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Are Cavalier King Charles allowed anywhere?
It has often been stated that King Charles Spaniels and Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are the only breed of dog allowed entry to all public buildings due to an act of parliament passed by Charles II. More than likely Charles II simply took his dogs anywhere he wished and nobody would dare challenge him.
Is Cavalier King Charles Spaniel good with kids?
The Cavalier is a sweet, gentle, and affectionate breed, very eager to please their human. They are friendly with strangers and with other animals, and they can do very well with children. They are smart and train easily, and Cavaliers excel in a number of canine sports including obedience, rally, and agility.
How much does a Cavalier King Charles cost per year?
Growing Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies will cost about $130 a year, while adults will cost about $180. The price difference is due to the size difference as the puppy grows.
Are there Cavalier King Charles Spaniels allowed anywhere?
Cavalier king charles spaniels – are they really allowed ANYWHERE? I am thinking about getting one of these dogs as I am a huge dog lover and they are wonderful lap dogs and very very good with children also they have a wonderful attitude and are classed in the toy breed catagory (anyone who knows there breeds will know what I mean)
Why are King Charles Spaniels called KCS?
Anyway – these dogs are so called due to King Charles II totaly being in love with the breed, and he created a law in his time which stated that this breed of dog (KCS) is to be allowed in any public place, inc westminster with no refusal or being turned away.
What kind of intelligence does a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel have?
Average: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel’s has average obedience intelligence. Patience is needed for teaching this breed to any tricks and commands though, but it’s worth the effort. They understand and memorize new commands in 25-40 repetitions.
Why was the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel brought to bed?
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was thought to protect its owners from fleas and therefore the plague. Particularly with British royalty, the breed was brought into the Kings and Queens beds to sleep because they believed the dog attracted fleas and protected the owners from fleas and diseases.