By TammyWhite
335 days ago

A Kawaii doggy, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

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There are many excellent reasons why one can choose the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel as a pet or even as an exhibition dog.

It is a small, affectionate, playful and intelligent animal that has great desires to return the cares and attentions to its master with a complete devotion.

Although he is undoubtedly considered a lapdog because of his size, the Cavalier is very brave and sporty.
It is cheerful, friendly and non-aggressive, and an excellent and adaptable companion for many types of homes and lifestyles.

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel can be as well at home with a large family as with a single person, regardless of age. That being said, children should be taught not to treat the dog too savagely, nor should they be allowed to pull on their hair. This race will be happy living with some owners full of energy that will surely take you out for long and fun rides, but you can also have a comfortable and happy life with a more sedentary life. When living with a less active family, the dog should be given the opportunity to exercise and activities to avoid obesity. This is a factor to keep in mind when you want to get hold of any breed of dog.

The docile Cavalier will generally adapt to any lifestyle that is offered and will get used to the short regular walk around the block, the longest walk and jog through the park or, simply, the game live with a ball in the garden. At other times of the day, the Cavalier will be quite happy with his master to watch television, curled up on the sofa or resting comfortably in a corner of the living room. The Cavalier is a breed frequently described as a "dog of people" that appreciates, enjoys and really needs human companionship.

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel usually gets along well with the other dogs and pets in the house, and rarely shows jealousy or possessiveness about treats or toys. Of course, when you present a new partner, the owner must be careful, but in the case of the Cavaliers the presentation is rarely stressful for any of the parties. Like many other breeds, the Cavaliers seem to greatly enjoy the company of other dogs. Many owners like to have a Cavalier couple as pets, since their companionship is very cheerful and they are also very easy to care for. Being the owner and having to take care of two takes a little more work than if it were just one. Although no dog owner should regularly leave their dogs alone for long periods of time, a Cavalier will usually appreciate the company of a canine companion if his master is absent for a few hours from time to time.
This is not a breed that should be left out of the house all day in your house. Instead, it is a pet, a canine companion, who prefers to be mixed in people's activities, so he should be allowed to live inside the house as a member, no matter how big or small the family is. For a dog so loving, a master will be more than enough as a family, provided that person provides the care and attention you need and deserve.


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