ART'S available AKC CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIELS Puppies (read below)
If you love to cuddle with a super sweet dog who loves everybody, likes to play and go for walks, you like long coats, but you don't want to groom much Cavaliers are the perfect dog for you!
Our Cavaliers are health tested, Champion bloodlines, top quality, yet we keep them affordable for families wanting a healthy best friend. Some may be available for show prospects also.
Cavaliers are not destructive, and are very good at entertaining themselves with a toy or another puppy, and happy to sit for hours on the couch with you. Excellent dogs for small, or large apartments/homes.
Our puppies are all born in our home, under very close supervision. "Deposit information," "What comes with your puppy," "FAQ" and "To get a puppy or not," along with tabs for other pages above, please check them out. A puppy is a very serious decision. Please do not get a puppy or a dog if you have any hesitation about long term responsibility of a furry best friend.
Puppies adopted for a pet and on agreement to be spayed, or neutered between 5 and 6 months of age are $1800. plus tax.
Some of the parents and grandparents photos and OFA certificates are on the parent page, (Orthopedic Foundation Association) for patellas, hips, hearts, and eyes as recommended by the breed club. I am still working on getting them all uploaded to the new website.
See moms due below for AKC Cavaliers due to be born.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
The Cavalier is in the class of the oldest toy dog breeds. They are small and were originally bred as lap dogs because of their cute look and small size. They are known to be friendly and extremely affectionate. The kind of dog that would crawl under the covers with you. Discover more about our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies for sale below!
The Cavalier is descended from the toy spaniels back in the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. They were named after the King Charles Spaniel because the king wouldn’t go anywhere without them. The breed has retained its popularity from the ages past right to this modern age.
In 1945 the Kennel Club recognized this the Cavalier as a separate breed and gradually their registered number grew. They were used for dog shows and were constantly winning at them. They are sensational both at shows and at home because they are the sweetest of dogs.
Cavaliers are gentle natured and affectionate dogs. They are very sweet and will adapt to any place they find themselves without any problems. They are incredibly playful and undemanding. They are quite intelligent too. They have no aggressive bone in them and neither do they have any prey drive. They love having people around and don’t do so well when they are lonely.
Cavaliers can adapt to any place and environment without so much fuss. This means they could do apartment living or country living. The only problem would come when they are left alone because they develop separation anxiety.
They are suitable for homes where one person stays at home when everyone else is out. It will keep them busy and entertained. They also do not do well with the winter weather as they could get very cold.
Cavaliers need their daily dose of exercise. It is easy for them to curl up on the bed or sofa or your lap all day but it is important to take them on walks or they could easily be obese. They need about an hour worth of exercise daily so that they stay healthy.
If they don’t get this, they could get bored and will develop some bad habits that could be very irritating or frustrating. Keep them mentally stimulated too and house trains them as much as possible.
The Cavalier sheds more in seasons like spring and autumn and as such would need more brushing during those periods. Keep them looking good always. Brush their coat daily and trim the hairs between their toes as that is more prone to matting which could cause discomfort when walking.
It is pertinent to take them to a professional groomer every 3 months so they get bathed and brushed and trimmed appropriately. You should also be sure that when they are bathed their ears are towel dried properly as damp ears could lead to infection.
Brush their teeth to avoid bacteria build-up and trim their nails too if they don’t wear down naturally. Try as much as possible to get your Cavalier accustomed to being touched and brushed so it gets easier.
Our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies for sale come from either USDA licensed commercial breeders or hobby breeders with no more than 5 breeding mothers. USDA licensed commercial breeders account for less than 20% of all breeders in the country.
The unregulated breeders who are selling outside of the USDA regulations and without a license are what we consider to be “Puppy Mills.” We are committed to offering Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies who will grow up to become important members of your family. We only purchase puppies from the very best sources, and we stand behind every puppy we sell.
Contact us today to learn more about the availability of our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies for sale. We look forward to helping you find your next family member. Our pet counselors can answer any questions you have about our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies.
Ten Frequently Asked Questions about the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Are Cavaliers a good choice for first-time owners?
Yes. They are known to be very affectionate and caring and eager to please their owners. They crave family time and will bond with their owners easily.
Do Cavaliers have prey drive?
No. They are very friendly dogs with zero aggression so they play with dogs and cats alike. They don’t have a high prey drive.
Are they playful?
Extremely. They love to be entertained and also to entertain. They will get to learn what pleases you quite fast and will stick to it.
Do Cavaliers adapt easily?
Yes, they do. They really do not mind where they live as long as it is with their owner. They adapt easily to any kind of life.
Do Cavaliers bark excessively?
No, they do not. They are quite friendly and are likely to get along with everyone. They should, however, be socialized early.
Are Cavaliers good watchdogs?
They are not. They are too friendly and will get along with everyone they meet so they are definitely not the kind of dog that would bark at strangers.
What health challenges do Cavaliers have?
They could have mitral valve disease, eye disorders, and obesity if not treated early.
Do Cavaliers love water?
Some of them do while others do not. You should watch out for your dog.
Are Cavaliers easy to train?
They are always eager to please so they are easy to train.
How long do Cavaliers live?
The average life expectancy of a Cavalier is 9 to 14 years.
A Cavalier is one dog breed you should want as a pet. First off, they are royalty and they are quite affectionate too.
