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    i am trapped beneath a sleeping cav!
    on the one hand it's cute. on the other my feet are cold!!
    Mommy to Pepper the Guinea-Pig, Adoring fan of Peaches the Blenheim
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    only one you will have to have another one for your feet
    ---Aileen and the gang(Barney---Jazzie---Jake)
    Cavaliers at the bridge Mattie and Rocky& Sam
    Better to light a candle for one lost dog than to curse the darkness of man's indifference.Saving just one dog won't change the world but it surely will change the world for that one dog.

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    trust me i have been trying, but so far hubby has been standing firm.
    Mommy to Pepper the Guinea-Pig, Adoring fan of Peaches the Blenheim
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    I know the feeling - I worked on my OH for 6 years before he finally caved in and now? well he wouldn't be without them!
    Sandra
    Minnie-May (6yrs) & Rosie the Rescue (approx 6 yrs)
    My Darling Cinders and Lady Jane waiting at the Bridge

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    Yes, when I said I wanted to get a Cavalier to keep our Welsh Springer company Graham just thought of them as 'little dogs'. He didn't realised that they are little dogs with big personalities.

    Now we have Rufus as well as Toby and he says he couldn't imagine life without a Cavalier or two. A convert, I think!
    Jan
    Owned by Rufus (B&T) and Piper (Border Terrier) and in loving memory of 12 years of Toby joy (Tri cavalier) - waiting at the rainbow bridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan Bell View Post
    Yes, when I said I wanted to get a Cavalier to keep our Welsh Springer company Graham just thought of them as 'little dogs'. He didn't realised that they are little dogs with big personalities.

    Now we have Rufus as well as Toby and he says he couldn't imagine life without a Cavalier or two. A convert, I think!
    wow - you have a Welshie?

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    wow - you have a Welshie?
    I did have until we lost her last year, aged 12. Becky was a wonderful dog - and with a full tail! (more common now I know, but not when we got her). She did take a lot of training though!
    Jan
    Owned by Rufus (B&T) and Piper (Border Terrier) and in loving memory of 12 years of Toby joy (Tri cavalier) - waiting at the rainbow bridge.

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    Cute post. Everyday after work, making dinner, taking Hali for a walk she will move from my shoulders to wrapping herself around my neck to laying on my lap. This goes on until we go to bed each night. I love it! and I think she does to! I can not imagine my life without her.
    Cavaliers give us a little piece of heaven.

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    That sounds like my husband. After our last of our two dogs died (We had both for 15 years) my husband said he doesn’t want another dog as they tie you down to much. We only managed to live without dogs for two years, and even now I think why did we wait that long? Well all I can say we are getting number three Cavalier on Friday. And another thing, we always had big dogs and my husband said that he would never have a lap dog. You should see him with our two Cavaliers. When he comes home from work the dogs get all the cuddles and kisses I get a hello.
    Sabby

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