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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Picture of Ellie, a female Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

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Age: 10 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Ellie

Ellie Belli, Boopy, Boppy Belli, Guppy

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:

July 28th 2006

Aidan, her cat brothers, her toys and her brothers' toys, sleeping on the bed, car rides, walks, Mommy & Daddy

When her brothers run away from her, other dogs coming too close to her front lawn area, not being with Mommy and Daddy

Favorite Toy:
Her brothers, her hoof, stuffed toys of any kind but esepcially her stuffed dog, anything laying around that she can shred (cardboard boxes, tissues, fabric softner, Mommy's socks, Daddy's cables etc)

Favorite Food:
Nature's Variety Raw Instinct Kibble and meat patties in beef, chicken, and lamb

Favorite Walk:
Around the condo area

Best Tricks:
Sit, Down, Come, Stay, and we are working on shake

Arrival Story:
Ellie is my long awaiting puppy. I have wanted a doggy since I was a child but due to my mom's fear of all creatures great and small I was not able to have one. As an only child you can imagine how lonely my childhood was. When my husband and I got married and bought our first home my husband said I could finally get my first puppy. I spent about a year and a half researching breeders all over the east coast and through a bit of fate and life changes we got our Ellie in Feburary. She was 6 months old at the time and her breeder had held onto for show potential but decided to let her go and we got our beloved Ellie Rebecca. She is the light of our life and we love her dearly. Ellie has a blog! http://elliethecavalier.blogspot.c om

Cavaliers are loving and sweet and people pleasing dogs. They are known as comforter spaniels and bring joy and delight to all those who come into contact with them. It is important to know though that the Cavalier is known to have several severe health issues including the heart condition MVD and the neurological disease syringomyelia or SM and thus it is extremely vital that if you want to buy a Cavalier you do your research and find a good breeder who does health testing and adheres to the codes set forth by the two Cavalier clubs, the CKCSC and the ACKCSC. Because of these health issues it is vital to never buy a Cavalier from a pet store where the pup most likely comes from a puppy mill, or a back yard breeder. Remember your pet is a family member that will hopefully be with you for many many years. You don't want to compromise the health of your pet in anyway and by buying from a good breeder you are lessing the chances of issues down the road which may cause immeasurable heartaches.

Forums Motto:
The Princess

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Thinking about a King Charles

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June 3rd 2007 More than 9 years!

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