CEO the Cavalier King Charles SpanielCavalier King Charles Spaniel Ch. Jewelcroft's CEO

Ch. Jewelcroft's CEO. A classic Cavalier King Charles Spaniel in every way. Sporting, fearless, intelligent. Exhibiting outstanding health. Structurally perfect with smooth top line, solid bone, wrapped up in a luxuriant, yet mat resistant, coat.

Like all great Cavaliers CEO has a sweet pensive expression to match his loving temperament.

CEO comes from one of Ontario's top Cavalier breeders, Jewelcroft, which adheres to a strict health testing regimen. Anyone searching for top notch Cavalier puppies ought to contact them.

Weigh all the facts on the table and decide for yourself. We believe you will agree, all things considered, CEO ranks at the top of the pack.

We hope you enjoy the information and articles on this site. Visit our photo page for high quality stock photo images & videos of CEO and his Cavalier King Charles Spaniel friends.

Cavalier King Charles spaniel puppies

There are no pending CEO litters at this time. Please check back soon or contact us.

'Ace', a Ruby Cavalier, at 3 1/2 months, from Carly's litter.

'Agent Cooper', a Blenheim Cavalier pup from Aless' litter.

In the meantime, check out some of CEO's puppies in the Past Litters archives.




















Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Jewelcroft's CEO: Are Cavaliers better in pairs?

Are Cavaliers better in pairs?

Breeders often remark that Cavaliers are happier in pairs but this is not always so. Before you consider a second dog consider the following:

Dogs of similar age generally get along better given their comparable maturity and activity levels. If you want a "buddy" for your current dog consider staying within a 2 year age spread. Of course, not all dogs act their age; some precocious puppies get along well with mature dogs, and likewise, some older dogs never grow up. So use age as a general rule of thumb.

'Likes' attract. Dog with similar personalities get along better and have more fun together. Finding a perfect match may be easier said than done, but if you have an energetic 'ball dog' at home don't go looking for a couch potato.

Assuming your current dog has sound health and temperament, consider acquiring your second dog along the same family lines and from the same breeder. You will find both dogs will share some traits that make for a closer relationship.

Some people say a second Cavalier does not add much to one's workload. That's true if you have two highly compatible dogs who tire each other out and then cuddle in a heap in front of the fireplace while you relax.

On the other hand, two dogs who do not relate to one another, will be competing for your attention, thus doubling your work load.

So, whether you are considering two, three, or even a complete 'set' of 4 Cavaliers (one in each colour) consider matching the ages and personalities in pairs where possible.