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    Default UK: MRI voucher scheme

    Crossposted with permission:

    I'd like to draw your attention to the UK Cavalier Club's MRI Voucher
    Scheme, details of which have been recently added to the Club website
    Home Page:

    'The Cavalier Club MRI Voucher Scheme

    The Cavalier Club has allocated £2000 from their Research Fund to give
    twenty UK members a payment of £100 each towards the cost on a MRI scan.

    The first ten payments will be made during the six month period April-
    September 2008. The second payment will be during the period October
    2008-March 2009.'

    For more details and application forms, click on the link on the Club's
    Home Page. http://www.thecavalierclub.co.uk

    Permission to cross post to any Cavalier group message board.

    Carol
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    I saw that earlier on and was wondering if you had seen it also!!
    Cathryn
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    RE-LIVE YOUR CHILDHOOD THROUGH YOUR KIDS, THE TOYS ARE SO MUCH BETTER THESE DAYS!!

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    Default UK:MRI Voucher Scheme

    Could I pose this thought about this Voucher Scheme ?

    It has been said by Neurologists that a Cavalier Bitch with a Syrinx ,can suffer great pain when producing a Litter of Puppies .

    Would this Voucher Scheme not be better by confining it to Cavalier Breeders to have their Cavalier Breeding Bitches MRI Scanned before they are to be mated ,to see if there is a Syrinx present ,so as to save them unnecessary suffering if they do have a Syrinx and not to Breed from them ?

    Bet

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    Thats a very kind thought Bet, a sensible idea as well. Would it be worth putting it to the club?

    Alison.

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