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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Although they’re born to be a companion, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dog breed retains the sporty nature of their spaniel ancestors. If they’re not sitting on a lap or getting a belly rub, nothing makes them happier than to flush a bird and then attempt to retrieve it. One of the largest of the toy breeds, Cavaliers are often as athletic as a true sporting breed and enjoy hiking, running on the beach, and dog sports such as agility, flyball, and rally. Some have even shown their prowess as hunting dogs. The more restful members of the breed find success as family friends and therapy dogs.
This small but sturdy dog stands 12 to 13 inches at the shoulder and weighs 13 to 18 pounds. Their size and generally quiet nature make Cavalier King Charles Spaniels good candidates for apartment or condo living. They are moderately active indoors, and a small yard is adequate for their exercise needs.
Cavaliers are adorned with medium-length coats that are silky to the touch and maybe slightly wavy. Adult Cavaliers have feathering on their ears, chest, legs, feet, and tail.

Cavaliers come in four colors:

Blenheim, a rich chestnut on a pearly white background. Some Blenheims have a thumb-shaped chestnut dot on top of the forehead, called a lozenge.
Tricolor, black markings on a white coat with tan markings over the eyes, on the cheeks, and on the underside of the tail
Black and Tan, black with tan markings over the eyes, on the cheeks, inside the ears, and on the chest, legs, and underside of the tail
Ruby, a solid rich reddish-brown with no white spots or markings. If you are interested in Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and we don’t have any please sign up for our New Puppy Alerts.

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