Daisy in Wakeman, OH

Here is Daisy with her new dad…

Hi Everyone. My name is Daisy. I am a petite, 6 year old Blenheim Cavalier King Charles Spaniel born 8/20/2016. I weigh in at a whopping 13.6 lbs. I came to Cavalier Rescue USA when my owner retired me from breeding.

In my foster home I have learned many new things. It was scary at first with everything being so new and different but I am doing very well now. Foster Mom says I am a quick learner and I now have confidence.

I like sleeping inside a crate. I snooze on the couch with my two Cavalier foster brothers during the day. I like to take a nap on your lap at times. I will also sleep right beside you as you read or watch television. At night I sleep in my bed all by myself. I know that I am safe and secure now. I do not bark very much and I am not sure what to do with toys. Sometimes I will chew on a bone.

I like going for rides in the car. We often end up at a bike path and then we take a nice walk. Foster Mom has me wearing a harness. I do better walking with the harness on as I can sometimes slip out of my collar if I get scared. I am a bit shy around new people. Everyone I have met has been very nice to me.

A not so favorite place is the Vet. I get scared when I go there. Guess what though; they gave me two bravery awards! The first time I was awarded one was when I was spayed. I received my second one when I went back for a dental. They had to extract quite a few of my teeth. I am all healed up from those visits now. Foster Mom feeds me Acana Small Breed Recipe. This is a small bite kibble that I can eat dry or softened with a bit of water. I also eat the canned food as well.

Foster Mom here now. Daisy is now house trained. She will do all of her potty business outside. However, she does not know how to ask to go outside to potty. Daisy will do well if someone is home most of the time with her to assure that she is taken out for potty breaks. She can be left home alone with no problems.

Daisy needs a securely fenced in yard. With Daisy being a petite Cavalier other dogs and animals can be a threat to her. Daisy also likes to take her time doing her potty business.

Daisy is a shy, petite, sweet, calm Cavalier. It takes her awhile to trust people. When she knows she can trust you she is devoted to you! She loves to snuggle close to you on the couch or chair. If you manage to get out of her sight she will come looking for you.

If interested please complete the online application if you haven ‘t already and email Sherry Morgan at morgans817@sbcgobal.net so she knows your interest.

Online Application  

Derek in Austin, TX

Here is the pup with his new mom…

Are you ready for puppy love? Meet Derek, a tricolor boy, who was born on November 7, 2022. He was generously released to CR-USA by his owner, allowing us to find him a loving forever home from our extensive pool of applicants.

Derek is the most independent of his litter.  He is an energetic, outgoing nearly three-month-old who loves to play—running and jumping after and with his Cavalier foster litter mates. He and his litter mates chase his foster brother all around the yard. In total puppy fashion, he loves to explore new areas and is very curious. Because he is a puppy, he needs more supervision because of his curiosity. Derek is like a wind-up toy: playing extra hard and enjoying his chew toys, then collapsing in to nap time snuggled up with his fur sisters.

He is a quick learner and uses a doggy door to go in and out of the house, under the close supervision of his foster mom. He is in the process of being potty trained and needs to be taken out pretty frequently during the day. He sleeps in a crate with his siblings, and they have slept through the night without needing to go out. However, the pups have asked to go out for potty during the night as well.

Derek’s perfect home would be a place with someone home frequently to continue his potty and behavior training; he would be fine as an only dog or with a more submissive fur friend. His forever home should be puppy proofed as he will find anything on the floor or hanging low and chew or ingest, if given the opportunity. He needs a securely-fenced yard. His forever family needs to be prepared for puppy antics (bring your patience!) and should be committed to careful supervision and continued training for basic commands and potty skills. An enclosed puppy playpen area should be used when he can’t be directly supervised; a similar area can be used outside for his safety and monitoring potty skills.

He uses a crate to be fed. The door is then closed to keep his litter mates from stealing his food. He loves comfy pup beds, blankets and toys. He vocalized his displeasure during bath time!

Derek has had the first two rounds of puppy vaccines. His forever family will be responsible for the third round of puppy vaccines and rabies vaccine. In addition, his forever family will be required to have him neutered and microchipped by nine months of age.

Derek is fostered in Austin, TX. If you are interested in providing Derek a forever home, please complete the online application, if you haven’t already done so, and then contact Janice Cartwright at janicecartwright33@gmail.com so she knows of your interest. Families who live within a few hours’ drive of Austin will be considered.  Please also take a moment to read about our adoption process by clicking the following link: Process.

Online Application

Charlotte in Austin, TX

Are you ready for puppy love? Meet Charlotte, a black and tan puppy, who was born on November 7, 2022. She was generously released to CR-USA by her owner, allowing us to find her a loving forever home from our extensive pool of applicants.

