Caiden in Indianapolis, IN

Meet gentle Caiden. He came into rescue as a breeder release. He is a very shy Cavalier boy. He weighs about 18 lbs. He is a little reluctant to walk on a leash but when he is in the mood he will walk on a leash. He appears to be deaf. So far he has not responded to noise at all. He does have a Grade 3 heart murmur. He is making progress coming out…

Charlie in Lawrenceville, NJ

Meet Charlie, a sweet and devoted senior pup, who was recently surrendered by his owner. Charlie is a 12-year-old Tricolor Cavalier who has adjusted well to his foster home. He enjoys the company of his foster sibling, and is comfortable with all the new people he has met while in rescue. He loves cuddling with the younger children at bedtime and is happy to share his dog bed. He is not cat-tested. Despite being 12,…

Bailey and Harry in Virginia Beach, VA

As brother and sister, Bailey and Harry are inseparable and so sweet together. You will not see one without the other, and they look for each other if separated. They are both very loving and sweet. They both have very gentle, mild temperaments and are completely housetrained. Bailey and Harry ride in cars in one large crate and walk very well on a leash with a harness. They love to go to the dog park…

Roswell in Clovis, NM

Gentle soul looking for love in New Mexico! Roswell is looking for that special someone with a very big heart who is willing to give a loving dog some very happy years after a tough start in life. Roswell came to Cavalier Rescue USA from a puppy mill where he was used for breeding and suffered mistreatment. When he first arrived, he was wearing two flea collars which had to be cut off because his…

Why Foster a Cavalier?

Article Written By Nomi Berger “Fostering a dog is not a lifetime commitment, it is a commitment to saving a life.” This is the watchword of rescue groups everywhere. To foster a dog is, quite simply, to save that dog’s life. A foster home provides that same dog with a safe, temporary place of refuge until he is ultimately placed in a permanent, adoptive home. Most rescues rely solely on a network of dedicated, volunteer…

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