Rehome a Cavalier
Care of an Older
Care of a Rescue Cavalier
there are many reasons why a Cavalier is placed in rescue. The owner may have
died; or a relationship has broken down; a hasty purchase; owners at work with
the dog left all day; behavioural issues; no time for the dog with family
commitments; etc. Then there is the problem of puppy farms where they just want
to get rid of the older breeding stock.
love people and company; this is what brings out the very best in this
wonderful breed. In an article in Country Life magazine (Nov.2019), the breed
was described as "like a sticking plaster". They settle very well into a new
home, given the love and attention they crave.
example, Woody. He was purchased on impulse by a family whose young boy wanted
a puppy. The child soon became bored with Woody. Then when the parents'
marriage broke and down the wife went back to work, Woody was left by himself
all day, every day, in the porch of the back garden. He had no toys or interest
in life; he amused himself by trying to catch flies. When he was rescued he was
in a poor condition, very depressed and full of fleas. After a few weeks in a
foster home, where he fully recovered and discovered the joys of life, he then
went to his forever home. He shares his new home with another Cavalier and they
are best friends.
rescue, the owner had sadly died and with no family relatives to take on her
Cavalier, Rescue and Welfare stepped in. After a full Veterinary check-up, this
dog is happily settled into a new home.
have the time to take on a rescue Cavalier, please see page "Rehome a Cavalier"
for further information and Application Form.