There is some confusion surrounding the proposals for publishing the results of the BVA/KC CMSM Scheme, so I thought I would try and clarify the situation as I understand it.
Anyone who thinks I have got things wrong is welcome to contact me with their views. If not a member of this forum, there is a comment form on my website www.cavalierpuppy.co.uk
The confusion about this scheme dates back to a meeting in February. In an attempt to win breeder support for the scheme
[Yes I have resurched this and he is getting pulverized egg shells plus a supplement for calcium and phosphorus. Sounds like you really knowabout nutrition. I hope I can speak with you further about this. I don't want to solve one problem just to create another . Thank you for the info.
Hi I'm Katie ...... My cav's name is Lennie and he is kinda small he is 10lbs and a foot tall i think i might be wrong, Iz he the normal size for a 15 mouth Cav?
I'm emotional. I speak with my heart and not my head but thinking today I remember going through being blamed that ella was depressed and nothing is wrong with her. Sm is an emotional roller coaster and if only people who said they cared about her would have cried with me like they did at the thought of her losing an eye to a dog bite.
I was told by that same friend with a cavalier my neurologist is just wanting money, he in fact gives ella acupuncture for free and has been very helpful
As anyone reading my earlier blogs and my posts on the forum will know, I believe that getting results from the BVA/KC CMSM Scheme published is vital for the future of cavaliers.
It will ensure that breeders are honest about the dogs they use for breeding.
It will identify the much needed grade A stud dogs for responsible breeders, and it will let puppy buyers check that the litter is from health screened parents before they go & look & fall in love with a puppy.