This is my first day to join this group! I seem like I have been in Cavalier world for so long since Ella was diagnosed with SM. Recently it has been hard because since Ella is able to have more activity after surgery, I have been able to go out with friends. I was told that I go to my Cavalier friends over my real life friends. It seems like my Cavalier friends have been more support to me during these hard times than this one particular friend. (I might add she has a Cavalier but refuses to
Many people will be aware that I keep a list of breeders that say they scan their cavaliers.
I am getting more and more enquiries every week, especially now I have a puppy buying advice website www.cavalierpuppy.co.uk , so I would be pleased to pass on the names of anyone with puppies from health tested parents.
I also send out information that tells buyers how to read health certificates and I thought it may be a good idea to put it here as a blog.
Updated 10th March 2011 at 03:03 PM by Margaret C
(Added my website address)
well, this is my 1st blog, and what better thing to blog about than my 1 st very own holiday. me and my mum and dad have had a tough time lately due to us losing my big brother sullivan. i am lost without my big brother and when my mum cries i lick away her tears as i dont like to see her upset. well this evening mum and dad seemed very animated and talking in hushed tones.... like i wouldn't hear them. silly silly humans, do they know me but at all!!! apparently i am going on holiday
There are some new blog features with the latest release of the board software. People can use a photo or any image as the background of their blog, for example. You can create tags for posts (which means they go into the tag search cloud), and do lots of other things. The best way to see what is there and understand how things work is to try some posts and settings.
There's some basic information in the FAQ section too.
In 2008 I appeared in a television documentary called ‘Pedigree Dogs Exposed’ and confirmed that a winning cavalier stud dog had an inherited disease.
Within dog breeding circles there is an unspoken, but strongly held, feeling that health problems should not be given publicity.
This article gives a much better description of the thinking behind this mind frame than I can.........
The upshot was that