My Cav puppy developed MMM 3 weeks after her 2nd set of shots. Her blood serum was tested by a lab and MMM was confirmed. She is now on a special anti-rejection steroid. Although her condition was "Chronic" when diagnosed (jaw nearly completely locked), she has responded well to treatment. She can open her mouth wide enough to carry a golf ball around and although her face "hallowed" the muscles have filled back in. She's a little over 10 pounds now. DOB February 27th,
Good evening everyone Im Stephen Quinn
I am a new member and I'm just trying out the blog page.I own Ellie,who is nearly four and a Blenheim type King Charles Cavalier.I hope to hook up with other Cavalier owners in the future.Ive set up my own small dog club via Facebook called Palmerstown Dogs club if you wish to locate it.
Hurray , thanks for advising I was due to phone them today.
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I am pleased to say Zac is now reserved. I hope he will soon have a new forever home
VetGen also has added the episodic falling syndrome DNA test. http://www.vetgen.com/ordertests.asp...harles Spaniel
I am about to update my puppy buying advice website: www.cavalierpuppy.co.uk and so have been checking breed club websites.
I must admit I was dismayed to see that the Cavalier Club has removed their puppy register from the health testing breeder that was running it so well, despite the fact she is now back again on their committee.
On my website I have suggested that puppy buyers should contact the Cavalier Club. I was confident that buyers would be given information about