Kelly in Aiken, SC

Hi, I'm Kelly. My tail never stops wagging. I'm a six year old boy and weigh only 13 pounds. My foster mom says I have had a bumpy life. Mom thinks I was yelled at because I get nervous if anyone yells around me. I am learning that loud voices don't mean I am in trouble. I was rescued from a shelter where I could have been killed after my previous owner left me there.…

Give to Rescue, Win an Escape!

This holiday season, your donation of $25 or more to Cavalier Rescue USA supports our mission to spread ‘Cavacheer’ – PLUS earns you a ticket to possibly win a luxurious beach getaway in sunny California! Celebrate the season of thanks and giving by helping to save a life. Now through midnight PST on December 7, there’s even more incentive to choose charity over tchotchkes – for every $25 donation, you’ll receive a chance to win…

Beezie in Camby, IN

Beezie is a lovely Ruby Cavalier who came into rescue because her owner was pregnant and found caring for a dog was too much. Beezie is an 8 year old, 19 lb bundle of energy! She is a happy and playful girl. Beezie is a tall girl, with a gorgeous red coat, and beautiful soulful eyes. When I brought Beezie home, she rode quietly in the car, looking around occasionally. Upon arriving at her new…

Darby in Kent, WA

Hello everyone, my name is Darby. I'm a handsome Tri-Colored Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with gorgeous chocolate brown eyes. I enjoy short walks, long naps after breakfast, and following my foster mom while she tends her garden. I like being outside with people sitting in the sun. I like my foster siblings, a Shetland Sheepdog name Piper, and a cat named Colby. Colby doesn't seem to like me much, but I'm slowly winning him over…

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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