SAMMY Cavalier King Charles Spaniel enjoyed Manoir Kanisha

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There are many breeds of Spaniels.

The most well known are the AMERICAN COCKER SPANIEL, the ENGLISH COCKER SPANIEL and the SPRINGER SPANIEL.

During the Christmas vacation, we had the privilege to host a CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL. It is not a very popular breed but it is such a very special little dog. We decided to share some information about this dog breed.

 

SAMMY has such a wonderful character. He made many friends on two legs while he was boarded with us.  While SAMMY was at Manoir Kanisha, we took a few pictures while he was enjoying running in the snow and being cuddle by our employees.

Here is a message we received from his owner after he came back home:

From: Patricia
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2017 11:13 AM
To: MACDUFF NICOLE <nicole@manoirkanisha.com>
Subject: SAMMY returned home well and happy

 

Dear Nicole,

Thanks so much for the video suggestion. We will definitely check it out.

We picked up Sammy yesterday and he is looking so well and happy :).

Thanks again to the whole Manoir Kanisha team for taking such wonderful care of him while we were away!

Kindest regards,

Pat & SAMMY Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

 

SAMMY Cavalier King Charles Spaniel enjoyed Manoir Kanisha

 

Here are some information about this wonderful dog breed. It was taken from the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel CLUB of CANADA Website:

Origin and Purpose
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a much-admired Royal Spaniel. Descended from the Toy Spaniels of Europe, the breed was variously known as the “comforter” or “Spaniel Gentle” and first appeared in the courts of England with the reign of Queen Mary I. The breed, which appears in many of the great paintings of the Masters, received its name from King Charles II. It become virtually extinct in the Victorian and Edwardian eras, as short-nosed breeds took the fore. By 1923, the King Charles Spaniel (today’s English Toy) with its flat nose had replaced the old – type Toy Spaniel. In 1926, the incentive for the revitalization of the old-type Toy Spaniel was provided by Mr. Roswell Eldridge, an American who offered prizes of 25 pounds for the Best Dog and Best Bitch of this type at Crufts. The name Cavalier was added when the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club was founded in 1928 to further develop the breed. It was not until 1945 that the Kennel Club (England) granted separate registration from

It became virtually extinct in the Victorian and Edwardian eras, as short-nosed breeds took the fore. By 1923, the King Charles Spaniel (today’s English Toy) with its flat nose had replaced the old – type Toy Spaniel. In 1926, the incentive for the revitalization of the old-type Toy Spaniel was provided by Mr. Roswell Eldridge, an American who offered prizes of 25 pounds for the Best Dog and Best Bitch of this type at Crufts. The name Cavalier was added when the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club was founded in 1928 to further develop the breed. It was not until 1945 that the Kennel Club (England) granted separate registration from.

By 1923, the King Charles Spaniel (today’s English Toy) with its flat nose had replaced the old – type Toy Spaniel. In 1926, the incentive for the revitalization of the old-type Toy Spaniel was provided by Mr. Roswell Eldridge, an American who offered prizes of 25 pounds for the Best Dog and Best Bitch of this type at Crufts. The name Cavalier was added when the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club was founded in 1928 to further develop the breed. It was not until 1945 that the Kennel Club (England) granted separate registration from the King Charles. The popularity of these companion dogs has spread around the world and in 1957 the breed gained Canadian Kennel Club recognition.

Read more about this breed at the following link:

http://www.cavaliercanada.com/index.php

SAMMY Cavalier King Charles Spaniel enjoyed Manoir Kanisha

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