The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel has a smooth, long, silky coat. Official standards for the breed do not allow their coat to be curled, and they may only have small ripples in their ears. Although fawn with white cavalier is the most common, there are other color variations such as tricolor, cinnamon and black with cinnamon. When not brushed frequently, the Cavalier can create knots in their fur. Stay tuned!
The cavalier does not require very intense activities, but daily walks around the neighborhood are recommended. Promoting activities that work your intellect are also very interesting. Although they are companion dogs and naturally calmer than working dogs, they should not be idle for a long time, and it is ideal to keep them busy when they are alone at home. Talk to your veterinarian to make sure your pet is able to perform physical exercises, as those with heart problems may not be allowed to play intense games that can put their lives at risk. Brush your pet's teeth often. The breed, being brachycephalic, has a greater tendency to accumulate bacterial plaque (tartar) and have bad breath because of it. Over time, the problem can worsen causing serious diseases, which can also involve the puppy's heart, such as endocarditis.