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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel ##STADE## - coat 8
Characteristics of this breed:
They are sensitive and happy dogs. They are very affectionate towards their master and can be very likeable! They are also particularly social with their family or even strangers!

Characteristics in Dogzer:

They have good jumping and agility skills


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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel ##STADE## - coat 1340000495

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Popular in the United Kingdom, this little spaniel with its long history was in fashion in the European royal courts from the 17th to the 18th centuries. What''s more, they are often portrayed in engravings and paintings of that time, buried in sumptuous clothes. From their role as a court dog, the Cavalier kept their proud and elegant nature.

This dog is active. You could even say very active because they really need to play and go for walks often. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel needs fresh air and does not appreciate being left locked up inside all day. The best is to take them out into the forest regularly where they can burn up their energy without limit.

As well as being active, this dog is also graceful. Their gait is incredible: when they walk, they seem to take off from the ground because of their free-moving and elegant steps. The Cavalier''s movements give off a royal air with a lot of force from the rear - their muscled hindquarters.

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel stands out with its gentle expression which is most impressive because of the eyes. They never seem to be annoyed and always seem happy and gay, overflowing with joy. It''s a breed full of life.

This dog is not a barker. They generally only bark when they''re scared or simply to answer a fellow animal. Storms are one of the things that Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are scared of as well as anything that makes a particularly loud noise. On the other hand, they love hunting flies in the house. Watch out all the same, they could leap out the window to try and catch one!

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a dog breed that''s easy to train because they have a rare intelligence. No need to repeat something ten times, they understand their master''s orders instantly.
What''s more, they build excellent relationships with children. Even very young children who pull on their hair to play or climb on top of him are not risking anything: the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel would never bite or growl at them. If the child hurts him, he either does nothing or cries out in pain but in any case, he is never aggressive. The same goes for if you stand on his tail or paw by mistake.
They are also very social with other dogs. They have no problem going up to meet a fellow animal, sniffing it and playing with it. There''s no need to worry about fighting if the two dogs get along well and get to know each other.

But it''s also with its master that this dog looks to bond with through little noises which are very funny to listen to.

These adorable little dogs have become very popular, especially in Great Britain where they currently hold the fifth place in number of dog births.
Un chiot Cavalier King Charles ronge un os à mâcher
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Deux Cavaliers King Charles allongés dans l'herbe
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