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    Is this the Many Tears pup, Theresa?

    If it is, she is just adorable and I would adopt her in a flash if I didn't have a houseful already. Bless her heart.
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    Yes she is the many tears pup. She has been adopted by one of the volunteers but I think he is very brave as the cause is still not known. Hopefully she will not end up costing him a fortune!!!

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    awwww, that is great news .

    Must admit I have a great weakness for the 'special needs' ones .... now, someone stop me looking at that darling cocker at M/T.
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    Do you mean the 6 week old? He is so cute, I could eat him!!!
    We foster for Many Tears so we get to love all these lovely dogs for free!!!

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    Theresa, it could also be a burst ear drum - I have heard of other Cavalier puppies wtih this probelm and they tilted their head like that.
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