Cavalier King Charles Spaniel breeders
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel originated in Great Britain and was bred as a companion dog. The breed was recognized by the Canadian Kennel Club in 1957 and by the United Kennel Club in 1980. It wasn't until 1996 that the breed was fully recognized by the American Kennel Club due to the small population of dogs in the U.S.
He is intelligent, outgoing, playful, always willing to please and adapts well to all types of living environments. The Cavalier is known to be wonderful with children and an excellent companion for seniors.
The Cavalier participates in a variety of dog sports including the show ring, obedience, and agility and he also makes an excellent Therapy dog.
The Cavalier measures from 12 to 13 inches (30-33 cm) at the withers and weighs 12 to 18 lbs (5-8kg).
For more information about this breed, see the Breed Info section.
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Bredanley's Kennel6264 Wisbeach Road
Bredanley's Kennel is a home based kennel where we provide an abundance of love and care towards our dogs. Our females live in our home and are part of our family life. They are bred only with selective screened males. Our goal is to provide families with a healthy companion that will give them unconditional love. Our females have their heart screened and OFA certified by cardiologist and eyes certified by Optimologist.
I am a CKC and CKCS Club member in good standing.
All of our puppies are sold CKC Registered, Non-breeding contract, micro-chip, first shots and one year health guarantee.
For more information please e-mail email@example.com
or call Grace at 519-828-3509.
Amaranth, Ontario, L9W 0K1
Cedar Creek Kennels breeds beautiful, loving Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. Our Cavaliers live with us and all of our puppies are raised in our home. We breed all four colours (tricolour, blenheim, ruby, and black & tan) and are members of the Canadian Kennel Club.
Our puppies go to their new homes around 9 weeks old and they are dewormed, vet checked, have their first set of shots, are tattooed, will get registered with the Canadian Kennel Club and come with a one year health guarantee.
We provide family raised, healthy and well-socialized Blenheim and tri-colour puppies. We specialize in top German and UK lines, with champion bloodlines.
All of our dogs are screened for heart, eyes and patellas prior to breeding to ensure quality puppies. They are fed a raw dog food diet, providing them with soft, silky fur and healthy teeth and gums.
All of our puppies are sold CKC registered, vaccinated, dewormed, micro-chipped and come with a 1 1/2 year health guarantee.
Please visit our website at: www.oldschoolcavaliers.ca for further information. We welcome you to our home.
All our breeding Cavaliers are from central European Champion bloodlines. They are part of our family and live in our home with us just outside of Niagara Falls, Ontario, on 3 acres of land. I am a member of European CKCS Club and I breed to their highest standards for health, temperament and type.
Our puppies come with a written health guarantee, but more importantly I can show you proof of health history of grandparents as well as great-grandparents.
For more information you can visit our Website at: www.europeheart.com.
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