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CYNTHIA

CAVALIER PUPPY

AVAILABLE 8/31/2019

(measured at 8 wks)

$ 1395

PRINCESS

CAVALIER PUPPY

AVAILABLE 8/31/2019

(measured at 8 wks)

$ 1695

POET

CAVALIER PUPPY

AVAILABLE 8/31/2019

(measured at 8 wks)

$ 1495

BEVERLY

CAVALIER PUPPY

AVAILABLE 8/31/2019

(measured at 8 wks)

$ 1695

BRIANNA

CAVALIER PUPPY

AVAILABLE 8/31/2019

(measured at 8 wks)

$ 1695

BUCK

CAVALIER PUPPY

AVAILABLE 8/31/2019

(measured at 8 wks)

$ 1395

OLLIE

CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL PUPPY

Available 8/31

(measured at 8 wks)

$ 1295

OLIVER

CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL PUPPY

Available 8/31

(measured at 8 wks)

$ 1395

OZZIE

CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL PUPPY

Available 8/31

(measured at 8 wks)

$ 1495

OSCAR

CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL PUPPY

Available 8/31

(measured at 8 wks)

$ 1395

WILLIAM

CAVALIER PUPPY

AVAILABLE 9/7/2019

(measured at 8 wks)

$ 1595

BREED INFORMATION

CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL


The Cavalier Charles Spaniel is a purebred admired for its expressive eyes and beautiful look, as well as for its warmhearted temperament. It is also known for its active nature and its abilities to chase small animals. It is playful and amusing, and it comes in various colors.

Temperament

Alert, cheerful, warmhearted, sensitive, placid, affectionate, intelligent

Adult Weight 12-18 lbs
Adult Height 12-13 in
Life Expectancy 9-14 yrs
Maintenance    
Low High
Training    
Easy Hard
Shedding    
Min Max
Adaptability    
Easy Hard
Active    
Low High

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The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel has all around beauty with its distinctive silky rich coat, and beautiful colors. The Cavalier colors are typically, black and tan, ruby, tricolor or blenheim. They get along nicely with children and other dogs, and love to be active with their owners. This is a toy spaniel who will only be around 13 inches high, and weigh between 11-18 pounds.

Cavalier King Charles were royalty in the 17th century, claiming hearts in the most royal of England. Of course, being royalty this breed was later named after King Charles I, who adored this toy breed in the black and tan color.

Once matured this breed is still small in weight, only getting to be 11-18 pounds with a height of 12-13 inches. The Cavalier has a long life-span expectancy of 13 years. This spaniel is an active, well-balanced, and graceful character who aims to please.

This breed always has very sweet expressions with large, kind eyes. It has a flat back with long and silky fur. It is an average shedder with low maintenance grooming, as it is essential to breed type to have a natural appearance with no trimming, or sculpting.

They have an active and high-spirited personality and is very happy to join its owners in daily activities. With training, this pup is generally well-behaved and more on the quiet side, however keep in mind that this spaniel is strong-willed and may be tempted to run or chase other pets due to its scenting and hunting instincts.  

While the Cavalier was bred to be a lap dog, it is descended from sporting dogs and does require moderate exercise and outdoor activities. This dog will be happy to go on walks and even perform well in many canine sports. Give your Cavalier some rest after play and he will be just as happy to lay on the sofa all day.

They are friendly with strangers and other animals, being a very sweet and affectionate breed who is eager to please their owners. They are very smart and train easily and tend to excel in obedience and agility. Because of their sweet nature they also make wonderful therapy dogs as long as they are socialized and taught good manners to be comfortable with a wide variety of people.

The Cavalier is prone to weight problems so it is important to feed a high-quality dog food and monitor calorie consumption. If you choose to use treats, do so in moderation to avoid obesity.
A balanced nutrition is a must!
There are a few health issues that Cavaliers are prone to which include, hip dysplasia, eye conditions and heart conditions. Cavaliers can be screened for the conditions and most will live comfortably into old age.