The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was named for Britain's King Charles II and is seen in tapestries and paintings alongside their royal families. It is clear in these art works that these dogs were considered a luxury to own and, typically, lived a very pampered life as pets. At times, they were used in hunting small game, but their true purpose was always to be a companion to their humans.
This toy breed is quite energetic and elegant and can live in either the city or the country. They perform successfully in shows in the areas of agility and obedience, and also are amazing therapy dogs because of their gentle and sweet dispositions. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel even became a celebrity by appearing on television shows. They have silky coats and can be found in the colors of Tricolor which is black, tan and white, Blenheim which is white and chestnut, Black, Tan and the solid red color of Ruby.
These little dogs are quite friendly and easily trained. They are also a great companion for kids and thrive when they are treated as a family member. Their coats will need to be brushed weekly but do not require any trimming. Cavalier King Charles Spaniels can adapt easily to exercise. They are fine curled up on the sofa with their humans or taking a long walk. Maybe this is the perfect little pet for your family. Look at these ads and see if yours is there.