Bogey -

These are a pictures of Bogey (black cocker) and Callie (aka Sophie when adopted) who came about 5 years ago.  Bogey left me on Wednesday, and Callie and I sorely miss him.  I was scared to have a boy dog but I have never had such a sweet, loving, friendly little pup, all he ever wanted was to be hugged and patted.

Cody -

Cody the Cocker, aka Buster Brown, died on February 9th after a short illness. He was 14 years old and is sorely missed by Nancy, his nanny Barbara, and his best friends Marilyn and Linda. He accompanied Nancy everywhere from the day she adopted him from CSRNE. He lived a pampered lifestyle, had his own nanny, and enjoyed nursery tea every afternoon.

Cookie -

We drove to New Hampshire in the worst ice storm to pick up our beloved Cookie in 2007. We had a a devil of a time getting out of the car. We met with the foster parents and Cookie and immediately fell in love.

Duke -

We received the sad news that Duke has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. This is from Duke's devoted family: "In March 2007 we drove up to Connecticut to pick up Duke. On the car ride home he bonded to us immediately; he felt like one of the family. He was so happy at his new home.  He was about 8 years old when we adopted him. Duke started to have bad arthritis and was losing muscle in his back legs which caused him to lose his ability to walk and he was in a lot pain.

Duke passed away on May 9, 2016. He is in a better place and will be missed a lot. We wanted to thank you for bringing him into our lives and will always remember the times we shared with him.


Mary, Beth, and Fred"

Gideon -

We lost our beloved Gideon on June 11, 2010. There is a tremendous hole in my heart and an emptiness that can never be filled. Gideon gave us 15 wonderful years. He loved everyone he met. How impatient he was every night to go his after dinner treat at Tom's. And how he loved his food - even being very stealthy when he would steal whatever was in reach. Gideon was the BEST. My dearest boy, I miss you so very much.

Holly - Female

On Labor Day, 1998, CSRNE volunteer Linda S. drove into my yard. All  I could see of the small passenger in the back seat was a beautiful black and white head--held high. She looked like royalty--but was  terrified.