Patch is a sweet 7 year old make Tri color Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. He is as sweet as the come. He is house trained, uses a doggie door, and sleeps in a kennel. He loves to play with other dogs, and has no issues with our cat. He seldom if ever barks, and just loves to be held and rubbed, but isn’t needy. He’s had a vet exam, and his heart appears clear and he’s in great overall health, according to that report. He runs and jumps like a younger dog, and has no trouble getting in or out of the car, and loves to go of course. He answers to his mind. he also eats well with the other dogs, and hasn’t exhibited any negative behavior or personality issues. he’s been on a big diet, weighing 33.6 lbs. when we got him, he’s down to 27 lbs., but like needs to loose another 5 pounds, so his new owner needs to be committed to his diet, and no people food. He loves to eat, like all Cavaliers. We foster for Cavalier Rescue USA, and you should find him on the website there, please feel out an application there. You will find him featured in many videos on our Facebook page, Spoiled Cavaliers. Here’s a cute video of him, and another in the car.
This was daddy’s assistant’s dog.
Please read and share this post to help make sure justice is achieved. Cookie, a Cavalier mix was beaten to death with a stick Monday May 11, 2015. According to a witness (a neighbor) she saw a person let him out of his back yard, and then chase him with a stick, eventually chasing him onto a porch, cornering him and beating him to death, totally unprovoked. If you know someone in the media, or the Ft. worth TX police dept. or animal control, please call and ask that this matter be investigated to the fullest. They have located the alleged party, though it’s not known what action will be taken. Under TX state law, a dog is “property”, but we want to make sure the case is prosecuted to the maximum amount allowed under the law, and a public outcry is the best way to accomplish that. Corinna Ulloa with animal control in Ft. Worth took the body; she can be reached at 817-223-6802. The incident number with the police dept. is 15-43941, and the phone for the police dept. is 817-335-4222. Please call these agencies and inquire about the case, and voice your support to make sure the matter is fully investigated. Please share this post and if you know someone in the media, forward it to them. The pet owner has asked that any inquiries about the matter go to her friend, Rodney, at 817-320-7628, firstname.lastname@example.org. Following are pictures of the victim and the stick, taken at the scene.
daddy was overwhelmed with all the folks that wanted us to keep posting here, in addition to Facebook, some didn’t have Facebook accts, he wanted you to know you can also get a feed of our videos we post daily at our YouTube channel, just look for Spoiled Cavaliers on you tube, and subscribe to our feed there.
I guess its sad, but since we post every day on Facebook where we have over 25,000 fans, I’ve decided to stop posting here. Were you following the blog? email me and encourage me to start posting again! email@example.com
you will find our video library, over 600 as of early 2015 and growing, at our YouTube channel, “spoiled Cavaliers”
Daddy says we’re famous, we’ve been on HGTV in a special called Pet Palaces, on Good Morning America, and are featured in the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel breed book. We’ve also been in over 25 media articles, including over 10 dog magazines. We usually have a foster brother or sister as we’ve had over 20 rescues in the last few years from Cavalier Rescue USA. You can check their site for available rescues.
I guess its sad, but since we post every day on Facebook, I’ve decided to stop posting here. were you following the blog? email me and encourage me to start posting again! firstname.lastname@example.org
we have 25,000 fans on Facebook, you will love following us there.