PLATINUM all time Top 5 in USA
Best in Show USA/Canadian/AKC Grand Champion
Forestcreek Brass in Pocket at Mayfield, JW Bred by Kevin Cline MD and Debra Cline MD
Grand Champion son Chester BELOW
"CHESTER" Number ONE Cavalier in the USA 2015
GCH Mayfield Charming Chester
Multiple Best in Specialty shows
Sire: BIS/BISS GCH Forestcreek Brass in Pocket at Mayfield
Dam: Mayfield Martini
Breeder/Owner: Marilyn Mayfield Co Owner: Karen Chandor
***** BUYER BEWARE ***** Never purchase a puppy from a Pet Shop or newspaper ad.
Pet Shops buy the pups they sell from Puppy Mills.
Newspaper ads are Brokers and Backyard Breeders.
Professional (commercial breeders) are Puppy Mills.
BEWARE of any "so called" breeder willing to ship anywhere,
or anyone that takes Credit Cards. Breeder Comparison
I am a Member of the ACKCSC (National parent club) * CKCS
Club USA * CKCS Club of Southern California * Cavalier King Charles
Spaniel Club of Greater San Diego * President of the Burbank Kennel
Club, Inc. *
CH. Llefleys Blaze of Glory from Lisgarth
Meet a born again breed! In the 16th, 17th and 18th
happy little spaniels were enormously popular pets of English royalty.
In the 19th century, fanciers began to favour a short nosed dog and the
original Cavalier practically disappeared. In 1926, an American offered
handsome cash prizes to anyone who could breed dogs that looked like
the Cavaliers in the old paintings. It worked, God bless America and
England! A sweet, gentle, melting expression is a hallmark of the
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. CH TRAVIS (above) from Lisa Gamble in
Wales, is a perfect example of what a good Ruby Cavalier boy should be.
He is as beautiful as he is sweet. Cavaliers are supposed to be between
12 and 13 inches high at the withers to be the perfect height. They
should weigh between 13-18 pounds at maturity, with slight variations
acceptable. Cavaliers are loving and sweet with all ages, from infants
to seniors, and make wonderful therapy dogs. They are a perfect breed
for a family pet and love to sit on your lap. They will follow you
everywhere. They are indoor dogs and not happy outside unless you are
out with them.
Puppy of the Year
Mayfield Lottie Dottie Doo, JW
Best in Show Champion Grantilley As Good
As It Gets ROM
(Quigley) with his Champion children Scout, Nellie and Ace.
The Red and white Cavaliers were the favorite of the Duke of
Marlborough and were called "Blenheim" (pronounced: Blen-um) after his
family's estate, which was also the birthplace of Sir Winston
Churchill. I have Cavalier's in all four colors: BLENHEIM, which is (Chestnut
(red) and White); TRI (Black and White with tan points); RUBY (all
chestnut "red") ; and BLACK & TAN. They are known for their loving
and happy disposition. This quiet companion is neither yappy nor
snippy. They have long flowing ears and large dark soft eyes. These
precious toy spaniels are not only "wash and wear" (no groomer's
needed) but are fearless and must be protected. They would walk up to a
lion thinking it was their best friend.
Buster Found it.
******* CH. Redthea Millie Mayfield
6, 1996 - December 9, 2009 ******
The Queen Mother
Millie holds the
All Time Top Producer record in the National Club.
Called comforter Spaniels in the 1700's, Cavaliers served as
bed warmers. During the Stuart period, the breed enjoyed tremendous
popularity, particularly under the reigns of Charles I and II. So
enamored was Charles II of the little dog that he reportedly preferred
playing and hunting with his beloved Royal Spaniels rather than tending
to matters of state. He bestowed upon the breed the royal title of King
Charles Spaniel and enacted a law allowing the Cavalier in all public
places, including the Houses of Parliament. The law is still in place
today. His supporters were called Cavaliers, as were his loyal dogs.
"Millie" pictured above, was one of the most loving Cavaliers I have
ever known. She was my first Champion at Mayfield Cavaliers, bred
by Jane and Anne Thaeder of South Carolina. Millie has produced 10
Champions. She has the highest honor award the National Club can
bestow, Register of Merit. (ROM) Cavaliers do shed, however it can be
kept to a minimum by keeping them clean and by frequent brushing. They
do not lose their hair in klumps. They loose single hairs like humans
do. They are truly a "Wash and Wear" breed, with no need for
Pups that became Grand Champions (See the puppy page 2)
This is a quality litter of Mayfield puppies pictured at 12
age, which is when most my puppies leave for their new homes. If you
have small children, the puppies must be at least 14 weeks of age
before leaving. I occasionally have puppies which are available to
loving homes with secure fenced yards. I require a puppy application be
completed to see if you would be a good match for a Mayfield Cavalier.
I rarely ship dogs unattended. Our dogs do not live in kennels or
crates, but run free and are part of the household. After all, they
were royal palace pets and they still are. Expect to pay from
$2,000-$3,500 from a reputable and ethical breeder. Be smart, buy from
a breeder who shows their dogs. Most will have tested for heart, eyes
& hips. The puppies will also be properly socialized. *VERY
IMPORTANT: The puppies will be no more money than buying from a breeder
who breeds dogs for no other reason than to make money, and most those
breeders DO NOT BOARD CERTIFY. READ THE LINK SITE BELOW "WHAT TO KNOW
BEFORE YOU BUY" and NEVER BUY FROM A PETSHOP, PROFESSIONAL (commercial)
BREEDER OR A NEWSPAPER AD! You will be supporting brokers and puppy
mills if you do. See link on "puppy mills", a sad and unhealthy place.
Do not buy from anyone advertising "Imports". These are also brokers.
Be sure you see at least one parent, and the enviroment they live in.
BELOW: Marilyn with a few in training
Mighty Mouse and Bob
Original oil by Susan Waddington
Owned by Marilyn Mayfield
Grand CH Mayfield Forever Amber This is darling
Amber owned and loved by Bruce and Kathy Crossman of Maitland, Florida.
First Female Grand Champion in the USA
GCH Mayfield Lottie Dottie Doo
Father of 41 Champions
May 5, 1999 - July 23, 2012
BIS CH. Mayfield Betsy George, loved by LMA
Grand Champion Mayfield Lottie Dottie Doo
Retired at the loving home of Chris and Joyce Addiscott