How King Charles Spaniel People Are Raised

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The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a lively, elegant, well-proportioned toy dog that is very flamboyant and generous. With a love of movement and bravery, but at the same time a refined and loving animal. In this breed, this typical aristocratic temperament is very important, which encompasses a truly noble and royal appearance. The essence of this breed is natural and does not need to be groomed, sculpted or artificially altered.

History of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Long used as a hunting breed in France, it crossed the English Channel to England in the early 16th century, was used to hunt mountain pheasants in the early 19th century, and was selectively bred to produce the modern breed with its fine character and short nose. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was the favorite dog of the British royal family and was a favorite breed of Mary Queen of Scots and King Charles I and Charles II of England. The dog is a variant of the Difference Longhaired Pendulous and was improved by the influence of the Harbinger into a breed with a shorter muzzle, also known as the Carpet Dog. The dog was bred to be slightly larger than the Charles Spaniel, lively and active, with a gentlemanly facial expression, and loved by the British upper class, including King Charles, so called the King Charles Spaniel. King Charles’s love of dogs can be seen in the contemptuous performance of the then naval officer Seb Pibbs, who once said contemptuously that the court saw a foolish king who only played with dogs every day and did not concentrate on court affairs. The chivalrous King Charles Spaniel, a variant of the Charles Spaniel with long hair and pendulous ears, was improved by the influence of the Harbinger into a breed with a shorter muzzle, also known as the carpet dog. The dog was bred to be slightly larger than the Charles Spaniel, lively and active, with a gentlemanly facial expression, and loved by the British upper class, including King Charles I and Charles II, so it was called the King Charles Spaniel. It is the second most popular dog in the UK after the Yorkshire mores.

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