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Re: [cavalierspaniel-48] Reputable breeders

From: user 1.
Sent on: Wednesday, April 17, 2013 9:32 PM
Her name is Judy. Luvly acres cavalier.com. she has beautiful dogs.

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From: "stacey gitelman" <[address removed]>
To: <[address removed]>
Subject: [cavalierspaniel-48] Reputable breeders
Date: Wed, Apr 17,[masked]:26 pm


I got my puppy from a breeder upstate. If you google luvly farms cavalier she should come up. Sorry I don't have the exact name!

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On Apr 17, 2013, at 4:36 PM, sonja smith <[address removed]> wrote:

> i want to make a statement
>  
> i'm not going to use names...
>  
> one of the breeders on the website, the CKCCS website....gave me a dog with C/M, S/M AND PSOM...my dog just came out of the hospital last Sunday...
>  
> so, even though they may be recommended and sanctioned....be careful...as with anything on this planet....knowledge is power....
>  
>  
> In a message dated 4/17/2013 4:11:07 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, [address removed] writes:
> GREAT list!
>
> On Apr 17, 2013, at 1:50 PM, Andrea Gerst <[address removed]> wrote:
>
>> I sent this directly to Todd, but re-sending to the group in case others are interested:
>>  
>> We are using MidLake Cavaliers - they are fantastic, and I recently met another MidLake owner in my neighborhood that recommends them. Here is their website:
>> http://midlakecavaliers.com/
>> I was also originally referred by several people to Chadwick - they just werent expecting a litter in the timing we wanted. Here is contact info on other breeders that were highly recommended by Anne and other sources (the formatting is weird, but included pricing, distance (from NYC) website and contact info if I had it):
>> Almar, $1,600.00 Depew, NY (6 hours) [address removed] www.almarcavaliers.com
>> Chadwick $2500-$3500 CT - 90 min [address removed] chadwickspaniels.com
>> Blackfire Cavaliers Huntington [address removed] blackfirecavaliers.com
>> Blueday Cavaliers $2,500.00 Central PA [address removed] bluedaycavaliers.com
>> Licketysplit $2,500.00 Concord, MA (3 hours 45 min) [address removed] N/A
>> TruLuv Cavaliers $3,200.00 Bucks County, PA (1 hour 45 min) [address removed] N/A
>> Linrica $3,000.00 Far Hills, NJ (1 hour) [address removed] http://www.linricacavaliers.com/
>> Rutherford $3,500.00 Bucks County, PA (1 hour 45 min) [address removed] http://www.rutherfordcavaliers.com/
>> Autumn Hill Cavaliers $2,500.00 Burlington, VT [address removed]
>> JiRose $2,000.00 Buffalo, NY [address removed]
>> Mid Lake Cavaliers $2,000.00 Skaneateles, NY [address removed] http://midlakecavaliers.com/
>>
>>
>> On Wed, Apr 17, 2013 at 1:45 PM, Vanessa <[address removed]> wrote:
>> I just adopted my 1-year-old boy from a highly reputable breeder in Pennsylvania--my father and stepmother also got theirs from her. I live in Manhattan as well, but she's incredibly professional and worth the trip!
>>
>>
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Todd Hanshaw <[address removed]>
>> To: cavalierspaniel-48 <[address removed]>
>> Sent: Wed, Apr 17,[masked]:52 pm
>> Subject: [cavalierspaniel-48] Reputable breeders
>>
>> Hi all
>>
>> Can any of you let me know of any reputable breeders in the New York area?
>>
>> Thanks so much
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>> On Mar 19, 2013, at 5:07 PM, Michelle Ross <[address removed]> wrote:
>>
>> > I had my dog's glands expressed through the groomer monthly for a few months
>> and then a week later he got an infection and the vet decided to take them out
>> or rather invert them since his glands were always a nig problem for him.  I
>> recommend expressing at the vet.
>> >
>> > Sent from my Virgin Mobile Android-Powered Device
>> >
>> > Alison Beller <[address removed]> wrote:
>> >
>> >> Sounds like an abscess is caused from not having the anal glands expressed.
>> This is vital w/ any dog breed. I'll have the vet do it or the groomer (who
>> usually doesn't do it as we'll) as soon as you see your dogs scooting its
>> usually time or overdue! Please stay on top of this so you don't have to go
>> through this where anal glands are bursting. It's our responsibility to be aware
>> of this stuff. Good luck Angelo & Jackie!
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> Sent from my iPhone
>> >>
>> >> On Mar 19, 2013, at 10:30 AM, jonathan doros <[address removed]>
>> wrote:
>> >>
>> >>> Liz I disagree with your technic on expressing your pups anal glands. Using
>> latex gloves is bad for your pups anus and could lead to hemorrhoids. I use my
>> bare hands to express my pups anal glands at least once a week. The smell should
>> not be that bad.. I think that must be specific to your pup. Do you feed your
>> pup human food from your dinner table? Some owners feed their pups from the
>> dinner table. This not only spawns "beggars" but leads to overweight pups.
>> >>>
>> >>> On Mar 19, 2013, at 10:20 AM, Elizabeth Mielke <[address removed]> wrote:
>> >>>
