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    Cork Dog Action Welfare group have some Cavaliers available for rehoming. As far as I know, some are ex breeding dogs. Get in contact with them for further info!

    http://www.dogactionwelfaregroup.ie/adoption.html
    http://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php...17764071567724

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    No, those on Facebook are from June (see date on the FB post) and homed. They do have one dog, Stitch, listed on their homepage and think she's a pet not puppy farm dog.
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    Sorry about that (serious brain fart not reading date!). Saw Stitch... first link I posted is to her.

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    It's easy to do! I have sent emails in reply to enquiries about dogs and then noticed they were two years old!!! My archive system isn't great...
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    OMG I looked on the dogactionwelfaregroup website and I want Chester!! He's a gorgeous tri collie and according to his description would fit in perfectly with my gang!! Have been thinking of adding another rescue. We adopted a 7 year old chocolate lab whose family emigrated to Australia last year and she has worked out wonderfully. I wonder would they consider us considering we are from up north?

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    On second thought I doubt they would come all the way up here to do a home check.

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    They might have a contact/colleague up near you who could do it. It's all about supply and demand - you never know.... you might be lucky
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    Most rescues will do home visits across the counrty, NI included. Send them an email and they will be able to tell you the situation. Often times, it's just a matter of whenever someone is around the area to do the visit so you may have to wait a little while. Always worth a try though!

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    Great news Stitch has been rehomed!

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    Great! Thanks for the update.
    Karlin
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