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    It appears this is much scarier to you than Lester....We pray for Lester to get better and for you to find peace over it.
    This is such an interesting disorder. I truly appreciate all who provide their input and knowledge. Hang in there!

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    Hi Jen,
    How is Lester doing? Any updates?

    I hope all is well,

    Jen & Abbey
    Jen, Abbey (Tri Cavalier) & Gus (White Min. Schnauzer)

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    i am in the market for buying one but after reading these problems it seems this breed have many problems. Do these peoblems happen in most dogs or?

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    All breeds have problems of one sort or another.
    However the gene pool for Cavaliers is extremely small and in attempting to eradicate one health problem it has been reduced further and along the way another extremely serious problem has arisen.
    My own opinion is that Cavaliers have more than their fair share of health problems, and you need to research your Breeders very carefully.
    Warm wishes,
    Ruth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruth
    All breeds have problems of one sort or another.
    However the gene pool for Cavaliers is extremely small and in attempting to eradicate one health problem it has been reduced further and along the way another extremely serious problem has arisen.
    My own opinion is that Cavaliers have more than their fair share of health problems, and you need to research your Breeders very carefully.
    Warm wishes,
    Ruth

    I agree with Ruth. But know that even w/ the best, most responsible breeder, there are no guarantees that your dog won't still have some problem.
    Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.
    --Roger Caras

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    Sadly very true Rory.

    Warm wishes,
    Ruth

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    How is Lester now? Is he on medication? He's got to be one of the most gorgeous Tri's I have ever seen. If you ever get bored of him then send him over here to me

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