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Introducing my new dog - Evie, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

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This is Evie who has been with us for nearly 4 weeks.  She is a retired breeding girl and is 3.5 years old.  We're having a great time introducing her to all the local Cavaliers (we have a very active local Cavalier group) and all the local sites.  :)

 

She has fitted in really well with Phoebe (my blenheim girl) and the cats, the only problem I am having is that she is scared of the pet flap.  My flap is hard and has a strong magnet as the door faces south and we get strong southerlies here.

 

Anyway, here are some photos.  The first is the first day in the Blue Mountains, the second is after a week at home and then lastly at a friend's house where she will use their soft flap pet door.  :)

first day in Mtns.jpg

one week.jpg

on tramp bed.jpg

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Welcome! She looks very sweet :) Love the colour ...hope she gets used to the kerTHUMP soon :)  :love: 

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stellnme   

What a beautiful girl.  We have taken the hard flap off our doggy door for our two little ones - it was too hard for their tiny heads to push.  We get the odd fly finding the gap now and then, but it makes life so much easier to have the girls use the door.

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Gretel   

Aww hello Evie :) Glad she’s fitting in well. We just have a heavy flap of fabric replacing the hard flap on our doggy door. 

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I can't figure out how to detach this flap, otherwise I would change it temporarily.  I think she will get there, eventually, and I figure if the tiny cat can use it, she will.  lol  We do a bit of training each day and I tie it up when I go out.  

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mita   

I have dog/cat flaps that have a clip at the top.  When I want the pets to go in and out, I clip it up. When not, I clip it down.  Your new girl looks gorgeous & very happy in her new home.  Enjoy!

 

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