I've had calls for a total of 6 cavaliers in the past couple of weeks, all needing rehoming.
One of these is potentially a very fear aggressive dog that I think just needs time and an experienced owner. he has not been a wanted dog for his five years of life and everything they have said about him corresponds to fear aggression -- eg nipping out of fear, not actual temperament problems. I will have him temperament tested to verify this. He will need a sepcial home but I think this dog would come around within weeks of some correct handling and structure and I have gotten some trainer opinions on this already. Just in case someone feels able for this type of patient work and he checks out as homeable with work, PM me if you might wish to offer a home or foster and work with this dog. This is not a dog for total beginners but professional advice will be given.
I also have a lovely six year old male for a settled, quiet adult or older child home, probably as an only dog, and two, two and a half year old males needing a home together. The latter dogs are listed in the breed rescue section.
I am posting here as well, as I am in the unusual situation of having dogs but no one on my waiting list for them and I know the right homes are out there for these dogs.
I had another contact today on another young male (2) and probably have a home for this new fellow. He comes from an SPCA whose only calls of interest for him vanished when they found out he was neutered already. Puppy farming and backyard breeding is alive and well. And THAT is why I will not home an unneutered/unspayed dog except in the most exceptional circumstances to special people I know will do this as soon as the dog is able to have it done.