Charlotte was the smallest pup in her litter, but that hasn’t slowed her down. She is an energetic, outgoing nearly three-month-old who loves to play—running and jumping after and with her Cavalier foster litter mates. She and her litter mates chase her foster brother all around the yard. In total puppy fashion, she loves to explore new areas and is very curious. Because she is a puppy, she needs more supervision because of her curiosity. Charlotte is like a wind-up toy: playing extra hard and enjoying her chew toys, then collapsing in to nap time snuggled up with her fur brother and sister.

She is a quick learner and uses a doggy door to go in and out of the house, under the close supervision of her foster mom. She is in the process of being potty trained and needs to be taken out pretty frequently during the day. She sleeps in a crate with her siblings, and they have slept through the night without needing to go out. However, the pups usually ask to go out for potty during the night as well.

Charlotte’s perfect home would be a place with someone home frequently to continue her potty and behavior training and who has another friendly dog to play with and to teach her the ropes of her new home. Her forever home should be puppy proofed as she will find anything on the floor or hanging low and chew or ingest, if given the opportunity. She needs a securely-fenced yard. Her forever family needs to be prepared for puppy antics (bring your patience!) and should be committed to careful supervision and continued training for basic commands and potty skills. An enclosed puppy playpen area should be used when she can’t be directly supervised; a similar area can be used outside for her safety and monitoring potty skills.

She uses a crate to be fed. The door is then closed to keep her litter mates from stealing her food. She is less interested in food than her litter mates; she may need some coaxing. She loves comfy pup beds, blankets and toys. She was a very cooperative pup during bath time.

Charlotte has had the first two rounds of puppy vaccines. Her forever family will be responsible for the third round of puppy vaccines and rabies vaccine. In addition, her forever family will be required to have her spayed and microchipped by nine months of age.

Charlotte is fostered in Austin, TX. If you are interested in providing Charlotte a forever home, please complete the online application, if you haven’t already done so, and then contact Janice Cartwright at janicecartwright33@gmail.com so she knows of your interest. Families who live within a few hours’ drive of Austin will be considered.  Please also take a moment to read about our adoption process by clicking the following link: Process

Online Application

Jax in Austin, TX

Here is Jax with some of his new family members…

Are you ready for puppy love? Meet Jax, a Ruby, who was born on November 7, 2022. He was generously released to CR-USA by his owner, allowing us to find him a loving forever home from our extensive pool of applicants.

Jax is an active pup. He is very energetic. He is an outgoing nearly three-month-old who loves to play, running and jumping after and with his Cavalier foster litter mates. He and his litter mates chase his foster brother all around the yard. In total puppy fashion, he loves to explore new areas and is very curious. Because he is a puppy, he needs more supervision because of his curiosity. Jax is like a wind-up toy: playing extra hard and enjoying his chew toys, then collapsing in to nap time snuggled up with his fur sisters.

He is a quick learner and uses a doggy door to go in and out of the house, under the close supervision of his foster mom. He is in the process of being potty trained and needs to be taken out pretty frequently during the day. He sleeps in a crate with his siblings, and they have slept through the night without needing to go out. However, the pups have asked to go out for potty during the night as well.

Jax’s perfect home would be a place with someone home frequently to continue his potty and behavior training and ready to play with him. He would be fine as an only dog. His forever home should be puppy proofed as he will find anything on the floor or hanging low and chew or ingest, if given the opportunity. He needs a securely-fenced yard. His forever family needs to be prepared for puppy antics (bring your patience!) and should be committed to careful supervision and continued training for basic commands and potty skills. An enclosed puppy playpen area should be used when he can’t be directly supervised; a similar area can be used outside for his safety and monitoring potty skills.

He uses a crate to be fed. The door is then closed to keep his litter mates from stealing his food. He loves comfy pup beds, blankets and toys. He was squirmy during bath time!

Jax has had the first two rounds of puppy vaccines. His forever family will be responsible for the third round of puppy vaccines and rabies vaccine. In addition, his forever family will be required to have him neutered and microchipped by nine months of age. His neuter may require a bit more work if both testicles haven’t dropped by the time of this procedure.

Jax is fostered in Austin, TX. If you are interested in providing Jax a forever home, please complete the online application, if you haven’t already done so, and then contact Janice Cartwright at janicecartwright33@gmail.com so she knows of your interest. Families who live within a few hours’ drive of Austin will be considered.  Please also take a moment to read about our adoption process by clicking the following link: Process

Online Application  

Pickles in Cotati, CA

Here is Pickles with his new mom…

Hi! My name is Pickles! I’m 5 years young, fixed and pretty healthy except for my weight. You know how some people say “you are what you eat”? Well, my last family had kids and they gave me too many baby hot dogs, so now, I literally look like a PICKLE, or a little baby hot dog hahaha!

