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6th February 2009, 11:19 PM
My names Tanya and i live in hampshire with my husband , our 4 children , house rabbit and hamster and we're soon to be proud parents to a beautiful black/tan cavalier king charles spaniel that we pick up on the 21st feb (un-names as yet)
I look forward to getting to know you and your pets and finding out lots about cavalier king charles spaniels.
7th February 2009, 12:17 PM
lucky you, such gorgeous dogs can wait for the pics, you must be so excited, i remember when we picked harley up, di
7th February 2009, 05:00 PM
Looking forward to hearing from you.
7th February 2009, 05:54 PM
Welcome - I bet you can`t wait until the day when you can pick up your little puppy.
7th February 2009, 11:40 PM
Hi and icon_welcome from us :).
Look forward to seeing pics of your new arrival and hearing all the news.
8th February 2009, 05:48 PM
HI Tanya and welcome to the board.
U will find lots of info and tips here....def a must for any cavalier owner.
Cant wait to see pics of ur wee addition.So get :snap: !
I have 2 cavs and 2 rabbits which spend more time inside than outside(and also a cat,and hamster who passed away recently) and they all get on great.
Not long till u get ur new addition! X
8th February 2009, 06:10 PM
Nice to see you here at last LOL
9th February 2009, 09:02 AM
:rah: Welcome! I too am brand new, haven't even found the right photo yet of my kids & me. I have a zoo, including 3 Cavs (2 blenheim and 1 tri), as well as a Pom, Yellow Lab and German Shepherd, 2 cats, 3 horses, 1 grandbaby (who visits), and 1 husband (oh, and 2 kids, but they don't live here).... anyhow, I'm looking forward to learning a lot from other Cav families. I'm fairly new to the breed, having rescued one of my three about 2 years ago, and fallen head over heels with this breed! I used to show GSDs and Tibetan Spaniels (all of whom are now in Heaven), but I'm not interested in the show ring any more. I saw my first CKCS at a show over 15 years ago, and, well, I guess I saved the best for last. I'm interested in learning more about MVD and syringa-whatever-you-call-it, as my 3 yr old blenheim girl (the rescue) seems to exhibit some strange, intermittent scratching behavior, although she doesn't ever seem to be in pain, and maybe some leg weakness. Any ideas? She is heart clear, but I have no idea re: her family history. Apparently imported from Ireland. Any ideas?icon_welcome
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