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frecklesmom
13th June 2008, 06:53 PM
Lucky Star has some new Cavaliers, absolutely gorgeous. Quite a few waiting for new homes and pretty spread out geographically.

http://www.luckystarcavalierrescue.org/

molly
13th June 2008, 06:58 PM
Duffy and Amy are being fostered with us here in NJ and are such sweet smart pups. Someone is going to be very lucky to have them join their family. They have done really well with housebreaking, crate training, and learning to live in a home. They are very affectionate and love getting belly rubs. There are many other terrific dogs available too.

DakotasMom
14th June 2008, 07:46 PM
Lucky Star has some new Cavaliers, absolutely gorgeous. Quite a few waiting for new homes and pretty spread out geographically.

http://www.luckystarcavalierrescue.org/


We just adopted our dog (Tosha) from Lucky Star. It is a wonderful organization and looks out for the well being of the dog. It was a process to get her, but well worth it in the end. We found them to be VERY truthful about the condition of Dakota. :thmbsup::thmbsup:

Karlin
14th June 2008, 08:37 PM
That's great to hear. The process of adoption should be fairly rigorous to make sure both home and dog are happy and have the best prospect for success :), but every rescue has an ethical duty to tell prospective owners about the dog in full detail. A few too many that rehome puppy farm dogs magically never have any coming in that seem to be over age 5 or so (people tend to be less nterested in dogs over 5), when many are clearly older that that, and little proper information about the challenges of many of these dogs is given to the new owner, nor the possible health issues to watch for in this breed. These can be the most rewarding dogs of all in the right home but not everyone will find puppy farm rescues are the right dog for them, especially if the dog hasn't had time to start to adjust to normal life in a foster home for any period of time. Hence I like fussy rescues and prospective owners with lots of questions so that a great match is likely! :) It is also clear from the LS site that mill dogs come in with all sorts of personalities -- some are more of a challenge -- and therefore for some people, more of a rewarding dog -- than others. Getting that right match is so important!

Cathy T
14th June 2008, 11:53 PM
Tosha is adorable!!!