Unfortunately a family member became ill, so they turned me into rescue so I could find a home that will give me all the attention I deserve! Yep, I do deserve it cause I’m Pawsome!

I need a home who is interested in continuing my low calorie diet and will get me back to a healthy weight. I should be around 22 lbs, and 28.5 isn’t good for me. The issue is, I was so spoiled with those fattening treats and now I don’t really want to eat regular meals. I would probably be very interested though in some Honest Kitchen, Sojos or Vital Rabbit nibs which would encourage me to eat healthy food instead of just snacks. It’ll also help with my weight. I don’t wanna eat right now so I’ve been boycotting kibble but my Foster Mom sits with me and can encourage me to eat, but I’m just stuffed right now. We’ll have to figure that out together and you’ll need to refrain from feeding me garbage so I can get my weight in check!

Foster Mom says my coat is super luxurious and soft, softer than even her own Cavaliers! I really enjoy massages, being bathed, pets, cuddles and attention. I just want to be near you!

I’m very healthy, have a good heart and my teeth are good. When I was a puppy the 1st week they brought me home I jumped off the couch and broke my leg. I walk kinda funny (only sometimes) but it doesn’t stop me from anything. Short walks are best for me because of it and let’s face it, I’m out of shape, so it’s hard! I favor my back leg if the walks are too long, I think it healed a little funny, but other than that, it doesn’t bother me or slow me down.

I have a voice! I Can be vocal (when let out of the crate, seeing people or dogs on walks but I don’t sound aggressive) I just bark! I’m fine with other dogs but I care more about humans. So I’d be great as an only dog, no cats. Even though I am great with kids, and dogs I’m not good with them when there is food, I guard my food, therefore I’ll thrive in an adult household (Grandkids are fine but keep them away from my food please). My Foster mom was told I guard my food with dogs too, but I haven’t done this at her house.

I have separation anxiety, so I’ll be looking for a home where my human is home most of the time and wants to go everywhere with me.

I do have one naughty habit, sometimes I hump my bed Hehe. Just turn away and don’t look, I don’t wanna hurt your eyes ha! I had a few accidents the first few days but otherwise I’ve been great! I am potty trained and reliable.

If you are ready to bring me into your life, give me my forever and you live within a short driving distance to Cotati, CA please send our Northern California Coordinator, Jessica Ford an email to smalldogbath@gmail.com and let her know of your interest.

Online Application  

Charlie in Nashville, TN

Here is Charlie with his new family…

Charlie is a handsome 4-year-old Ruby Cavalier King Charles Spaniel born 10/12/2018. He came into rescue because his family is away a lot; they felt he would do better with someone home more. Charlie does love to keep tabs on his foster parents and follows then around the house in typical Cavalier form! Once he knows you are going to be in a room for a while, he will find a cozy spot to lay and take a little nap until you are onto the next thing. We will be looking for a home with someone home most of the time.

Charlie has been in a home with children and a large dog who he adored. He would do well with both. He really enjoyed playing with his dog-mate and would probably enjoy a playful but respectful dog sibling.

Charlie enjoys long walks on his leash and will stand by the door to go out. He would benefit from a little more help on his leash walking skills so as not to cut in front of you but he is not a puller and overall does great. He stands so nice and still while getting leashed up with just a thump, thump, thump of his tail to let you know he is happy and excited for the next adventure!

He is such a handsome boy with gorgeous, adoring eyes. He has a face which is very expressive and it certainly can melt your heart. He loves to cuddle, get scratches and be loved. Charlie does love to cuddle but also takes breaks to lay on the cool floor. He tends to run a little hot sometimes. Charlie likes to fetch and play with you with his toys. He loves to roll around on his back with his toys between his paws in the air. They really aren’t trying to get away but he likes to pretend they are! He’s so cute!

Charlie is a good little car rider and even took a couple of hour trip with his fosters. He did wonderfully. He will get in the car by himself and waits to get out with guidance.

Charlie has been brought up to date on vaccines, preventatives and was neutered while in rescue. He will need to be supervised initially until he gets used to the smells in his new home so as not to mark. That desire may quell even more in a few weeks post neuter.

If you live within easy driving distance from Nashville, TN and believe you would be a great fit for sweet Charlie, please email Liz Nigh of your interest at lizcavalierusa@gmail.com. Please indicate the city and state you are located. Be sure to complete an online application if you haven’t done so before. Thank you!

Online Application 

error: