helping in any way you can.

Springers in Alaska        top

ESRA is not aware of any Springers in need of homes in Alaska at this time. Many state coordinators have dogs that are not yet on the website as these dogs are still in the evaluation phase of their time with ESRA.

Springers in Arizona        top
We may have more dogs in Las Vegas, Nevada. Contact Laurel Fagg mlfagg@cox.net for more information.

FENWAY
Casa Grande, AZ

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ESRA#:2016-126AZ
Status: Available
  
Age:9 years
Gender:Male
Color:Liver & White
Weight:50 lbs
Variety:Bench

Fenway's vet bills have accumulated to the point that we are asking for donations to assist him. If you would like to make a donation to ESRA specifically for Fenway (2016-126AZ), make sure to indicate his name and intake number when you do so. Please click here to reach our Donations page to help Fenway. Fenway will cheer for you!
Newsflash! Fenway’s no longer on the “injured” list and he is all set to play! He has completed his rehab and is ready for adoption! 

This gentleman came to ESRA with one torn ACL and soon needed surgery on both knees. He has now recovered from two TPLO (tibial plateau leveling osteotomy) surgeries. This has become one of the most popular orthopedic surgeries performed on dogs who have torn an ACL. The philosophy behind the TPLO surgery is to completely change the dynamics of the dog’s knee so that the torn ligament becomes irrelevant to the stability of the knee itself.

Both of these were expensive procedures, and he could use a little help. 

Fenway can be shy at first, but once he gets to know you, he warms up quickly and is a real lover. He has met children, and seems to like them. He gets along great with other dogs and with cats.

Fenway can be anxious when he gets groomed or goes to the vet, but otherwise he is a super sweet, happy boy. His vet said that he can do almost anything except agility exercises following his surgeries. He can work up to long walks and increasingly challenging hikes; swimming is excellent exercise for Fenway as well. 

This boy is ready and able to go to his Forever Home. Could you be Fenway’s new teammate and coach?

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Fenway.

Contact: Linnea Maxwell linneamaxwell@cox.net .

Posted: 9/18/16


CURLY
Phoenix, AZ

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ESRA#:2012-755NV
Status: Adoption Pending
  
Age:6 years
Gender:Male
Color:B&W Tricolor
Weight:40 lbs
Variety:Mix
Click here to see Curly in action!
Curly is a happy and energetic tri-color Springer Spaniel mix. He was saved from being euthanized four years ago and recently returned to ESRA due to a major change in his family. He's doing great in his foster home but needs a new home of his very own.

Curly is very active and wants an active mom and/or dad who is ready for a happy boy.  He is happy-go-lucky and loves to play with toys.

He has learned quickly to Sit, Stay and not jump up and kiss you. Given the chance, however, he would love to share his love with anyone who wants love.  He's quite adaptable and seems to enjoy any game you can come up with! He loves going to the dog park, gets along with other dogs and lives to play.

Curly likes children, but they need to be old enough to understand how to play with him. If you have an active home and want a dog who will do everything with you, then Curly could be the dog for you!

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Curly.

Contact: Foster Home, Lee Tyo tyo9758@yahoo.com .

Posted: 7/29/16

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BONNIE
Hemet, CA

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ESRA#:2017-63CA
Status: Available
  
Age:12 years
Gender:Female
Color:B&W Tricolor
Weight:50 lbs
Variety:Bench

Thinking about bringing Bonnie or another wonderful Senior Springer into your family? Read why rescuing Senior Springers is a top priority for ESRA.
Bonnie is a sweet, gentle older lady who is looking for the perfect Forever Home where she can be spoiled rotten for the rest of her life. Like lots of us older folks, she has some arthritis, a growth here and there, cataracts, is a bit hard of hearing and carries a few extra pounds. None of this bothers Bonnie -- she is one of the bounciest, most active and happiest seniors we have seen in a long time. Bonnie is a very curious girl and loves to explore.  For this reason, she will need a securely fenced yard to keep her safe.

Bonnie came into rescue from a local shelter and we know nothing of her past, but suspect that she was well loved at one time.  She is a very loving girl and just wants to be with her people -- whether it is cuddled up on the couch or just hanging with you in the yard.  If she feels she has been without your attention for too long, she will gently offer her paw to you in a plea for a cuddle.  

Bonnie has been spayed, is up to date on her vaccinations and has been microchipped.  Bonnie also had a dental in which several teeth were removed.  This certainly does not prevent her from digging into her dry kibble or enjoying a tasty treat now and then!  She also enjoys a piece of rawhide each night at bedtime.  

Bonnie is currently taking a very low-dose, inexpensive thyroid pill twice a day.  She is also taking medication to help her with arthritis pain.  Bonnie is very food motivated and these pills are easily given in a small piece of cheese.  Bonnie came to us with ear infections which are almost cleared up.  She also came with a severe urinary tract infection which created strings of crystals in her urine.  To prevent this from returning, Bonnie is fed a special diet which her new family will need to continue.  Bonnie is house trained and crate trained.  However, Bonnie does not like being crated and will let you know quite loudly that she is unhappy!  

Bonnie gets along with all the male dogs in her foster home but enjoys terrorizing the one female Springer. Bonnie would most definitely enjoy being the one and only dog in her new home but would get along well with a non-dominant, mellow male dog.  Are you looking for that perfect television partner or someone to help you do yard work?  Bonnie knows exactly where to sit so you have to pet her as you plant flowers or pull weeds.  

Bonnie would love a family to call her own. She wants to spend her days enjoying all the affection she can get and give. Our Springer seniors are truly special, and they amaze their new families with the amount of love they have to share. Please consider taking this charming lady into your home and heart!

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Bonnie.

Contact: Case Manager, Cindy Pierson lpie229620@gmail.com .

Posted: 3/19/17

RANGER
Auburn, CA

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ESRA#:2012-981UT
Status: Available
  
Age:5 years
Gender:Male
Color:Black & White
Weight:43 lbs
Variety:Field
Ranger was first adopted from ESRA as a puppy in 2012. He has been living the good life since then with his loving human parents, who have considered him their "child in a fur coat." However, circumstances have changed. His mom and dad now have a young son, an infant, and busy jobs. Taking into consideration their family's needs as well as Ranger's best interests, his parents are looking to find a new home for him where he will receive the time and attention he deserves.

