Izzy's puppies....came here June 22, at one day of age. The 3 boys and 5 girls will be up for adoption (with references and HOME CHECK) once weaned and spay/neutered. Contact us if you are interested! Let's talk.

Our Mini - Living with Breast Cancer

CCR takes in as many of the most unadoptable dogs on the state's euthanasia lists as we can provide appropriate

care for.

We medicate twice a day, taking over 2 hours to do this! 

We also provide prescription diets for a growing number of our dogs. 

CCR is home to 2 three-legged dogs, another missing her foot due to cruelty and abuse, four blind dogs and another partially sighted only in one eye. We care for four totally toothless seniors including two with broken jaws. Several others missing the majority of their teeth.

Currently we have two dogs with Valley Fever, the debilitating and expensive to treat fungal infection who may be in medication for their lifetimes.

Only with YOUR help can we provide for these Special Needs animals.

​Your donation in any amount helps THEM.




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Cochise Canine Rescue Specializes in Saving Senior, Handicapped and "Special Needs" animals from euthanasia  throughout Arizona.

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A Few of the Dogs and other Critters Currently at CCR

We THANK Rescue Bank, thru Tucson Affiliate "Cody's Friends," for providing us with dog and cat food!

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Mini arrived at CCR on June 22 2018...and was given days or weeks to live. Ten and a half months later, we are sad to say, Mini passed away on April 30th when the cancer metastisized to her lungs.

We will always miss you sweet girl... 

Moving with your dogs? Here is a wonderful article by Cindy aldridge with tips to make your move easier!

Ira arrived at PACC (the Tucson pound) with huge wounds and a badly broken leg. He had been attacked by a couple of large dogs.

After spending ten days in PACC's ICU, CCR brought Ira into our program. By mid June his leg and wounds were healed and the cast came off...but now Ira has developed skin issues. He is a wonderful little boy....

Ira will be going to see a Veterinary Dermatologist in Tucson this week. 

​​Please help us help Ira with your Donation!

It is that time of year again.....

Tiny Sprout Arrives

July 7th 2019

Cochise Canine Rescue is a 100% Volunteer run organization. EVERY PENNY donated goes directly to the CARE of the ANIMALS!

Cochise Canine Rescue has a NEW coffee mug!

Your purchase of a mug or tote or T-shirt supports CCR's dogs!


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Sprout came to Cochise Canine Rescue yesterday, July 7th. She is 4 months old and a mere 4 pounds. She nearly lost her life...and has a way to go to heal and be out of danger! 


​ADOPTING A CCR DOG

If we have a dog you are interested in, please fill out the application - click below - and call 520-212-1718. We will check your supplied references and arrange for a home visit. Remember: We only adopt in Arizona!

Ira Arrives at CCR on May first 2019

"A Year and a Half ​With Bina"

2017 update

Cochise Canine Rescue is working with the manufacturers of Kurunda Beds to get vastly discounted beds for the Dogs and Kitties here at CCR. Please got to our page at Kurunda by using the button below.

​The animals here will really appreciate your help getting a new, wonderful bed!


COCHISE CANINE RESCUE

PO Box 87 ~ Pomerene AZ  85627 ~ phone: 520-212-1718

Please: Consider making a small monthly donation to CCR...the Animals appreciate your support!

Every year close to 6 million cats and dogs enter the doors of "shelters" and municipal pounds in this country.

Many people do not realize that 40-60% of these animals will never leave alive....


PLEASE: DO NOT BUY WHILE ANIMALS DIE!

Support your local rescues.

Help us save lives by adopting your new best friend.


An artist named Mark Barone created an incredible art project of 5500 portraits of dogs representing the number of dogs killed in ONE DAY in the US. To view the video called AN ACT OF DOG please click below. It is AMAZING and worthwhile... 


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