When did Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club rescue?

When did Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club rescue?

First as Mid-Florida Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club Rescue (MFCKCSC Rescue), and now as Cavalier Rescue of Florida, Inc. (CRF) we have been saving Cavaliers since 2000, placing hundreds of Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. more…

Do you need to bathe a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel?

The Cavalier’s lustrous, silky coat requires little more than regular brushing and an occasional bath to keep him in beautiful condition.

What are the faults of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel?

Faults – Cow or sickle hocks. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel wears his connection to British history in his breed’s name. Cavaliers are the best of two worlds, combining the gentle attentiveness of a toy breed with the verve and athleticism of a sporting spaniel.

What kind of food does a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel eat?

AKC Marketplace is the only site to exclusively list 100% AKC puppies from AKC-Registered litters and the breeders who have cared for and raised these puppies are required to follow rules and regulations established by the AKC. The Cavalier should be fed a high-quality dog food appropriate to the dog’s age (puppy, adult, or senior).

Why was my Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dropped off at the Marina?

The vet surmised a breeder (probably a puppy miller) found that he was useless as a stud dog, and dropped him off at the marina. By this time the lab tests indicated he was heartworm positive and had a number of intestinal parasites.

Is it okay to adopt a Cavalier King Charles?

Never let them scare you and certainly don’t let them try and win you over. Even if they look at you with those puppy eyes. Adopting a Cavalier King Charles is always a terrible idea. Here’s proof in 19 photos. 1. From day one, they are desperate to terrify you. 2. A mob of Cavalier King Charles puppies. Run for your life ! 3.

How old does a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel have to be to have syringomyelia?

It is found in all colors, in all lines, and affects both sexes. Signs are usually noticed in dogs between 6 months and 3 years but it has been diagnosed in Cavaliers up to 10 years old. At present the condition can only be identified by MRI scan or by clinical signs.