Cavalier King Charles Puppies For Sale
Frequently Asked Questions
The cavalier is a toy spaniel that was originally bred to warm the laps of queens of England in drafty castles and on chilly carriage rides.
Cavaliers are excellent with children, but the age of the children is an important factor in choosing a puppy. Because Cavalier puppies are so small, many breeders will not sell young puppies to families with children under the age of five. An older puppy or adult dog will be more suitable for such families. Small children should always be well supervised when around a delicate puppy.
Cavaliers require daily to weekly brushing to prevent tangles and mats and to maintain their long, silky coat.
This breed measures between 12 to 14 inches tall at the shoulders with a weight between 13 to 18 lbs.
No. Cavaliers are not known for being vocal, which does not make them a good choice for a watch dog. Like any dog they may let out a happy bark when there is a visitor or another dog passing by, but in general they are pretty laid back.
These sweet little pups are the epitome of companionship since they were initially introduced as lap dogs. They have a gentle and friendly nature making them an ideal pet for a family with children or other animals.
Cavaliers have quite a bit of energy so adequate exercise is very important. These dogs love games of chase and swimming, which are both excellent choices for exercise. They will also need 1 to 2 daily walks to keep them fit and healthy.
Yes! In fact, this little one will be happy to go on any errand or adventure that you plan. However, it is important to get them used to car rides and traveling at a young age.
The average life expectancy is between 8 to 12 years.
The most common mixed breeds of Cavalier are the Cockalier – Cocker Spaniel King Charles Mix, the Cavapoo – The Cavalier Poodle Mix and the Beaglier – The Beagle Cavalier King Charles Mix.
Yes! Retirees, or "empty nesters," find the companionship, temperament, small size and easy maintenance ideal. They are true companion dogs who give lots of affection and love. They are an excellent partner for seniors who need a walking partner.
A Cavalier King Charles Spaniel has a longer muzzle than their King Charles counterparts. The King Charles Spaniel has a much flatter muzzle and they have distinctly domed heads whereas Cavaliers have much flatter heads. Cavaliers have a strong scissor bite whereas a King Charles Spaniel’s jaw is slightly undershot. Additionally, Cavaliers tend to be slight larger than their King counterparts. Their temperaments also differ- Cavaliers are a bit more outgoing where the Kings are a little more reserved.
Most dogs do not enjoy being left alone, especially for long periods of time, and the Cavalier is no exception. This breed craves human interaction and attention and can develop depression and separation anxiety if left alone often or for long periods of time.
If you’re looking for a watch dog you may want to keep searching. This sweet little pup is all about making new friends and are happy to greet anyone who comes there way.
Thanks to their lineage in sporting, the Cavalier has adopted the ability to learn and follow commands. They’re eager to please and considered easy to train.
CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL
Best experience ever ! The entire transaction was amazing. I found the puppy of my dreams on Thursday and the following Monday I was meeting him at the airport. Jasper is the most amazing puppy, everyone who meets him instantly falls in love with him. He is wicked smart and extremely playful but loves nothing more than to cuddle. We bonded instantly. The service from the Premier Pups team was outstanding. They checked in on Jasper repeatedly wanting to make sure he was doing ok and to make sure I didn't have any questions. I would not hesitate to go back to them for another puppy.
We purchased 2 caviliers from premier pups our tri colored copper will be 2 feb 17th and our little mia our Blenheim was a year old aug 29th. They are the love of our lives they are healthy and happy love to be with us every second. Would not hesitate to get a furry friend from premier pups. Just wanted to give an update
A few days ago I adopted a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. I could not be happier with my experience. Thank you for all of the advise and follow up calls. We love our little girl. She is amazing.
As soon as I saw Williams picture I fell in love with him.From how fast he arived and the custormer service at permire pups I could not have asked for a easier process.William has been the best addition to my life he is so adorable and playfull but always wants to cuddle.William is everthing that I was looking for in a dog and I could not be happier.Permire pups was great at answering any questions that I had and it was very nice that they call and check in about the puppy in the first week you can tell they really care about these puppies.
When we purchased our first pup we couldn’t have been happier with the whole process so when we wanted a playmate for our little copper our tri colored cavilier we went back to premier pups and recently got our little Mia formerly known as bora and again we couldn’t be happier she has fit right in and our little copper just loves his little sister she is a joy and so darn cute so please don’t hesitate to purchase a little fur baby from premier pups we couldn’t have been happier
Milo (Deon) Thanks so much for working with us, Milo has been an awesome addition to our family. He gets along great with his buddy Leo.
