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Welcome to our "Puppies" page

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Seagull Previous Litter

All puppies have been placed in this litter.

current litter

Tilley and Magic announce the beautiful arrival of 2 girls and 4 boys born 3-26-2013. Magic is a 10 year old male who is not on any heart meds yet! Magic moves and acts like a five year old. Tilley is Juette Angelique and is featured on the "Girls Page" of our website and she is mom to Zac and Lucy.


2 weeks
2 weeks

2 weeks

4 boys above left photo and 2 girls above right photo

3 weeks
3 weeks

3 weeks

4 boys above left photo and 2 girls above right photo

4 weeks
4 weeks

4 weeks

Above left photo has all the puppies together

Above right photo: "Cavaliers are just the best! They ALL love puppies, no matter who the birth mom is."

2 girls
4 boys
2 Girls
4 Boys
2 girls
1 girl

7 weeks

Above left photo has both girls together, but the girl on the right is wiggly so here is a second photo of just her.

7 weeks

Seagull Sire to our current litter is "Magic"

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Magic at 2 yrs of age
Magic at 10 yrs of age
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Magic at 10 yrs of age
 

Seagull Previous Litter

current litter

 

Misty, daughter of Eve and Tucker are proud parents of a litter born Saturday 12-16-12.

 

2weeks
2 weeks

 

Our puppies are now two weeks old!!!!

Ears and eyes are opening and they react to my voice! Weights are 20-24 ounces.

They loveeeeee the milk bar :)))

A tri male and female are still available.

 

Tri Boys at 3 weeks
Tri Color Boys
Tri Girls at 3 weeks
Tri Color Girls
Blenheim girl at 3 weeks
Blenheim Girl

 

Our puppies are now three weeks old!!!!

One of them barked this week and scared themselves so they haven't done it again!

Taking a few wobbly steps now.

Weights are 1#, 8oz to 1#, 12 oz.

7 weeks
The Five at 7 weeks, saying "We want out of here. There's a big world to see!"
Tri Color Puppies
Tri Color Puppies
 

Seagull Indoor Kennel

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Seagull Outdoor Kennel

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Our goals are to be selective in breeding to improve the breed. Therefore, we only breed occasionally and with great care. While we want to produce awesome show pups, the standards are so high that there are always pet puppies available for loving homes and hearts.

Litters will be listed in the Upcoming Litter area below. If we do not have any pups available, we will be glad to assist you in locating reputable breeders with pups. Other places we encourage you to look is the www.CKSCS.org/puppy (www.ckcsc.org), which is the original Cavalier Club in the USA and has a very high Code of Ethics, which we follow. Another place is the American Cavalier Club (www.ackcsc.org), the AKC parent club for Cavaliers. Those individuals listed are reputable breeders who want only the best for their puppies and are striving to care for the breed.

Please feel free to contact us should you be interested in their delightful, loving breed. We are happy to answer any questions you may have.

Care:

Our adults and puppies are raised in our home with us and not in a separate kennel. They are our family pets first and foremost. The puppies (and adults) enjoy the home environment interactions from moment of birth. They learn normal household routines and noises, like night and day, TV’s, dishwashers, and vacuums. They stay with the mom in the birthing room, aka the laundry room located next to the kitchen, until they are up on their feet and moving around.

At 5-6 weeks we move them to be among the adults so they can start learning potty training, and puppy socialization. It’s very important for a puppy to know to yield to an adult and to leave the adult's food alone. Cavalier adults teach the puppies in a very gentle, yet firm manner. If a ‘stranger’ dog was ‘teaching’ the result may be permanent injury to the puppy.

Cavalier puppies are slow to mature, and they still may enjoy nursing even at 5 weeks, so the time they are emotionally ready for their forever home varies between 9-12 weeks. There are 3 ‘tests’ they must pass before they are ready to leave: 1)They need to learn to enjoy puppy kibble, 2)learn the basics of potty training by going out with the adults, and 3) also to sleep by themselves without crying. There is nothing worse than a crying puppy the first night at its new home. People have written me saying how amazed they are that the puppy slept thru the night and wasn’t afraid to go into their kennel for the night.

Health Testing:

For us, ‘health testing’ refers to the debilitating diseases/conditions Cavaliers are prone to. We are very concerned about health testing of all the adults. We test for 4 areas: Hips and patellas which are graded and heart/eyes yearly by board certified vets. We also have begun testing the adults for Episodic Falling/Dry Eye/Curly Coat conditions now with the new DNA tests available. These tests are posted on the www.OFFA.org website and copies given to all puppy parents.

Deposits:

Once we have a litter on the ground and have determined what we might want to keep for future showing we will accept deposits towards the available puppies in the litter. Deposits are NON-REFUNDABLE unless we are not able to place a puppy from the litter with you by 12 weeks of age.

 

 

Seagull Upcoming Litters

If you would like to discuss adopting one of the pet Puppies, please complete the questionnaire located on the Contact Us page.

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Sometimes folks may realize that a puppy is not for them. After all, puppies require training and a lot of work until they reach adulthood. It's like having a baby. If you find yourself feeling that way, and think you'd rather have an adult, please let me know on the questionnaire. Occasionally, we have an adult we are thinking of placing in a pet home. I'd rather have them living in the lap of luxury if we don't think they will be right for our breeding program, or if we have retired a five year old from our breeeding program. Adoption fees for the 5 year olds are much less and come already house trained, knowing how to beg at the table, and take walks every day. Oh yeah...sleep in the bed, too.

 

Seagull Magazine Stars

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Our dogs have been featured in Petmate advertising.
Eve and Ben enjoyed all the attention and mom enjoyed all the loot!

 

Seagull Problems From Puppy Mills

Below is a link to the news story about 39 female cavaliers being released in Texas in response to the new legislation making anyone with 11 or more intact females a USDA commercial breeder. These female cavaliers were between 4 and 9 years old, filthy, matted, eyes missing, teeth missing/coated in tarter, and have had multiple litters. They probably have never felt grass beneath their feet and were just dumped along side the highway.

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"Abandoned Cavaliers" - Dallas Fort Worth Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club

Warning signs to watch for when searching the internet for a puppy. The Animal Welfare Act is in the process of developing a new law that specifically states that anyone buying a puppy must step foot and visually inspect the location where the puppy was raised. Reputable breeders want to meet the families that get their puppies anyway. If a breeder is willing to ship a puppy to you without you visiting their location then they most likely hold a USDA commercial license and are dealing with high scale sales of puppies. These puppies will not turn out to be what you expected so make sure you always visit the location you are buying your puppy from.

Another warning sign is if you cannot meet the parents of the puppy you are considering. You should always be able to see the dam (mother), but in some cases a stud dog might have been used and the breeding may have been done through artificial insemination. The breeder should be able to give you all the information about the stud dog including the owner so you can reference the owner of the stud dog for additional information.

Please do your homework because when puppies are purchased from individuals who do not care about the welfare of the parents like the "Abandoned Cavaliers" link above demonstrates...we will just continue to hear about these heart-breaking situations where dogs are dumped or abandoned.

 

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