Hello, I’m Meg.  My momma and daddy sometimes call me Meggie, but I like being called by either name.  I recently celebrated my 1-year anniversary with my family.  See, I was once a rescue dog.  I was found wandering the streets of Dallas just over a year ago.  No one really knows what happened to me prior to being rescued, buy my momma told me that the look on my face said that I was a very lonely and sad-looking girl.  I was less than 2 years old when I came to the shelter.  DFW Cocker Spaniel Rescue sprung me from the shelter and brought me into their program.  They found me a foster home, and had me looked over by their vet.  Turns out that my foster home is the home I’m in now.  My mom and dad are what’s known as “foster failures” – that’s when someone takes a dog, like me, into their home, while getting him/her ready for his/her forever home, then decide they have fallen in love – like what happened to me, because they love me and I sure do love them.  I have a big family – I have two brothers and a big sister.  We love to play together and I’m a “tom-boy” at heart because I like to get into anything that my brother gets into.

Did you know that there are thousands of dogs in shelters and rescues all over the country?  Half of those dogs never find loving homes and are euthanized.  I know that’s a bad thing, and I was one of the lucky ones.  DFW Cocker Spaniel Rescue has many beautiful Cocker Spaniels, of all ages and even if a Cocker Spaniel isn’t for you, if you are considering adoption, whatever kind of dog you adopt, they will love you forever.  If you’re not ready to make a life-long commitment just yet, consider fostering or even donating.  Your donations help other dogs in need.

So, from our family to yours – Happy Holidays!!

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