I'm Ava I'm 10 years old and I live in Ketchikan Alaska. How we came to get Nalle is I told my mom "I want a beagle" so we started looking at beagles. I had researched them before and they seemed like the perfect fit for our family, but as I looked farther into it, I realized that they need a whole lot of exercise and bark a lot. That wasn’t a good fit for our family, so no to the beagle. But my mom had always wanted a Cavachon. We started looking at them, but I liked cavapoos better so my mom said "Ava, we can get a cavapoo." So I started looking for cavapoos. I spent about four to five hours looking for trustworthy websites and a reputable breeder. It was so hard, trying to find a good site, I probably went through at least 35 different websites, until I found Premier Pups. It was the first site I found that actually had reviews, so we started looking at cavapoos on here. It was amazing! We fell in love with and bought Nalle (formally Yoga,) after a few weeks of searching and making sure the timing was right to bring a new puppy home. Then, my Grandparents decided the time was right for them, too, so Premier Pups sent us the pair of pups together! They made the process super easy and shipped the pups here by airplane, staying in constant contact. We picked her up from the airport. They were in amazing condition and cuter than we thought possible! The next day Premier Pups called to check on them. I would recommend Premier Pups to anyone ready to make room for new addition to the family! You’re incredible Premier Pups!
We would like to thank premier pup for their excellent service! We bought Colt one year ago and he is the nicest puppy! We are sooo please! Definitely reccommend their services!
Gunner is an awesome dog. Very lovable. Premier Pups was great to work with. Pup was ready when promised, they stayed late in order for me to pick him up. Very good follow up to see how the pup is doing. If you have never experienced a Cavalier King Charles, I highly recommend. Breed is very easy to train, very docile and lovable. My pup loves to swim as well.
When looking for a puppy there were many choices out there. I came across Premier pups website and loved the professional website and the customer service. I looked them up on bbb.org and found them to be legitimate so I cruised the pages to see what puppy caught my eye. Although lol the puppies were super adorable, I fell in love with Alexander at the time, now Frankie. The whole process was great and the customer service was superb. I am super impressed by the process, and would recommend to anyone. Thank you for bring us so much joy.
Affectionate, Cheerful, Courageous, Gentle, Social
|Adult Weight||12-18 lbs|
|Adult Height||12-13 in|
|Life Expectancy||9-14 yrs|
|Rating||5.0 (38 reviews)|
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel or the Cavalier Spaniel for short originated in England during the 17th century and quickly became the favorite pet of the Royal House of England. Recognized as one of the largest toy breeds and true to their heritage, these loyal and devoted pups make for the ultimate companion and lap dog.
Appearance and Grooming
It has a strong, flat back and a long and silky fur with different colors like black, grey, white, red or cream, a long tail and a small body with long and pendent ears. It has a feathered tail which is carried high and moves when it runs. Because of its long coat, brushing is recommended often to minimize shedding.
It has a friendly, active and playful personality and it gets along with humans and other pets. It is very happy to accompany its owners at daily activities. It doesn’t bark frequently and is generally well-behaved. Despite these, it can become suspicious around strangers. Sometimes, it tends to be shy or stubborn.
Family and Companionship
These playful puppies are just as happy to be city dogs as they are to be country dogs. They have soft and gentle nature, which makes them outstanding as therapy dogs. Their sweet and affectionate personality makes them a perfect companion for anyone especially, "empty nesters," as they love to cuddle and be close to their owner. Although these dogs have a proclivity for noisy greetings, they are generally not a protective breed.
Don’t let their toy size fool you these dogs pack a lot of energy for their small frames. A daily walk each day and some indoor active play will surely keep your puppy in peak condition.
Training and Socialization
It is loyalty and obedience allow for this breed to be easily trained. Cavalier Spaniels are a true sporting breed and are often used in sport competitions for their athleticism. They are often used in dog sports such as agility, flyball and rally. Some have even shown their prowess as hunting dogs. Food rewards and positive reinforcement help ensure that training goes smoothly. Cavaliers have a soft personality, so yelling at them is counterproductive and likely to send them into hiding. Instead, reward them every time you see them doing something that is good.