|Advice on Buying a Puppy
Male or Female
Preparing to take your new Puppy Home
In England by law your
Cavalier must wear a collar when in a public place, bearing your name and
address. Remember to check regularly that the tag is still in place and change
the address if you take your dog on holiday with you.
Various Acts of Parliament place responsibility on YOU for
any accidents or damage caused by your dog. Check your household insurance
policy or think about taking out one of the many specialist dog insurances with
one of the Pet Insurance Companies.
Don't play in to the hands of the anti dog lobby, train your
Cavalier not to foul in public places and always carry a plastic bag or '
poop-scoop' to clear up any mistakes. Be a responsible owner and never allow
your dog to be noisy or annoy others.
your new Cavalier to a local Dog training class as well as carrying out the
Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme course.
forget to join your Regional Cavalier Club where you will find a wealth of
Cavalier experience and people only too willing to answer all your questions.
They also organize Dog Shows, health seminars, judges training and social
events for your Cavalier as well as yourself and family.
Owning and caring for a dog is a life time commitment requiring
both a personal and financial investment. We strongly encourage you to take
time to go through a learning process to be sure that this is indeed the breed
for you and your family.