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    Default FTR Project Shop

    I would like to share on this forum about how there now is a online shop for FTR http://www.ftrproject.com/ftrshop/ftrshop.html

    There are some really cute notecards, Homberbrant "history of a dynasty" (I have the booklet and its well done), and a calendar. I know here at cavalier talk we are very excited about the new calendar for ruperts fund and also tania has a wonderful online shop with lots of goodies, but thought people might want to check out this too.

    As someone said on another forum, "there is plenty of room for more than one calendar in their house".

    So buy a cavalier talk calendar, check out the ftr website and the notecards and maybe buy one if you want, because it all is going to a good cause.



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    You are right Anne, all cavalier research projects are good causes and should be supported.

    Dr McGonnell, who heads the FTR project gave a talk at the Cavalier Club health Day last November, where she confirmed that every cavalier foetus she had received had Chiari-like malformation and spoke about the abnormal bone development in the cavalier skull.

    For those interested, I blogged what I had noted down of her talk.............

    http://www.cavaliertalk.com/forums/e...issue-Research

    I am not sure if these findings have been published yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Margaret C View Post
    You are right Anne, all cavalier research projects are good causes and should be supported.

    Dr McGonnell, who heads the FTR project gave a talk at the Cavalier Club health Day last November, where she confirmed that every cavalier foetus she had received had Chiari-like malformation and spoke about the abnormal bone development in the cavalier skull.

    For those interested, I blogged what I had noted down of her talk.............

    http://www.cavaliertalk.com/forums/e...issue-Research

    I am not sure if these findings have been published yet?
    Margaret,

    My brain is not working but hopefully sheena or sins will be able to tell more.

    All I know is what is cute and I love the "little red riding hood".

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    Thank you for posting this Anne - I'm going to move it to shopaholics as it will quickly drop off the first page on here


    As someone said on another forum, "there is plenty of room for more than one calendar in their house".


    I hope that forum members will support the FRT shop and that members of the other forum will also support the Cavalier Gift Shop - both have a lovely selection of different items.
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    Supporting www.rupertsfund.com and www.cavaliermatters.org

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