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    Default Three Cavs at Many Tears

    There are two pups (one is blind) who are absolutely adorable and there is a blenheim male 9months who has been returned, as he is a bit aggresive about his food...... please check site out. : Nicki has already posted the second one.

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    Food aggression is usuaully very easy to deal with and a blind dog can fit in amazingly well -- there sense of smell is so keen. Having seen blind dogs and cats do very well at a relatively normal life -- including walks! -- I hope this little pup will find just the right people.
    Karlin
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    In memory: Lucy Leo
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    Claire,

    both pups are blind one Blenheim and one Tri. I'm sure they will have homes very soon, it's amazing how well they cope with loss of vision, especially if they have a gentle, calm dog in the home that will shadow them.

    Alison, Wilts, U.K.

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    Oh poor things! But they do get along really well in the right home!
    Karlin
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    We had a blind puppy farm cav with the same markings as the Tri. Wonder if they're related

    Blindness doesn't seem to bother them. have had a few of various breeds & they still enjoyed life , just need to teach them a few commands like "step" for going up & down curbs etc

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    Both blind puppies and the older food aggressive pups are being home checked, as are the Tibetan spaniel and shih tzu companion. Many Tears do appear to rehome the smaller dogs quite quickly. The problem ones are the collies, labradors, rotties and mastiffs.
    Barbara, Monty, Joly and Teddy.

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    If my back was OK and I thought I could manage one of the Rotties (I mean the exercising and training that they need etc), I'd take one of them. I think they are such noble dogs and most certainly do not deserve the bad press they get - it's 9 times out of 10 the flaming owners faults

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    One blind pup re-available, the Tri, as is the 7 month Blenheim boy .... most unusual.

    Alison, Wilts, U.K.

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