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Watson is almost finished his CH title – and gains a Group placement?

It was another fabulous weekend in Yakima for Mr Watson (Kazuri’s Time To Solve A Mystery).

On Friday, he went WD/BOW and BOB and then onto a Toy Group 4 under judge Mrs Linda Hurlebaus. On Saturday he went WD/BOW under judge Mr. Mel SaranchukOn Sunday he went WB/BOW under judge Mr. John F Booth

Thank you to these judges for finding our Watson this weekend!

This *might* have finished his CH title – I am not quite sure. He either has finished or just has 1 point to go. If he has finished, that means he did it in 2 weekends of being in the ring, and only defeated once in the classes – every other time he went BOW or BOB.

I will try to figure out where our points total is at – I think we are at 14. In the meantime, either way, we are celebrating this sweet, happy boy.

Kiss (Kinvaar Kiss This TKN) x Denny (GCH Covington Designed By Time) : DOB 17 Feb 2020.

Thank you to Tammie Wilcox and Octavia Stensen for showing Wattie this weekend again!

Watson makes a wonderful debut in Lewiston ID

We decided to debut Watson (Kazuri’s Time To Solve A Mystery) at the Lewiston ID cluster as we figured the 4 days would give him a chance to see what this whole “showing” thing was all about.

Well – figure it out, he did. He surprised us all with his success. On Friday he went WD/BOW under judge Mr Larry C Abbott. On Saturday, he went WD/BOW/Best of Variety for a 4 point major under judge Ms Lee Whittier. On Sunday he did it again by going WD/BOW/Best of Variety for a 3 point major under judge Mrs Vicky L Abbott.

What a debut indeed garnering both majors and over half his CH points! Thank you to all of these judges for finding Watson and overlooking his Covid enthusiasm – it is for this reason we hadn’t shown him yet – just wanting him to mature a little 🙂 HAHA.

Watson is the son of my imported girl from Debbie Kerr, “Kiss” (Kinvaar Kiss This TKN) and “Denny” (GCH Covington Designed By Time). Thank you to Heidi Mohn and Carla Mathies for letting me use their sweet boy on my Kissaroo.

Thank you to Tammie John Sommerson-Wilcox and Octavia Stensen for presenting him so beautifully this weekend. And thank you to Megan Hogan and Jeff for letting me borrow “our” boy so he could start on his CH title. I appreciate it so much.

Charlotte’s cavalier pups turn 10 weeks

I love these pups so much. These are bold and bright and so much fun. It has been my pleasure to be their breeder and raise them. The first one is going to his new home and so I needed to run up to the studio for my favorite photos on my blue chair.

Enjoy the photos this week

Holly

Cole

Leon

Thank you so much for your interest in my puppies – at this stage I am not taking any new enquiries for cavalier puppies as my waitlist is full. Thank you for understanding.

The cavalier babies venture outside.

The cavalier babies are big enough to go outside, but it has been a bit cold and rainy. Today we had a break in the rain and so we took them outside for their first garden adventure.

They had a lot of fun and especially enjoyed being with the other big dogs but only lasted about 30 minutes before they were shivering and cold so we took them back inside. But all in all it was a successful adventure.

I love these little pumpkins and watching them grow and explore. It’s hard to believe they are 5 weeks old already.

Thank you for your interest in my breeding program. We have an existing waitlist and so these puppies will be spoken for. If you want to be considered for future puppies, please visit my “Puppy page” for details.

The Cavalier babies update

I got Covid-19 this week – thankfully I am vaccinated and so my symptoms have been fairly mild – mostly I have been exhausted and so I have been just in “get the basics done” mode. And so, taking photos got put on the back burner until I felt up to doing it.

The babies are growing like beautiful little weeds – they are stronger and playing together. They are running and wrestling and growling and have definitely found their sweet little voices barking with delight when I bring their meals. They LOVE food 🙂 It’s good. They are eating 3 meals a day now and only nursing a few times a day – Charlotte is enjoying becoming more of a playmate than a mommy.

