Welcome to PRAMODA Cavalier King Charles Spaniels!

I am Leslie Paul and my husband is Richard Rennie. Our love of dogs in general, and Cavaliers in particular, has led us to this path –  raising high-quality Registered Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.

POrtrait Joy 2015

Portrait of Joy 2015

Our registered kennel name is PRAMODA which means Joy in the ancient Sanskrit language. It is pronounced Prah – mow’ – dah. Our beautiful foundation girl is named Joy, so PRAMODA seemed a very fitting kennel name.

Richard and I are members of the Canadian Kennel Club, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club of Canada, and our local Prince Albert Kennel and Obedience club.


ANNOUNCEMENT:  We are no longer breeding Cavalier King Charles Spaniels due to chronic issues with our health. 

About Us
My husband Richard and I live in Saskatchewan Canada. We have both been dog lovers for many years.

One of Richard’s memorable experiences with dogs was rescuing an extremely thin, abused German Shepherd Dog named Boone. Boone thrived in Richard’s care and became a happy, healthy family pet. Richard trained Boone in obedience. Richard has also volunteered walking dogs for the Humane Society and the SPCA.

In the past I raised several litters of registered Border Collies. I was involved with sheep herding training, therapy dogs, and obedience. I was a professional groomer and veterinary technician for many years. I also taught professional grooming. During my years as a groomer, I recommended Cavaliers King Charles Spaniels several times to people with good homes who were looking for a sweet, easy to look after little dog. They loved their Cavaliers.

When we wanted a small dog, we decided to get a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, and we have not had a single regret.

Christmas 2013

Christmas 2013

Why Cavaliers?

What we love most about Cavaliers is their loving, happy disposition. They were bred to be lapdogs, and they do very well at that. They are also little sporting dogs who enjoy agility, obedience, rally obedience, scent training, and trick training. Many can become great therapy dogs.

Cavaliers are very bright and easy to train. We use positive training techniques and these little dogs love to work, learn, and of course, play. They love fetching, playing tug, or cuddling with each other for a nap. We call that a ‘Cuddle of Cavaliers.’ They also love having a cuddle and nap with us.


Joy Earns Grand Championship 2015

While we were breeding, At PRAMODA Cavaliers, our goal was to produce quality, well-bred puppies who would complement the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel breed. As a small Cavalier breeder, we had at most one litter a year. Our puppies were raised in our home, provided with high quality food, socialization, and loving care. PRAMODA’s other, equally important goal was to place our puppies into homes where would will be loved and well cared for. 


Please note: If you find terms or initials on our site you don’t understand, have a look at the link ‘About the Breed’, under Definitions. If you have any other questions feel free to contact us.

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