Donations Requested! Copper in Sun City, AZ

Meet Copper, our newest foster in Arizona. He is also our elder statesman, at 14 years old. Copper came into rescue when his owners moved and weren’t able to take him with them. Copper is a gentle soul and very loving. He is housebroken. He has been debarked and is hearing impaired. Copper has some pretty significant dental problems that are being complicated by heart disease. We are currently waiting for his cardiology appointment. At…

Donations Requested! Maci in NC

Maci is a beautiful 4-year-old that came into rescue a couple of weeks ago after her owners surrendered her because they didn’t have the time to devote to her. Maci is silly, sassy, and oh-so-sweet! She's easy going and a total love bug. We knew she had a history of seizures, so we took her in for a check-up as soon as possible. We discovered that she had a bacterial infection, possibly from a tick…

Charley in San Diego, CA

Charley is a sweet and loving boy. He is 11 years old, but acts much younger. Due to severe dental disease, Charley has no teeth. Once again, that does not stop him from enjoying his kibble softened with a little water. Charley likes to be near his humans, but not on top on them. He likes to lie on the couch or a nice soft bed on the floor. He will get on one's lap…

Vacation Time!

Don't let your Summer vacation get in the way of adopting a wonderful Cavalier in need of a good home! Adoptions typically slow down in the Summer due to families wanting to wait to welcome a new dog until their vacations are completed. No need to let vacation plans get in the way of adopting though! If you adopt from us this Summer and need a place for your pup to stay while you're on…

Bailey's Cruising Adventure

Bone Voyage! Foster Boy Bailey is cruising from Florida northward to Connecticut to discover his forever home. Day One: It was my first day on the water and I didn’t get seasick! My foster mom says I’m going to be a great boat dog. Who would have known? I’m loving the motion and the sea air. I got to stick my head over the side and feel the wind in my ears. Most of the…

Deafness in Cavaliers

HEAR, HEAR… WHY ARE DOGS DEAF? By Shelley Greggs What causes a dog to lose it’s hearing? It turns out that many of the same things that cause hearing loss in humans cause hearing loss in dogs. Genetic defects, congenital deafness (born deaf), ear infections, injury to the ear, exposure to loud noises or certain drugs may be at fault. Some dogs experience gradual hearing loss due to old age. Information from a large scale…

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