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Caviedogz
13th June 2011, 12:39 PM
Hi everyone. I am very happy to have found this forum. I joined a short time ago and trying to get the time to work out how to do different things like pictures. <br><br>A bit about myself. Previously, I have had 2 dogs, one a Chow Chow/Collie who had the most gentle nature and lived to 17. The second was a Pembroke Corgi who was also a gentle, loving dog. For many years I couldn't have a dog because of where I lived. At the start of this year things changed where I could once again have a dog. I can tell you that I was beside myself with this news. Then came the job of finding the 'perfect breed' for where I lived. The dog had to be reasonably small but number one priority was a quiet dog, not a yapper. This was because I live very close to my neighbours. As I have a website and eBay store which specialises in dogs, I know many people who have various breeds so started asking the questions. One customer of mine is a breeder of Cavalier Spaniels, a breed I hadn't even considered. After speaking to her I realised I had found 'my breed'. <br><br>I first saw Millie when she was 2 weeks old. She came home when 8 weeks old. Millie is a Blenheim and the most beautiful little girl I have ever seen. The one thing that astounds me about Millie is how quiet she is. The only time she has a little bark is when she is playing with her ball with the bell in it or chasing the vacuum cleaner. She loves cuddles, playing, watching tv and eating, however not in that order. Eating would take top priority. She is now 6 months old and I couldn't imagine my life without her.<img src="images/smilies/biggrin.png" alt="" title="Very Happy" smilieid="3" class="inlineimg" border="0">

goda
13th June 2011, 02:54 PM
Hi everyone. I am very happy to have found this forum. I joined a short time ago and trying to get the time to work out how to do different things like pictures. <br><br>A bit about myself. Previously, I have had 2 dogs, one a Chow Chow/Collie who had the most gentle nature and lived to 17. The second was a Pembroke Corgi who was also a gentle, loving dog. For many years I couldn't have a dog because of where I lived. At the start of this year things changed where I could once again have a dog. I can tell you that I was beside myself with this news. Then came the job of finding the 'perfect breed' for where I lived. The dog had to be reasonably small but number one priority was a quiet dog, not a yapper. This was because I live very close to my neighbours. As I have a website and eBay store which specialises in dogs, I know many people who have various breeds so started asking the questions. One customer of mine is a breeder of Cavalier Spaniels, a breed I hadn't even considered. After speaking to her I realised I had found 'my breed'. <br><br>I first saw Millie when she was 2 weeks old. She came home when 8 weeks old. Millie is a Blenheim and the most beautiful little girl I have ever seen. The one thing that astounds me about Millie is how quiet she is. The only time she has a little bark is when she is playing with her ball with the bell in it or chasing the vacuum cleaner. She loves cuddles, playing, watching tv and eating, however not in that order. Eating would take top priority. She is now 6 months old and I couldn't imagine my life without her.<img src="images/smilies/biggrin.png" alt="" title="Very Happy" smilieid="3" class="inlineimg" border="0">

Welcome!

gamefanz
13th June 2011, 05:40 PM
Welcome to the group!

Jasper and Holly
14th June 2011, 05:39 AM
Welcome

robbieswan
14th June 2011, 07:09 AM
Hello and welcome to the family

Desrae
14th June 2011, 10:35 PM
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Funny, our girl cavalier is as quiet as a mouse, you wouldn't even know she was around except when you hear her snores when she's sleeping or the tippy taps of her toes on the wood floors while she's walking around. BUT, our boy, Bobby, whoa, he barks at the tv, he barks at birds he sees out the window, he barks at the children making noise in front of the house, and if he has access to the front window, he will bark at loud cars driving by. He's very vocal, but isn't really yappy, he just likes to be heard!

Jasper and Holly
15th June 2011, 01:47 AM
icon_welcomeFunny, our girl cavalier is as quiet as a mouse, you wouldn't even know she was around except when you hear her snores when she's sleeping or the tippy taps of her toes on the wood floors while she's walking around. BUT, our boy, Bobby, whoa, he barks at the tv, he barks at birds he sees out the window, he barks at the children making noise in front of the house, and if he has access to the front window, he will bark at loud cars driving by. He's very vocal, but isn't really yappy, he just likes to be heard! That just sounds like my two! Jasper is so vocal too he barks at everything lol. Even barks for his dinner. Yet Holly is as quiet as. She's very bouncy, dancing and twirling everywhere.

Ladybug
18th June 2011, 12:38 PM
She is now 6 months old and I couldn't imagine my life without her.

My Lady is 6 months old too and I feel the same way! Welcome.

lindylou
18th June 2011, 01:48 PM
hi and icon_welcome i have a 3 yr old tri called louie and he his the quietest dog i have ever had he only barks at something strange