Cavalier King Charles Spaniels – Pros and Cons & Compatibility with Single Owners

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Cavalier King Charles spaniels are majestic dogs with an affectionate and graceful personality. Here are some things to consider for single households that want a Cavalier King Charles spaniel.

Pros of Owning a Cavalier King Charles Spaniels

A moderate amount of exercise can keep them happy. Cavalier King Charles spaniels will enjoy daily short walks with their owners. This works well for single dog owners who don’t always have the time to give their dogs a long walk every day.

They are relatively easy to train because of their eager-to-please attitude. You can quickly teach them obedience and other important skills with positive training.

They aren’t the most effective guard dogs due to their gentle personality. They are better known for being therapy dogs. Single dog owners looking for some security should look elsewhere.

Cons of Owning a Cavalier King Charles Spaniels

Cavalier King Charles spaniels are prone to a few hereditary health conditions such as cataracts and retinal problems. It’s important for owners of Cavalier King Charles spaniels to get pet insurance.

They aren’t hypoallergenic. People who suffer from allergic reactions (especially to dust and dander) should avoid owning Cavalier King Charles spaniels.

They need a moderate amount of grooming and maintenance. Cavalier King Charles spaniel owners should brush the dogs on a regular basis to keep their coat in beautiful condition.

John at My Pet Child

is the Founder of My Pet Child, where he shares his tips on living with a dog in an apartment.

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