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Best of Breed/Variety 3 Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Photo with Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

LAP DOGS & SO MUCH MORE

Bring a new best friend into your life with one of our Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. Contact Pawlies Farm in Dallas, Texas, to discover why families have fallen in love for centuries, with this amazing breed. Cavaliers are great with children, and they love to cuddle up on the couch. 

Adopting a pet is an important decision for any family, and our family, just like yours, explored what type of dog we wanted to adopt into our family lifestyle. We learned about Cavaliers before the advent of the internet and fell in love with the breed before we had even seen one! Eventually, we found and adopted our first Cavalier, a registered Tri-Color, Oreo, in 1997 from a wonderful breeder in Kentucky.


At the same time, we joined the Cavalier King Charles Spaniels Club (the Club, www.ckcsc.org) and, because were committed to breeding our dog to Club standards, we registered our kennel name Pawlies Farm. It was the perfect name for our kennel. The Cavalier is descended from a small toy spaniel seen in many sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth century European paintings. The little toy spaniel was a great favorite of King Charles II. My grandmother was born and raised in England, and her son, my uncle, was also raised in England. Pawlies Farm is the name of the farm that my uncle owned when I was young. Located in Loxwood, Sussex, I spent many months at his farm and fell in love with the English countryside. Pawlies Farm was the perfect name for our new-found love of Cavaliers.

One Cavalier is never enough - and we soon welcomed a lovely ruby, Roxy, to our family. Oreo, our Tri-color, had a lovely litter of eight, and we kept a little blenheim, Brooxie. All three of them were delightful companions for us and our children for many years, until all three eventually passed away. In 2016, we adopted our two current Blenheims, Alys and Addy, who are registered with both the Club and the AKC. We’ve dedicated ourselves to adopting healthy Cavaliers from well-respected breeders who maintain outstanding breeding standards and breed healthy dogs. We continue that tradition at Pawlies Farm to develop show dogs, to protect the breed, and to offer lovely puppies for you and your family to adopt into your home as companion pets. Thank you for coming to our website. We hope you and your family love and enjoy these warm-hearted companions as much as we do! Marti


Meet the competition on the circuit

Our two oldest show bitches are both 3 years old with Addy on the top right and Alys second on the right. Alys has finished as an AKC Grand Champion while Addy is one major win away from obtaining her Champion title.  Our newest addition on the bottom right, is Hallie, who is a seven-month-old puppy from Alys who recently won her first showing at the CKCSC Club show in Denver.

Perfect Pets

Cavaliers make perfect family pets. These regal dogs are very affectionate and loyal, and they love being around people. Most Cavaliers are docile and easy going. They won't run barking to the door whenever the doorbell rings, and they are rarely rambunctious. They make great companions for anyone – young or old.

Best Of Opposite Sex Award

Grand Champion

Hallie


Cute Puppies

Caring for Your Cavalier

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are inside dogs who require lots of love and affection. When you adopt one of our Cavaliers, we'll provide information on how to keep your new dog strong, healthy, and happy. Our dogs are never kept in kennels, as they live with our family from the moment they're born. By the time our dogs are 10-weeks old, they have already been potty trained, but you should keep your newly-adopted dog in a crate at night until they get more familiar with their new surroundings.


Pawlies Farm Puppy Inquiry

          We are so glad that you are interested in adopting a Cavalier puppy into your family. It is an important family decision for you, and as a breeder, we are always looking for the best possible home for each puppy. We encourage you to assist us in finding the right puppy for you by filling out our puppy inquiry. The answers you provide allow us to match your needs with the available puppies.

          Our Cavaliers are our personal pets who live with us in our home, and we do not over-breed our Cavaliers. That means fewer puppies for adoption, but it also means we protect the health of our bitches, which is passed on and increases the health of our puppies. If you are looking for a Cavalier, patience pays off. It is not uncommon to spend a year looking for a quality Cavalier puppy from a quality breeder. We encourage you to visit the websites of the AKC and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club (www.ckcsc.org) to find responsible breeders.

          Dealing with a responsible breeder is the best possible assurance that you are adopting a healthy puppy. We test our bitches for heart, eyes, and hips, and we breed our bitches to sires who have also been tested. We are happy to provide you with the results of those tests. We cannot guarantee that any puppy will not develop health problems, but we can assure you that the parents of your puppy are healthy.

          Once you fill out the questionnaire, we will add your name to our list of families looking for a Cavalier. You will receive an email confirmation that your name has been added to the list and an indication of when we expect to have puppies. Once we have puppies, we will then consider which puppies fit the needs of those who have inquired about puppies. For example, some families prefer only males or only females; other families prefer a particular color. We must match those preferences with the puppies in the litter. Having a specific preference is encouraged, but it also means it may take longer to find a puppy that fulfils your preferences. It is for these reasons that adopting families do not “select” a puppy from a litter; instead, we will select the puppy from the litter that fits your needs.

          Generally, we will place our puppies in homes where the owners do not intend to show or breed our Cavalier puppy. We expect adopting families to spay or neuter their puppy at the appropriate age. If you already show Cavaliers, or wish to show or breed the Cavalier you adopt from us, please contact us by phone.

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