If you are considering purchasing Texas Cavalier puppies for sale, then you have come to the right place to start your puppy buying adventure! You may have already been looking at Cavalier breeders in Texas, but just weren't sure what questions you should be asking, or what to look for in a good breeder. It takes a lot of experience with puppies to know how to find the right one for your family, but this is where our Texas Cavalier puppies for sale can be of service. We have developed a network of breeders that maintain only the highest of standards when it comes to breeding good, healthy bloodlines. You will have lots of questions that needs answering, and this is where our puppy counselors can help. More importantly, you can relax knowing that once you have chosen your new family member through us you will be receiving a healthy pup that comes with certified health checks and our lifetime guarantee.
Are you sure you want a Cavalier?
Your biggest responsibility, now that you have left the breeding issues and health concerns in our hands, is to decide if the Cavalier is the right breed of pup for you. You can only do this by learning what this breed is all about. You have made a wise decision to seek out a purebred, as the characteristics and traits of a purebred are far more defined. You will have a good idea of what to expect in the size of the Cavalier, as well as what his temperament will be like and what his specific needs are. You need to choose the type of breed that is going to fit in with your family members, your living atmosphere, and your lifestyle. These are just a few of the things that you may want to get advice on from one of our highly trained puppy counsellors. You should also take the time to check out our Cavalier puppies reviews in our customer testimonial section. This will give you additional insight as to what life with a Cavalier puppy is all about.
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel background
This breed inherited its name after King Charles ll of Britain. You may be most familiar with the looks of the breed from its many appearances on paintings of the Royal family. The main purpose of the Cavalier has always been to bring pleasure to the many families that have made a home for them. They have also been used in the past to hunt small game. They belong to the toy group of dogs and became recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1995.
How your Cavalier puppy may look
Your puppy will certainly give the appearance of being very happy and carefree. He can grow to anywhere between 12” to 13” tall and will average in weight somewhere between 13 to 18 pounds. His body is well proportioned and balanced. It is plain to see why the Royal family would have been attracted to this breed, as these dogs have a sophisticated air about them. One of the most significant features of the Cavalier is his sweet gentle facial features. He possesses large, round, soft typical “puppy dog” eyes, which is a look he carries forward with him into adulthood. His ears will sit high on his head, but they are not pressed closely against his face. They seem to feather out and contribute to his perky appearance. He is not overly muscular, but has enough chest muscle that it creates a full look while avoiding a barrelled appearance. His coat will be straight, although some do have a little bit of a wave to the hair. You will see lots of feathering on different parts of his body, but it is most prominent on his feet. His coloring will be a wonderful blend of chestnut and white, especially if he is a Blenheim variety. If he is a tricolor blend, then he will be jet black which can be broken up with patches of white. The Ruby variety means he will be rich red color. There is also a variety that is jet black with tan markings.