Healthy, Happy, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppies

Healthy, Happy,  Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppies

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Review for Hit Parade Cavaliers, Beth Erickson breeder. We are absolutely thrilled with the two precious ruby Cavalier King Charles spaniels we got on Dec. 8th and want to share our 5 star review! Not only are these two female litter mates adorable together, happy and active, but most importantly are HEALTHY! Beth Erickson is such a caring, thoughtful, and ethical breeder of gorgeous healthy dogs. She even met us halfway to pick them up, gave us a little bit of their food, some toys, paperwork, and shot records. She was thrilled that we adopted them both, and has kept in touch to make sure they are eating, having normal bowel movements, and to know how they are sleeping. They are sleeping for at least 7 hours at night, are smart, and so sweet and happy together. I recommend Beth Erickson and Hit Parade Cavaliers with utmost confidence and enthusiasm.

Date of experience: December 08, 2023

Dr. Diana Marre

The puppy I adopted from Beth Erickson has grown into the most adorable and attentive dog. She is highly intelligent, energetic, and an absolute cuddle bug! I couldn’t be happier. Beth was very kind and patient when I met with her. I bombarded her with many questions, and she answered every one.  She also gave me a bag filled with puppy essentials that helped me feel more prepared as I took my little girl home.

Date of experience: February 24, 2022

Michelle I

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Frequently Asked Questions

4 to 5 meals per day for the first four months then reduce to 3 to 4 meals a day. The amount of food is dependent on the weight of the dog, we can discuss the amount when you pick up your puppy.

On average Cavalier King Charles Spaniels can get up to 10-18 pounds and 12-13 Inches, they are considered one of the largest dogs in the toy breed family.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are friendly by nature, although they may bark at noise at the front door they are not considered guard dogs.

Bathe your Cavalier Puppy is as needed, no more than once a week. You can wash your Cavalier around every two months, you don’t want to bathe them too often to avoid drying out their skin and coat.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dogs make excellent therapy animals, they were bred to be companions and are naturally very cuddly and loving in nature.

No, they are not hypoallergenic. Cavalier King Charles Spaniels shed all year round especially around autumn and spring. With regular grooming it is manageable.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are not difficult to train, by setting up a schedule for your dog to eat and go potty around the same time you can help establish a routine to avoid accidents.

All our Cavalier puppies are all sent home with welcome home bags and information: vaccinations, AKC Registration, sound and texture enrichment, food starter bag, blanket with mom’s scent, microchip.

Cavalier Puppy Videos

Watch Cavalier puppies frolicking with siblings!

Cavalier Puppy Album

Photos of our Precious Cavaliers

Awards and Certificates

Awards for Best in Show