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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

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Introduction

General information

  • Derived from the King Charles Spaniel, in an effort to breed them to the type seen in Van Dyck's painting of Charles II.
  • The Cavalier, as it is known, has a longer muzzle than the King Charles and is an affectionate and happy companion.
  • Can be a wimp when being treated and therefore often reacts verbally when being vaccinated.
  • A good pet dog that requires regular grooming and reasonable exercise.

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