I am a hobby breeder and only have one litter a year. My dogs are part of the family, not kennel dogs. They are spoiled rotten and very happy animals. The puppies are handled from birth on and are exposed to other dogs, cats, and children. They are well adjusted and will be a great addition to their new family. The pups are AKC Registerable and will be current on shots and deworming.
Our number one goal is to improve the pedigree, health and temperament of our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies are like our children! They are all raised together in our home with lots of "TLC." My husband and I, as well as our children, make sure all of our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies are well socialized with lots of personal attention. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies are very good with children of all ages and make a great addition to any home. Check out our Available Puppies page for recent pictures of our newest Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies for sale and please, feel free to contact
Our kennels are located in very great space, where our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies have over 6 Acres of farm land to keep them entertained. We have converted a large paddock as a play area for our dogs, which basically has become a 'doggie adventure land'. Our pups are a very important part of our family. They are raised around babies, children and are regarded as members of our family. We are enthusiasts of this breed. We are extremely passionate and have a vision of supplying outstanding pedigrees to fellow Cavalier King Charles Spaniel lovers!. We are members of the AKC (American Kennel Club) and endeavor to follow all of their guidelines and protocol for future development and breedingus anytime.
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The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is an eager, affectionate and happy dog, always seeming to be wagging its tail. Outgoing and sportive, these fearless lively little dogs are eager and willing to please. They are intelligent enough to understand what you want and therefore are usually easy to train and respond well to gentle obedience training. They are said to be naturally well behaved and get along well with other dog. They love people, enjoy companionship, and need rules to follow and limits to what they are allowed to do. They are not suited to kennel life and should not be left alone all day. If you do need to leave them, be sure to take them for a pack walk before you leave to put them in a natural rest mode.