That title is a heck of a mouthful, but this blog is mainly for the breeders that visit this Pet Owners' Forum to read the information that their regional breed club health representatives do not pass on.
As I said in my last blog, there was a presentation about this new scheme last Thursday.
I have been waiting to see if any of the leading posters from the Breeders' Forum were going to comment on the presentations, but that has not happened.
The talks started
I have a number of dogs currently needing homes at irish Cavalier Rescue. First off are CJ and Sly, who are awaiting a home TOGETHER. This father and son pair of tricolours are extremely affectionate and just adorable! They like kids but would prefer a teen or adult home rather than a home with small children. Just look at these sofa-hogs! These are the perfect dogs for someone who wants an instant pair of companions, well-behaved and house-trained.
Today I drove down to see Dr.Berry, he wanted to show me Isabelle's MRI pics. They were not as bad as I thought. She has a couple areas where it shows CM but rather than that everything looks great. She did however have something added that I must of not heard him mention before or I did not understand. She has a disc that could potentially cause her issues down the road, and might need attention. But if you know me and have read my posts, this is just another thing I will stand in prayer and
Two years ago today I was voted off the Cavalier Club committee for appearing on the Film 'Pedigree Dogs Exposed'
On Thursday the Cavalier Club has a meeting in Leicester to inform members about the BVA/KC MRI Scheme & to update them on syringomyelia research
Are the two events connected?
Have a look at the film yourself and decide
The idea for this blog was sparked off by an introduction
Seeing Ella Smile
Seeing Ella smile made nothing else matter. Seeing her face light up made all the wrong go away for an instant. Watching her in complete bliss was all I could focus on and in that moment I tuned everything else out.
I took Ella to see her “boyfriend” Kennedy who is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel a few months older than her. They have a unique bond and it is apparent when they are together. Someone said I needed to meet Kat, the new girl