Cochise Canine Rescue is located in Southern Arizona. We adopt throughout the state of AZ.

Special Needs


Bear Bear


Bear Bear - female Chihuahua age 5.5 -

hearing impaired, terrible teeth, occasional seizures        






Missy - female Chihuahua X Pomeranian age 3 yo Valley Fever, Fluconazole and allergy medications

Ethan - male Chihuahua age 10+- cataracts and ACL, collapsed trachea - Glucosamine, theophylline, seasonal allergy meds

Bobby - male Chihuahua X Min Pin age 5-6- SEVERE skin allergies, special poultry and grain free diet, cannot wear collars or harnesses - allergy med, theophylline

Bodhi - male White Shepherd - age 8 - mental deficit from high fevers as pup

Opal - female lab X pit age 5 - semi-feral Navaho dog, fearful, hides - MUST STAY WITH SON Jasper

Jasper - male lab X (Opal's son) age 3 - hip dysplaysia starting from medications to save his life as a pup - Glucosamine and allergy med

Franny - female Pitbull Terrier age 3 - hearing impaired (Sponsor: F. Smiderly)

Princess - female Chihuahua age 8- no teeth, seasonal allergy meds

Yazzi - female Golden Retriever X Aussie ? age 3 to 5 - blind and tremors (caused by early Distemper) - potential seizure disorder

Little Red Fox - Elderly chihuahua mix, no teeth, blind due  to inoperable cataracts. Daily eye drops and follow-up medical care to prevent glaucoma.

Henry the Second - young "lethal white" ie double Merle Cattle dog. Blind. Eye drops daily for comfort.

Hospice Care

Billy - male Chihuahua age 12+ bone cancer-

Previcox 1 X day, theophylline, seasonal allergy meds

Won't you consider Sponsoring a Special Needs or Hospice Care Dog?

Call 520-212-1718 to arrange for Sponsorship of one of these WONDERFUL dogs!

Can't Sponsor? We understand....

PLEASE just make a small donation to the care of Cochise Canine's Dogs TODAY!


CCR has a number of Special Needs animals, animals requiring ongoing, often lifelong, medications and/or specialized diets. NOTE: A few of these less disabled are adoptable and are  on our Adoptable Dogs page.

A number of CCR dogs are in Hospice Care; very elderly animals or animals with terminal diseases. These Hospice Animals are generally on multiple medications for pain and or to make their conditions comfortable.