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Male or Female

Male or Female Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Male or Female
Are you undecided about adopting a male puppy? The stereotypes for males, such as hiking of the leg to mark territory, humping on things, etc… are common reasons why most people do not adopt a male. Here are a few opinions of our experience that might help you in your decision making. If you neuter a male between 7 – 10 months, you would remove the normal male hormonal tendencies as mentioned above. The desirable traits would be an even more obedient and affectionate male, females can be a bit more temperamental. A female will love you but a male will be in love with you. Males tend to be more playful even in their elder years.

From our own experience, males that have been neutered early tend to potty train easier and quicker and they will tend to squat like females. Unless you spay your female puppy she will come into heat every 6 months for 3 weeks. Don’t get us wrong, females make excellent pets, but males make excellent pets too.

We spend every day with our puppies and every puppy has a different personality regardless of their sex. So when you decide to choose your life long companion don’t let Gender stand in your way. Pick from your heart and you won’t be disappointed.

"Lets not measure a breeder's success by the amount of winnings their dog does in the show ring, but by the number of dogs that stay with the family that purchased them as a puppy and that die in the arms of the same family 14 years later. In that case, we have three winners, the breeder, the family and most importantly, the dog." - unknown

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