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Cavalier King Charles Spaniels

Wendell & Cindi Rackler
Oklahoma, USA

Est. 2005

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppies

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppies

Please visit the Contact Us page and fill out our short questionnaire and you will be redirected to our information page which has photos and more information about our available puppies and upcoming litter information.

NOTE: Underlined words in bold red print are links to an additional page with more information about each word.

Caring for a new puppy is pretty easy if you are ready to take on the committment needed. Puppies need to be socialized and given a consistent routine early on to help them feel happy and secure. There are many things to consider like the best dog food to feed, what types of grooming supplies will a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel need, and how to baby proof your home before your new puppy comes home.

We are constantly reviewing our Breed Standard as we consider each pairing. Breed standards are written in a way where each individual's perception is different, but breeders who are showing in the conformation show ring have the ability to receive continued viewpoints from judges, club members, and their piers. While this may not seem important for a puppy buyer looking for a pet; the closer your puppy is to structural soundness the better your puppy will feel, move, and it affects the general health of your puppy throughout its lifetime.

Our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies are dual registered with the American Kennel Cluc (AKC) and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club, USA (CKCSC, USA). We handle all the fees involved with tranferring registration of each puppy into the new owner's name for both registries. Each Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppy comes with a written sales agreement and 1 year health guarantee, copies of each parent's pedigree and OFA health certifications, a copy of the CKCSC Code of Ethics, and registration information if you would like to join the CKCSC, USA club.

All our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies are microchipped with Home Again, and current on all vaccinations before placement. Puppies are available to go to their new homes at 10 weeks of age or older.

We health test our Cavalier King Charles Spaniels annually and results are sent to the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) website (www.offa.org), which is a database accessible to the public. Two common health issues in Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies are undescended testicles in males and umbilical hernia in both genders. These conditions are NOT life threatening and can be corrected during the spay/neuter process.

If you want to know the availability of our puppies at this time you will need to fill out the short puppy questionnaire located on the Contact Us page. Once you click the submit button you will automatically be taken to our information page where our litter pages are listed.

Black & Tan Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Recently a couple of DNA health tests have also become available through the Animal Health Trust in the United Kingdom for dry eye/curly coat (DE/CC) and episodic falling syndrome (EF). We also DNA health test for DE/CC/EFS prior to breeding and can now avoid producing any offspring affected with these disorders. Please visit our Health page to learn more about health issues for Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels and every other breed of canine including mixed breeds are going to have health issues sometime during their lifetime. Recessive genes can go generations before exhibiting symptoms in one unexpected offspring. We give a 1 yr health guarantee on all our offspring until their first birthday, but I highly recommend pet insurance from www.gopetplan.com. This specific insurance does not cover routine care, but covers unexpected injuries or illnesses and must be purchased prior to needing it as it does not cover pre-exisitng medical conditions. Pet insurance is becoming more common and I hope you will consider insurance...just in case the unexpected happens.

We begin evaluating our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies at birth and some continue to be evaluated through 12 months of age or even older. When raising a litter of puppies I must always stay open to any color or gender that is presented to me with each litter and as the litter matures each passing week I am able to determine which puppy is better suited as a companion pet and which one is asking to be the center of attention and might just turn into our next show prospect.

Ruby Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppy

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels need to either have a fenced in backyard or they need to be walked on a leash. Cavalier King Charles Spaniels can live just fine in an apartment, but will need at least two 30 minute walks twice a day along with short potty breaks from time to time throughout the day. Cavalier King Charles Spaniels must always be walked on a leash if you do not have a fenced in backyard because they are spaniels and their instinct to chase anything that moves would land them underneath the wheels of cars. Cavalier King Charles Spaniels will not ever become street smart so keeping them on a leash or in a fenced in yard is always going to be mandatory. Electric fences are NOT recommended because other predators could still come through putting your Cavalier King Charles Spaniel at risk.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels can learn to live with a swimming pool in their yard, but precautions must be taken if you have a swimming pool. There must be easy access to an area where your Cavalier can safely get out of the pool without your assistance.

Many inquiries ask about the differences between male or female , pet or show potential, or if there is a difference between the colors (Black & Tan, Ruby, Tri Color or Blenheim). Both genders make wonderful pets and both genders are capable of becoming a great show dog. Families that begin the process of searching for the right puppy for their lifestyle need to keep their options open to both genders and preferrable any color. Many breeders like myself only have a few litters per year and inquiries that are more flexible tend to make better pet owners from a breeder's point of view.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels need companionship. If your Cavalier is NOT able to be with you or another person for most of the day having another pet can give your Cavalier added companionship. Your other pet can be a another dog of any breed or a cat as long as they are introduced with supervision and once the bond is formed they can be left together whenever you are away. Cavaliers need to have some kind of companionship in order to thrive. I also recommend considering three pets if one of your pets is in their senior years. Cavaliers can go through a very difficult time if they loose their furry companion, so having three pets can help this unavoidable side of life.

Here are a few more informational pages:

Cavalier Rescue

Crate Training

Favorite Dog Book Publications

Frequently Asked Questions

Household Medications for Pets

Housetraining Tips

Naming your New Puppy

Safety Tips

Shipping by Airlines

 

Black & Tan Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppy

Gallery of Puppies

Note: The following puppies/retired adults have already been placed into their new homes and are part of our extended family now.

2017

Tor

Cheddar

Chloe

Jessie


2016

Holly

Valentino

Spencer

Dixie

Sophia

Crush

Rex

Jamen

Baylor

Astro

Marley

Sawyer

Ruby


2015

Ginger

Sheriff

Princess Leia

Paard

Ranger

Aurora

Rudy

Cooper

Simba

Henry

Isabelle

Penny

Rusty

Bandit

Cooper

Charlie


2014

Kitty

Remi

Fitz

Merida

Rubicube

Willy

Cindi

Sofia

Bella

Sir Red

Spencer

Tucker

Charlie

Elsa

Nellie

Scout

Duchess

Koa

Bingley


2013

Mary Poppins

Rosie

Ellwood
Pippa

Camo

Luke

Judah

2012

Laci

Ali

Gillie

Walter

Charlie

Mary Catherine

Star

Astro and Cricket

Beau

Elvis

Holly

Serafina

Disney


2011

Echo

Madonna & Belle

Niamh

Cindy Lou

Holley

Sophia

Murphy

Dean

Cracker Jack

Pippa

2010

Rocco

Hiro

Pebbles

Fancy

Cruiser

Sacha

Teddy


2009

Bella

Wendy

Ella

Reeses
Oliver

Jasmine

Cinnabon

Snickers

Lucy

Elliott

2008

Kacie

Diva

Annabelle

Vivian
Jack

Marley

Cooper

Buster

Cash

Sadie Kay

2007

Sofi
Austin

2006

Ellie Mae

 

 

Boogie

If you want to know more about our available puppies, upcoming breeding plans or want to view our current litter page(s) you will need to visit the Contact Us page and fill out the short puppy questionnaire and once you click the submit button you will automatically be taken to our Information page where we give you all the details about what is current today.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppies