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(Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Papillon mix) The Cava-lon is a small dog with a long silky coat. The ears may be upright and fringed like the Papillon or resemble the Spaniel ears. They can be found in a variety of colors ranging from tans, black, reds and silver.

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The Cava-lon will make a great family pet as they are good with children as a general rule. They are intelligent and easy to train. A game of fetch will keep them happy. They are a loving canine that requires small amounts of exercise.

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10-13 inches
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9-22 pounds
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General Health

A relatively new hybrid, the Cava-lon may or may not inherit some of the possible health issues of the parent breeds. Mitral Valve Disease and Neuroaxonal Dystrophy are health problems to be aware of.

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The King Charles Cavalier Spaniels namesake was King Charles of Britain. They first appeared in America in the 1950s. The Papillon is also linked to royalty and can be found depicted in many paintings. They arrived in the U.S. in the beginning of the 20th century.

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Brushing the coat a couple of times per week will help keep this silky coat shiny and tangle free. Pay close attention to the ears on a regular basis to be sure they are free of debris.

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Ideal Environment

The Cava-lon will due well in a house or apartment setting. A family willing to take the time for a game of fetch will help to give this canine proper exercise. An occasional romp in the yard and short regular leashed walks will benefit him as well. He is alert and fun to have.

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