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The Cavalier is a sweet, gentle, and affectionate breed, very eager to please their human. They are friendly with strangers and with other animals, and they can do very well with children. They are smart and train easily, and Cavaliers excel in a number of canine sports including obedience, rally, and agility.
Cavaliers are known to be fairly easy-going dogs by nature and most owners will agree that they don’t tend to bark excessively. They usually bark if they’re excited or if someone new is at the door. If you’re having problems with excessive noise or barking, we recommend seeking the advice of an accredited behaviourist.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniels aren’t guard dogs or watchdogs. They rarely bark and are very friendly with anyone. So they’re not the kind of dog to have around if you want to keep strangers away. However, they may chase birds and small animals, so take that into consideration if you already have pets around the house.
The Cavalier is an intelligent and fearless companion, but is not known to be a good watchdog even though they can alarm bark because they are often overly social with strangers. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a generally healthy breed with an average lifespan of 9-14 years.
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is typically a very easy dog to train, they want to please and want to be part of the activity. As mentioned, they will fit into a variety of lifestyles and home environments including small apartments.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniels were bred to be companion dogs and love nothing more than the company of their owners. As such, this loving little dog does best in households were someone will be around most of the time as they don’t enjoy their own company and can be prone to separation anxiety.
Ideal for family or “empty nesters,” the Cavalier King Charles spaniel is affectionate, and intelligent with endearing devotion. The spaniel is superb with children and a pleasurable companion.
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are the 73rd smartest dog breed when it comes to “obedience & working intelligence.”
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Adaptive Intelligence
This type of intelligence refers to the ability of a canine to learn something on its own without much training.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniels have the ability to teach themselves whenever something goes wrong. It’s kind of like trial and error. For example, if such a dog is in a fenced yard, it will try every possible way until it finds a way out.
Simply put, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is capable of learning from its past experiences to find solutions or act differently to change the outcome.
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A relative of the King Charles Spaniel (opposite), this breed dates back centuries. With large, dark eyes, a melting expression, and an ever-wagging tail, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is game, easy to train, and loves children – making it the perfect family pet. Its silky coat requires regular grooming.
The ancestor of this small spaniel is recorded in tapestry and art in the 15th century; a Toy spaniel was perhaps a luxury item for aristocrats since this was definitely a non-hunting dog. They were the chosen dogs of the Court of King Charles I and II and at this point in this line of dogs, the name was given as King Charles spaniel. In the time of Queen Victoria, a short nosed dome skull type was preferred, and the old type fell out of favor. In the USA, type reflected the old longer-muzzled low stop version of the Toy spaniel of Charles II time, and that variant is now recognized by the old name of English Toy spaniel. In Britain, a return to the long-faced variety that more closely resembled the spaniels in old paintings was bred, and the classic type was accepted into registration as the Cavalier King Charles spaniel to distinguish it from the short-nosed King Charles. It was first registered in AKC 1962 in the miscellaneous class, but full recognition occurred in 1996, at which time they were assigned to the Toy group.
Bred for companionship. They are suitable for obedience trials as well.
Height at Withers: female 12-13” (30.5-33 cm), male 12-13” (30.5-33 cm).
Weight: females 13-17lb ( 6-7.5 kg) , males 14-18 lb ( 6-8 kg).
Coat: The silky, soft, slightly wavy moderately long coat is lightly feathered. Blenheim color is a white dog with chestnut markings and a specific chestnut mark on the forehead in a white blaze is favored (Blenheim mark). Other colors include tri-color in red, white and black. Ruby, a red solid, and black and tan are other coat color variants.
Longevity: 9-14 years.
Points of Conformation: They have very soft expressions, and their large dark brown eyes are set wide apart on a broad face. The skull is not domed and a moderate stop is present, the nose is large, square and black. The ears are pendulous and feathering is moderate. Slightly longer than tall, they are moderately boned, and the neck is long and slightly arched. The topline is level and chest is moderately deep with ribs well sprung. Their tail may be docked. It is held level with the topline or a bit lower. They possess straight legs and compact feet, and dewclaws may be removed. Their movement is smooth and low, and straight with long strides.
The dog is a devoted, intelligent, playful and friendly dog. They need to be in an environment with lots of human contact. They enjoy the company of children and other pets. They are active and require average exercise. They have a well-developed chase instinct, so must not be off-leash unless in an enclosure. They are moderate shedding dogs and require regular levels of grooming. It is helpful to trim around the paws to help prevent matting. They are known as the perfect lap dog. They are alarm barkers.
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