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    Default What the heck are "snoods"?

    could some explain to me what a snood is used for, it looking kinda like earmuffs or something....i have never seen that before until i was just looking around on ebay...Thanks!
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    You can use them like a neck / earwarmer but lots of people use them to keep the little angels ears out of their dinner

    I have one whose ears get covered in gravy and one whose ears get covered in yogurt - don't know which is worst

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    ahh okay, i saw a picture of a cav with one on and i thought it looked kinda funny because it kinda looked like the babuska (can't spell!) that my grandma wore to keep her hair nice! now i know and it seems like a good idea for the ears. Brady's hair is only about an inch longer than his actual ear and he gets it in his water all the time.
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    Pixie's not too fond of her snood. We only use it occasionally,but sometimes she finds taking it off to be more important than eating.

    ....Sally
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    LMAO PIxie She looks like she's playing hide and seek

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    Had to share my pictures of my two with their snood

    Jake just looks pissed off (what's new?!)


    Shelby looks like Little Red Riding Hood (not to mention a bit startled) Can you see her crooked lipstick?
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    those pictures you guys posted are too cute!
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    They are too cute in their snoods!
    Cathy Moon
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    I have always loved that face on Shelby; she looks so disgruntled!! And that pic of Pixie is too funny.

    Believe me snoods will make more and more sense the longer your cavalier's ears grow. I use headbands for Jaspar and Leo now, but they are no longer effective as their ears pop out or hang into their food anyway and I need snoods -- and I think I will try out my new sewing machine on some snoods for them. Lily's ears were cut up to the ear leather when I got her out of the pounds but now they have grown out about an inch and a half -- her coat is so full and her ears really dominate her head too -- so she now needs a snood as well.

    Fancy Paw does some nice ones along with other cavalier stuff:

    http://www.fancypaw.com/

    A proper narrow bowl will work well too but spaniel bowls or cocker bowls are not narrow enough for cavaliers and I don;t know anywhere that seels a cavalier spaniel bowl.
    Karlin
    Cavaliers: Jaspar Lily Tansy Libby Mindy
    In memory: Lucy Leo
    Cavalier SM Information site:www.smcavaliers.com

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