Looking for a running partner? If so, this is the guy for you. His dad regularly runs long distances, training for marathons. Not a runner but prefer to walk? Ranger has pretty good leash manners, and he enjoys a good walk. Ranger also loves going into the water and chasing balls (with the emphasis on chasing rather than returning them!). Ranger is happiest when he has open space to run freely. If there is a big stick handy that he can carry in his mouth while running, all the better. Getting the proper amount of exercise is essential to this sweet boy's health and happiness.

One of Ranger's great attributes is how nicely he behaves indoors. He spends three quarters of his time inside the house, where he is calm and relaxed. While he used to sleep in the bedroom with his human mom and dad, Ranger decided that he was missing out on his beauty sleep when the baby cried. So he now sleeps on his dog bed in the living room, but he also has the choice of a crate with an open door when he wants extra privacy. Ranger sleeps through the night with no fuss, and he does not jump on the furniture.

This boy is great with kids and is totally trustworthy. The two-year-old can roll all over Ranger and put his hand into the dog's dish while the he is eating, and Ranger will tolerate this without complaint. Ranger is also good with other dogs. He has spent time on sleepovers with his human grandparents and their dogs without incident. He used to spend a fair amount of time in dog parks, where it didn’t take long before he would have a long line of dogs chasing him. Ranger prefers to be the one chased rather than the chaser. During his first few years, Ranger had lots of experience with doggie daycare when his mom and dad were off working. He has been well socialized. He knows several commands including Sit, Down, Stay, Roll Over, and Place. He’s not too interested in toys, but if you offer them, make sure they are extra durable. What he loves most is a good elk antler.

Ranger hates loud noises, particularly leaf blowers and vacuum cleaners. He will bark loudly and snap at the air to try to make the machines go away. If someone comes to the door, he announces that with a big voice. He impulsively jumps up when a guest first enters. He does know the command Go to Your Place, so this behavior should be relatively easy to modify. Ranger appears to have a taste for paper, and he enjoys chewing and eating paper and stickers, so it is best to keep those kinds of things out of his path.

Ranger has a very strong prey drive, especially when it comes to squirrels and cats. For this reason, he cannot share a home with kitties or other small critters. Sorry, no exceptions.

In his earlier years, Ranger displayed some anxiety when he was left alone. He would howl, yelp, and do damage to the house. Thankfully, this has not been the case for quite some time. His family can now leave him alone in the house without incident. Of course, at age five, Ranger has matured and is no longer a teenager. His adopters just need to be aware that the anxiety could resurface while he adjusts to his new family and surroundings.

What Ranger wants and needs most are loving, active humans who are experienced with Springers. He requires a family that will include him in their everyday life. Even though Ranger enjoys the outdoors and will gladly entertain himself, he doesn’t want to be out there all day on his own.

Ranger is neutered, microchipped, and up to date on his vaccinations. He takes monthly flea, tick, and heartworm medication, and he has tested heartworm negative. If you think this sweet, affectionate boy will fit into your lifestyle and you wish to give him his Forever Home, we welcome your inquiry.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Ranger.

Contact: ESRA Case Manager, Karen Barone kateee@verizon.net .

Posted: 3/12/17

Springers in Colorado        top
Check our Arnold, Nebraska foster home for more great dogs. Arnold is about four hours from Denver. Utah and Wyoming are also included in the ESRA Rocky Mountain Region, check them for more adoptable dogs. Contact info@springerrescue.org

BELLA
Westminster, CO

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ESRA#:2013-889CO
Status: Available
  
Age:6 years
Gender:Female
Color:Liver & White
Weight:25 lbs
Variety:Bench
Bella is a petite little Springer that we like to call a “Pocket Springer” because she is so tiny you could carry her around in your pocket. Bella is a very sweet, affectionate little girl; she does not whine or bark when left alone. Bella follows her foster parents wherever they go and always elicits comments from strangers about how cute she is!

Bella is housetrained and likes to cuddle up next to you on the couch or at bedtime. She will, however, happily sleep in her crate. Bella is good in the car and could use a little practice with her obedience skills. She is a very smart little Springer, and has learned so much simply from being in a routine. A good refresher course in obedience skills will make her “the dream pet.” Bella does have a high prey drive, so a home without cats would be ideal. 

Bella would do best in an adult home. She does not do well with babies and young children. Bella’s perfect Forever Home is one where she is the only dog. She does relish being the center of attention and would rather not share her humans with other dogs.

Bella enjoys daily walks and playtime with her tennis ball. She would thrive in a home where she can cuddle, go on walks and play ball with you. Bella is a devoted and loving companion just waiting for her Forever Home. If Bella is perfect for you, please contact us to inquire about meeting this little lady. To ensure that a perfect match for Bella is found, we will need approved applicants to visit with her in person.

Please note that an approved adoption application is the first step in a more thorough interview process that is designed to match each dog to exactly the right family, and that the final decision rests with the dog's case manager.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Bella.

Contact: Foster Home, Dave Smith b_dave_smith@comcast.net .

Posted: 3/15/17

TUCKER
Westminster, CO

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ESRA#:2017-39UT
Status: Available
  
Age:5 years
Gender:Male
Color:Liver & White
Weight:64 lbs
Variety:Bench
Meet handsome Tucker!

Tucker came to ESRA as a low energy, rather sad boy who clearly needed love and attention.  His nails were overgrown and had to be clipped to allow him to walk without pain. He was about fifteen pounds overweight and had little interest in exercise.  His foster parents turned all that around.  

We discovered that he had a low thyroid and he now is maintained on a daily low dose of thyroid, an inexpensive medication.  His active foster parents have introduced him to the joys of running and walking and now he can’t wait for his walks and runs. From single half-mile walks, he has progressed to three-mile runs.  His diligent foster mom has introduced him to healthy eating habits and he has already lost seven pounds and continues to move toward his ideal weight. His dry skin is helped by a daily fish oil supplement.

His foster mom says:  

Tucker is the sweetest, gentlest boy. He is a dream Springer with a happy wagging tail most of his waking moments. He is so relaxed. He is happy to spend his day resting by the feet of his foster mom, or snuggling up on the couch after dinner. But, when it's time to walk or run, things get exciting. He runs to the front door and sits patiently until he gets his leash secured. A no-pull harness helps, as Tucker does pull a little on leash. He loves all dogs and people that we meet on our walks or runs and likes to stop for a quick sniff and a wag.  


Tucker responds to Sit, Stay, and Come along with responding instantly to his name.  He sleeps through the night and is happy getting up at 6:30 during the week, or waiting until 8:00 or later on the weekends. He will let you know when he needs to go out. He was very shy when he first arrived in Colorado, but he has really opened up in the last few weeks.  He has become a little more adventurous, but still makes sure that one of his foster parents is in sight. Tucker is initially protective of his family until he has been introduced to new people in his home.  

