About Kamawarie established in 1987

Our first Cavalier "Kimbeau" in 1993. Kamawarie Cavaliers are a mother ( Marie) and daughter ( Karen) show and breeding team that are Bred With Care, Raised With Love and Shown With Pride. Health testing is considered to be of the utmost importance at Kamawarie. All our breeding cavaliers are heart checked annually by Richard Woolley, veterinary cardiologist. All hold current heart clear certificates. They are all eye tested every two years by Robin Stanley, veterinary ophthalmologist. They all hold current eye clear certificates. They have all been DNA tested for dry eye, curly coat and episodic falling and are all clear, Raja is CLEAR for Episodic Falling but a CARRIER for Dry Eye and Curly Coat. This means he can only be mated to a bitch who has tested CLEAR for Dry Eye and Curly Coat. All our 5 adult breeding cavaliers (2 dogs and 3 bitches) have been MRI scanned clear for SM. Ky, Rajah, Elly, Rosie and Molly. They will all be scanned again after 5 years of age. Our two young cavaliers, Jonty and Freya, will be scanned at 2.5 - 3 years of age and again after 5 years. Each time we breed a litter of pups we are able to put money back into our health testing regime thereby consistently improving the genetic health of our cavaliers at Kamawarie. Puppies and older dogs are sometimes available to carefully selected homes .All pups and older dogs are DESEXED, microchipped and vaccinated before leaving Kamawarie. Puppy enquiries are always welcome and stud enquiries to approved fully health tested bitches.

Welcome to Kamawarie

Welcome to Kamawarie


"Dogs are our link to paradise. They don't know evil or jealousy or discontent. To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring — it was peace." 

 

Milan Kundera 

 


Our love affair with the Cavalier started over twenty years ago when we purchased our very first pet - a beautiful Tricolour boy named 'Kimbeau'. The meaning of his name was stated as "Brave and of Royal Birth". How very appropriate we thought for this wonderful breed of dog!

Of course we could not stop at just one Cavalier! How many people before and after us have discovered how very moreish these little dogs are!
We were drawn like magnets to dog shows every weekend just so we could see more and more Cavaliers and all four colours! It did not take very long at all before we too were well and truly bitten by the showing bug and we were on our way with our first show quality Cavaliers.
We are still enjoying the show scene immensely and have met many wonderful people along the way and learned to avoid the other variety. We have been incredibly fortunate in that we have benefited from the guidance and advice of some of the "best in the business"!
We hope you enjoy your journey through Kamawarie and that you will call back from time to time.

Marie & Karen

                                                                                  
















































































           


































"They never talk about themselves but listen to you while you talk about yourself, and keep up an appearance of being interested in the conversation.

Jerome K. Jerome" 


















 


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Nicole | Reply 07.03.2016 17.43

We would love to welcome a cavalier into our family towards the end of the year, and as it will be our first cavalier I really need to know where to start!

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Hi just wondering when you are planning your next litter?

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