🐾 Adorable Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppies for Sale! 🐾
We are thrilled to announce the arrival of two precious puppies to proud parents, Leena and Nelson, born on September 9, 2023 and Payton and Roman 2 blenheim females born ` These charming little furballs are now looking for their forever homes, and we couldn't be more excited to introduce them to you!
About the Parents: Leena and Nelson are not just loving parents; they're also healthy and genetically sound. Both have been cleared through genetic testing for EF (Episodic Falling) and CKCSID (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club of America's recommended genetic test), ensuring that their offspring inherit the best genetic traits possible. Additionally, they've received excellent scores in OFA heart and patella luxation evaluations, further confirming their outstanding health.
Breed: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Birthdate: September 9, 2023
Price: $1850 -$2550 each
These adorable puppies will come with their first set of vaccinations, setting them on the path to a healthy and happy life. They are known for their loving, affectionate nature and make wonderful companions for families and individuals alike.
Don't miss your chance to welcome one of these little bundles of joy into your home. Secure your spot by placing a $250 deposit today. Our puppies are raised with love and care in a family environment, ensuring they are well-socialized and ready to become a cherished part of your life.
If you're interested in adopting one of these beautiful Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies or have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us at [Contact Information]. We can't wait to hear from you and help you find your perfect furry friend!
🏡 Give them a loving home, and they'll give you a lifetime of happiness. 🏡
Leena and Nelson pups
Tri-color female $2050 deposit $250
Blenheim male sold
Payton and Roman
Blenheim female $2550 deposit $550
Blenheim female sold
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, often simply referred to as the "Cavalier," is a popular small breed of dog known for its elegant appearance, friendly demeanor, and charming personality. Here are some key points about this breed:
Appearance: Cavalier King Charles Spaniels have a distinctive and attractive appearance. They typically have a well-proportioned body, a slightly rounded skull, and a moderate-length muzzle. Their large, expressive eyes are one of their most endearing features. Their ears are long and feathered, adding to their elegant look. They have a silky, medium-length coat that comes in various color combinations, including:
Blenheim: Rich chestnut and white.
Tricolor: Black, white, and tan.
Ruby: Solid red.
Black and Tan: Black with tan markings.
Temperament: Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are known for their friendly and affectionate nature. They are often described as being loving, gentle, and good with children, making them wonderful family pets. They tend to get along well with other dogs and animals and are generally sociable and adaptable. They have a playful side but are equally content to lounge and snuggle with their owners.
Activity Level: While they are small dogs, Cavaliers are moderately active and require regular exercise to keep them healthy and happy. Daily walks, playtime, and mental stimulation are important for their well-being. They often enjoy participating in activities like fetching, agility, and obedience training.
Health Considerations: Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are generally healthy dogs, but like all breeds, they can be prone to certain health issues. Some of the common health concerns for Cavaliers include heart problems, especially mitral valve disease, which is a heart condition that becomes more prevalent as they age. They can also be susceptible to certain genetic conditions affecting their eyes and joints. Regular veterinary check-ups, a healthy diet, and appropriate exercise are important to maintain their overall health.
Grooming: Their silky coat requires regular grooming to prevent tangles and mats. Brushing a few times a week, particularly around the ears, chest, and belly where their fur is longest, helps keep their coat in good condition. Regular ear cleaning is also essential, as their floppy ears can be prone to infections.
History: The breed's name is a nod to King Charles II of England, who was a known enthusiast of small spaniel-type dogs. These dogs were companions to royalty and were often depicted in paintings from the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. The modern Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was developed by breeding small spaniel types that resembled the historical dogs depicted in artwork.
Training: Cavaliers are intelligent and generally respond well to positive reinforcement-based training methods. Early socialization and training are important to help them grow into well-mannered and confident adults.
In summary, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are beloved for their gentle and affectionate nature, making them excellent companions for individuals and families alike. However, potential owners should be aware of their grooming needs and potential health considerations associated with the breed.
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ACA cavalier puppies from:
Leena and Nelson
Layla and Wally