This handsome boy is ready for his Forever Family.  Let us know if you think Tucker might be the dog for your family!

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Tucker.

Contact: Foster Home , Susan Koerner s.k0erner@comcast.net .

Posted: 3/15/17

TULO
Englewood, CO

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ESRA#:2015-334CO
Status: Available
  
Age:9 years
Gender:Male
Color:Liver & White
Weight:50 lbs
Variety:Field

Thinking about bringing Tulo or another wonderful Senior Springer into your family? Read why rescuing Senior Springers is a top priority for ESRA.
Tulo is an older guy who is ready for a place to call his own. When Tulo first came into rescue, he was easily frightened and mostly kept to himself. With love and care from his foster dad, Tulo’s Springer joy started to shine through. He loves meeting people when they come to the door and while out on walks or hikes. Tulo has learned it is okay to ask for love and attention from people. He has become more affectionate and enjoys being part of the family.

Tulo is an adventurous guy. He loves to explore on walks and hikes and is not afraid to jump in the water after a ball. Tulo was named for his love of playing catch; if you can throw it, he will run. Tulo lives just fine with his Springer siblings, but would be just as happy in a home where he is the only dog. He has great house manners and has run of the house when his humans are out. Tulo uses the dog door, rides well in the car and is good while on walks. Tulo does wonderfully around women and children, but sometimes men can still scare him. We believe this is due to mistreatment from his past. He needs a family that will respect Tulo’s request for a little space when he needs it ~ he does let you know when he is uncomfortable. Tulo is still an active Springer, but when it is nap time there is no better place than in his “man cave” or sometimes on the couch.

Tulo does have arthritis in his ankles and to a lesser degree in his wrists and elbow. With time and testing, we have found a helpful medication regimen for him to help with swelling and pain. This medication plan will need to be followed for the rest of his life to help keep him comfortable and as active as he is now. 

Tulo would be a great companion if you are looking for a Springer shadow, to go for walks and take in the world around you, and of course a good game of fetch in the backyard. He is a sweet boy who deserves a home to call his own. Please let us know if you would like to meet Tulo.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Tulo.

Contact: Foster Home, Paul Vanderheiden paul@runriverrun.com .

Posted: 7/07/15

Springers in Hawaii        top

ESRA does not have any Springers available for adoption in Hawaii. However, we may have dogs in evaluation, or we may know of dogs at area shelters. Contact the state coordinator for information.

Springers in Idaho        top
Check our Washington foster homes for more great dogs. Most of our Idaho dogs go to Spokane, Washington. Contact Barb Doolin, Coordinator for Eastern Washington and Idaho, livernwhite@comcast.net

ESRA does not have any Springers available for adoption in Idaho. However, we may have dogs in evaluation, or we may know of dogs at area shelters. Contact the state coordinator for information.

Springers in Montana        top

ESRA does not have any Springers available for adoption in Montana. However, we may have dogs in evaluation, or we may know of dogs at area shelters. Contact the state coordinator for information.

Springers in Nevada        top

ESRA does not have any Springers available for adoption in Nevada. However, we may have dogs in evaluation, or we may know of dogs at area shelters. Contact the state coordinator for information.

Springers in New Mexico        top

ESRA does not have any Springers available for adoption in New Mexico. However, we may have dogs in evaluation, or we may know of dogs at area shelters. Contact the state coordinator for information.

Springers in Oklahoma        top

ESRA does not have any Springers available for adoption in Oklahoma. However, we may have dogs in evaluation, or we may know of dogs at area shelters. Contact the state coordinator for information.

Springers in Oregon        top

ESRA does not have any Springers available for adoption in Oregon. However, we may have dogs in evaluation, or we may know of dogs at area shelters. Contact the state coordinator for information.

Springers in Texas        top
Please check our Oklahoma and Arkansas areas for additional great dogs. These two states are considered "local" to North Texas. Contact: Beth Maryan beth.maryan@gmail.com for more information.

SHAWN
Dallas, TX

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ESRA#:2016-581TX
Status: Available
  
Age:12 months
Gender:Male
Color:Liver & White
Weight:40 lbs
Variety:Field
We are looking for a very special adopter for our darling, lovable, goofy pup named Shawn.

Unfortunately, Shawn's upbringing was unusually isolated -- his exposure to people and other dogs was limited to his human family. Without a fenced yard and living in close proximity to a highway, Shawn lived most of his life inside the house and/or a crate without proper exercise for an energetic Springer.  The lack of proper socialization has presented Shawn with some challenges.

Shawn is uncomfortable meeting strangers. He wants so badly to wiggle in excitement but his response is instead very tentative. After a brief meeting, he is a bouncy, ridiculously affectionate love bug. But, his family will need to work diligently with him making each encounter with strangers a wonderfully positive experience.  As young as he is, he should grow into a trusting and confident young man before you know it. His family will require some patience and understanding and let him approach others on his own terms. The same goes for meeting other dogs.  Otherwise, he is a perfectly "normal," silly, playful, mischievous, energetic Springer! Oh, and did we mention gorgeous?

We believe Shawn would benefit from and thoroughly enjoy another dog in the home as a playmate. A single-dog home for Shawn will certainly be considered, though.  Having been raised with young children, Shawn adores them.  Yet, we prefer to place him with a family with older or no children.  He needs structure and a family who has lots of time to share. He is housetrained and crate trained, and like most young Springers, needs leash work.  Shawn is a great passenger in the car.  He is unknown with cats.

Shawn is in excellent health, neutered, current on all routine vetting and shots, on monthly heartworm and flea prevention and he is microchipped.

Shawn is so ready to embark on an entirely differently life as a beloved family member.  Hold on world-- here he comes!  

Please contact his Case Manager if you are a perfect match.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Shawn.

Contact: Beth Maryan beth.maryan@gmail.com .

Posted: 2/22/17

CARMEN
Dallas, TX

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ESRA#:2016-127TX
Status: Available
  
Age:5 years
Gender:Female
Color:Black & White
Weight:25 lbs
Variety:Bench
Meet sweet Carmen ... She’s quite a survivor and ESRA’s newest Special Needs pup.

Carmen has the dearest, softest and most gentle eyes — they will melt your heart. And those eyes never leave the humans helping her. She is eating up lots of love and attention from her foster family, rolling over for belly rubs every chance she gets! She will bark and whine if she can’t be snuggled up next to her foster mom. She’s happiest with her head resting in someone’s lap. She has come a long way in a short time in foster care, settling in, feeling a little more safe and secure, less helpless, and getting accustomed to the other Springers in the home.

