CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL

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GROOMING PROFILE

 Grooming Demand Rating

 Moderate

 Full Grooming Interval

 6 to 8 Weeks

 Maintenance Interval

Weekly

BLADES & TOOLS

Slicker brush, metal combs, clippers, blades, thinning shears and scissors.
 
AREA BLADE #
Stomach #10

 

COAT & GROOM TIPS

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels have a moderate length silky coat with long feathering on ears, chest, legs and tail. The feathering is quite important to the proper appearance of the breed. Show dogs are not trimmed with very minor exceptions usually limited to trimming hair between underside of the feet pads. A healthy coat is noted for its shine and feathering, and without curl.

Protein-enriched shampoos can add to the luster of the coat and repair damaged hair.

MORE GROOMING TIPS FOR PROFESSIONALS

Thinning shears can come in very handy for this breed in neatening the appearance by eliminating straggly hairs. You can expect to find them around the feet on the hind legs and sometimes feet and ankles of the front legs. Also you may find them along the head and tops of the ears.

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Books Dedicated to Cavalier King Charles Spaniel


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Multi-Breed Books

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Breed Standard Information

American Kennel Club - Breed Information

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club USA

Continental Kennel Club

CyberPet.com

DogBreedInfo.com

Grooming Information

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club USA

Continental Kennel Club - Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

DogBreedInfo.com

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