View Full Version : Rupert's Fund website

25th April 2010, 12:40 AM
A website for the fund is now up:


Thanks to Brian for letting me use one of his nice images. :)

Cathy Moon
25th April 2010, 02:07 AM
Wonderful! :thmbsup:

I've added the link to my facebook profile.

25th April 2010, 02:23 PM
For those who have donated on behalf of their dog(s) and would like for me to put up a picture and some words as a memorial -- and to transfer those that are already up in the fund forum -- let me know as I am setting up a memorial and honours section for anyone who makes a donation and would like to post a memorial or in honour of their dogs -- either the special dogs of the past or those you have now. :)

25th April 2010, 02:50 PM
I am told the Fund has now covered the scans for five dogs, which have all been scanned. Another seven have been chosen to be scanned and are awaiting the next scanning day.

That will use up our current resources but we will raise more, and scan more dogs. b*n*n* The search goes on for clear dogs, and in particular it would greatly benefit the breed to scan some of the older stud dogs or former stud dogs. The implications for the breed if no fully clear older studs are found is profound -- trying to find those clear dogs is critical. Please talk to any breeders or anyone who might own a retired stud dog, if you know them, about the possibility of scanning such older dogs. They can talk to Penny Knowler about the project.

Please keep thinking about fundraising projects and if you haven't donated and find yourself with an extra 10 euro/pounds/dollars, consider sending it this month to Rupert's Fund. :) Nicki also has a monthly reminder set up on the board calendar for anyone who wants to give a little each month -- maybe a fiver here and there. Gentle on the pocket each time -- but over a year, a fiver a month would cover almost half the cost of a scan!

27th April 2010, 08:55 PM
A website for the fund is now up:


http://CavalierHealth.org is linked directly to this new website, now.

28th April 2010, 07:01 PM
That's great; thanks Rod. :)