Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Breed Information

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Breed Information

Overview

Temperament:

Loving, Compassionate, and Elegant

Height: 12-13 inches

Weight: 13-18 pounds

Average life span: 12-15 years

What To Know About

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a breed of all-around beauty, with graceful gait, a temperament fit for noblemen, and an appearance that exhumes luxury. These puppies grow to be about a max of 13 inches in height and carry around a luscious coat of hair that comes in a Tri-color, Blenheim, Black & Tan, and Ruby. They have a sweet and emphatic expression, with large round eyes and big floppy ears. 

The Cavalier is a fun-loving dog, even with its regal appearance, they enjoy running in the yard chasing tiny creatures. This is a sociable breed usually great with other pups and small children. They are also very adaptable, so whether you are a homebody or live an active lifestyle a Cavalier puppy will easily learn to love the life you live. 

 

Grooming A Cavalier Puppy

This Breeds coat looks absolutely gorgeous if cared for properly. Cavalier’s silky coat will need regular brushing to keep it from matting, this will also help keep it looking shiny. If taught from a young pup to enjoy brushing, this serves as a great bonding experience. Of coarse regular baths will be necessary to remove any particles that have built up in the hair. Ear infections can happen since this breed has floppy ears, so it will be necessary to check and clean them frequently. So the good news less shedding not so good it means brushing time will be necessary. 

Exercising Cavalier Puppies

Now even though these puppies are sometimes perceived as lap dogs, they love a good sport. So moderate exercise and some good old outdoor romps do well for this Cavalier puppies. They get a real kick out of going on walks with their owners, a game of fetch, or even just playtime with other dogs. When outside do exercise caution as the Cavaliers extinct is to chase down whatever creature catches its attention, so if off-leash do so in an enclosed area.

Training A Cavalier

These puppies are very affectionate and love to see their humans happy, so with that said training should not be too difficult. They are very sociable and enjoy making new friends. Their intelligence is high so understanding right from wrong falls in place quickly. They are do well learning canine sports such as rally and agility. And for those looking for a therapy dog, this would be on a high recommendation. Training courses do make it easier for the owner as it gives the opportunity to see other pups and people.

Come check out our available puppies to see if we have any Cavalier puppies in-store.

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