Blenhiem Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

About Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a lovely addition to any family with children of all ages, elderly, and all types of pets. Their nature is extremely docile and they get along well with everybody! They generally do very well in all competitive obedience courses due to being such an excellent listener by nature. This breed is known to pick up on his or her owners patterns and recognize the expectations prior to being asked. Because the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel enjoys being a part of the family and being included in activities, it is very important to socialize your pup young so it is able to do so without hesitation as he or she grows. They can be just as comfortable in an apartment or country living situations, they require a regular walk daily as well as playtime indoors to maintain a healthy being both physically and mentally. 

History of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

The Cavaliers have a interesting history to royal families dating back to King Charles Il.  They have a  gentle attentiveness of a toy breed with the vigor, enthusiasm and athleticism of a sporting spaniel. The Cavalier’s all-around beauty, regal grace, and even temper mark him as one of dogdom’s noblemen. A toy spaniel being approximately 13 inches high, the Cavalier draws you in with his face: The sweet, gentle, melting expression emanating from large, round eyes is a breed hallmark. Another is the silky, richly colored coat that can be one of four distinct varieties. Cavaliers may be aristocrats, but they gladly descend from their royal high horse for a backyard frolic or a squirrel chase. They get along nicely with children and other dogs. Adaptable Cavaliers do equally well with active owners and homebodies. Depending on the owner’s lifestyle they can be athletic or shameless couch potatoes.

Black & Tan Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
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