Caring for your Cavalier

General Considerations

​Apart from their excellent qualities, which all Cavalier lovers ...LOVE, They do drop coat twice a year. They also have poor road sense, so outside the well fenced family property they should always be kept on a lead. 

 

if you are contemplating buying a Cavalier please make certain that your fences are secure. All dogs will dig when young and will find a way out if it is at all possible.

 

Annual checks and innoculations are essential, as is regular worming. Your veterinarian will explain the dangers of heartworm and advise on the preventative measures. 

 

It should be noted that certain weeds and grasses might have adverse affects.

 

A good diet is essential in keeping your Cavalier fit and healthy.

Living Quarters

Cleanliness
Location

 

 

Veternary Care

Planning visits
Innoculations
First Aid
Health Insurance
 

 

 

 

Walking

 

 

Leads
Harnesses
Controll

 

 

Washing and Grooming

Products
Fur
Nails
Teeth
 

 

 

Diet

0-3 months
3-6 months
Up to 1 year
1+ years
10 + years
Foods to Avoid
 

 

 

Socializing with other Dogs

Companions
Other Breeds

 

 

Travelling in the Car

Crates
Seat belts
Rest Stops

 

 

Older Dogs

 

 

Special Needs

 

 

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