CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL ❤️

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History The four names that make up the wording of this breed already convey an aura of elegance and royalty. Although the breed standard was only made official in 1928, the Cavalier King was already widespread in England in the 18th century. Since in England during the 11th century it was illegal to hunt except with a dog capable of entering a hole eleven inches in diameter, crossbreeding between dogs gave birth to the Toy Spaniel. Initially conceived as a hunting dog, the Cavalier King captured the heart of Charles I who was so obsessed with this dog that he issued an edict allowing this breed to access any place, including Parliament. The name was also changed from Toy Spaniel to Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. General Appearance This breed has a dynamic, balanced and elegant build. BREED TRAITS & CHARACTERISTICS 136 9 - COMPANION DOGS 7 - ENGLISH PET SPANIEL United Kingdom Very small 10-14 years Affectionate, courageous, kind, cheerful, intelligent, sociable 30-33 cm / 12-13 inches 5-8 kg / 11-17.6 pounds Black and tan, black and white, blenheim, tricolor, black and tan, ruby 3-5 puppies The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel has a real devotion towards its family. It has a very sweet and gentle nature. Occasional. Extremely friendly and balanced breed. It adapts to any type of person, from children to the elderly. Its past as a hunter is the ideal condition for friendly interaction with its peers. The Cavalier King relates well to strangers: it is immediately willing to cuddle and play with them. This dog is never aggressive or nervous unless it perceives a threat to itself or its owner. The Cavalier King has a playful and active nature, but it is also quite calm. A few walks and a few games (even at home) will be enough to make it happy. Training: easy. A distinctive trait of this breed is its innate education. It is particularly prone to training. Maintenance: low. Dog with strong emotional intelligence. It is extremely receptive. Hypoallergenic: No. The Cavalier King may suffer from eye infections, dysplasia or luxation of the patella, or some pathologies related to the nervous system. PRODUCTS MAINTENANCE SEASON CHANGE TREATMENT

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