How she came to be in the poor physical condition ESRA found her is a mystery with questions we may never have answered. It had been reported through social media that, obviously injured and needing immediate vet care, this little dog had been abandoned in a park on a stormy day. Picked up and taken to the Garland shelter, her shelter post went viral on Facebook with hundreds of posts pleading to save this beautiful Springer. ESRA was at the shelter the next morning when the doors opened!

Read more about Carmen by clicking the heart icon which will take you to her Special Needs page. Developing a treatment plan for her will be costly, and exactly what her future holds is not yet clear, but, lucky for Carmen, she is now an ESRA Springer and what ESRA can do for her has no limits because of the generous support we can count on from our staunch friends.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Carmen.

Contact: Beth Maryan beth.maryan@gmail.com .

Posted: 3/17/16

RUBY
Dallas, TX

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ESRA#:2016-583OK
Status: Available
  
Age:11 years
Gender:Female
Color:Black & White
Weight:45 lbs
Variety:Bench

Thinking about bringing Ruby or another wonderful Senior Springer into your family? Read why rescuing Senior Springers is a top priority for ESRA.
We can guarantee the special family who adopts this lovely senior girl will find a slice of heaven in Ruby.

Welcome to ESRA, Miss Ruby.  She is a true gem!  Ruby is undeniably the sweetest, kindest, most gentle soul.  She is incredibly well-mannered, asking permission before she does anything.  She adores all people and gets along famously with all dogs. We are guessing she is somewhere around eleven years old. 

Ruby was dropped at the city shelter by a family member after her owner was moved to assisted living. Unfortunately, Ruby was in pretty rough shape -- suffering from severe ear and skin infections, flea infestation and significant hair loss.  But her sweet, loving and gentle personality shone brightly.

Ruby would be happiest with a family who is home much of the time.  She is all Velcro, following her foster mom's every step.  She is beautifully behaved and housetrained. She gets excited at meal time and will bark in anticipation.  One of her favorite pastimes is stalking squirrels and sunning on the deck.  She is a riot! She would really enjoy a canine companion.  We expect she would do well with young children, as long as she was treated respectfully.  Ruby might need several weeks to settle into her Forever Family, as she has experienced lots of upheaval in her senior years. She hopes to find a family who will allow her to snuggle on the couch and in your bed.  

The vet finds Ruby to be in good health.  And, it comes as no surprise, Ruby is mostly deaf.  Her blood work and urinalysis were good.  Her skin and ears are clearing up.  She has mild allergies, but a daily dose of Apoquel seems to be doing the trick.  She is heartworm negative.  She is on daily Proin for incontinence, which is working perfectly, as well.  Her energy level has really increased; she is feeling great!  Ruby just needs a little time now for her coat to grow back in shiny and healthy and her ears and feathering to grow in. She'll be a movie star!  

We cannot say enough about this awesome, deserving senior. Please reach out to her Case Manager if you have already fallen for this beautiful senior lady.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Ruby.

Contact: Beth Maryan beth.maryan@gmail.com .

Posted: 2/07/17

CISCO
Dallas, TX

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ESRA#:2016-582TX
Status: Available
  
Age:2 years
Gender:Male
Color:Liver & White
Weight:53 lbs
Variety:Field
Cisco is a very cool dog!  He is big, tall and athletic -- a gorgeous field-bred boy. He is of excellent temperament and is a wonderful and outgoing Springer. 

Cisco is full of life and full of energy.  He walks and runs with the most beautiful gait.  His Forever Family will need to work with him on basic obedience and leash skills along with providing plenty of outdoor opportunities for exercise so he can truly be the amazing Springer that he is.  He is best suited for older children given his size and his strength.

This young boy is great with the other dogs.  We suspect a cat would be prey to him. He's really improved on his house manners, but is still required to be confined to a room or a crate when left alone.  Cisco is housetrained and does fine in his crate.

Cisco is very healthy, neutered, current on all his vaccinations and microchipped.

Cisco will be a fantastic companion. Please reach out to his Case Manager if Cisco appears to be a perfect match for you. 

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Cisco.

Contact: Beth Maryan beth.maryan@gmail.com .

Posted: 2/17/17

BRICE
Houston, TX

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ESRA#:2016-484TX
Status: Available
  
Age:12 years
Gender:Male
Color:Liver & White
Weight:45 lbs
Variety:Bench

Thinking about bringing Brice or another wonderful Senior Springer into your family? Read why rescuing Senior Springers is a top priority for ESRA.
Brice is a sweet, gentle old man who has negotiated lots of lumps and bumps in the road of life. Like lots of us, he has some arthritis, a growth here and there, and is a bit hard of hearing. But he still loves a nice walk in the fresh air, a dip in the pool, a kiss and a hug, hanging out on the couch with his people and the company of other dogs. 

We know he didn’t have much of a life before ESRA took him on and he was very ill when he came into rescue. His blood work revealed he was not producing red blood cells at a sufficient rate to sustain his life. After a few months of treatment, Brice has made great progress health-wise and he deserves to be loved and well cared for in his later years.

Brice is house trained, uses the dog door and is up to date on all his shots. The medicines he is currently taking are supplements: Vetri Science Senior Multivitamin and Dasuquin. Brice was taking Doxycycline daily (in case he had a tick-borne disease or an infection) but we have taken him off the Doxy and will test him shortly to see if his blood work is remaining in normal range without the drug.

Brice is not a demanding type; he is happy to rest on a comfy pillow by your chair in the office or lay on the couch with you when you watch television. He is older, so he does enjoy his naps. But come walk time, he is ready to go a couple of laps. Brice gets along with all the people and animals he has met. He loves them and they love him. He loves his treats and dinner. He does get anxious when riding in the car and needs to be kenneled.

If you are interested having a loving old guy to hang out with, Brice is your man!

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Brice.

Contact: Sheri Cromwell scromwell@wildblue.net .

Posted: 11/08/16

DITTO
Houston, TX

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ESRA#:2015-633TX
Status: Available
  
Age:13 years
Gender:Male
Color:Black & White
Weight:50 lbs
Variety:Bench

Thinking about bringing Ditto or another wonderful Senior Springer into your family? Read why rescuing Senior Springers is a top priority for ESRA.
Are you looking for a classic Springer? Look no further! Ditto is the epitome of what everyone is looking for in a Springer. This lover boy wants to be with you all the time! He’s a big, needy, clingy baby who finds himself in the position of locating a new home because his owner passed away.

