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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Breed Guide
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a lively and loving dog that makes an excellent companion and family pet.
Find out everything you need to know about these cute little dogs, including how they act around kids and other family pets here
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was bred as a lap dog and so is small for a spaniel. The tail is usually not docked
Their coat is medium length and Silky, sometimes with a slight wave. In adulthood feathering often features on their ears, feet, legs and tail.
Their colours are Blenheim (chestnut markings on white), Black & Tan black bodies with tan highlights, Tri-color (black and white with tan markings), and Ruby (entirely chestnut), although the breed standards do allow a level of deviation from these.
Height (Adult): 30 – 33 cm / 12 to 13 inches
Weight (Adult): 5.9 – 8.2 kg / 13-18 pounds
Life Expectancy: 9 to 15 years
Temperament: Playful, Affectionate, Fearless, Sociable, Patient, Graceful, Gentle, Adaptable
We’ve noted the signs you need to look out for that might suggest that your Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is potentially bored or lonely.
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Statistics show 1 in 5 Cavalier King Charles Spaniel owners don’t regularly walk their dogs which can result in health problems in the long term. See our guide to a range of ways to keep them healthy.
There are many reasons why you should have your Cavalier King Charles spayed or neutered, not least of all because it will likely improve their quality of life (and stop you from worrying about a litter of puppies). Here’s what you need to know