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Hosted by Northern Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Society

This Clinic is now fully booked – watch this space for next available date.

21st November 2018
Newchurch Parish Hall
Church Lane
near Warrington, WA3 5ET

Here is an opportunity to take part in a Doppler Trial Clinic – if you have a Cavalier from about 20 mths to 4 years old and would be interested there is one taking place mid-week as many of you have full weekends at this time of year. The 21st November is not far away and the venue is Newchurch Parish Hall, Church Lane, Culcheth, near Warrington, WA3 5ET. Take advantage of the trial price at £60 per dog (inc. VAT) and no Kennel Club admin fees for the trial clinic. If you are interested and want to know more please contact:


It is hoped that by the end of November we will have seen at least 80 dogs through the trial and ideally there will be just one more trial clinic to follow which we hope to hold in the South West. Support for your Breed is much appreciated.

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8th December 2018


"Christmas Themed"

Judge: Mrs J GuvercinGlebeheath

Come and enjoy a FESTIVE atmosphere with Mince Pies and Mulled Wine, the chance to win a Luxury Hamper on the raffle ....... and there’ll even be some Figgy Pudding!!!
Prizes for all 1st placings, BIS, BPIS & BVIS and lots more!!
Book your lunch – again this year with a choice of menu.
Main Course £6:00 per person and desert £2:00.

Don’t forget to put your menu choice in the table on the reverse of the Entry Form

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YEARBOOK VOL 55 – 2018

Members are invited to place an advertisement in the next edition of the Club Yearbook, which will be published at the Club’s next Championship show on 2nd March 2019.
Members wishing to take space should download and return the Yearbook Advertisement Order Form which also contains information relating to the preferred type of copy and size of photographs / graphics required.
Deadline for postal advertisements is Postmarked 31st December 2018, any copy received after postmark deadline date will be returned unopened.
As an added incentive a discount of 10% on the published prices is offered to those able to submit their copy by an earlier deadline of 26th November 2018, UK Time.
Please note that only orders placed by Club members can be accepted. The Club accepts no responsibility for health test claims made in adverts and members are politely reminded that they ned to be able to substantiate any claims made.
Click to go to the Yearbook Booking page.

Qualification requirements for entry at CRUFTS 2019 can be found by visiting the CRUFTS website. Click to visit.

The Schedule is available via Fosse Data and on-line entries are accepted. Click to visit Fosse Data Crufts.

Exhibitor car parking update for Crufts 2019 – Please note that the West car park is no longer part of the NEC site, so all parking will be in either the South or East car parks in which there is ample parking. There are also changes to parking charges as follows: booked with entry (dog exhibitors only), £11 per day; booked in advance via the NEC website, £12 per day; paid on the day (online or at the NEC), £16 per day. Please note that the Kennel Club does not set the car parking tariff, this is done by the NEC Birmingham.
Cavaliers As Companions – October / November

In this months edition Tina & Denis report on the sad passing of Jane Bowdler and the work of her Great Grandfather Sir John Everett Millais. They also report on the recent Cavalier Sports Day plus much more. Click to read
"Over 5’s Clear Heart List" updated 5 November 2018

The Over 5’s Clear Heart list has been updated as at 5th November 2018.
Click to go to the listings.
New heart scheme for Cavaliers to undergo trial phase

A new heart scheme for the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel has been developed by the Kennel Club (KC) and Veterinary Cardiovascular Society (VCS) in consultation with Cavalier King Charles Spaniel breed clubs. The KC/VCS heart scheme, which is the first collaboration between all parties involved, is set to trial 100 dogs over the coming months before it rolls out to all Cavalier breeders and owners later in the year.
The aim is to reduce the prevalence of Mitral Valve Disease (MVD), a deadly heart disorder in Cavaliers that affects more than 40% of the breed in the UK alone.
Click to read the KC Press Release and for links to the FAQ.

