Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Ease of Training
Dogs similar to him have been known for centuries
He was a luxury item owned by aristocrats and those who could afford to feed him
He was developed into the dog we know today in the 1920s
Personality and Behavior
He's gentle and affectionate
He's very friendly with everyone
He loves to cuddle, sit on your lap, and keep close to you
He craves attention and being petted!
He gets along well with children
He's friendly with other dogs
He likes to live with other dogs and bonds closely to them, and he also gets along well with other pets
He likes to chase things so you need to watch that he doesn't run out onto a busy road in pursuit of a critter
He's fairly easy to train. He learns commands at an average rate.
He sheds quite a bit of hair. You'll find some hair stuck to your clothes, couch and carpets.
Grooming / Maintenance
His medium-length coat needs to be brushed two or three times a week to keep it free of mats and tangles.
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