Ditto came from a home where he was crated much of the time; however, he has decided that his kennel days are over. Having the run of the house is much more fun, and we agreed that some freedom is long overdue. Ditto is house trained and will tell you when he needs to go outside. He will also tell you a big story when it’s time for his dinner!

Ditto gets along fine with most dogs, but he prefers to be the center of attention soaking up all the love you have to give. He is tolerant of his foster sister, a female Lab. When they go outside he tries to keep up with her, but sometimes she runs over him trying to get out the door. Occasionally he loses his footing, but he catches up to her quickly without complaining. Because Ditto was raised with multiple dogs, he’s used to being fed separately and will stay at his own dish.

Ditto is a great car rider. He settles down quickly and doesn’t move until the car stops. He enjoys trips to the bay with his foster parents and has become a great fishing buddy. He goes back and forth from one pier to the other and then settles down to bask in the sun by his foster mom’s chair on the dock. Judging by the size of the fish they are catching, we think he may be a good luck charm!

When not fishing, Ditto follows his foster mom around the house and sleeps by her feet when she’s at the computer. He walks well on a lead, and he’s good for his bath and grooming. He’s not really interested in toys -- he just wants to be with his people. When it’s time for bed, he normally passes out early on his doggy bed and sleeps there all night. What a good boy! Ditto’s foster mom describes him as the perfect dog.

Ditto NEEDS to be with his people. He NEEDS to snuggle with you. He NEEDS your love and attention. In return, this sweet boy promises to love you FOREVER!

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Ditto.

Contact: Sheri Cromwell scromwell@wildblue.net .

Posted: 3/05/16

LILY
Dallas, TX

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ESRA#:2015-290TX
Status: Available
  
Age:12 years
Gender:Female
Color:Black & White
Weight:53 lbs
Variety:Mix

THINKING ABOUT BRINGING A SENIOR SPRINGER INTO YOUR FAMILY? Read why rescuing Senior Springers is a top priority for ESRA.
This is our sweet Lily. She is such a lovely girl and there is no dog more loving and more devoted.

Unfortunately, Lily has led a very hard life and it shows. Likely she was an outside dog with minimal to no veterinary care. She found herself in a city shelter after she was found meandering around in East Texas. Senior dogs at a small country shelter have almost no chance of making it out. Thank goodness ESRA got to her in time!

Lily arrived filthy, matted and covered in fleas. Her front leg was swollen three times its normal size from a badly infected and undetected snakebite. The infection was so advanced that we thought we were going to lose her. Her ears were also grossly and painfully infected. From a lifetime of chronic and untreated ear infections, Lily has developed cauliflower ear. Unfortunately, Lily’s woes didn’t stop there. She then had a very serious abscess in her ear that spiked a fever so high that Lily could not stand on her own. We are so lucky she has recovered beautifully from all of her medical trials and tribulations. She prances now and even tries to jump up on you when she's excited! She is truly priceless.

Despite all that she has been through, Lily is the most gentle, the kindest and most loving senior girl in the world. She is so easy to have around as she follows you everywhere, nudging you for pets, and doing anything you ask. Lily will need to be placed as an only dog in her Forever Home, as she is protective of her space and with other dogs. She would be very gentle with young children.

Surprisingly, Lily is in relatively good health now. Her ears do need to be watched carefully. She is on joint supplements and anti-inflammatory for older hips and a knee that gives her trouble on occasion. She is now spayed, current on all vaccines, heartworm negative and microchipped for safekeeping.

Lily needs to be adored, to be doted upon, and needs the love of a family. She will give love back to you ten-fold in return, we promise! Please email her case manager/foster mom if you want to give Lily all that she deserves.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Lily.

Contact: Beth Maryan beth.maryan@gmail.com .

Posted: 7/31/15

OREO
Austin, TX

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ESRA#:2014-354TX
Status: Available
  
Age:9 years
Gender:Male
Color:Black & White
Weight:40 lbs
Variety:Bench
Oreo is everything a great companion should be – he’s handsome, smart, sweet and playful. He knows the basic commands: Sit, Down and Stay. He will look into a crate but has no desire to go into one. He freely roams his foster home and has not had any problems. He is house trained and will go to the back door when he needs to go out. He gets along well with his Springer foster sister who tries to remind him daily that she is the boss.

Oreo is a great watch dog and alerts you if an animal or person gets anywhere close to the house. He does sometimes get on the furniture, but will get down when asked. He adores going for rides in the car, but needs to keep his seatbelt on so he doesn’t have too much fun playing in the car.

Oreo’s foster mom has this to say:

He is super sweet and cute. He is a great dog and we enjoy fostering him. He does display the typical Velcro Springer traits - he has the wiggle butt and he likes to follow his people around everywhere. Oreo sleeps on a dog bed at night and naps in front of the window during the day. He gets along great with his ten-year-old human foster sister. Oreo needs some basic training to help him learn to walk on a leash. Obedience training would serve him well in this area, because he loves to go for walks and does well at the dog park.


Oreo is a very healthy and happy boy. While he may be about seven years old, he acts like a toddler with his enthusiasm and playfulness. Oreo would prefer a home where either his owner is home most of the time, or a home with another dog so he won’t get lonely. He’s current on all his vaccinations and is microchipped. He is ready now to go to his Forever Home.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Oreo.

Contact: Felicia Adams springer.rescue@yahoo.com .

Posted: 9/12/14


CICI
Dallas, TX

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ESRA#:2016-506TX
Status: Adoption Pending
  
Age:17 months
Gender:Female
Color:Black & White
Weight:50 lbs
Variety:Field
Meet our gorgeous supermodel, CiCi!  No fault of her own, at only eleven months old, she already had two families and had landed in a shelter.  Her ESRA foster family fell for her immediately and formally made her "theirs."  Unfortunately, they have had to make the tearfully heartbreaking decision to find her another home as an only dog.

Cici is tall, lean, leggy and gorgeous with a beautifully gentle temperament.  She is a stunning athlete who needs time and room to be a field-bred Springer. While an active girl, her greatest need is companionship. She will be content to sit on your lap and gratefully accept your adoration.  She is ridiculously affectionate -- the world's largest love bug. She loves to run and play and is doing an exceptional job keeping the squirrels out of the yard.  

