Black and Tan – black with bright tan marks above eyes, head, chest, legs, underside of tail; white marks undesirable. Ruby – Rich red; white markings undesirable. Blenheim – Chestnut markings, well broken up, on white ground; markings evenly divided on head, lozenge between ears. Tricolor – black and white, well spaced and broken up, with tan markings over head, inside legs, on underside of tail.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Breed
The royal, regal, long eared, Blenheim beautyCavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppies for Sale
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Breed Description
2 to 6
Dogs: 13-18 pounds
Bitches: 10-16 pounds
Dogs: 12-13 inches
Bitches: 10-12 inches
AKC Toy Dogs
FCI Group IX.: Companion and Toy Dogs
Blenheim Spaniel, Ruby Spaniel
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is distinguished by its longer nose and heavier build from the King Charles Spaniel. He has beautiful large dark eyes and long ears. This dog breed has a noteworthy sense of smell and vision and can be used in short hunts.
They are loving and good-natured, love both people and other dogs. He will make a good companion for the young and old alike. A fearless, lively little dog with a cheerful disposition.
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is friendly, eager, affectionate tail-wagger. Lively, outgoing and sportive. These fearless lively little dogs want to please.
Cavalier’s love people and need lots of companionship to be happy. They should not be left alone all day. Cavalier King Charles Spaniels make good companion dogs for the elderly or disabled.
Long, fine, shedding coats that need regular brushing.
Patella luxation, eye conditions, heart murmurs and ear infections are all known issues and can be monitored with regular veterinary visits. This breed is particularly prone to weight gain and obesity, and so must have a closely controlled diet. To minimize the risk of your Cavalier King Charles Spaniel developing any hereditary health issues, you should buy a puppy from a reputable Cavalier King Charles Spaniel breeder.
Good for apartment life. Best with fenced yard and walks on leash. The Cavalier does not do well in very warm conditions, so always make sure they have adequate worry and shade.
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