Puppy Mill Pups

Many of you have read about the recent auction of dogs. Our hearts would have broken if we weren't able to get all to safety. Thankfully, through a cooperative effort amongst various groups, all the dogs were rescued. There were over 100 dogs, most of them Cavaliers. Cavalier Rescue USA has just taken in 46 of these dogs. Here is why we got involved... Their heartless breeder was attempting to sell all these innocent dogs…

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 North Bend, 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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