Cavalier King Charles spaniel

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Cavalier King Charles spaniel

a small (10-18 lb) dog with prominent eyes, short nose and floppy ears. The haircoat is long and silky. Several colors or combinations are recognized: black and tan, ruby (rich chestnut red), Blenheim (white with chestnut red patches), and tricolor (called Prince Charles in the United States) (white with black patches and tan markings). Similar to, but larger than, the king charles spaniel, and with a longer nose (at least 1.5 inches long). The breed suffers from cardiac valvular disease and the neurological condition known as episodic falling.
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It's exciting to see the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel in fifth place in Dallas," says AKC spokesperson Lisa Peterson.
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He is known by everyone on the estate, walking at least ten miles a week with his Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, picking up every scrap of litter he sees.
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The dog is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, wearing a red leather collar and red material leader.
The most popular show dogs at present are toys, in particular Cavalier King Charles spaniels, and these are expected to bemuch in evidence at the festival.
EIGHT-YEAR-OLD Karlee Sugrue, of Vicarage Lane, Ash Green, is pictured with her two Cavalier King Charles spaniels Bailey, aged one, and Roxy, aged seven months.
Firstly it was those gentle giants,Pyrenean Mountain Dogs,and then Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, winning prizes at Crufts.
Leading entries include Chinese cresteds, rottweilers, whippets, pugs, Cavalier King Charles spaniels and Labrador retrievers.
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel moved from 7th to 4th on the local 2007 list, matching the breed's national growth in popularity -- since 1997, this breed has seen a 406% increase in popularity across the country.
Vigilant members of the public were keeping an eye out for Rufus, a cross between a pug and a Cavalier King Charles.