Enjoy their latest photos.

Holly

Cole

Leon

Thank you for your interest in my breeding program. We have an existing waitlist and so these puppies will be spoken for. If you want to be considered for future puppies, please visit my “Puppy page” for details.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year From Kazuri

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from everyone here at Kazuri.

From the beagle and cavalier babies:

Cinamon (Girl)

Nutmeg (Boy 1)

Ginger (Boy 2)

Clove (Boy 3)

Holly

Cole

Leon

Thank you for your interest in my breeding program. We have an existing waitlist and so these puppies will be spoken for. If you want to be considered for future puppies, please visit my “Puppy page” for details.

Charlotte & Christopher’s cavalier pups turn 2 weeks old

To say I am thrilled is an understatement. Being a breeder is hard work – it comes with ups and downs – from the highs of awards and placements and beautiful litters, to the devastating blows of a missed litter or a puppy passing away after nights staying up around the clock trying to save it’s life. I wouldn’t trade it – it just comes with the territory.

So – when I get a litter that thrives from day 1, I thank God in Heaven. I don’t take it lightly.

Charlotte is a wonderful mother and keeps her babies clean and very well fed. We hardly hear a peep from them. I can’t be more thankful than that.

So – this weeks litter comes with a smile on my face that these little babies are right on track to where they should be. Their eyes have just opened so I know movement is just around the corner.

I decided to name them Christmas names – because why not – it is the most wonderful time of the year afterall. My favorite time of the year in fact. <3

Girl – now Holly (since her mother was originally Mistletoe)

Boy 1 – now Cole (after the late Great Nat King Cole)

Boy 2 – now Leon (an anagram of Noel)

Thank you for your interest in my puppies – at this stage, because of my waitlist, there will not be any puppies available for new enquiries. thank you for understanding.

Charlotte and Christopher’s cavalier pups are 1 week

It is crazy to think we are already at 1 week, but here we are. The babies are thriving. The had a slow start for a few hours and as soon as the anesthetic wore off they were string and vigorous. They only lost a tony bit of weight and then have gained well ever since.

Charlotte is a wonderful mother – surgery hasn’t really impacted her – she loves her babies very much and she take wonderful care of them.

So – without further ado – here they are:

Boy 1

Boy 2

Girl

Thank you for your interest in my puppies – at this stage, because of my waitlist, there will not be any puppies available for new enquiries. thank you for understanding.

Charlotte has her puppies

I am thrilled to announce the safe arrival of Charlotte’s puppies to Christopher (CH Lockestar Hundred Acre Wood).

Since she had such a long drawn out labor last time, we decided to do a scheduled c-section. The days leading up to her birth were spent at the vets office doing reverse progesterone, determining whether it was the right day or not. I appreciate Dr Thoreson from Klahaya Animal Hospital so much – for his care and caution keeping my girls and puppies so safe.

Surgery went smoothly. We got 3 healthy babies – 2 boys and a girl. All blenheims. They were a little sleepy at first from the anesthetic, but we got them nursing a little before we left the clinic.

I cant wait to watch them grow <3

Phoenix gets a great MRI Scan

Anyone who knows me, knows that health testing is important to me and my breeding program.

MaryBeth from Embee cavaliers in Ontario Canada hosts MRI scanning clinics at TVVS several times a year. My friend Alisha from Lockestar cavaliers was taking a few of her dogs and so I was lucky enough to send Phoenix as well.

She was 2 years 8 months at the time of scanning.

Here were results:

Chiari-like malformation present: Mild
Syringomyelia : Grade 0
Syringomyelia location: NA
Atlantooccipital overlap grading: Grade 0
Dorsal compressive AA band grading: Grade 0
Medullary elevation/kinking: Absent
Ventricular dilation: Normal
Cerimunous Otitis: Right sided.

I am thrilled with these results. <3