All the questions you may not even know to ask in relation to microchipping your Cavalier King Charles Spaniel – learn about your microchipping responsibilities as a responsible pet owner.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Originating in the United Kingdom during the 17th century, this breed was initially bred to be a lapdog for royalty. Over time, they became popular among all classes of society, and their popularity has only grown since then.
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a small-sized breed with a silky, medium-length coat. They have large, round eyes, long ears, and a short muzzle. Their coat comes in four colors: Blenheim (red and white), Tricolor (black, white, and tan), Black and Tan, and Ruby.
This breed is known for being gentle, loving, and loyal. They are great with children and other pets, and make excellent family companions. They are also very intelligent and can be trained easily.
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a wonderful breed that is sure to bring joy and companionship to any home.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Breed Facts
Height (Adult): Male: 30 to 33cm Female: 28 to 31cm
Weight (Adult): Male: 5 to 8kg Female: 5 to 8kg
Life Expectancy: 9 to 14 years
Temperament: Affectionate, Playful, Gentle, Patient, and Intelligent
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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