This is probably the most difficult page to create. The dogs that have left their footprints on heart…
Alyssa… Our little perfect princess. We had so many hopes and dreams in you. The impact you made little one, is still to difficult to process. We look forward to scooping you up for a cuddle when we reunite again at the Rainbow Bridge.
Joe… Our sweet boy. We still miss you… You taught us so much…
We placed three of the pups from this breeding with show/breeder friends. It will be fun to see how they all mature. Of course Skittles is the naughtiest of the pups. However, she is adorable in-spite of her naughtiness and her big round dark eyes succeed in melting our hearts, and getting her out of trouble. She was placed in a performance / conformation home.
We are changing things up in our breeding program. Breeders place dogs for many different reasons. Not every dog shows well, not every dog breeds well, not every dog is a good producer. We desire to be picky about what we breed and we know the type we are striving for. We have added to our health testing and are going in a different direction with our bloodlines. We have been blessed to own many beautiful cavaliers over the years as they were our start. We are very excited about the direction we are taking with our dogs. Our focus is breed type, health and to be competitive in the show ring.
These are some of the beautiful dogs we have owned and have retired over the years:
(CH Hillwood Picture Postcard x GCH Whiteriver Dreams Come True)
Bandit was purchased and is Co-Owned with a good breeder friend as a show/breeding prospect. His lines are slow to mature, but he is really coming along. He is a very sweet and active boy. He has passed all of his initial health screening and we plan to get him out showing soon.
Hearts- spring 2019
Eyes- spring 2019
DE, CC & EF, Clear based on Parentage
Hips- too young
Above Photo: Bandit at his first dog show. Our Great Lakes Cavalier Club hosted our first Specialty Show in the spring of 2018, so we entered Bandit for fun. As you can see he was very distressed! I saw Jason taking this photo, and it was everything I could do not to laugh. Bandit has a lively personality and normally can be found springing like Tigger from one thing to another! We really should have named him pogo. Whenever I come home, I am greeted by him, much like a a dog on a pogo stick. He is a very sweet, goofy boy.