How many litters can a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel have per year?
The Cavalier Spaniel Club USA recommends that these dogs should not have more than six litters in a lifetime and no more than two litters within a year and a half.
How old is my Cavalier King Charles Spaniel?
Our babies have had babies! 1 x Blenheim female (RESERVED) 1 x Tri female (RESERVED) 1x Tri male (RESERVED) Mum is a Black and Tan (my dog) and dad is a Ruby… Sadly due to a change in personal circumstances I am looking to rehome my 13 week old puppy.
How long does a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel hold his bladder?
Once your Cavalier is 4 months old, he can usually hold his bladder for up to 4 hours. Reward your Cavalier. If your dog moves his bladder or bowel in the toileting spot, give him lots of praise. Cavaliers respond well to positive reinforcement, so you should encourage him to please you.
When to start toilet training a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel?
You should begin toilet training him as soon as you bring him home. Take him to the spot where you’d like him to toilet and set him down on the floor or ground. Choose a toileting spot before you bring your dog home and be consistent. Don’t change the spot and expect your dog to remember where you’d like him to go.
What happens to a King Charles spaniel when he is neutered?
Males who are neutered are generally calmer and easier to train. They are also less likely to display unwanted behaviors such as humping other dogs, legs, or toys. A neutered male is also less likely to roam if there is a nearby female in heat. Getting your Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Neutered is a relatively straightforward operation.
When to take a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel to the vet?
All cavaliers should be screened for the sounds of tubulent blood flow, called heart murmurs, once a year beginning at age 1 year. Once MVD is detected, its progression can be monitored with stethoscopic examinations (auscultations), x-rays, echocardiograms, and color Doppler echocardiograms.
Can a King Charles Spaniel be a pet?
Both male and female Cavalier King Charles Spaniels make great pets. But are there any major differences between the male or female Cavalier King Charles Spaniel? So should you choose a male or female Cavalier King Charles Spaniel?
Is there a difference between a male and female Cavalier King Charles Spaniel?
With some breeds of dogs there seem to be many differences between a male and a female. But this is not really the case with a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Males and females of the breed tend to be equally loving and equally nurturing.
Which is the leading cause of death of Cavalier King Charles Spaniels?
IN SHORT: Heart mitral valve disease (MVD) is the leading cause of death of cavalier King Charles spaniels throughout the world. MVD is a polygenetic disease which statistics have shown may afflict over half of all cavaliers by age 5 years and nearly all cavaliers by age 10 years, should they survive that long.