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Karlin
17th January 2007, 11:43 PM
Asenack, the French rescue, is a member of our board... :) ... and though I had visited their website for King Charles and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel rescue I had missed this wonderful page of the dogs they have rehomed. Even if you do not understand any French at all, I think people will enjoy the pictures of each of these dogs as they arrive, then settle in with a new family for a new life. There are many wonderful pictures (though I espcially like the picture of the cavalier and rabbit sharing a dog bed! :lol:).

http://asenack.com/Temoignages.htm

moniechris
18th January 2007, 12:04 AM
I didn't understand a single word....but I loved the pictures!! :D

Cathy T
18th January 2007, 12:04 AM
The beautiful thing about dogs...you don't have to understand the language to understand the faces! Some sweet pictues there.

Jackie
18th January 2007, 12:50 AM
I loved the picture of Elliott laying on his elephant....getting his hydrotherapy and the HUGE smile at the end :D

Lisa_T
18th January 2007, 04:10 AM
I adore the names!Although the thought of French dogs sporting Irish names like O Hara and O Neil did make me snicker. I see they have their own Amber :lol:

I think I am in love. Check out the collage photo towards the bottom of the Omega page- there is a little dog that looks like a Tri cav and blue roan cocker cross, with the best features of each breed in his (or her) sweet face... I want! :badgrin:

ETA: I really like the soft kennel beds. Can you get them here?

Nisha
18th January 2007, 05:54 AM
yep i didnt understand any of it but the pictures are great!! :)

casshon
18th January 2007, 10:08 AM
That's a very extensive website - it must take a lot of work to keep it updated.

The names are wonderful - there's a saxo and a salto :)

AT
18th January 2007, 10:17 AM
A Translation http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=fr&u=http://www.asenack.com/&sa=X&oi=translate&resnum=1&ct=result&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dhttp://asenack.com/%26hl%3Den%26lr%3D

Their kennel club requires names to begin with a certain letter each year( this year is c) so the french have to be very inventive ,lol

Karlin
18th January 2007, 12:53 PM
Thanks for setting up the translation. That should help many folks though the translations always get a bit mangled! :lol: I especially liked this:


to be able to continue to help our dear balls of hairs, we have need for you all, in love with King Charles and Cavaliers King Charles, your help and your actions are invaluable.

They are indeed 'dear balls of hairs'. :)

enchantingdragon
18th January 2007, 12:58 PM
Wow those are some of the cutest and most beautiful Cavys I have ever seen Im so happy they all found nice safe loving homes

Nicki
18th January 2007, 01:10 PM
Thanks for setting up the translation. That should help many folks though the translations always get a bit mangled! :lol: I especially liked this:


to be able to continue to help our dear balls of hairs, we have need for you all, in love with King Charles and Cavaliers King Charles, your help and your actions are invaluable.

They are indeed 'dear balls of hairs'. :)

oh that has just made my day!! :lol: :lol:

AT
18th January 2007, 01:11 PM
Thanks for setting up the translation. That should help many folks though the translations always get a bit mangled! :lol: I especially liked this:


to be able to continue to help our dear balls of hairs, we have need for you all, in love with King Charles and Cavaliers King Charles, your help and your actions are invaluable.

They are indeed 'dear balls of hairs'. :)

wonder if cotton flannel is really one of the the dogs names or has just translated badly :lol:

AT
20th January 2007, 01:47 PM
There is now a US site for king charles spaniels for anyone interested , Some of the dogs up for adoption look to have quite a lot of cavalier in them http://www.englishtoyspanielrescue.org/

Karlin
20th January 2007, 02:34 PM
Thanks for that -- I will add to the rescue listings. :)

The CKCS was redeveloped using longer nosed Charlies so they could be pure Charlies, just with longer noses. The longer nosed dogs are considered outside the breed standard and undesireable for showing but fine for pet homes. On the other hand they could easily end up with some short nosed small cavaliers, Cavaliers are far more prevalent everywhere than Charlies -- which are actually an endangered breed (officially) in the UK! :shock:

I like those little B&T Charlies. :)

AT
20th January 2007, 02:58 PM
They are most likely from puppymill auctions So I wouldnt trust any pedigree's that came with them to be true.
Little lacey looks very cavalier & doesnt have freckles either which would be unusual for a charlie.

Not that it really matters they all deserve nice homes

I like the B'Ts too :D & the Blenhiems & Tri's & that ruby ,lol