Please note that the CKCS Heart Test Result forms should be sent to Mrs E Smith, 9 Elm Grove, Larbert, Stirlingshire, FK5 3LP for inclusion in the research database and for the production of the Over 5 Heart Listing.
Looking For a Puppy? - CKCS Puppy Register

The Cavalier Club runs a register of puppies available from Club Members who can put details of puppies and older dogs they have for sale on the Cavalier Club Puppy Register.
The Club has recently introduced a slightly more formal system for placing a dog on its Register. A form now needs to be completed which can be downloaded from the Puppy Register Pages. The form includes details of any health certificates obtained for the parents, so that prospective puppy buyers can have more information before visiting a possible puppy.
If you wish to add your dogs to the Club’s Register, download the Puppy Register Form and send to The Co-ordinator.
Anyone looking to purchase a puppy is recommended to contact one of the Club Puppy Register Co-ordinators, Veronnica Hull, telephone 01268 727248 and Sylvia Lymer, telephone 01530 831929, for details of puppies available. - Puppy Register

When your puppies have been sold would you please advise the Puppy Register Co-Ordinator so that they may be removed from the lists.
Updated 01.06.11
Show Critiques

We endeavour to publish ALL Championship Show critiques on Cavaliers.
However if you are judging at a Cavalier Breed Club Limited or Open Show, we would love to have the results and your critique to publish for all to read. If you would like us to publish it just send it attached to an email to the Webmaster or by snail mail to Dave Norris.
Unlike some of the Dog Press, we do not edit any critique, what the Judge sends us is what appears.
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club is registered with the UK Information Commissioner’s Office under the Data Protection Act 2018 as a Data Controller. Registration Number Z9120799
The Cavalier Club does not provide details of its members to any third party without the express agreement of that member.
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Video & What To Do,
Show Results & Critiques
See Show Calendar for more.
CKCS Clubs Show Schedules
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CRUFTS (10 March 19)
Scottish Club Open Show (16 Feb 19)
CKCS Club Judges List
Click to view the Club Judges List and criteria.
Seminars, Health Clinics & Special Events
Visit the Special Events section for full details of forthcoming events.
CKCS Club Health Day (10 Nov 18)
Health testing is also carried out at the majority of regional CKCS Club events – see schedules for details.
Changes to KC Rules
Read the latest changes and updates.
– DNA Identification required
Highways England Traffic
Click to check for traffic delays on your route to the shows.
Golden Oldies
Demonstrating that Cavaliers can be a long lived breed.
Read More
The Cavalier Club Code Of Best Practice
Click to read the KC Code of Ethics and CKCS Club Code of Best Practice
Cavalier Clubs Health Leaflet
A leaflet giving details of the three main health issues currently screened for in Cavaliers. – Download the Cavalier Clubs Health Leaflet
Over Fives Heart Database
List of Cavaliers aged 5 and over who have a certificate from a cadiologist that shows the dog has a clear heart when checked for MVD
Read more

Updated 05/11/18
MRI Test Centers
List of centers offering reduced rate MRI scans.
Read more
KC / BVA Chiari Malformation / Syringomyelia Scheme
Kennel Club & BVA official CM/SM Scheme
Download the Scheme Notes
A Guide to the Significance of Heart Murmurs in Cavaliers
So, you have done the right thing and taken your dog to a cardiologist for heart testing. What should you do now? – Read the answer
CKCS Health Breeding Programme – EBV
Read more
The KC Mate Select Programme
KC Mate Select web site
KC Health Test Finder
Search The Kennel Club for any health results for a dog which is registered at the Kennel Club.
KC Health Test Finder.
Kennel Club CC/DE DNA Results
KC CC/DE DNA Test Results
Kennel Club EF Test Results
KC EF Test Results
Kennel Club MRD Eye Results –
KC MRD Open Register
Vaccines For Dogs
Advice for Dog Owners
DNA From SM Clear Cavaliers Aged Over 5
Do you have a Cavalier that is over 5 and clear of SM?
Why not help research and submit a sample of your dog's DNA to the Researchers?
Read more
The Syringomyelia Cavalier Collection Scheme
A plea to all owners with a cavalier that has SM confirmed by an MRI scan.
Click for the find out how you may help.

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