Everyone enjoys a run on the beach!

Enjoying the Sun at the Tacoma Waterfront

Cavaliers of Puget Sound

Relaxing at the Mukilteo Lighthouse Park

Cavaliers of Puget Sound

Taking in some Sun at Marymoor Park

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Benefits

Cavaliers of Puget Sound

"After falling in love with Cavaliers several years ago, we joined the club to gain knowledge about the breed and to participate in activities with other Cavalier owners."


Don and Joanne Knobbs
Pensrick Caileag Tammy RN (Cricket), and CAN and US CH Pensrick Haley's Kiss (Haley)

Get to know the Cavaliers of Puget Sound

Thank you for your interest in our club. Please take the time to read about how our club began, sign up for our newsletter, visit our library for resources on cavaliers, or learn about cavalier rescue. We also have information about cavaliers that compete in agility, obedience and rally.

If you'd like to meet who our officers and board of directors are; you can also see that is this section of our site.

Finally, we'd like to invite you to join our membership. You can check our meeting schedule on the club calendar to find out what shows, competitions, activities and events are coming.

The Cavaliers of Puget Sound Board and Officers

NamePositionContact
Ruth LerdaPresident
Dawn LindemaierVice-President
Susan BentonSecretary
Janice StantonTreasurer
Jeannie Jazuk DunnDirector
Maryln LovellDirector
OpenDirector 

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club of Puget Sound Membership Information


Cavaliers of Puget Sound offers more than one type of membership.

  • Family
  • Associate
  • Regular

The membership application details more information regarding dues, breeder's listing benefits, voting privileges, etc. Your membership contact person would be Susan Benton sgbenton@frontier.com

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club of Puget Sound Library

CHECKING OUT ITEMS: Email to Ruth Lerda– cavalierluv@q.com your requested title. Books can be hand delivered at the next meeting; or for a $5 fee, mailed to your home address. Oversized books cannot be mailed.

Library Listing -- Katie Eldred Collection

  • Clare Rushbridge’s 2005 Syringomeylia National Presentation on DVD
  • All About the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel 1983, Evelyn Booth
  • The American Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
    Annual Vol. 1-1997, Vol.11-1998, Vol. III-1999, Vol. IV-2000, Vol. V-2001, Annual and National Specialty Catalog 2002 and 2003
  • Animal Talk 1989, Penelope Smith
  • The Canadian Kennel Club Book of Dogs-Centennial Edition 1988
  • The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel 1975, Susan Burgess
  • The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel 1999, Norma Moffat
  • Cavalier King Charles Spaniels 1964, Eilidh Stenning
  • Cavalier King Charles Spaniels 1997, Ken Town
  • The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel 1999, Margaret Workman
  • Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club of Canada 2003 Yearbook, Vol. 26
  • The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club of New South Wales – Yearbook 2002 Vol. 24
  • The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club Yearbook (UK)
    Vol. 23-1986, Vol. 24-1987, Vol. 28-1991, Vol. 29-1992, Vol. 30-1993, Vol. 31-1994, Vol. 34-1997, Vol.36-1999/2000 Millennium Yearbook, Vol. 37-2000, Vol. 38-2001
  • Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club USA, Yearbook
    1976-Vol. 26, 2000-Vol. 30, 2001-Vol. 31, 2003-Vol. 33
  • The Collins Guide to Dog Nutrition 1972, Dr. Donald Collins
  • Dogs Rein Poortviet (oversize)
  • Dogs Never Lie About Love 1997, Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson
  • The International Encyclopedia of Dogs 1971 (0versize), Stanley Dangerfield, Elsworth Howell and others
  • No Bad Dogs/The Woodhouse Way 1982, Barbara Woodhouse
  • Otago/Southland Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club, Inc. Yearbook 1998 (New Zealand)
  • Solving the Mysteries of Breed Type 2002, Richard Beauchamp
  • 2004 National Video and COPS Regional on DVD (see Marcia Whitcomb)

 

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club of Puget Sound Rescue Program

Thank you for your interest in Cavalier Rescue! Cavaliers of Puget Sound is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public on all aspects of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. One of these areas is Cavalier Rescue. The dogs that come through rescue are either from a shelter (abandoned or picked up as a stray) or an owner release (for personal reasons owner is unable to keep the dog).

Occassionally a club member from Cavaliers of Puget Sound will know,or have information about a dog that needs placed. One place to check is the breeder's listing as sometimes Adult dogs will be listed there and you can inquire about them from that source.

Cavaliers of Puget Sound normally refers all rescue inquiries to our National club. That address is http://www.ackcsc.org/. After getting to their site you'll find the link to Rescue on their left menu.