honeys pups at 10 days oldHeronbank Cavaliers take great pride in our pedigree cavalier puppies. We take care to give them the very best start in life that we can.

Before and during the whelping we use a homoeopathic “birthing pack” supplied by Charles Barrett, our homoeopathist, which contains remedies and treatments for most – if not all – possible eventualities connected with the birthing process eg., uterine inertia, lack of milk, little maternal instinct (common following a C-Section), mastitis etc.. This has been invaluable to us over the years and we would recommend it to anyone who breeds dogs or cats.

Our puppies are born in our lounge where they receive individual attention during their births.

When they are suckling well, and we are reasonably sure all the puppies have been delivered, they and their mother are transferred into our “dog room”.

This ensures that mother can bond with her babies undisturbed.

Here we have our 2 webcams so you can view proceedings close-up.

PuppiesThe utmost care is taken to prevent the introduction and spread of disease, by the use of a specially formulated Cromessol disinfectant daily and the use of disinfectant foot-baths when we have puppies.  This disinfectant is approved by DEPRA for use against bacteria, fungi, viruses & spores. It is effective protection against Canine Parvo Virus, Kennel Cough, and can also be used against foot & mouth disease and foul-pest.

Some of our Puppies

Being pedigree puppies they are Kennel Club Registered and benefit from having 4 weeks free insurance from the date of sale through the Kennel Club.

Our adults have their eyes and hearts checked by a Kennel Club Approved Ophthalmic Veterinarian, and the puppies are usually vet-checked twice, the first time, within 12 hours of their birth, and also when they have their vaccination and microchip just before they leave us.