Breed Info

The first Cavalier King Charles Spaniel breed standard was established in the United Kingdom in 1928. The English Kennel club recognised this breed in 1945, and the FCI in 1955.

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Companion

Cavalier is a companion dog, he can’t be left alone for a long time. She will accompany you everywhere with great pleasure. And it should be noted that any trip with a Cavalier is first of all comfort.

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Love

Cavalier gets along well with the kids. This dog will treat your baby like a nanny with trepidation and will become an excellent partner in games for older children. This dog will get along well with your cat too.

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Happiness

Brave dogs but if you expect them to guard,this dog isn’t for you. They practically don’t bark,they are very friendly and only an attack with kisses threatens a stranger in your house.

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Activity

An active dog who is happy to learn new tricks with you. At the same time she will adapt to the rhythm of her family’s life and may do well with daily short walks.

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30-33 cm
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9-14 years old
12-13 in
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5,9-8,2 kg
13-18 pounds

General impression: an active, graceful, well-balanced dog with a mild expression. Character: athletic, loving, absolutely fearless. Temperament: cheerful, friendly, not aggressive, without signs of nervousness.