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    Default Weekend Visit

    Hi everyone,
    We went to Northern Ireland for the weekend and finally got to meet the girls' cousin Milly. Milly is a 7 month old Blenheim. Daisy Boo is now 8 months old and Twinkle is 16 weeks. They all got on great but Twinkle was definitely top dog.
    See pictures below.

    Walkies! They stopped traffic


    A pile of Cavaliers
    Joanna, Daisy Boo(ruby), Twinkle(tri), Brandy(blenheim rescue) and himindoors (mutt)

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    They are all absolutely gorgeous! I love them all in their matching red Puppias!

    I reeeeaallly want a ruby now...
    "My little dog: A heartbeat at my feet."
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    In a word - gorgeous! But where's the black and tan???? Somebody needs a new puppy!

    JaneB

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    Kelvin's Dad is hankering for a cavalier so we're hoping he'll complete the set with a B&T. He loves Daisy Boo though. He had Rubys years ago and he's convinced they are more placid than the blenheims and tris by nature. I think he could be right because Daisy Boo was quite happy to lie on the couch relaxing while the others ran riots around the house.
    Joanna, Daisy Boo(ruby), Twinkle(tri), Brandy(blenheim rescue) and himindoors (mutt)

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    Great pictures!!!
    Cathy
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    Oh, now I see that I need two more cavaliers, not just one. Heck... why not go ahead and make it a full set??
    Cindy
    Cedar (tri), Willow (blen), & Holly (ruby)

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    Quote Originally Posted by joanna
    He had Rubys years ago and he's convinced they are more placid than the blenheims and tris by nature. I think he could be right because Daisy Boo was quite happy to lie on the couch relaxing while the others ran riots around the house.

    Could someone please tell this to my TedBear

    I'm sure he thinks he's part Springer Spaniel!!

    I've heard - and found - that the WholeColours are more loving and affectionate, especially the boys - cuddle monsters - but activity levels and temperaments seem to vary from dog to dog - know some very placid Blenheims and Tris, also some very active ones.


    Great photos - I should think it took you forever to go for a walk, with everyone stopping you to say hello
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicki
    Quote Originally Posted by joanna
    He had Rubys years ago and he's convinced they are more placid than the blenheims and tris by nature. I think he could be right because Daisy Boo was quite happy to lie on the couch relaxing while the others ran riots around the house.

    Could someone please tell this to my TedBear

    I'm sure he thinks he's part Springer Spaniel!!

    I've heard - and found - that the WholeColours are more loving and affectionate, especially the boys - cuddle monsters - but activity levels and temperaments seem to vary from dog to dog - know some very placid Blenheims and Tris, also some very active ones.


    Great photos - I should think it took you forever to go for a walk, with everyone stopping you to say hello

    I also heard that the Black/Tans and Rubys can be a little more active.
    I guess it depends on the genes.
    A puppy is a puppy and will do what puppies do best.
    What a beautiful trio, how did you manage.
    No wonder you got stopped on the street, they are gorgeous.

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    Oh that is gorgeous !!

    They all look so happy together !!
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    Those pictures should fetch you a million dollars. I'm not sure where, but they are precious. I want all of them because I already have the black/tan that are missing from the photo. LOL
    Kat

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