A gathering of canine royalty

A doggone walk and picnic was organized by the BC Cavalier Fanciers at Surrey Bend Regional Park on Sunday.

Polly, a four-month-old Cavalier King Charles spaniel, (above) rests on the arm of her owner, Mission’s Florence Blair, during a walk and picnic organized by the BC Cavalier Fanciers at Surrey Bend Regional Park on July 10.

About 15 dogs took part in the event.

At left, Riley, 3, owned by Michele Matheson, rests after the walk.

Below, Tim Mercer pets a group of spaniels.

The BC Cavalier Fanciers is a small but dedicated group of Cavalier King Charles spaniel lovers and owners in the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley. The group has 145 likes on Facebook.

More events are planned this summer.

For more information or to inquire about upcoming events, visit their facebook page or email admin@bccavalierfanciers.com

 

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