Grooming a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

  • 01/11/2010

Grooming a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is so easy a caveman could do it. Ha! Ha! Don't you just love that commercial?

No seriously, the coat of a Cavalier is so easy to take care of. That is one of the reasons I was attracted to this breed. You can do the grooming at home pretty inexpensively and quickly.

The coat of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is naturally clean. It has fine texture with long feather like fur on the legs tail, and ears. The Cavalier does shed its coat in the fall and spring time of the year. The silkiness and fine texture can cause some knots and mating. So grooming is a must. I usually groom my canines about once a week, unless otherwise needed. Do not bathe them unless they are really dirty or smelly. Over bathing can dry out their skin, especially in the winter time.

Weekly Grooming in 3 (or 4) easy steps:

1. Regular brushing 2-3 times per week is all that is necessary.

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