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Cavalier King Charles spaniel Breed Information

This breed I believed to have descended from King Charles spaniel. This breed is from the Toy group, and was recognized by the American Kennel Club in the year 1996. This breed is small and also compact in appearance. Their head is rounded and their muzzle is wide. Their teeth are set in scissor bite. The ears of this breed are long and also hanging. They are covered with featherings. The tail of this breed is docked in some cases. The coat covering the body of this breed is silky in texture. They are available in ruby , brown, mahagony, and also Blenheim colour. This breed is very loving and also affectionate towards their master and family. They are gentle and calm in nature. They are fearless and brave. They are always keen to please their master and hence are easy to handle. They love the attention and care they receive from their aster and also the family. They should be trained by a firm and also calm trainer, as they can be sensitive towards harsh treatments. They are excellent companions for children. They are very active and also playful when around kids. Never allow the breed o become dominant over its master. They might get aggressive around strangers and also other unfamiliar animals; this can be avoided by proper socializing from an early stage. The average height and weight of a healthy Cavalier King Charles spaniel is 30 cm to 33 cm, and 5 kg to 10 kg. This breed is suitable to live in apartments, if they are provided with sufficient amount of exercise. This breed is very active and hence they require plenty of exercise to become physically and also mentally stable. This breed should be brushed and combed regularly in order to avoid matting. Their ears should be checked for any signs of infections and should also be cleaned regularly. Their eyes should also be checked on a daily basis. This breed is prone to health conditions like eye infections, Cherry eye, syringomyelia, ear infections, and deafness. Be careful that you do not over feed your Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, as they might develop eating disorders. The average life expectancy of this breed is 9 years to 12 years.

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