Our Brand NEW 2017-18 Mug is available. Click the button below to see all our wonderful available items!

A Virtual Visit to Cochise Canine Rescue

Saving Mini

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 a minimum of 18 dogs a day, plus providing prescription diets for a growing number of our dogs.


Further, CCR has 2 three-legged dogs, another missing her foot due to cruelty and abuse, three blind dogs and another sighted only in one eye. We care for three totally toothless seniors and several others missing the majority of their teeth.


Currently we have three dogs with Valley Fever, the debilitating and expensive to treat fungal infection


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


​Your donation in any amount helps THEM.




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Warning: This goes to a VERY GRAPHIC site. Not for young or sensitive persons.

It is sad when a beloved family member - dog , cat or other non-human animal - passes. It is a difficult loss to bear....


A company called Rooted is offering to plant a FREE seedling tree in a forest in memory of your beloved companion.


You can, if you wish, create a little write up or story about your companion which will be posted on their website along with their photo.


Another service Rooted offers, rather than a simple cremation for your animal, they offer composting as a planet-friendly alternative.


Please check out their site....


We have created write ups on several of our animals which will be on their site soon.


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

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Thank you to all our Friends who Reviewed Cochise Canine Rescue for making us 

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Mini arrived June 22 2018. She is a beautiful 11 year old Chihuahua with breast cancer. She arrived with tumors and a terrible, large, draining and painful open wound caused by one of the tumors rupturing and not getting appropriate care before coming to CCR. She has had her first surgery...

             

             Click to read Mini's story: 

Max, Our Savior of Small Animals

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

ROOTED

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

Max is an amazing dog.

While at Cochise Canine, he has saved numerous small birds and a kangaroo rat.

Read his heartfelt story by clicking the button below!

Cochise Canine Rescue has a NEW coffee mug!

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


Click button below to go to our Shopping page.

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Mini has stage 4 cancer. She is the first dog we have ever put on chemotherapy, but she is not the first animal we have lived with who has had cancer...

​Click below to read about them as well as what we are doing for our little Mini...

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!

Living With Animals Who Have Cancer

"A Year and a Half ​With Bina"

2017 update

Holly - 2007 - 2017

 If you have men who will  exclude any of God's creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity you will have men who will deal likewise with their fellow men.

St. Francis of Assisi


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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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