General Size: Small
Country of Origin: United Kingdom
They enjoy daily walks, aside from their playtime. Playing takes care of need to exercise, but not their instinctual desire to walk. A fenced area would also be great for them to roam around.
Brushing them regularly is essential to avoid matting. They should be dry shampooed or bathed as needed. The hair around the ears can be bothersome, hence the necessity for regular maintenance. They are average shedders.
They come in a variety of colors such as prince charles (tricolor), king charles (tan and black), blenheim (white and red) and ruby.
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel can live up to 14 years.
For households with different breeds of dogs, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel would be a seamless addition to the family. They are versatile and suited for all ages, even the elderly. They can be playful and curious, but are also content to just sit on your nap and cuddle.
Because they are sporting dogs, their instinct is to chase. This motivation to run and roam around could be dangerous as they could get run over or get lost. They are lousy guard dogs because they are so friendly, regarding strangers as friendly territory rather than threats. They may find themselves hunting smaller animals such as hamsters, but simple training exercises should correct this.
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