If you take a cavilier out for a walk it will find really good things.(by its sense of smell) and will lick you and hug you all day long.
When a Cavalier meets up with another dog, the cavalier will probably be their new best friend. So if you want a new friend, get a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel!
A word of reminder: They are awesome!!!
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is an eager and affectionate dog. They always seem to be wagging their tails. They are intelligent enough to understand humans, which makes them easier to train. They are always willing to please you.
However, Cavaliers are not suited to kennel life and can not be left alone for long periods of time. Overall the Cavalier is an ideal choice for a companion dog but is prone to developing small dog syndrome.
To avoid this make sure you set limits and rules for your Cavalier so they don't develop behavioral problems.
Height:12-13 inches (30-33cm)
Weight:12-18 lbs (5-8kg)
Prone to syringomyelia, cherry eye, dislocated kneecaps, back troubles, ear infections, early onset of deafness or hearing troubles, hip dysplasia.
Do not overfeed your Cavalier because they can become very obese very quickly which can cause early death.
*It is wise to check the medical history of your pup before adopting it.
Cavaliers do good in apartments. They are moderately active indoors and a small yard will be sufficient. The Cavalier does not do well in very warm conditions.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniels need daily walks. Play will take care of a lot of their needs but like all dogs, if they don't get a daily walk they are more likely to display behavior problems.
Comb or brush with a firm bristle brush or dry shampoo as necessary. The hair between the pads on the feet needs to be trimmed.
The coat is prone to matting and tangling on the ears and should be brushed often. Clean inside the ears regularly.
Always check for signs of infection. This dog is an average shedder.
Named for King Charles II, The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is descended from the King Charles Spaniel.
The Cavalier as we know it today was descended from the product of breeders in the 1920s.
Although this modern breed is a descendant of the King charles Spaniel, by the 1940s these dogs were classified as a separate breed and were given the prefix Cavalier to distinguish the two breeds.
- Cavaliers only come in 4 diffrent colors
- Caviliers barely bark
- Caviliers don't grow so big