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    Bracken REHOMED

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    Bracken is a female Cavalier Spaniel.

    Bracken needs to be trained to walk on the lead as she never did in the puppy farm from where we found her.
    Bracken can not be rehomed at the moment because she is receiving medical treatment. In the meantime we will take applications for her
    Last edited by Davy; 21st April 2009 at 11:16 PM.
    Davy, SiānE&Ella
    & sometimes Cassie the cocker AKA 'the black shadow''

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    What a sweetheart, along with Brie on the previous post. I have a friend loking to rescue a 2nd Cavalier, and I know he would like a Blenheim (he has a tri girl at the moment) I'll let him know about these two and see what he thinks.

    I'll probably have to persuade him that one would be enough.

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    sacrilege one is never enough!

    (speaking as someone who has one but would have a house full)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davy View Post
    sacrilege one is never enough!

    (speaking as someone who has one but would have a house full)
    Ah, but I meant one of these two sweeties, making it two for him. I have two myself, and wouldn't hesitate to add to them if I thought we could manage it. Nothing wrong with a house full of Cavaliers!

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    What a pair of absolute beauties. They look so forlorn & mucky im nearly in tears here. i hope someone from on here gets them then we can know how theyre getting on

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    I saw my friend today, and when he's home from work he's going to look into it, and maybe contact prodogs about having one of these two. He says he's not in the postion to take both, and it wouldn't be a good idea anyway. I'll keep you updated if he does get one.

    they both end up with loving new homes.

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    Bracken is reserved.

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    That poor dog; she is missing hair off her chest I'd guess from some skin problem in that pic and badly stained too. Looks like untreated dry eye as well. Puppy farmers should be shot. She sure deserves a happy home after whatever hell she has obviously been living in.
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    I totally agree Karlin.
    Unfortunately my friend was not lucky enough to rehome one of these two, but he'll keep looking.
    At least she should have a happy home to go to.

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    I hope she finds something soon, so many cav's out there looking for good homes. di
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