Located in Kansas, Mary’s Precious Puppies has Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies for sale! Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies are a wonderful breed to have around.
My Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies are extremely well-loved and cared for before they go to their forever homes, and they are sure an excellent addition to your home. Please read below for information on the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel!
In appearance, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel has high-set ears and a flat head, not domed. On average, it stands 12 to 13 inches at the withers, and features a small, compact body. This breed is slightly larger than the King Charles Spaniel, weighing between 10 and 18 pounds on average. The breed’s tail is traditionally undocked, and it has the long pendulous ears that are typical of a spaniel. The dog’s coat generally comes in four varieties – Blenheim (white and chestnut markings), black and tan, ruby (completely chestnut) or tricolor (black, tan and white markings).
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a friendly breed. It will usually treat all strangers as friends, and is thus not suited for guard dog duty. These dogs are affectionate, ready to please and playful, and also known for their incredible patience, making them a perfect option for households with children. They are also not shy about making friends with other animals or even larger dogs – as long as the other dog(s) are trained and friendly, this breed will be more than happy to make friends with other breeds of dogs.
This dog’s energy level adapts to your lifestyle. They can be your companion for a walk or a run with you, or be just as happy spending an afternoon sitting in your lap at home. This breed does have a tendency to chase moving things, including speeding cars in the street, and thus will need to be kept close to their owners when outside as they will most likely never become “street wise.”
The most notable disease that the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel suffers from is mitral valve disease, which inevitably leads to heart failure. This breed is particularly susceptible to this disease, and it is actually the leading cause of death for these dogs. This disease is generally classified as an “old age” disease, though younger dogs can develop it, too. Other breed-specific health conditions may occur, particularly maladies of the eyes and ears, and the average lifespan of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is nine to 14 years.
If you happen to live somewhere besides my area of Kansas, I am willing to ship your new furry friend or friends, but prefer to do so by ground shipping for the pups’ sakes. For more questions on the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel or to find out more about my current litters or my methods for raising and shipping these beautiful dogs, feel free to contact me today!