Description - Cavalier King Charles Spaniel by Norma Moffat
Your Happy Healthy Pet The authoritative information and advice you need, illustrated throughout with full-color photographs--now revised and redesigned to be even more reader-friendly! Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are equally at home in a castle or a condo, the city or the country. Elegant in appearance but energetic and affectionate in nature, they're the perfect companions for families with children, empty nesters, or retirees. This guide covers: Choosing your Cavalier Things you'll need to make your pup feel at home Feeding and grooming, including combing and checking the trademark ears Healthcare and the importance of regular exercise Training and housetraining your Cavalier Bonus chapters available on companion Web site Lively, yet loving, your Cavalier will enjoy keeping you company, whether that entails bustling beside you on a walk or snuggling cozily on your lap!
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(214mm x 141mm x 14mm)
John Wiley & Sons Inc
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
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Author Biography - Norma Moffat
Norma Moffat bought her first Cavalier King Charles Spaniel as a pet in 1981 and fell in love with the sweet nature and glamorous look of the breed. Since then she has bred and shown more than sixty champions, some of them topwinning show dogs, under her kennel prefix of Brinklow, which is the name of her home village in England. Despite her success with Cavaliers in the ring, she emphasizes that all her dogs are beloved pets first and show dogs second. Norma has written columns and articles on Cavaliers for the magazine Dogs in Canada. She is a life member of the Canadian Kennel Club and past president of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club of Canada. She lives at Brinklow Hill, a ten-acre nature preserve in the woods on the beautiful Niagara Escarpment in Ontario, where the dogs have plenty of room to run and play.