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Reply Lucy Velasquez
2:02 PM on October 27, 2017 
Dear Bev,
I can?t begin to tell you what great joy Maui brings to our home. He is so well mannered and all your recommendations that you have given me worked. We are thrilled to have him as part of our family. It all has to do with the breeder. I believe that 100%
Reply Beverly Gostovich
12:57 PM on October 9, 2017 
ScottUnlon says...
Hi

Hi. I hope you enjoy this website. Bev
Reply Beverly Gostovich
1:54 PM on August 13, 2017 
Sher Isenberg says...
Your dogs are beautiful! We are not quite ready for another dog, but when the time comes...yours will be at the top of our list!

Thank You Sher! I look forward to hearing from you.
Reply Sher Isenberg
3:24 PM on August 11, 2017 
Your dogs are beautiful! We are not quite ready for another dog, but when the time comes...yours will be at the top of our list!
Reply Sher Isenberg
3:23 PM on August 11, 2017 
Such beautiful dogs! Please add me to your list. We aren't quite ready for another dog yet....but your dogs would be at the top of our list!
Reply Beverly Gostovich
7:12 PM on February 21, 2017 
downslakekennel says...
Hi Jewell,
I totally agree with you on the information you have given in regards to the eye certifications. I know that this is a heartfelt subject from your experience with your beloved springer who became blind. I would like you to consider that it may be more important to have several generations of normal testings since it is a hereditary defect. I believe there is a much bigger picture than yearly testings of the same two breeding pair. We have done 5 generations of yearly eye certifications on our breeding pairs and DNA testing for Progressive Retinal Atrophy which is recessive and can be easily eliminated.
Reply Beverly Gostovich
7:10 PM on February 21, 2017 
Jewell says...
These are beautiful babies and I can see that Bev loves them dearly but please ask that she have them tested for eye problems every year (CERF) and especially before breeding. The puppies should really be tested too. English Springer Spaniels have a history of genetic inherited eye diseases that may not show up until the dog is older. Some people think testing is not important because this is just a pet - not a breeder - but it can be heartbreaking down the line if the companion you love goes blind.
http://essfta.org/essfta/health_research.htm#eyes
Reply Wendy
12:21 AM on December 15, 2014 
I am so impressed and amazed at your dedication with training your pups. We used to have 2 springers whom we adored but have passed. We now have a field spaniel and border collie, which is enough to manage for now, but I would love to have another springer someday. I would be thrilled to get one of yours. Maybe someday. Kudos on your fine kennel and lovely springers!
Reply Amy Barber
10:43 PM on March 13, 2014 
Hello......Ebony.....I hope you are doing well....I am hoping and praying you will have a smooth delivery.

Hello Bev....so very very exciting.....
Reply Dee Brandt
10:47 AM on September 22, 2013 
Bev, I love your site. I did fill out a Puppy Application and when you do another breeding if you could keep me in mind; I would be interested.
Reply Carolyn Smelcer
8:48 AM on April 28, 2013 
Thank-you for going to lunch with Pam and me and for all the advice. Looking forward to going to the May show with you
Reply yonikkijamesz5
6:19 AM on June 16, 2011 
Amazing webpage by Carisa Heuer
Reply Smoossetoorce
3:43 PM on February 7, 2011 
heya everybody I am new here

I just found this forum from researching several keywords for my school project. I simply wanted to say hello to everyone. Thanks!
Reply Cathi
10:27 AM on January 3, 2011 
Grandma Bev, Sofie (Shawna) is doing so well! One accident since she has been home and it was my fault for not being quick enough! She fetches and returns like a champ at only 8 and a half weeks old and already knows and comes to her name in just 3 and a half days. She is truly a love bug. Thanks so much for the work you do with the puppies before they come home. It makes for a very smooth transition. See you in a couple of weeks!
Reply Linda Sewerker
10:18 PM on December 19, 2010 
I would like to send you some photos Bev, now that Rocky is almost a year. I am writing a story about family pets too and will send you a copy.
Reply Beverly Gostovich
1:19 AM on December 7, 2010 
Hi Jewell,
I totally agree with you on the information you have given in regards to the eye certifications. I know that this is a heartfelt subject from your experience with your beloved springer who became blind. I would like you to consider that it may be more important to have several generations of normal testings since it is a hereditary defect. I believe there is a much bigger picture than yearly testings of the same two breeding pair.
Reply Jewell
12:56 PM on December 6, 2010 
These are beautiful babies and I can see that Bev loves them dearly but please ask that she have them tested for eye problems every year (CERF) and especially before breeding. The puppies should really be tested too. English Springer Spaniels have a history of genetic inherited eye diseases that may not show up until the dog is older. Some people think testing is not important because this is just a pet - not a breeder - but it can be heartbreaking down the line if the companion you love goes blind.
http://essfta.org/essfta/health_research.htm#eyes
Reply Sharon DeCarr
10:14 AM on November 30, 2010 
Hi Granma (Moe) wishes you and the family Happy Holidays!!! He will be three years old soon. He wants a baby sister for Christmas. Well Dad and I don't know if we think he is ready. It's the training 2 dogs to get a long in the same house. The teething, the up all nites till the little one starts sleeping. Guess we will just have to wait till Santa decides.

Moe


PS: I have moved to Conyers, GA
Reply [email protected]
2:29 AM on November 18, 2010 
Hi Bev! Willow (formerly wishes) is now 10 months old and calming down nicely! She has learned not only Sit and Down but also Stay, Jump up, Twirl, and Go to Jail (sit in the hallway when she's rowdy) she LOVES to learn new tricks! She jogs next to a bicycle instead of walks and likes to dance when we dance, such a happy girl!
Reply [email protected]
4:43 PM on November 13, 2010 
Enjoyed your site and browsing your pics!

Kim
www.TheKingsCavaliers.com