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Posture of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel


The attitude of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is not complicated and is just as suitable for beginners as his upbringing. He needs two things above all to be happy: loving owners who have a lot of time for him and the opportunity to play extensively every day. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is playful and lovable - Image: Shutterstock / Geoff Hardy

You can keep a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel as an individual or in the family, as a sporty or cozy person. The uncomplicated, happy dog ​​likes to adapt to its housing conditions - but you should really have a lot of time for it, because it is not a dog that likes to be alone.

Posture in the apartment or in the house

Whether you keep this petite dog in the house or in the apartment is irrelevant, as long as the basic conditions are right. If he comes out four times a day, can let off steam there and live out his playfulness with his peers, he is happy. Walks may be a little longer for him, but he doesn't have to run for hours as a moderately temperamental dog. The four-legged friend also likes to play at home, but also loves to cuddle.

Since he is not very vigilant, he is not one of the loudest dogs and therefore one of the more pleasant house dogs.

That makes the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel happy

Because it is social, intelligent and very playful, the spaniel also enjoys dog sports. Visits to the dog place or a little agility ensure that he is well used and can have important contact with other dogs.

Small and cute: the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

At home you should brush it regularly and never overfeed it, because overweight is unhealthy for the petite dog. If you spoil him a little, you will make him happy and you don't normally have to worry about being brought up well. The friendly dog ​​usually does not tend to take advantage of the niceness of its owners, but rather to do everything to please it.