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Zmagać się nie się powiedzieć mięsa armatniego nigdy tej konwencji of the Stuarts. II was enamored with his dogs that he decreed that they be allowed any public place. This meant that dogs were even allowed Parliament, a definite first for the time. These early spaniels were a bit leaner of limb and pointier of nose than the Cavaliers we know and today. This is because as time went on the flat nosed Pug and Japanese Chin became the popular dogs of the day. As a result the spaniels were bred with these dogs and the English Toy Spaniel emerged. These spaniels, sometimes called Charlies are flatter of face and rounder of head than a Cavalier, traits showing their descent from Pugs and Chins. the 1920's American dog lover Roswell offered a 25 pound prize to the person who could breed a spaniel with a longer nose, like those shown the paintings of old. From the short snouted English Toy Spaniel longer nose specimens were selectively bred, delivering us the Cavalier Spaniel. Cavaliers are one of the largest members of the toy group. They are usually 10 inches height, and weigh 10 pounds. They have flatter heads and longer snouts then their English Toy Spaniel cousins. Their eyes should be large and round, but not too prominent Their ears are set high, and flop down the length of their faces. A Cavalier's coat is a marvelous thing if taken care of properly. They are a haired breed, with straight to slightly wavy coats. feathers of fur adorn their tails and ears. When a Cavalier runs it holds it's tail aloft, letting the tail hairs stream behind. some ways it almost resembles Arabian horse running. Because a Cavalier's coat is made up of very fine and very hairs, they require daily brushing, the lack of which can cause tangles and mats to form. There are four recognized Cavalier colors. A Blenheim is one of the most popular color combinations. Blenheims are a mixture of red mottled on a white background. Tri-colors are also very fetching, incorporating black, tan, and white into their color schemes. Black and tan Cavaliers are usually black throughout with tan markings on their chest and face. Finally we come to the rubies, who are a red color throughout. Though Cavaliers require a bit of care order to maintain a decent appearance, a well groomed Cavalier is a breathtaking dog. Cavaliers generally have a lifespan that lasts 9 years. As a breed though, they have certain genetic health problems which can shorten this expected span. As such it is important to find a Cav breeder who knows about these issues and breeds carefully to avoid them. This includes waiting to breed the dog as some health problems only begin to surface after the first year or even two. Mitral Valve Disease. Mitral valve disease occurs when the flaps on the mitral valve of the heart begin to wear out. As blood seeps through the valve between heartbeats a gradual murmur develops. This deterioration eventually leads to heart failure and death. This condition is extremely common with Cavaliers, fact 50% of the breed develops a heart murmur by age 5. By age 10, it is very rare to encounter a Cavalier who does not have a heart murmur. MVD exists all Cavalier lines, all over the world. There are medications that can help ease the condition however. Breeding guidelines have been established to try and eliminate this genetic problem Cavaliers, but no one knows if all breeders follow these guidelines It's recommended that reputable breeders breed only dogs that are 2 years old and are heart clear, and whose grandparents are at least