Cavalier King Spaniel New Puppy Owner’s Checklist
The puppies have to be at least 8 weeks old before they can leave. By that time they have been weaned from their mom and are eating solid food on their own.
A Cavalier King Spaniel puppy requires a lot of care and attention, so it is a good idea to plan ahead and buy the things you’ll need before you bring him or her home.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are excellent dogs, and make great family pets and companions. They are loving dogs that get along with people and other pets. They require minimal exercise, but enjoy daily walks and playtime. Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are part of the Toy Breed, and their small size makes them a great choice for any living situation, from apartments to houses. Our goal is to have all of our puppies go to loving pet homes or to qualified breeders. The puppies are raised around adults, kids and other Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. This helps socialize the puppies so they can quickly adjust to their new home. When you bring home your new best friend from Southern Grace Kennels, you know that they are healthy, happy, and well-loved. We are dedicated to raising happy, healthy, and well socialized family companions.
The deposit to hold a puppy is $500. The deposit is nonrefundable and goes towards the total purchase price of the puppy. Our King Cavalier Spaniel puppies start at $1,500 and range in price depending on color.
- Food designed specifically for puppies
- Treats for training
- Food and water dishes
- Crate (to be replaced by a bigger one as he grows)
- Crate bedding (at least 2 sets)
- Puppy house-training wee-wee pads
- Dog gate(s)
- Soft, adjustable collar (and new ones as he grows)
- At least one 4-to-6-foot leash, leather or webbed (an additional longer lead useful for training)
- At least 5 or 6 safe chew toys (the more the better — toys can be rotated)
- A brush the breeder recommends for your puppy’s coat and sturdy metal comb
- Gentle puppy shampoo
- Good-quality dog nail trimmer or Dremel made specifically for dogs