Cici is housetrained, crate trained and doggy door trained. Her adoptive family may want to crate her when left alone, as she is still a young pup learning all the rules. However, she is frequently left out of her crate when her foster family leaves because they have dog doors and having lots to keep her occupied outside seems to keep her out of trouble.  Her foster family has worked diligently on her "good manners" training and making great progress. She has learned to sit to be petted and given treats and is learning the Stay command. We expect that she would be fantastic with children. She would be happiest with her family around much of the time. 

Cici is not fond of sharing her toys nor her food with other dogs. Therefore, we prefer to place her as the only "princess" in the home. Having said that, we would like her to still be able to socialize and romp with other dogs at the dog park or play dates, as she fares very well in that environment and enjoys it so. She is unknown with cats.

Cici is very healthy, current on vaccinations, heartworm negative, spayed and microchipped.

Cici is a truly amazingly exceptional Springer. Please contact her Case Manager if you can make Cici's life the best ever!

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Cici.

Contact: Beth Maryan beth.maryan@gmail.com .

Posted: 11/17/16


BEEVE
Dallas, TX

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ESRA#:2016-580TX
Status: Adoption Pending
  
Age:10 years
Gender:Male
Color:Unique coat
Weight:40 lbs
Variety:Mix

Thinking about bringing Beeve or another wonderful Senior Springer into your family? Read why rescuing Senior Springers is a top priority for ESRA.
Meet our precious Beeve!  Don't let his age fool you. Mr. Beeve has discovered the fountain of youth!  He is sharp, energetic, fit, agile, and he's a squirrel-chasing fool!  He's darling, he's sweet, and he is searching for a family of his own.  We believe Beeve to be a Sprocker.

Beeve has had the good fortune of being a very well-loved dog.  Sadly, his human mom has been very ill for a while now, forcing them to move to an apartment.  She can no longer walk him and there's no outdoor space for Beeve to run and be the pup he loves to be. She wants only the best for him; so, she selflessly reached out to ESRA for help in hopes of bringing the joy and happiness back into this little boy's life.

Beeve's list of "favorites" include chasing squirrels, playing with toys, riding in the car, visiting with everyone he meets and simply loving you.  His “dislikes” -- thunderstorms! He is a treasure.

Beeve can get somewhat anxious on occasion.  Given lots of opportunity to bound around in the yard, go on daily walks and be provided with socialization and lots of one-on-one time, the anxiety disappears.  When alone, he relaxes nicely in his crate.  He's accustomed to snuggling with you on the couch and on the bed.  He's housetrained and crate trained.  He loves children and he loves other dogs, although he can occasionally be a bit bossy.  It's pretty entertaining to see ten-year-old Beeve chasing around the two-year-old Springer. He is a trip!

Beeve is active, strong and very healthy. He has the cutest little body – it looks like he's put in his time at the gym!  He's current on vaccinations, neutered, heartworm negative, on monthly heartworm and flea prevention and he is microchipped.  His blood work came back great.  He also has just had a dental.

If you would like to put the sparkle back into little Beeve's eyes, please contact his Case Manager.  We are also looking for a foster home for Beeve to land while he waits for his Forever and ever Family.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Beeve.

Contact: Beth Maryan beth.maryan@gmail.com .

Posted: 12/23/16


TEDDY
Dallas, TX

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ESRA#:2017-65OK
Status: Adoption Pending
  
Age:7 years
Gender:Male
Color:B&W Tricolor
Weight:45 lbs
Variety:Bench
Meet, Mr. Gorgeous -- aka Teddy!

Teddy's lifelong family was forced to give him up after the human baby starting crawling and walking.  He has been very well loved and beautifully cared for by his previous dad.  But, Teddy has his limits and is not equipped to handle the antics of a toddler.

Teddy is absolutely fabulous!  He's so dear and so loving, and all about his people.  He is energetic, always up for the next adventure, loves his walks and loves to explore.  He is a major cuddler and will paw you for more love.  Teddy enjoys his toys and adores his people dearly. He fares well with other dogs but has lived as an only dog thus far.  He is housetrained and crate trained.  We are not aware of any prior exposure to cats, but suspect he wouldn't pay much attention to them.  

A calmer adult home would be ideal for this beautiful boy.  He can be somewhat leery of strangers. Once he meets you, he's absolutely fine -- just not immediately trusting.  His adoptive family will need to commit to working with him, teaching him that meeting strangers and new people entering his home or on his walks is the most fantastic thing that could happen to him.  

Teddy received a clean bill of health from the vet, is current on his shots, tested negative for heartworms and is microchipped.

If you would like to rescue this wonderful, wonderful boy, please contact his Case Manager.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Teddy.

Contact: Beth Maryan beth.maryan@gmail.com .

Posted: 2/23/17


BUCKY
San Antonio, TX

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ESRA#:2014-384TX
Status: Adoption Pending
  
Age:6 years
Gender:Male
Color:Liver & White
Weight:37 lbs
Variety:Field
We would like to thank Tammy Holt Photography in San Antonio, Texas for generously donating the photos of Bucky displayed here.

Captain America, I am not -- but Bucky is my name and being a suspicious dog is my game.

I came from Southwest Texas where the tumbleweeds tumble. My life is a bit of a mystery to my foster mom, because I am a lover in bed at night or for daytime naps but all other times I a little flighty. I love to run up behind my foster mom in the yard and grab her shorts to get her to chase me. But she has not caught on to the game and will not chase me! I try to jump at her hand and run, but she still won’t chase me!

I love the outdoors and my foster packs’ members are my buds -- but humans tend to worry me. At night I love to sleep right next to my foster mom or dad and give kisses and tail wags. I would love a boy or girl to play with and sleep with but I will need time to acclimate myself to a new family.

Can I be your Bucky boy and your new best friend?

Call me,
Bucky


UPDATE 7/14/15 from Bucky’s foster mom:

Bucky is doing well at overcoming his shyness. He loves to snuggle in our bed at night. He is now coming up to chairs and climbing up in our laps. He asks prior to climbing up by barking at us. He is a very loving dog but is still working on the command Come.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Bucky.

Contact: , Margo Layman margolayman@gmail.com .

Posted: 7/31/14


BROWNIE
Austin, TX

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ESRA#:2011-801TX
Status: Adoption Pending
  
Age:6 years
Gender:Female
Color:Liver & White
Weight:54 lbs
Variety:Bench
Don't miss out!  Our Brownie is a very special girl.  

Adopted through ESRA in 2011, Brownie has been living a wonderful life; however, her owner feels that Brownie would be happier with someone who can give her more of their time.  It has been a difficult decision to make, but her owner works full time and Brownie is home alone all day.  This creates some anxiety, as Brownie is a very active dog who needs to stay busy.

