I hope you don't mind my input on this, but I have been lurking for about a week now and possibly might be able to help you find a Havanese in need of help. I noticed that "momof2" was from SE Wisconsin, I am from SW ND --so we're kind of neighbors if you hop over Minnesota!
Anyway, there is a Havanese for adoption at the Central Dakota Humane Society in Mandan, ND. His is a sad story: he was rescued from a Puppy mill in Missouri. Some how, some one brought him to ND where he was in a foster home in Jamestown through Prairie Paws Rescue (he was on Petfinder, but there were no takers) -the group there decided to send him to the shelter in Mandan where I think they hoped more people would see him and come meet him. Well, my family and I drove over to see if the shelter had any smaller, older, low/no shedding doggies for adoption and here was "Gambler" - this sweet little Havanese that was frightened out of his wits. He literally shook with fear, and refused to look up into anybody's eyes. It was very sad. The gal that was working at the shelter said that he does fine with other dogs and is a fun little playmate. But as we could see, he was very unsure around new people. I would very much like to adopt him, but I have three children, the youngest being almost 4. They are your average happy, silly, and sometimes, loud children that would love to have a dog, but I'm afraid that our family would not be a good match. I read that puppy mill dogs that get rescued from dog auctions take a long time to trust people and they do better when there is already a trusting bonded dog in the family. They will follow the first dogs lead, so to speak.
If you or anyone you know is interested, he is here and needs a real home. My heart breaks just thinking about him.....
Sorry to ramble on and on, and I hope I didn't bring anyone down (at least not too down)-- you all seem like such a friendly positive group! Keep up the good work!