THE CAVALIER CHRONICLE
Please note that our meetings have now been moved to the second Wednesday of each month.
If you have an agenda item for the meeting, please email club president Paula Ayers at email@example.com
Mark your calendars for our future meetings! NO OCTOBER MEETING! Board Meeting TBA November 13, 2019 at the Red Lobster. NO board meeting December 15, 2019 December Holiday Luncheon
To view all the winners, click on the following links:
Saturday Sweeps & Specialty Results: http://infodog.com/results/results.htm?evno=2019516501&bno=51400&sdt=08/04/19&edt=09/03/19
Sunday Specialty Results: http://infodog.com/results/results.htm?evno=2019516502&bno=51400&sdt=08/04/19&edt=09/03/19
We had a GREAT evening at the host hotel with lots of good food and beverages and a great discussion with our judges and exhibitors. A huge THANK YOU to Alice Alford for selling raffle tickets, programs and putting together the best exhibitor bags! Thanks to Linda Whitmire for donating the trophies for Saturday and the raffle spaniel bowl. Thank you to all the people who donated to support the club and the Specialty show!
WINTER SPECIALTY SHOW - 2020
We will be holding our Holiday Luncheon on Sunday, December 15, 2019, from 1 pm to 5 pm at the home of club member Margie Roe. The club will be providing the ham, iced tea, water and set up. Please bring a dish to share! Evite invitations were emailed this month to club members. Please be sure to RSVP to the EVITE invitation. There is also a poll where you can indicate what type of dish you are planning to bring to the luncheon. We will also be celebrating our member’s achievements and membership awards along with the club Member of the Year Award. We will have our ‘white cavalier’ gift exchange also. If you wish to participate, please bring an unmarked, wrapped gift valued between $25 and $30 dollars. We will also be supporting Pickens Animal Rescue Ranch again. Please bring donations of items (they are listed on the Evite invitation) or you can donate money directly to the Ranch via the link on the Evite invitation.
Do you have a new titleholder? A new AKC CGC or THD title? Has your cavalier been registered as a Therapy Dog? New performance titleholder? Achiever Dogs? If so, send in your paperwork to have your cavalier recognized at our December Holiday Party! INFORMATION IS DUE TO SHARON UTYCH BY OCTOBER 1, 2019 for the period of October 1, 2018, to September 30, 2019. All the information can be found on our club website at: https://ckcscatlanta.org/member-achievement-recognition-program
A SPECIAL THANK YOU
NATURAL REMEDY FOR BRUISED OR SORE MUSCLES
Let’s say your dog overdid it at the weekend agility trials or tangled with a neighbor’s dog. You broke up the fight quickly.
Upon inspection of your dog from head to tail, you notice he has bruising on his abdomen caused by the pressure of a tooth dragging across the body. However, there is no evidence of any puncture wounds, and your dog is not showing any signs of pain.
Natural treatment option: arnica. This homeopathic medicine is from a sunflower perennial that blooms in the early spring and is also known as Leopard’s Bane.
It is available in pellets, creams and gel forms at health stores and also through Amazon.com.
Giving Arnica 30 c in pellet form (four to six pellets equal one dose) to your dog to help with pain and resolve inflammation quickly.
Always discuss any treatment with your vet.
RECIPE OF THE MONTH
Quick & Easy Peanut Butter Dog Treats
- 2 cups flour
- 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter - crunchy can also be used
- 2 eggs
- 1/4 cup water
You can use other kinds of peanut butter such as chunky, but if you do you’ll probably need to add more water to the mixture in order to make it into a workable dough.
- Preheat your oven to 350 F.
- Mix together your flour, peanut butter & eggs in a large bowl until slightly combined.
- Add in a little bit of water (approximately one Tbsp at a time) until the mixture becomes wet enough to roll out as dough.
- Roll out your dough & cut out your favorite shapes with some cookie cutters.
- Place your treats onto your baking sheet & cook for about 15 minutes. For a little bit of crunch, I like to take mine out once the bottoms start to darken.