What would be the ideal home for Brownie?  

1) Someone who is home all or most of the day.  Perhaps a stay-at-home parent or someone who works from home. Brownie needs companionship and playtime to keep from becoming bored.

2) Someone who can give her lots of daily exercise. We feel Brownie needs at least two long walks every day. She currently enjoys her walks and often goes hiking on the weekends.

3) Being the center of attention!  Brownie prefers the company of humans over other dogs.  A typical needy/clingy Springer, she wants to soak up all the loving you can give her.  She's polite with other dogs, but prefers not to share her toys or mom's attention.

4)  An activity would be ideal for Brownie.  She needs to stay mentally engaged. She enjoys training and might excel in competition. There are so many fun activities you can share with your dog and that's exactly what she needs. 

5)  Brownie is a certified therapy dog and it would be wonderful to find someone who would continue and enjoy this experience with her.  

Would your home be the right home for Brownie?  She's looking for a very special adopter and it might be you! 

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Brownie.

Contact: Sheri Cromwell scromwell@wildblue.net .

Posted: 12/22/16

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Check our Arnold Nebraska foster home for more great dogs. Arnold is about four hours from Denver. Colorado and Wyoming are also included in the ESRA Rocky Mountain Region, check them for more adoptable dogs. Contact DeLon and Lindy Garbett, Utah Coordinators, delon_lindy@yahoo.com

SAGE
Magna, UT

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ESRA#:2016-561UT
Status: Available
  
Age:6 years
Gender:Male
Color:Liver & White
Weight:50 lbs
Variety:Field
Sage is a sweet, loving dog. He’s quite the handsome guy, too, as you can see from his pictures!

Sage has shown some anxiety and may exhibit typical signs of fear if cornered. He does well with other dogs and will be a great fit for the right Forever Family.  

Additional information regarding Sage will be posted shortly, so please make sure to check back! For specific details about Sage, please contact his coordinator at the link provided below.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Sage.

Contact: Coordinator , DeLon & Lindy Garbett delon_lindy@yahoo.com .

Posted: 3/09/17

JASMINE
Taylorsville, UT

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ESRA#:2016-288UT
Status: Available
  
Age:8 years
Gender:Female
Color:Black & White
Weight:44 lbs
Variety:Field
It's a whole new world for Jasmine! She's come a long way from being an outside hunting dog and having puppies.

She's smart, playful, snugly, eager to please and learn. Jasmine needs a family that will continue to help her learn with positive training and learning the ropes while gaining confidence. She wants to be included and part of the family.

Jasmine has learned the dog door and is house trained. She's also learned that she is allowed in the house and how to relax inside. She's crate trained. At first, the crate was the only place she felt comfortable. Once she saw the other dogs were allowed out, she wanted out too.

She's also learning to ride in the car. Being inside the car is a new experience for her.

This girl is an active eight-year-old. She loves toys (balls, Frisbee, sticks) and belly rubs. She loves to be with her people. She's happy to sit at your feet, but if allowed would love to be snuggled under your arm. If she's next to you, you must have your arm around her to pet her! She loves to go with her people. She would love her own fluffy bed or to join you on your bed.

She will greet you with a wiggle butt and happy WOO HOO! Jasmine also “woo-hoos” when she is hungry and as a thank you.

She's working on her leash manners (she probably was never exposed to one), her tendency to be a bit mouthy and her love of leather shoes and handbags. What lady doesn't like shoes and handbags?

Jasmine is whistle trained to Come and Sit. She also knows Up, Down, Sit and Come. She's apparently a strong swimmer. She likes to run through the sprinklers.

The mellow dogs are her favorites. She can be selective with some dogs. When she came into foster care, she was a bit fearful of the intentions of other dogs. She doesn't like to be cornered by other dogs and is also afraid they will take her food. She will warn them with a growl. She was very "interested" in the dog savvy cats at the vet’s office.

Jasmine has recently had some mammary tumors removed, been spayed and had some bad teeth removed. She’s feeling a lot better now!

She did have one tumor that was questionable and she will need a few x-rays as follow up over the next year. The vet feels that she is good to go and is ready to move to her Forever Home.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Jasmine.

Contact: Coordinator , DeLon & Lindy Garbett delon_lindy@yahoo.com .

Posted: 9/21/16

BAMBI
Murray, UT

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ESRA#:2014-544UT
Status: Available
  
Age:11 years
Gender:Female
Color:Liver & White
Weight:45 lbs
Variety:Field

THINKING ABOUT BRINGING A SENIOR SPRINGER INTO YOUR FAMILY? Read why rescuing Senior Springers is a top priority for ESRA.
Bambi is an amazing Springer mix. She is a cancer survivor and loving life. Bambi has been through a great deal of chemotherapy on her hind leg. She dealt with all her treatments with grace and a sense of humor. However, cancer kept rearing its ugly head. Bambi's team of oncologists all agreed that the removal of her leg was her best option to be cancer free. With three legs, Bambi is in full remission and there is only a ten percent chance her cancer will ever come back.

When Bambi arrived home from her surgery, she picked up where she had left off, running around the back yard and making sure her foster mom is happy.

Bambi continues to be a spunky, affectionate little girl. Three legs will not slow her down a bit.

Bambi is house trained and knows how to use the dog door. She is good in the house and requires fluffy beds to lie upon. However, her favorite place is snuggling with her people.

Bambi knows a lot of tricks. She knows Watch Me, Sit, Shake, Down, Fetch (which sometimes includes Return) and Roll Over. She has graduated from obedience school. Bambi is smart and would like to learn more.

Bambi rides well in the car and walks great on a leash. Walks as a tripod are very important, as Bambi loves to be social.

Bambi deserves to find her Forever Home. Is Bambi the special girl you’ve been searching for?

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Bambi.

Contact: Coordinator , DeLon & Lindy Garbett delon_lindy@yahoo.com .

Posted: 9/12/14

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EDDIE
Port Orchard, WA

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ESRA#:2016-576WA
Status: Available
  
Age:7 years
Gender:Male
Color:Liver & White
Weight:60 lbs
Variety:Mix
Eddie is a seven-year-old liver-and-white Springer with some Lab thrown in. He represents the best of both breeds.  This boy is smart, sweet and very affectionate.

Eddie came to ESRA as an owner relinquishment due to his severe allergies.  His family tried to get Eddie the treatment he needed but turned to ESRA for help.  ESRA has provided this sweet boy with care by a veterinary dermatologist to help determine what he is allergic to and how to get him healthy.  Since entering ESRA's care, Eddie has greatly improved, but it is likely that he will continue to require specialized care for the rest of his life.

