For some reason, many dogs and even cats enjoy licking lotions and other types of topical products off their human’s skin. And dogs seem especially intent on having a lick if the product has a yummy smell, for example, vanilla scented body lotion or coconut oil-based products. via Some Topical Products May Be Dangerous to […]
Many cavalier King Charles spaniels suffer from a painful genetic disorder called dry eye syndrome (keratitis sicca or keratoconjunctivitis sicca — KCS), according to the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ACVO). Research studies have shown that cavaliers are more pre-disposed to KCS — at a relative risk of 11.5% — than any other breed. via […]
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Occasionally we discover veterinary journal articles about one or a few cavalier King Charles spaniels being diagnosed with veterinary disorders rarely found in the breed. These disorders may not be categorized under any specific genetic disorder, and they may not be inherited at all. We include them here just to enable cavalier owners and veterinarians […]
DFW CKCSCThe Dallas Fort Worth Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club is the official AKC recognized Speciality club for the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel in the greater Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex (Dallas and Tarrant County) in North Texas since 2007. The club is an AKC sanctioned Speciality Club at the A-match level working toward AKC Licensure. As a conformation club dedicated to the well being of the CKCS breed, we strive to reach out to the entire Cavalier community with educational seminars, socials and health clinics.
Associate membership is open to all individuals who own Cavalier King Charles Spaniels or would like to learn more about Cavaliers and the sport of AKC dog shows.