Charlie in Gardena, CA

Are you looking for a sweet, gentle, and easy-going Cavalier? Well, look no further--Charlie is your boy! This adorable 18-lb, Blenheim love-bug was found at a local shelter and rescued by one of our volunteers. While we don’t know anything about his early life, we do know that want his later years to be his best yet. Charlie is truly a good boy and a delightful companion. Nothing makes him happier than being with his…

Charlie in St. Charles, MO

Looking for a great companion dog that loves to play? Or maybe you’re looking for one that would love to cuddle up and nap with you? Can’t decide? With this little guy you don’t have to! He’s the best of both worlds – He’s very playful and a great love bug! This sweet, young loving fellow is Charlie. He is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and is somewhere between two and five years old. Due…

ShareCare

Veterinary support for the mile ahead We want to help those rescue angels who adopt senior or special needs Cavaliers from us by sharing in the cost of care for the year post adoption, the mile ahead. We hope this will encourage more adoptions of these deserving companions. Here are the program details: • Cavaliers age 10 and over + dogs listed as special needs are included. • Cavalier Rescue USA will equally share the…

Charlie in Lawrenceville, NJ

Meet Charlie, a sweet and devoted senior Cavalier boy, 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…

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 they are ultimately placed in a permanent, adoptive home. Most rescues rely solely on a network of dedicated, volunteer…

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