>> >>>> This may sound gross to many folks, but it is very simple to express your
>> Cav's anal glands yourself. After spending $90 on two different occasions to
>> simply walk into our vet's office and have them express our dog's anal glands in
>> all of 30 seconds, the next time he was scooting (on a weekend when our vet's
>> office wasn't open), we turned to YouTube and found a very helpful instructional
>> video on how to do it ourselves. It is done completely externally. It is
>> probably one of the grossest smells you'll ever experience so I highly suggest
>> doing it outdoors or in the bathtub and wearing disposable latex gloves. (Also,
>> if your Cav has the long butt feathers that our guy has, you'll definitely want
>> to be sure to shampoo him/her very thoroughly afterward.) We've done this
>> ourselves three or four times over the past couple years and the scooting has
>> stopped immediately. And of course, it should go without saying, but if the
>> liquid expressed looks suspect (e.g. bloody), if your dog seems to be in pain,
>> if there appears to be an infection, or if the problem continues, you should not
>> hesitate to go to your vet's office immediately. I just wanted to point out that
>> expressing your dog's anal glands yourself is a cheap and easy option for dogs
>> who are otherwise healthy but have simply had some irregular bowels that may
>> have resulted in their anal glands not being expressed naturally.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Best,
>> >>>> Liz
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Sent from my iPhone
>> >>>>
>> >>>> On Mar 19, 2013, at 8:55 AM, Ooana <[address removed]> wrote:
>> >>>>
>> >>>>> Thanks, Linda - I meant warm compress and yes...watch for scooting! :-)
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>> On Mar 19, 2013, at 8:48 AM, Linda wrote:
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> Both of my Cavs have had similar issues, however I have caught it before
>> it bursts.  I agree it is very  manageable.  Once the glands are flushed,
>> regular draining has solved the issues with mine.  I always watch for scooting.  
>> That is usually an indication we should make a special trip to the vet to have
>> the glands expressed.  
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> After my girls had their glands flushed, I used moist warm heat on their
>> bottoms for a few days.  Lucy loved it and would let me use compresses without a
>> problem.  Gemma was a bit more difficult and didn't like to keep them on.  They
>> are just all so different.
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> I hope Lilly feels better soon and this issue resolves quickly.
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> Linda, Lucy and Gemma
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> Linda McAndrews
>> >>>>>> From: Ooana <[address removed]>
>> >>>>>> To: [address removed]
>> >>>>>> Sent: Tuesday, March 19,[masked]:28 AM
>> >>>>>> Subject: Re: [cavalierspaniel-48] Abscess near Anal gland
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> Dear Angelo,
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> Morgan, my 9 and 1/2 year old cavalier girl had a similar thing happen to
>> her about 5 years ago - one of her anal sacs burst after forming a an abscess.  
>> I don't know how large hers was, because I didn't notice it before it burst. The
>> vet told me that sometimes, this can happen. She was given antibiotics and I
>> applied a cold compress for a week or so. She recovered very quickly.
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> She never had it happen again. The only thing I was advised to do was to
>> check the glands regularly on vet visits and during grooming and she is doing
>> just fine. I was told that some dogs can sometimes have things get a little too
>> thick back there to expel it naturally and this is what can happen. It is scary
>> and she sure did let out a yelp when it happened. My poor girl was actually
>> sleeping above my head on my bed when it did so....yeah...that was fun....for
>> both of us. ;-)
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> So in my experience, its something completely manageable and I don't
>> think it is Cavalier specific. Morgan has also, thankfully, never had seizures
>> and I don't believe the two issues are linked.
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> I hope Lilly feels better very soon and I bet she will!
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> :-)
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> Ooana & Morgan
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> On Mar 19, 2013, at 8:04 AM, Angelo&Jackie wrote:
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>>> Just rushed my Cav Lilly to the Emergency vet (Atlantic Vet on Vets Hwy)
>> because a golf ball size abscess showed up out of nowhere over night. En route
>> it burst. Luckily she was wrapped in a towel. The vet knows her because we have
>> had to bring her there before said it was an abscess involving her anal gland &
>> although they w

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