Cavalrite Shez The One (Stella)
Stella is the daughter of Aisha and Jack and she has taken on her mother's personality, to a tee, which means 'out there' personified. Whenever there's mischief in progress, we have no need to ask who is involved, and of course are greeted with totally innocent looks when we investigate.
She has taken more after her father in build and has his affectionate nature, despite the mischief. Aisha grew out of it around 2, so we waiting.
Despite the sighs she stimulates in us we love her to bits and wouldn't be without her. After all, life would be boring without happenings, wouldn't it, although we'd prefer that her utter curiosity didn't lead to having snakes dangling from her mouth (luckily juvenile, and dead), or scaring us with the results of chomping on a cane toad. That was scary.
Tibpaw Miss Marple (Janie)
Well ..... this little cherub arrived and nothing is ever going to be the same. She's picked up the best of both parents' looks and her father's big, absolutely adorable, and adoring personality.
The world is Janie's ocean and she's not going to miss anything it has to offer, inbetween ensuring that her thirst for adoration and love is satisfied.
Surprisingly gentle for her exuberant personality, one can't resist the urgent requests for love or the warmth that she exudes when her requests are met.
She's adorable and has us in stitches ..... often
Cavalrite Jazmyne (Jasmine)
Well, Pippa and Neddy did us proud with this little girl.
Personality plus and pretty as a picture, little Jasmine is noticable by all. She's certainly no wall flower and has the other youngsters on their toes and she bounds around the run, rumbles and plays with them endlessly before crashing for an energy snooze.
Ever smiling and eager for love, little Miss Jasmine is the life of the party.
Cavalrite Georgia On My Mind (Georgia)
Sweet Georgia couldn't be more aptly named. So like her mother in personality. Feminine, sweet and smart.
Having to cope with out there Jasmine is a marvel in itself, but she manages to do it with balance and poise.
We know we're going to enjoy watching this sweet little girl grow into a beautiful young lady.
Cavalrite Ginger Megs (Meg)
Neddy and Mia's baby couldn't fail to be the prettiest and sweetest girl - evva!!
She's an exuberent little furbaby to have in our home as we watch her grow into a young lady :)
Graylancavs African Queen (Scarlett)
This little lady entered our lives with grace. She is the image of her mother in sweetness too.
She likes to play, but no rough stuff for this lil gal, else she'll tell mummy, quick smart!!
A joy to watch as she grows up.
Cavalrite Night Velvet (Sage)
Sage is a beautiful girl inside and out :)
Daughter of our Janie and Jack Sparrow she has collected the very best of both parents. We are delighted that Jack gave her to us with his very last litter.
W enjoy every day watching her grow up
Melriver Chloe (Chloe)
We've got a Melriver girl again !!!!
And delightful she is, as well as full of energy - very full of energy and confident with it. She's a delight to see and meet and has taken this household by storm.
She doesn't take anything from the older kids either and holds her own.
We're delighted with her and thank Trish from Melriver very mudh for the opportunity of adopting this special lil gal.
Our Golden Oldies
Cavalrite Perfect Grace (Gracie)
Utterly beguiling in every way, little Gracie is the daughter of Holly and Rev (Winjax Mira Belle and Clarelly Bad Moon Rising).
Making a choice of the girls in this litter was nigh on impossible for us as their quality was so high and so equal. Only after the choice having been made, on some inexplicable basis which couldn't be defined, did the realisation came to us that this little girl reminded us totally of our little Gracie that we had previously lost to a tick bite.
Gracie's sweet little personality and mannerisms never fail to tug at our heartstrings and we believe she will be equally as engrossing as an adult.
Gracie is now retired from our breeding programme and continues to be our 'special' and 'dramatic' little house girl :) She's remains up on our website because she'd simply be heartbroken to be taken down ...... she considers that as with everything, she and only she is the best of all mothers.
Cavalrite Miss Jacara (Cara)
Our little Cara was actually a mistake ..... our Jack made the executive decision that he was a far better sire than the one intended for Cara's mother, and upped and over the fence to 'do the job' while I was off getting his inended girlfriend. The result was a beautiful little ruby girl.
From her birth, we have had threats of abduction, had to check visitors' bags on the premises and been graced with the company of the sweetest, most regal and absolutely adorable little girl in our lives.
Cara gave us and other families some beautiful babies, only choosing to mate with Duke, and Duke alone until Tom came along and got her approval for her last ever litter. She has only ever had eyes for her own babies and never forgets them when they visit. They're subjected to being treated like 6 week old puppies, with her inspection, cleaning and then asking them to play with her.
No, we couldn't part with our beautiful lady on retirement :)
Winjax Mirabelle (Holly)
Our little Holly is the sweetest of little girls with a touch of 'blonde'. A mixture of innocence, sweetness and perfect behaviour is our little Holly.
Totally worried by strangers, she will bark the alarm and not come within touching reach, but with us, she's up having gentle cuddles at a second's notice.
Everybody loves Holly - she is always being smothered in kizzes by the others and still to this day, plays with the youngsters ..... you can hear her woooo woooo woooing, which is her at play noise.
One wouldn't know that she's had several litters, or that she's as old as she is, although there's a little bit of grey occurring on her muzzle these days.
Our special girl will live her life out with us where's she's happy and content.
Chrisindy Miss Andretti (Zena)
A little personality all of her own, Zena will toddle up to strangers and flop onto her back at their feet for a belly scratch. That's her way of saying 'hello'. It's a little disconcerting to say the least, but it has the desired effect - attention and belly rubs :)
A little old lady these days, the flops aren't as frequent as they were, but she still gets her attention by 'talking' now. She's not an 'in your face' girl so she needs to be noticed - she thinks :) She's actually always been a beauty that commands your attention without the antics, but not being vain, Zena thinks she needs help.
A sweet little girl in all ways who gave us Cara in amongst her two litters. Zena is the oldest generation of four generations we have coming down from her lines.
Leolyn Penelopy - Penny
9/5/2004 - 16/2/2016
Penny was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of lymphatic cancer back in July/August 2011 and our beautiful vets, Kathy and Shannon instigated protocols to allow Penny to be treated locally. Treatment commenced as soon as the condition was confirmed. The little trojan trundled into the vet once a week for the first few months and then fortnightly to have her treatment. She didn't complain about the need to isolate her from the others although she was able to see the other kids and everything that was going on. She responded very well to the treatment and halfway through her bloods were normal. Penny had her last treatment on the 17th February 2012 and her bloods remain normal. Once her immunity rebuilds, Penny can join in on the day's activities again. She has monthly checkups for a while but no more chemo !!!!!!
We are soooooo proud of our little girl. She took everything in her stride, the needles, the mild tummy upsets for a day or so after, and the isolation. If ever there was a little dog that would indicate that it's worth the time, the expense and the worry of treating cancer - she would be it. We hope she goes on now to live a normal happy life.
Our special thanks to our wonderful vets and staff who not only reorganised their day and surgery protocols for Penny but also ensured that she felt very special and loved throughout her long ordeal. Neither Penny, nor I, could have endured it as well as we have without their support.