Our dogs are photographed in their natural state and habitat - they are not primped and positioned for these sessions
Cavalrite Saltbush Bill (Willie Wonka)
We have been patiently waiting for our Banjo to provide us with a protege for us to breed on with. We particularly wanted a tri boy to continue on from his father but it took a couple of years of producing beautiful puppies before our Willie Wonka arrived.
At first sight we knew he was the one and he hasn't failed to cement that thought in our minds.
The same gorgeous sunny personality and looks enhanced by both his father and mother, Willie has taken all our hearts, including the grumpy grannies of the household.
To say we're delighted to have this little man in our lives is putting it mildly. He beguiles all that come into sight of him.
Cavalrite Just Wilson (Wilson)
As his name implies, this is Willie's son and a lovely boy to carry on with his father's prowess as a sire.
He's got his father's personality as well as the good looks and is now old enough to smooch the ladies. He's shown a great willingness to take over some of the responsibility from his father.
We just love this little man :)
Graylancavs Just Beau (Beau)
Beau is just loooove on 4 legs. Ever looking for cuddles and snuggles, this lil man will steal any available heart in two minutes flat!!
It's very difficult to get a good photo of Beau cause he's busily smiling at the camera and waggiling. He's an absolute delight and it's our hope that his popularity is shared with the girls, which is soon to be realised.
We adore this lil man :)
Graylancavs Oliver Twist (Oliver)
This lil man has been returned to us courtesy of Melriver and we thank Trish for the opportunity to have him back.
His sunny personality is spread over anyone and anything in his sight and as you can see he smiles at the camera easily too - bless him.
Roswell Just Connor (Connor)
On the evening of the 21st January, 2010 our beautiful little Connor took it upon himself to mouth a Cane Toad and despite our efforts to save him we didn't even have time to get him to the vet before he died. Folks it took 15 minutes for the poison to kill our adored and beautiful boy, so please be careful of your dogs and cane toads. It is commonly thought that Queensland bred dogs seem to have an inate knowledge of the dangers of these toads, and we have certainly found this to be seemingly so, and have only experienced interest in the vermin from dogs born down south, but don't take any chances. We had missed a very big one in our nightly patrols to keep the cane toad population down. Try to keep your yards as cane toad free as possible, and express to your dog that cane toads are off limits. I certainly wouldn't want any of you to go through the distress of trying to save an adored little dog the way we have just experienced.
Connor left us a beautiful girl - Ebony - and we have also used his handsome son Max in our breeding programme.
Cavalrite Zane Gray (Zane)
We were absolutely devastated with the loss of Zane's daddy when he mouthed the mother of all cane toads. We believe that at the time he was protecting his girl (Zena) from the nasty monster.
Connor had already mated with Zena and we looked with fingers and toes crossed for a boy in the litter to carry on Connor's good work. If we were to lose Connor, this mating was the best we could wish for to keep his protege from.
Zena gave us two boys and Zane was our choice to carry on for his father.
When, despite the fervent efforts of our vets, we lost little Zane in September 2010 as a result of concertina'd bowel caused by him chewing on a long length of string, words can't describe the devastation.
This little boy had both his parents' sweet and loving nature and has left a huge gap in our daily Cavi love doses.
He will always be sadly missed, just like his beautiful daddy.
Winjax Just Benson (Benson)
Benson is one of our three Winjax dogs. He has the element of 'quality' of conformation and markings that we have come to expect from this line. He has lovely bone and a wonderful, placid and sweet personality. He is loved by both humans and dogs of all ages, easily mixing with all. He's a perfect 'gentleman' with the lades who are quick to become coy in his presence. He is well balanced with younger male dogs, showing a placid and patient nature, but will bring the young fellas into line if necessary.
Sadly, our Benson is getting on in years now and only sires a litter here and there.