Why You Should Never Feed Your Cavalier From the Table

As mentioned, Cavalier spaniels are prone to a variety of diseases, many of which affect the heart. As with most animals, weight gain can put added strain on the already-stressed heart. Overweight animals (including humans) are more likely to have heart disease, strokes, diabetes, cancer, and depression. Unfortunately, the Cavalier is prone to excessive weight

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Think Twice Before Flying with a Cavalier

If you’ve gotten this far into my website, you likely know that I don’t bother learning the scientific names of the diseases that ail our wonderful Cavalier friends. However, there is one disease that I want all you spaniel-loving readers to commit to memory: brachycephalic. Yes, it’s a long one. It’s a lot of syllables

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Health Issues

While I bragged about them being the perfect mix of fun and relaxed, there are some tradeoffs healthwise. Nearly all Cavalier King Charles will experience heart issues in their lifetime. My non-scientific assessment is that their heart gets torn in two between being a sport and companion animal. Obviously, that’s poetic not actual, but it

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For Sale

I don’t know why, but puppies or dogs being “for sale” makes my stomach turn a little bit. I know that people buy dogs and other people sell those dogs, so certainly they are for sale, but it feels weird. Like adoption agencies saying “babies for sale.” At any rateā€¦ Here are a few places

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Local Breeders

I don’t know any of these breeders myself. I bought both of mine in Oklahoma from a couple who breeds them irregularly and not for profit. Those listed here are ones I know or have heard about around here when I have spoken to people about Cavaliers. I’ll come back in here and make each

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