Lantana, Texas                            





  • Female
  • Age: 6  (3/14/2016) 
  • 22#  needs to shed a couple)
  • Undergoing treatment for heart worms
  • Adoption Donation: $TBA




Welcome in, Rosie! Sweet 6 year old Rosie (DOB 3/14/2016) comes to us as an owner surrender due to her family no longer being able to afford her care and meet her needs.
She was in need of vetting which she underwent today. We will be sure to share her full medical report once we have all her labwork results in. In the meantime, little nosy Rosie has explored every inch of her new digs and is settling beautifully into her foster home in Lantana, Texas ๐Ÿ’œ

UPDATE NOVEMBER 10, 2022: Earlier this week we introduced you to sweet 6 year old Rosie in Lantana, Texas who had just arrived as an owner surrender. She has since undergone her full intake vetting and we are so upset that she tested positive for heartworms ๐Ÿ’” She will return to the vet next week for chest x-rays where we will get a better idea of how much damage the heartworms have already caused.
Rosie also has a urinary tract infection so in the meantime we are tackling that first and once she completes antibiotics for that, she will start her 30 days of Doxycycline in preparation for her first heartworm treatment injection ๐Ÿ’‰ And lastly, as you can see here, she is also much in need of a dental which sheโ€™ll undergo after sheโ€™s completed heartworm treatment.
Rosieโ€™s eyes, knees, and hips are clear, her fecal test and tick borne illness test were negative, and her bloodwork was normal. Having to undergo heartworm treatment certainly extends her medical plan as itโ€™s a very long, time consuming process but thankfully Rosie is now where she needs to be to get her every need addressed and have the opportunity to live a long, happy, healthy life ๐Ÿ’•
PSA: Heartworms are 100% preventable and there are preventatives that are effective, safe, and affordable. Your dog depends on you to provide this to them. No dog should ever have to suffer with heartworms!Darling 10 year old Sandy (DOB 7/23/2012) found herself dumped in a shelter by her family, who we understand were also breeders and not breeding anymore. Thankfully, the shelter knew that breed rescue was the best and most appropriate place for this girl and allowed us to spring her out and welcome her in. Sandy is such a lovely little girl and a quintessential Cavalier. It's been our absolute pleasure having Sandy in our care, but she is now ready to make her next and last move to her perfect furever family!

UPDATE NOVEMBER 19 2022: Our newest girl, Rosie in Lantana, Texas, and her foster brother Milo sure seem to be looking quite cozy with each other ๐Ÿ’•
Rosie, who you may remember just tested positive for heartworms at her intake vetting, returns to the vet today for for further testing and diagnostics so we can learn more about the stage of her heartworm disease. She will then start her 30 days of Doxycycline as the first phase of treatment before the injections. We will be sure to keep you posted through her treatment ๐Ÿ’œ