rtoons? ?(1 ?? ???Rating: 3.4 (45 Ratings)??0 Grabs Today. 1615 Total Grabs. ??????Preview?? | ??Get the C
ode?? ?? ???????????? ????Easy Install Instructions:???1. Copy the Code??2. Log in to your Blogger account and go to "Manage Layout" from the Blogger Dashboard??3. Click on the "Edit BLOGGER TEMPLATES AND TWITTER BACKGROUNDS ?

Friday, August 28, 2009

Companion Dogs


ORIGIN: United Kingdom

HEIGHT: 12 in (30 cm)

WEIGHT: 12-18 lb (5.5-8.1 kg)


COAT CARE: Brush coat twice a week


COLORS: Black and tan, Blenheim, ruby, tricolor

This breed has an attractive appearance and pleasant disposition. they are not particularly energetic dogs, so they are suited to city life, and ideal for a home with children.

Small spaniel-type became very fashionable in Britain during the late 1600s, being favorites of King Charles the II, as is clear from contemporary paintings. Subsequently, however, their appearance began to change. The modern breed owes its existence to a rich American called Roswell Eldridge. During the 1920s, he put up substantial prize money at Crufts Spaniel or English Toy Spaniel, which resembled the original 17Th-century type. Over the five years of Roswell's involvement with the show, the number of such dogs being exhibited increased, and gradually, this type of spaniel became more popular. It was then recognized as the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, to separate it from its now relatively scarce close relative. The most evident distinguishing feature between the breeds is the longer nose displayed by the Cavalier.
TRICOLOR Black and white is predominant in this coloring, with these colors being evenly distributed. Tan markings show above the eyes, an the cheeks, and the ears.
BLACK AND TAN These puppies display their raven-black coloring offset with tan markings. The other variety is ruby-a rich red shade.
BLENHEIM This coloring is the most variety, having been originally created on and named after the Duke if Marlborough's estate. Rich chestnut coloring is separated by individual white markings, with a white central area usually evident on the center of the head.