Using 'Cavalier' to attract offers?
Just had a look at one of the American pet adoption sites. It says it has 70 matched for Cavaliers, but a number are mixes (which is fine)- but some have no obvious Cav blood! There's one dog that looks like a collie/GSD style cross; another that claims to be a Boxer/Cav crossbreed. Um, how? Just thinking of the mechanics involved in producing that particular combination makes me want to howl. I know Cavaliers are rather sought after in the US; is it possible that the site/agency in question is using 'Cavalier' as a bait? Not I suppose that it matters in the long run so long as the dogs get a home..
ROFL. Now I've heard it all. A 'dalmation/CKCS mix' that looks more like a dingo type dog!! This is hilarious. Only it's not supposed to be. Two that really caught my attention- an ADORABLE Yorkie/Cav cross, and a gorgeous little ruby Cav/Cocker mix.
..Ah, there's an explanation. Their software doesn't support generic descriptors, so they have to use breeds. Maybe that explains some of the more ... inventive... entries.
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