Eddie has found his way to settle in with his foster family, which includes two ESRA Springers. He fits in beautifully.  He loves to play with his foster siblings and they are mostly patient with him when he wants all the toys for his own.  Eddie is house trained, neutered and up to date on preventative vaccinations.  

Eddie knows basic commands and truly wants to please.  He responds immediately to any correction. Eddie is a cuddle bug and happy to snuggle on your lap.  He could easily live with another dog who is not dominant or as an only dog, so long as he could spend a lot of time with his humans.  Eddie used to live with children and is very good with children of any age.  It is unknown how he would do with cats.

Eddie's biggest wish is to be loved and to get a lot of attention from his human family.  His allergy health needs will continue to be a part of his life.  Most likely he will need medication and special food to keep his allergy treatment stable.  These exact medical needs are still under evaluation as we continue to make small adjustments to his treatment.  

Eddie's foster family describes him as perfect.  They have worked very hard to help this sweet boy overcome his allergies.  If they didn't already have two resident Springers, he would be a part of their permanent family.  Instead, they look forward to working to help Eddie find a Forever Home that will be as committed to him as they are.

If you would like to meet sweet Eddie please fill out an adoption application today.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Eddie.

Contact: Barb Doolin livernwhite@comcast.net .

Posted: 3/21/17

MAGGIE
Seattle, WA

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ESRA#:2014-10CO
Status: Available
  
Age:6 years
Gender:Female
Color:Liver & White
Weight:45 lbs
Variety:Bench
Magnolia True "Maggie" is a six-year-old liver-and-white female looking for a new Forever Home where she can be the only dog.   Currently Maggie is living with other dogs and cats and is not happy. Her family has turned to ESRA for help to find Maggie the perfect Forever Home where she can be the only dog.

Maggie's favorite things are being with her people both inside and out, walks, hikes, sniffing, swimming, learning new tricks, cuddling and -- did we mention sniffing?

Maggie is used to being allowed on the furniture (including beds) and wants to continue to do this in her new home.  At night Maggie prefers to sleep in her crate beside her humans’ bed.   Maggie doesn't like to be left alone, so a retired family or someone that works from home will be high on her wish list.

Maggie does not like other dogs or cats.  Her current family has worked very hard to help her get over this, but she has not changed. Therefore, being the only dog is a must for her.  Maggie has no experience with small children, so we don't know if she would like them; teenagers would be fine, though.  

In her new home, Maggie will need a fenced yard but one with no dogs living on the other side in the neighbors’ yards.  She is an active girl who may do best in a rural area.   Maggie is loving, playful, obedient and gentle with her family.  She loves to play and knows many commands such as Sit, Down, Stay and Come. She also does advanced commands such as high-fives and roll over.

Maggie is house and crate trained, up to date on preventative vaccinations and microchipped.  Like many Springers, she gets the occasional ear infection and she takes a daily pill for urinary leakage.  Maggie is good with the groomer.

Currently Maggie lives in a rural area and is used to a daily walk or run.  She loves to swim and is very happy when she gets to play in the water.  Maggie rides well in a car.

If you would like to meet Maggie, please fill out an adoption application today.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Maggie.

Contact: Barb Doolin livernwhite@comcast.net .

Posted: 3/13/17

MAX
Seattle, WA

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ESRA#:2015-141WA
Status: Available
  
Age:10 years
Gender:Male
Color:Liver & White
Weight:40 lbs
Variety:Field

Thinking about bringing Max or another wonderful Senior Springer into your family? Read why rescuing Senior Springers is a top priority for ESRA.
Max is a super-sweet liver-and-white boy who is about ten years old.  He is a smaller Springer, weighing in at forty pounds. He has a full tail.  Max originally came to ESRA in 2015, but sadly his adopter passed away so he is back in foster care with us.

Max is very loving and snuggly.  He needs a little help to crawl up on the couch or bed, but will happily cuddle with you once he is there.  Max is house trained but likes to make frequent trips outside to a fenced yard.  He will ask to come back in the house once he has done his business and checked out the yard.

Max gets along well with other dogs and with children.  He has not been tested with cats.   Max has been fully vetted and just had a dental cleaning.  He is microchipped.  Max was the only dog in his prior home but has adjusted quite well to his foster home’s resident dogs. We believe he could easily adjust to being an only dog again or be quite happy sharing a home with other dogs.

Max's foster dad states that he is a lovely Velcro boy that is eager and attentive and it will be hard to see him go to his Forever Home.

If you would like to meet sweet Max, please fill out an adoption application today.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Max.

Contact: Barb Doolin livernwhite@comcast.net .

Posted: 1/31/17

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BUDDY
Casper, WY

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Buddy (R) and Bella (L).

 BUDDYBELLA
ESRA#:2015-211WY2015-210WY
Status: AvailableAvailable
   
Age:10 years12 years
Gender:MaleFemale
Color:Black & WhiteLiver & White
Weight:55 lbs45
Variety:BenchField

THINKING ABOUT BRINGING A SENIOR SPRINGER INTO YOUR FAMILY? Read why rescuing Senior Springers is a top priority for ESRA.
Buddy is an English Springer who is full of life and has a lot of puppy still in him. He needs to have a space to run. As much as he likes to run and play, he is a loving dog and likes to be close. One of his favorite things is to sit beside someone on the couch or in a recliner to nap and snuggle. At a little over fifty-five pounds, he still thinks he is a lap dog and his feelings can get hurt easily.

Buddy is house and crate trained. He is good with children six years old and older. Buddy loves car rides. Buddy is a well-behaved Springer for the groomer too. He sleeps in his crate at night.

Bella is a sweet Brittany Spaniel who was rescued from a puppy mill about six years ago. She is quiet and shy and needs gentle care. She will follow Buddy anywhere – because if Buddy likes it, it must be okay. Bella loves to go for walks and chase birds. A few times she will bring you a dead bird as a present. Buddy and Bella have a daily sibling ‘fun’ fight. Where they wrestle each other and run and then wrestle and run some more, it is quite adorable and completely harmless.

Bella, like Buddy, is house and crate trained. She too enjoys children and loves car rides. Bella sleeps in her crate at night.

Buddy and Bella are seeking a Forever Home that adores affection, long walks, cuddle time and treats. This pair is the perfect duo to enjoy with your family and friends.

Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Buddy.

Contact: Coordinator , Nadine Van Alstine nadine.esra@yahoo.com .

Posted: 4/15/15

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