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Mission Statement

Dedicated to the prevention of cruelty to animals through the rescue, rehabilitation, and placement by adoption of homelss and/or abandoned cocker spaniels in new adoptive homes.


Oldies But Goodies Cocker Rescue, Inc. is a nonprofit, all volunteer animal rescue organization located in northern Virginia, just outside Washington, D.C. We serve the mid-Atlantic region by providing safe placement and adoption of all homeless and/or abandoned cocker spaniels to good homes. We raise public awareness through informational and educational activities on the proper care of the cocker spaniel, and the need for the public to consider more seriously an adult homeless dog instead of generating demand for more puppies, due to the present overpopulation of dogs and cats in the United States.

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Would you recommend Oldies But Goodies Cocker Rescue, Inc.?

by Christine S. from Fairfax, VA (May 25, 2009)
OBG is a terrific organization! Everyone from the president to board members to show managers to fellow volunteers are friendly and welcoming. It is an enormous group spanning all of Northern VA, Southern MD, D.C. and even some places beyond. They always need foster homes or an extra set of hands to perform home checks or better yet, hold a dog at a show! While I don't volunteer with them anymore, this is the one rescue I was truly sorry to have left when I moved away from the area. I have returned to the area recently, but am actively involved in a different rescue for now. However, I still highly, highly recommended OBG...they are fantastic!