The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies in this video are filled with energy. The first puppy has the most adorable way of trotting. Still getting used to these new legs. They are playing in the backyard, already being introduced to the tunnel. Some of the puppies are more dominant than others in their play. One actually tackle a sibling. He’s going to be a future Puppy Bowl player.
Cavaliers love people. They’ll follow you everywhere. From the kitchen to the bathroom to your home office and back. And when your lap is available, they’ll jump up. They are best matched with families who have one stay-at home parent, or someone who works from home, or someone who is retired, according to Vetstreet. They don’t like to be left alone by themselves.
Characteristics of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
They are happy, easy going, trusting, and everyone’s friend. They are getting more and more popular as a companion dog because they are small, loving, and playful, and well, beautiful!
They are the largest of the Toy breeds, and can go for long walks and hikes with you. The Cavalier makes a great therapy dog because of her intuitive nature. She can sit quietly with someone who prefers less activity, or get rowdy when they play with active older children.
They usually love children. And it’s better to match them with family with older children who might enjoy teaching them tricks. Young children may pet them too hard or accidentally fall on these small dogs. Generally, the Cavaliers are smart and learn quickly. When you train them, use positive enforcement. Any harsh word, and they’ll stop trying, maybe even hide. When house training a Cavalier puppy, take them out on a regular schedule, reward her after she’s done, and until she’s completely house train, allow her to be in only certain area of the house. You can read more about the Cavalier King Charles Spaniels here. If you enjoy this video, you would probably also like this one.
Article source: Vetstreet