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My name is Bailey (St. Petersburg, FL)!

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Mix Dog for adoption in Enterprise, Florida - Bailey (St. Petersburg, FL)
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I'm being cared for by:
Cavalier Rescue of Florida

Facts about Bailey (St. Petersburg, FL)

  • Breed: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10742339

Hi!  My name is BAILEY, and I'm a super happy, sweet, and obedient female Blenheim Cavalier mix. I am often told I'm adorable but I don't like to brag. Though I’m eight years old, I have the exuberance of a much younger dog. I greet the morning early with my tail wagging, and I'm ready for breakfast and a walk! My foster parents say if my eyes are open, my tail is wagging – and I won't deny it! 

I love to spend the day with my foster parents’ pack (two Cavaliers and two cats), and we’ve gotten along famously since Day One. And I love to accompany my doggie friends on lots of errands in the car.  

I'm completely housebroken and sleep happily in my crate at night and during the day, IF I must stay home, but I can also be trusted crate free! I love â¤ my people and just the thought of a car ride or walk excites me. 

They tell me I have something called Addison’s disease and that my adrenal glands don’t produce enough hormones to function normally.  I am currently stable and under control with lifetime meds.
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My forever home is a place where my family has lots of time to include me in their life!  I truly love being part of a pack so at least one dog is a must. Looking forward to meeting you very soon! Wags and licks!  Love, Bailey

Bailey is being fostered in St. Petersburg, FL and her adoption fee is $250.

Click here for more information on how to apply to adopt.

Florida in-state adoptions only.

About Cavalier Rescue of Florida

About Our Rescue Group...

Cavalier Rescue of Florida is an all-volunteer, nonprofit 501(c)(3) rescue, organized to benefit Cavalier King Charles Spaniels in need. First as Mid-Florida Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club Rescue (MFCKCSC Rescue), and now as Cavalier Rescue of Florida, Inc. (CRF) we have been saving Cavaliers since 2000, placing hundreds of Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are a foster based rescue throughout the state of Florida.

Our Adoption Process...

If you're interested in a specific Cavalier, or in being placed on our waiting list so that we can contact you when new dogs become available, you will first need to complete both a Preliminary Rescue Adoption Application and Reference (both personal and veterinarian) form. You can request these forms from Trisha Bowley at Trisha.Bowley@CavRescueFl.com.

When we match you with a dog to adopt, we’ll first check your references. If that goes well, someone will come to your home to meet with you and everyone else living there. We will also check your home, garage, and yard to make sure you can provide a safe environment for a Cavalier. When a dog comes in, first priority goes to those on our waiting list, so filling out all the paperwork will get you one step closer to adopting one of our Cavaliers. We never know when we will get one in, but in 2015 over 73 Cavaliers were adopted through our organization. If you have already applied, and we post a new dog(s) that you are interested in, please send an e-mail of interest for that Cavalier to Trisha.Bowley@CavRescueFl.com.

Our adoption fees are based on the health and the age of a rescued Cavalier as well as medical costs incurred. Our rescue is operated 100% by volunteers; all donations go towards helping the Cavaliers in our rescue program. The adoption fee needs to be paid when you pick up your rescue Cavalier.

The lowest cost of owning a pet is typically their adoption fee. Please consider the long term costs associated with owning a pet (food, ID tags, collars, leashes, veterinary care, annual vaccines, rabies vaccines, emergency medical costs, professional dog trainers for behavioral issues, etc.) When you adopt a rescue dog, you are agreeing to care for the pet's well-being for the duration of his or her life.