Our last little gorgeous boy! Was going to be used as a stud but has a tiny little umbilical hernia so he’s at a reduced price to a good pet home! Hernia is only cosmetic none of the other littler had it, puppy will come with KC registration with proof of health tested parent on the fathers side and Heath tested parent on the mothers side also making the puppy free of, Dry eye, curly coat, ef, and also heart tested, puppy will have he’s first vaccination and health check and a puppy pack ready for he’s lovely new adventures, deposit of £150 to secure puppy PHOTOS OF SOLID RUBY MUM AND HAVE PHOTOS OF DAD WHO IS BLACK AND TAN
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Is the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel the right pet for your lifestyle? Read our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dog Breed Information. It is important to consider these facts to help you decide whether you are ready for long-term pet ownership.Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Breed Information
Cavalier King Charles spaniels are elegant and gentle pooches. It’s no wonder why this dog breed gained so much popularity throughout the years. Aside from their wonderful looks and personalities, check out these seven interesting facts you might not have heard about this wonderful breed.
Should you get a cocker spaniel, the UK’s most popular spaniel breed, or a Cavalier King Charles spaniel, a favoured breed by many royalties? Both spaniel breeds make great family pets that it’s hard to choose between the two. Let’s assess and see which breed is more suited to you and your lifestyle.
Before bringing a Cavalier King Charles spaniel home, you need to be equipped with sufficient knowledge on how to care for him. Gaining this knowledge will help you build a solid foundation for your pooch to live a healthy and contented life.