Our Club provides this list to help potential Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppy buyers locate a breeder in their area, to help breeders find wonderful homes for their Cavalier King Charles puppies, to educate new Cavalier owners about the breed, and to inform them about our local Cavalier breed club in Houston.
While all of these breeders are regular members of our club, the club does not guarantee that all of them will meet your personal standards. Therefore you must take the responsibility to do your own research.
Our club has an extensive Code of Ethics, which applies 100% in this Breeder Referral Program. Please read the Code of Ethics page as it has a definite impact on what is expected from the breeders that participate in the Breeder Referral Program.
The following are additional guidelines for the Breeder Referral Program:
a.) All Cavaliers, adults and puppies, are to be kept in clean and sanitary conditions with proper home care.
b.) An OFA "NORMAL" heart certificate, showing examination by a CARDIOLOGIST, on the mother and father of the litter must be provided to new pet buyers. The exam date on theses certificates should be dated within one year of the date of breeding. However, if the sire of the litter is over the age of 5, a NORMAL heart certificate may be provided only through the age of 5.
c.) An OFA eye certificate from the Canine Animal Eye Registry (CAER) on the mother and father of the litter must be provided to new pet buyers. The exam date on these certificates should be dated within one year of the date of breeding.
d.) All puppies must be registered with the American Kennel Club.
e.) Puppies are not allowed to leave before the age of eight weeks and are to be accompanied by the following when they go to their new homes:
1.) Written sale agreement;
2.) Feeding instructions;
3.) Shot and worming records;
4.) Current Certificate of Health signed by a Veterinarian;
5.) Pedigree showing at least three generations;
6.) OFA "NORMAL" heart certificates on the mother and the father with a normal heart only through the age of 5.;
7.) Companion Animal Eye Registry (CAER) certificates on mother and father; and
8.) CKCSC of Greater Houston Membership Application form.
9.) AKC Registration or appropriate papers to transfer ownership.
Any deviations from the guidelines should be thoroughly discussed with any potential puppy buyers.
Any written or emailed complaints received by any member of the Board of Directors will be taken very seriously. Complaints will be referred to the Board of Directors for review and recommendation. If the issue is not properly resolved, participants may be subject to discipline, up to and including dismissal from the Breeder Referral Program and revocation of membership in CKCSCGH.
Puppies & Adults
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Puppies & Adults