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Jean Babcock, Northview Cavaliers, Spring Valley, IL, (815) 663-1634 www.northviewcavaliers.com, [email protected]
Piera Brown, WestGate Cavaliers, Arlington Heights, IL, (847) 533-3380, www.westgatecavaliers.com, [email protected]
Karen Cusick *, Veribas, Woodstock, IL, (847) 740-4913, [email protected]
Meg Hennessey *, Snowood, Marengo, IL, (815) 597-4601, www.snowood.net, [email protected]
Barb & Alyssa Kulm*, Toyland Cavaliers, Round Lake, IL, (847) 546-5341 , www.toylandcavaliers.com, [email protected]
Sondra & Doug Liston, WoodHaven Cavaliers, McHenry, IL, (815) 331-3000, www.woodhavencavaliers.com, [email protected]
Karen O'Connor, Inkahoots Cavaliers, Barrington, IL. (606) 669-7291, [email protected]
Janina Patkowski, Windkiss Cavaliers, Norridge, IL, (708) 228-7295, www.windkisscavaliers.com, [email protected]
Susan Shidler *, Sevenwoods Cavaliers, Mettawa, IL, (847) 680-0070, [email protected]
Leslee Weiner-Pope *, Huntcrest Labradors and Cavaliers, Grayslake, IL, (847) 546-9293, www.huntcrest.com, [email protected]
Mary Hanus *, Winterhaven Farms, Arbor Vitae, WI, (715) 358-1983, www.winterhavencavaliers.com, [email protected]
We are located just outside of Chicago, in the surburb of Hoffman Estates, Illinois, and for over thirty plus years, we have been showing and breeding dogs. We began in Irish Setters, adding a few Gordon Setters and English Cockers Spaniels along the way. After the loss of our last English Cocker, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel caught our attention and Treygens was born! Daughter-Paula, Granddaughter-Brooke and me, Mary are three generations of dog enthusiasts thus...Treygens.
Being members of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club/USA and the Cavaliers of the Midwest, we are dedicated to breeding for both a healthy and happy Cavalier. All of our dogs are OFA tested for hips, patellas, and heart. Eyes are registered with Cerf. They are DNA tested for Curly Coat/Dry Eye/Episodic Falling. If our dogs do not clear any one of these tests, they do not enter into our breeding program.
Our puppies are sold to approved homes on an AKC Limited Registration and CKCSC Limited Registration and with a signed agreement that the puppy will be spayed or neutered at 18 months of age. Early spaying or neutering is not recommended.
Each puppy comes with a recent Veterinarian Health Certificate, microchipped, with a copy of your puppy's DNA test results or proof of both parents are DNA cleared for Curly Coat/Dry Eye/Episodic Falling which automatically clears your puppy and information for keeping a healthy pet is provided.
Our dogs add so much to our lives...laughter, companionship and a wonderful group of new friends. We are happy that you are interested in this wonderful breed, and hope we can help you learn more about them by finding the dog that is a perfect fit for your family.
For further information on the Cavalier, visit the following website Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club USA
Mary and Paula Thorp and Brooke Wadas
Hoffman Estates, Illinois
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Our pets are healthy, happy, well trained, and much loved. Our pups are from exceptional bloodlines, chosen for excellent health and beautiful confirmation. Our goal is to breed and train polite, obedient canine companions. Our dogs are known for their intelligence and ease in training and for their calm, companionable personalities. We have bred quality labs for over ten years and have many, many, satisfied dog owners. We have both champions and hunters in our bloodlines. Because Cavaliers are so companionable, in the past years we have brought them into our home and fell in love with them. They make wonderful companion dogs and bring much calm and comfort to all ages. Again we strive to breed beautiful champion confirmation dogs who are healthy, intelligent and sweet; a true representation of this wonderful breed. We are a very small kennel (Cavaliers live in our home), inspected and approved by AKC, with only a few litters a year. Our dogs are our pets and get lots of love and attention from us and our children. We look forward to talking to you!…
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Linda has been active with the Van Andel Group - Dr. Neff and his research on early deafness. In 2012 she spearheaded a national DNA swab collection for 3,500 individual Cavaliers for this research. Currently, she is working to inform breeders and pet owners about the importance of MRI scanning to reduce the incidence of CM/SM.
As the Chairman of the Health Committee for the Cavalier Club of Greater Chicago, Linda organized six reduced cost MRI clinics in 2015 and 5 in 2016.
The annual health clinic had over 300 Cavalier attendees this year to see Board certified Cardiologist, Ophthalmologist, a veterinarian certified patellas and microchip clinic with AKC.
As with many responsible breeders, Linda & Woody health test and openly provide test results for all of their dogs including the Dam and Sire of your puppy and the grandparents. We also provide links to the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) where most of our certifications are now listed online.
This is NOT a selling / marketing tool, but our standard breeding protocol. Here is a list of health tests that each LynWood Cavalier has prior to being bred. If you click on the header it will take you to the health topic and explain the test and why it is essential for a healthy Cavalier Puppy.
Eyes: Starting at 8 weeks and then Annually by Dr. Steve Sissler DMV DACVO is a Board Certified Opthamologist.
Heart:Annually with our Board Certified Canine Cardiologist.
Hips / Patellas: At Age 2 X-rays by Dr. JoAnn Randall and patella exams are submitted to OFA for grading and listed on www.offa.org
DNA For Curly Coat / Dry Eye and Episodic Falling Disorder by the Animal Health Trust in England. We send saliva swabs and receive the DNA test results.
MRI - SYRINGOMYELIA:After the age of 2 our Cavaliers are MRI scanned with Dr. Michael Podel in Chicago IL.