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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

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Fairyland
Tanja van Gund
tanja.van.gund@inwent.co.za
012-4236314 
086-6265788 (fax)
082-549 4417
Lapambertron
Robbie & Pam Upton
upton@mweb.co.za
021-5586040
083-7081553
  
36 Kompanje Street
Bothasig
7441

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Description:
A small dog with a soft silky coat. They come in four color combinations: Blenheim, Tricolor, Ruby and Black and Tan. The ears hang down. They get along well with strangers and other animals.

They have a calming effect on many people. They are excellent with children and enjoy playing with them. In addition, these dogs are extremely beneficial for senior citizens or those experiencing "empty nest syndrome". Cavaliers also travel well. For the most part they are healthy and naturally clean dogs.

    
History:
Originally bred in England to warm the laps in drafty castles and on chilly carriage rides. They were also used to attract fleas and thereby protect their owners from the "Plague". Today it is one of the five most popular breeds in England. They are strictly companion dogs.
      
Fun things to do:
Cavaliers love to cuddle in the laps of their owners.
    
Health Risks:
Generally healthy breed, but can experience the following problems: heart murmurs, cataracts, Subluxating Patellas and MVD.
    
Things to watch out for with this breed:
Because of its long-haired coat, this breed requires regular grooming. Also, this is a very friendly breed and does not make a good guard dog. They think of strangers as friends they've yet to meet. Very susceptible to Mitral Valve Disease

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