The Cavalier Spaniel is a naturally outgoing and friendly breed. Large families looking to adopt are fitting since the Cavalier enjoys “socializing” in the company of many. They excel at companionship but will require boundaries and a set of friendly do’s and don’ts. With impressive eyesight and sense of smell, they do very well in competitive obedience.
At Temecula Puppies our Cavalier Spaniels come from local breeders in Temecula California. We are committed to only using proven and trusted breeders and delight in knowing that our puppies come from loving homes. Temecula Puppies provide Cavalier Spaniels completely healthy, happy, and ready for a new home.
The Cavalier Spaniel is a descendant of the King Charles Spaniel. The most noted features of this breed include the upturned face, rounded head, and protruding eyes. By the 1940s the Cavalier Spaniel was classified as a separate breed. However, to differentiate them from their ancestors the prefix of Cavalier was given.
It’s no wonder that the Cavalier has the reputation of perpetually wagging its tail since they are an eager, affectionate and joyful breed. They are also intelligent enough to respond well to gentle obedience training and are friendly with other dogs and non-canine pets.
Make sure you have plenty of time to spend with your new Cavalier Spaniel since being left alone for long periods of time would be unhelpful. If this is unavoidable, try to walk them before you leave. This will put them in a natural rest mode and make them more comfortable in your absence.
Even though this breed is fairly active indoors, a small yard would provide ample space for them to romp. If you happen to live in a small home or apartment the Cavalier does well in these types of environments too.
Fortunately playing with your new Cavalier Spaniel puppy will take care of most of their exercise needs. However, a daily stroll would help relieve their primal instinct to walk. Keeping them happy and healthy is important so they may live out a potential life span of up to 14 years.
One important tip in grooming the Cavalier is to brush the fur on the ears often to avoid common tangling and matting of the hair. This breed is an average shedder but the daily brushing with a firm bristle brush will help. If you choose to either bathe or dry shampoo, make sure to thoroughly dry the dog and keep it as warm as possible.
At Temecula Puppies, our Cavalier Spaniels come with their first set of puppy vaccines, deworming, and health checks. Our breeders are required to have regular vet records on the breeding parents and puppies. Every puppy has a vet exam within the first week after adoption. We also initiate basic potty training and socialization. Please remember that only time, love, and patience is what truly trains a puppy to be obedient
Because Temecula Puppies knows it is very important to carefully choose where to adopt your new family companion, we offer healthy and happy Cavalier Spaniels from local and trusted breeders only. We make certain that they come from a truly loving home. Please remember that we never ship our puppies in from out of state breeders.
Temecula Puppies is located in Temecula California and would be happy to assist you in adopting your new Cavalier Spaniel puppy today.