Sadly, little Princess, who also had been going blind for the past year, also needed enucleation. She began developing glaucoma, which is a very painful swelling of the eyes which ultimately leads to total blindness.

We are delighted to say that both girls are now doing very well.

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

Currently we medicate 18+ animals twice a day, taking over 2 hours every morning and another hour at nightto 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 a few with broken or missing jaws. Others are missing the majority of their teeth.

Spring 2021, we have FOUR dogs with Valley Fever, the debilitating and expensive  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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Facing Covid 19

The Covid 19 virus is a primary issue facing all of us these days. This new, dangerous respiratory disease is spreading throughout the country and we all wonder what we need to do...

What we  are doing at CCR:
We are following the CDC's advice of having certain supplies on hand: food, cleaning supplies and medications for us. But Cochise Canine Rescue has updated and stocked up on all the food and treats for the animals as well as having an additional month or more worth of medications. 

Over the past year we have spent thousands of dollars insuring all the animals will have what they need. 

Given the spread, we are in semi-quarantine to insure we will not bring the virus in and can continue to provide the animals with the care they require. 

Further, CCR will NOT have our annual musical fundraiser until the country is healthy once again.

Shop thru Giving Assistant (button below) and a percentage of your purchase will go directly to CCR - at NO cost to you! 

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Meet Fischie and Matui

We received a call in March 2020 from family members when the owner of 5 dogs suddenly died in a traffic accident. We were able to help get three pure-bred dogs placed in breed specific rescues (thanks to PACC911 and other Friends) but two elderly mixed breed girls were not accepted by any of the rescues...So we took them.

Matui (left) now called Mattie, had an ongoing ear infection which took weeks and multiple medications but has been treated. However the 9 year old was not allowing other dogs near her initially. It took a year, but she has integrated into our pack...

Sadly Fischie, the 13 year old (right) began having seizures and was found to have Insulinoma, a deadly form of pancreatic cancer. Even with hospitalization, Fischie passed in early January 2021. We miss her greatly....

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

Thank you for visiting our Site.

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

a 2019 Top-Rated Non-profit!!!!

Inoculations are available!

A Few of CCR's Dogs and Other Critters

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

​We could not care for this many animals without them.

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Two of our senior Chihuahuas, Bark Bark and Princess, had to have eye enucleation (removal) in January and February 2021.

Above is Bark Bark. She has been with us for 6 years. She arrived blind and toothless. In order to keep her from getting Glaucoma, she was seen regualrly by Eye Care for Animals in Tucson and had several types of eye medications which ad to be put in her eyes daily to every-other-day. But this past winter, one of her eyes began to have a bloodly discharge seeping from it. As a result, she needed enucleation.

Barkie ended up requiring two surgeries when one of the eye sockets did not heal properly. But she has healed well now and is doing great.

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

Cochise Canine Rescue is a

100% Volunteer run organization. EVERY PENNY donated goes directly to the CARE of the ANIMALS!

Your purchase of a Cochise Canine mug, tote or T-shirt shows YOUR support of CCR's animals!

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Unfortunately donations are down as people focus on an uncertain future.

But we continue to need your help to provide the needy animals in residence with their all important care!!

"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!


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....


Support your local rescues.

Help us save lives by adopting your new best friend.

Please click on button below to read the true statistics of euthanasia in the US

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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