There are times when we have money in the bank and we don't have to think about saying yes to a cavalier that needs us ... sometimes I lose sleep and wonder how we will make things happen, because saying no is really not in our vocabulary. Weeks like this can have me on edge:… Continue reading It’s hard to ask for help…
Our newest cavvie Charlie, had his specialist visit this week, with the wonderful Richard Woolley. Charlie has been diagnosed with mild Pulmonic Stenosis, grade 3 murmur, and as cavvie owners should know, something that will not get better, but should stay stable throughout his life. Heart issues are quite prevalent in a lot of cavvies… Continue reading Heart Disease
We've been a little quiet on the socials in the last couple of weeks, not the same story at Cavvie Headquarters unfortunately, but we are back. We've had a few newbies in, and a lot of vetwork happening and needing to happen. We welcomed Shaggy last week, this week we welcome Charlie. Both Shaggy and… Continue reading What’s been happening?
There is nothing nicer than coming home from a very long day at work, gotta pay the bills somehow, to an email to let me (and all other rescues on Petrescue) know, as a rescue what a crap job we are doing. It is our fault (rescue groups) that people are going to pet shops… Continue reading Happy Easter … but you can be better.
Are dogs worth any less just because they are old? Do people value a free dog? People often ask for discounts, or for us to waive the adoption fee like other places. Unlike organisations the RSPCA or Lost Dogs Home for example, we don’t have millions of dollars sitting in the bank, and unlike shelters… Continue reading Are older dogs worth less?