Our next litter of Cavaliers

We are expecting 2 litters of Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, they are due the last week of July. These puppies will be from my lovely dog COCOBO Google me this and Cocobo and the AMAZING New stud boys Cocobo like a Kazoo and Cocobo Im a keeper, the pups will be Blenheim and tri colour definitely the best around!!

The parents to be the Mums






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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel colours

From pristine show dogs to lovable companions, no matter what color pattern the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel comes in, they will find their way into your heart.

Standard colours

Blenheim, Ruby, Tri colour, Black and Tan

Other colours include

Black, Black and white, Sable. Chocolate

These colours are not recognised in Australia and are not registered by DOGS NSW https://www.dogsnsw.org.au/

See our page on Cavalier King Charles colours


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History of the Breed

Cavalier King Charles, or their predecessors, has been a dog beloved by royalty for centuries. They are the descendants of toy Spaniels that were popular during the Renaissance.

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Defining Characteristics of Cavalier King Charles Spaniels

These dogs are known for being comforter dogs. They have soft coats of long to medium-length fur and sweet dispositions.

Beyond being well-suited as companion dogs, emotional therapy dogs, or pups for singles and seniors, their obedience helps them excel in conformation shows. They are also quite agile and can be trained to participate in agility shows.

These Spaniels can also be useful little hunting dogs. They can hunt squirrels, chipmunks, and other small animals. They are typically not trained for this unless it is a specific desire, because many other breeds excel at sporting activities.


The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is most well-known for their incredibly sweet and affectionate personality. Finding a dog in this breed that isn’t always ready for a cuddle and one-on-one time with their family would be a feat of nature.

They are always eager to please, and although they are smart, this rarely manifests in a strong, stubborn streak. Instead, they are one of the easier dog breeds to train, and thus a good dog for first-time owners, due to their combination of intelligence and obedience.

You wouldn’t think that these dogs could get much better, but they are also quite outgoing and adaptable. You do not have to worry about the pups getting along with any other animals in the home, and they can be taken just about anywhere since they love to be around people.


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