Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppy Breed & Race Information
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel for many years were the favorite of English royalty. They gained popularity mainly by King Charles II, who gave them their name. After a short period of disappearance, the breed gained popularity in 1920 and reached their peak in 60s when Princess Margarita bought one. Although they weren't very common in the US, Ronald Regan had one. They are characterized for being small Epagneuls, with round and dark very separate eyes, flat face and pointy nose, long ears and stocky tail, which falls in a gracious curb.
Character of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppy
Cheerful, affectionate, happy and very alert companion. Very sociable and enjoys human company along with other animals. Likes to please their master but dislikes being treated roughly. Easy to train. Many still keep their hunting instinct.
Characteristics of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppy
- Size: 25 to 35 cm
- Weight: 5.5 to 8.2 kg
- Color: tricolor (Prince Charles, black, white and tan), black and tan, solid red (ruby) or Blenheim (brown-reddish spots over a white coat).
- Coat: long, shiny and slightly curly; with abundant locks.