From time to time I get asked what members can do on this site. I think the best description of the site is that it is a communications community, a virtual Cavalier convention. In addition there are sub communities (Group) that allow communication within a targeted group of members. Here are some key features:
* Private Mail - the site messaging feature lets you send private messages to other members. It is like using email without the need for email addresses.
* Post,… Continue
Added by Bob Jones on February 28, 2009 at 11:10am —
Wally got a 3 point major in Abilene in January 09 and a 4 point major in Chicago on Saturday, Feb 21. Plus he as 2 other points, he is well on his way to his Championship. His Mom is one of my home bred champions, so he is very very special to me.
Added by Fraye Nellums on February 23, 2009 at 9:49am —
Mackie got his first major this weekend at Santa Clara KC show under judge Florence Males.YIPEEEEEEEEEEE
Added by Mary McHenry on February 20, 2009 at 1:32pm —
Madyson is obsessed with FOOD! I have baby locks on the pantry doors. She has had her stomach pumped twice for inhaling food so fast, I couldn't get it away from her which was granola bars laced with raisins and 2 lbs. of yogurt almonds. She jumped up on the counter to get the almonds (to my surprise) and opened the pantry to get the granola bars. I have her on a diet with supplementing green beans and pumpkin! Help. Does anyone have this same problem. I do give her limited treats of those… Continue
Added by Linda Fisher on February 18, 2009 at 4:30pm —
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Added by Pat Wells on February 16, 2009 at 1:00pm —
Last Sunday, my beloved Tri--Bandit was killed in our yard. A neighbor whose dog was allowed to roam free, attacked my poor baby and killed him with one fling. He broke his neck instantly. I am soooo sick about it. I have contacted my neighbor in person and asked for payment for my dog and expressed my sadness (and anger). He has euthanized his dog, but to me, that is not enough. What do you think I should do, if anything? I know economically, times are difficult, but I would expect him to… Continue
Added by Lori Walker on February 6, 2009 at 4:20pm —