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How can you decide which is best for you?  You may find that gender doesn't really matter because a Cavalier is a Cavalier is a Cavalier...

You can't go wrong!

Boys are "in love" with you and girls "love" you.  What exactly does that mean?

Well, the boys won't leave your side for anything.  The girls get love and then go off to find a favorite toy and come back to lie at your feet or at the other end of the couch.  But, they still never let you out of their sight.


 Now as far as attitudes go both are very loving and always ready to please, just as a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel should be. :)


Keep an open mind when selecting your puppy, don’t close the door on a puppy because of preconceived notions of its gender, because you may be missing out on the best companion that you could have ever had. Either way you go male or female, if it is a Cavalier you can’t go wrong.

Just keep in mind every dog, male or female has its’ own personality & is unique in every way. The differences that you see should not be based on the gender, male or female. The differences that you should be looking at should be based on the litter as a whole.


When looking at the litter you may see one puppy in a litter that is more outgoing, the 1st one to check out a new situation & the 1st one to figure things out. Then in the same litter you may see one that may be a bit more reserved & tends to be more cautious when checking out a new situation. Sometimes this is very hard for a common person to look at the litter & be able to tell the personality developing, that is where the breeder comes in, it is very important to accept any advice that the breeder is giving you & weigh all aspects.

 Let’s face it, who knows the puppies best besides their mother,...yes, it is us the breeders. Our babies all live in the house with us and the puppies are born in our bedroom.  We are with them every day and know temperment and personalities of our babies.