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    Default Our Lucy (blenheim)

    This is our baby:

    This is what happens when you are taking a photo and the subject decides to give the camera the old once-over:




    Isn't this my bed?




    Who needs a pillow when you've got Dad's head?




    The windswept and interesting look:




    Now . . . how do I get out of here?




    What do you think of my "no ears" look then Mum?




    Aaah comfort at last:




    No one really understands how stressful my life is:




    Would that be a biscuit in your hand, Dad?




    Will the real Lucy please stand up?




    Oh no Mum, not a bath:



    I'm not coming down till I know it's worth my while:




    Is it a bird, is it a plane? . . .




    That's it, I've officially had enough . . . I'm done:

    Elaine
    Proud Mum to cavalier Lucy

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    She is very beutiful How old is she?
    Sunna & the dogs:
    Fjalar (8 years old tricolour boy)
    Mirra (5 years old blenheim girl)
    Molder (black & tan) - beautiful angel waiting at the Rainbow~Bridge

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    She's beautiful and i love that bed
    Stephen 3 Cavs - Cody, Abigail & Jasmine, Gavin the terrier and the cats - Buffy, Kendra, Thomas, Caleb, Robin & Cadbury, the Geckos - Crane, Poole, Schmidt, Amber, Seven, Eleven, Thirteen, Ivy, Gretchen, Darcy, Ari, Zeva, Claude & Claudine, Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta, Dov, Ronia, Netanya

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    Oh, what a sweet little Lucy you have there And the pictures are beautiful
    -Jenný, Ronja, Bono and Nóra

    "If you want your dreams to come true, you have to wake up"

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    Thank you She's a variety of ages in those pictures. At the moment she's 8 (turned 8 last December). She's really big for her breed, I've never seen another one like her. She's the perfect weight and she's 13kgs!! She's taller, longer and has a longer face than the others I've seen. She looks a lot like a big, overgrown puppy

    The bed is actually a beanbag I bought for myself . . . but she claimed it pretty early on . . . and that was that. LOL.
    Elaine
    Proud Mum to cavalier Lucy

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    Lucy has so much personality. What great pics!
    Charleen and Cav's: Pippin (ruby male), Merry (b&t female), Luke (blenheim male) & Jolly (tri male puppy)

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    What wonderful pictures! She looks just precious. And so much personality..you can see it in her face. The picture on the stairs with the head tilt is just too cute.
    Cathy
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    What a sweetie She looks so comfy on that beanbag that you couldn't possibly have taken it back from her

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    I like the bigger Cavi's, Elaine. Lucy is lovely

    My Cailean's 14.5 kgs. Donna's Maxx is also a strapping lad too. And they're both gorgeous

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    Thanks She has a wonderful personality and she brings us so much happiness (and dare I say it entertainment? LOL).

    As for taking back the beanbag . . . that would have been met with groans and moans (she doesn't growl, she groans LOL) so I wouldn't have dared!! ROFL. I know when I'm beaten . . .

    I'm glad she's not the only supersize Cav out there. She's a perfect size for us, not too big and not too small. And she's just 100% cuddle sized.
    Elaine
    Proud Mum to cavalier Lucy

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