Originally Posted by The Boss
They're both lovely...makes me want to get another one
You should they are great company for each other.
It has been very heartening to see how the complexities of CMSM are now being openly discussed.
There can be very few serious breeders that have not realised what an uncertain future the breed faces.
Many of us fear that it will prove to be too late to reverse what we have blindly bred into our dogs.
I hope we are wrong.
This is a beautiful breed, but public opinion is unlikely to condone the continued breeding of little dogs that face an increasing
Updated 20th January 2011 at 12:08 AM by Margaret C
Thank you for explaining this Margaret. At the Griffon Seminar it was stated that Griffons, healthy or otherwise, were also included in the scheme. Is this still the case?
At the time we were told to notify the GB club secretary in the event, does this still apply or is there a central agency?
A question that those who want to reject the Scheme do not seem able or willing to answer, despite being asked many times.
The truth is probably something they are unable to admit to openly.
* They do not want a scheme.
* They do not want to scan and
remove SM affected cavaliers from their breeding programme.
*They want to go on breeding as before, without doing any health checks.
For those that have been confused by the
I learned that ellas breeder violated the ckcsc usa code of ethics by not registering her full litter (only the one she kept)
I first contacted her for help because I want to vote and participate (did not tell her that). She said she would look into it but its probably too late. I gave her over a month. I think I've asked before. She does not get back to me on things.
Well I had the pedigree information so I contacted them myself. That's how I found out.