For years Marianne dreamed of having a Cavalier
King Charles Spaniel as a pet but demands of work and family took priority.
She settled for annual calendars and thought about getting a Cavalier as a
retirement companion. But sometimes our life priorities can change.
When the five children moved out (mostly), the old home renovations were
nearing completion, and a career was exchanged for a job only 5 minutes from
home, there was a lot more time and the possibility of having a Cavalier
companion no longer seemed like a dream. After visiting with breeders
and attending dog shows we were thrilled to welcome a Cavalier into our
But something more happened!
Those visits to breeders and shows resulted in new friendships, involvement
in the regional Cavalier community, learning so much more about the breed,
and an interest in showing. They say you can't have just one Cavalier
and it is true. Our second Cavalier, Fraser,
was obtained with the hope of showing and that started it all. Much of
the rest is outlined on our webpages . (Under Construction for anyone
who might bump into it now. Hope you can check back when there are
to all who have helped and guided us through the learning process of raising
and showing our beloved Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.