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Puppies from a Puppy Mill

Puppy Mill Dogs! These dogs came from a puppy mill in West TX. They sold the dogs because they had too many, or sometimes they sell dogs if they have bad markings, or are sterile, etc, etc. Most of the time they are infested with fleas, etc etc, but their tails are still wagging. Its so sad. There were about a dozen Cavalier King Charles Spaniels in this lot. You can find rescues (including these when ready for adoption) ready for adoption at the national rescue group’s web site. The rescue organization always holds the dogs for some period of time to evaluate their mental and physical health

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  • kate on October 2, 2009

    They are adorable. I hope they all find good forever homes where they, too, can be spoiled, as befits a cavalier.

  • Lori on October 3, 2009

    Bless their little hearts. Give them hugs and kisses from me! I’m sure they will find wonderful homes thanks to the rescue group. In case I have not said it before, thank you for volunteering your time and home to help, you are a very special person.

  • Sharon on October 7, 2009

    I have a cavalier mix that looks like the solid black one! In fact someone forward me this saying it was Chrissie’s little sister. Could you send us your email address? I used to have five cavaliers, lost my last one in December 2002 and rescued Chrissie in March 2003.

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