Cavalier King Charles Puppies
It’s easy to see why Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies have become
one of Britain’s most popular pets.
The small spaniel breed is hugely attractive, playful, proves a perfect companion to kids and is content in virtually any environment, from small apartment to country manor.
Being one of the smallest spaniels, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies will grow on average to 9”-13” – making them literally a lap-sized dog – and will weigh 12 -18 pounds (5-8kg).
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies’ coats are low maintenance, needing grooming weekly, although many owners choose to have them clipped.
And they are as happy relaxing at home in front of the TV as they are when being taken for a walk.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies come in four colours: black and tan, ruby, Blenheim, and tri colour.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppies For Sale
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This is why all our puppies for sale come with a six month guarantee.
They are visited daily by a vet, and have a temporary vaccination, identifying micro-chip and are regularly wormed.
You can visit our comfortable kennels to see for yourself why so many happy customers continually recommend our puppies to other prospective buyers.
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Please contact us by email or phone, and we are sure you won’t regret purchasing one of our puppies for sale.
More Information on Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppies
Many myths alter over time to be passed off as fact.
And this is illustrated by the belief that Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies were once the favoured pet of King Charles II.
Surely, this is evident in the name? While King Charles was rarely seen in public without a pack of small dogs, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies are actually a relative rather than replica of the dogs that used to accompany Charles.
The small dogs popular in 17th century were often known as comforters, due to their use in keeping ladies’ laps warm on carriage rides.
But the spaniel dogs of this time tended to be long-nosed rather than the snub-nosed variety.
It was inter-breeding with pug-nosed dogs in the 18th century which led to the emergence of the King Charles spaniel visible today.
The main difference between Cavalier King Charles Spaniels and King Charles Spaniels is size, with the latter being slightly smaller.
The length of Cavaliers’ muzzle also tends to be longer, emanating from the attempt to recreate them as the breed favoured by King Charles II.
Regardless of their ancestry, what isn’t in doubt is that Cavalier King Charles Spaniels have become an ideal pet in many people’s homes today.