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

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Home:Southern California, CA  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 8 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:

May 21st 2008

I LOVE to play ball, run and go for long car rides.

I don't like to be left alone very long.

Favorite Toy:
Soft fluffy stuffed animals with sounds and squekers..

Favorite Food:
Pieces of chicken and small bites of string cheese.

Favorite Walk:
Any place that my family goes.

Best Tricks:
Getting a COOKIE or working for a treat.

Arrival Story:
My name is Princess Royal Ginger, (Ginger for short). I'm a AKC CKCS and come from a long line of royality with a few champions in my pedigree. Mom thinks that I will make a great agility dog and posibility a good therapy dog. I love everyone and and always have a kiss to give. My hobbies are playing and socializing with the local canines. Especially Jazz and Esky who are a part of my pack. In my free time Mom and I go Shopping for dresses, bling, and toys. Since I live in Southern California, Mom and Dad like to take day trips to the mountains, as well as the beaches and deserts.

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Princess Royal Ginger

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
January 28th 2009 More than 8 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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JazzEsky-In loving

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Temporary Changes....

April 3rd 2009 3:16 pm
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Well my mommy had knee surgery four weeks ago. She should be fine in a few months. However, things have been different around here lately. First I am not getting as much attention, or spoiled as much , as in the past. Mommy promises to make it up to me when she is able. My walks have dwindled, as she must rely on others to take me for a stroll. At least I have a large backyard and a family pack to spend time with. These changes are only temporary! Once Mommy is back to good health and walking on her own again, I'm sure that the walks and play time will be back in full swing. Mommy also said that I have slipped up on my commands and behavior. (Somehow I know that she cannot get up and enforce her commands).

I have learned that it is not cool to jump on hospital beds, or walk on post surgical wounds. Additionally, I have become comfortable with medical supplys, CPM machines, visiting nurses, walkers, crutches, etc. Mommy thinks that may be good for my future as a companion or therapy dog. Now I just curl up and show Mommy that I care and love her. I also get out of her way when she is trying to walk about the house with her mobility devices.

Yesterday, when Mom was out of the room, I pulled down both of my leash's (Off the doorknob) and left one at the front gate/door and the other at my doggie door. Mommy laughed and asked me if I was trying to tell her something. I think that I made my point, as she let me outside to run and play for a while. (Thanks Mom)


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February 17th 2009 10:03 am
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February 17th 2009 9:40 am
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