We are committed to raising quality AKC Cavalier King Charles Spaniels for



Cavaliers originated in England, a very popular and loyal companion or "lap" dog. The larger of the Toy breeds. 

Their average life expectancy is 10 years, though some have reached as much as 14 years. They reach between 12"-13" tall at the withers and 12-18 pounds in weight. Their coats are silky soft. They don't require any clipping unless desired, but once their puppy coat has shed off and their adult coat is in they can shed a pretty heavy amount. So a sanitary clip, complete clip or regular use of the defurminator can help reduce shedding. They are low on the list of hyperallergenic canines. Weekly bathing and grooming reduces the amount of dust bunnies in your home.  

Cavalier's have a wonderfully uplifting, sensitive personality. They love to play, live to please and will keep you smiling and laughing with all their antics. :)

They enjoy healthy treats & chews like green beans, blueberries, zucchini and bullysticks. They love having their very own stuffed animals and blankets and toys. And especially snuggle time with you! 

Cavalier's have a few health issues they are prone to. When purchasing a puppy be sure to ask the breeder if the puppy has been cleared of any Heart, Patella or Fontanelle trouble. As well as DNA tested for Episodic Falling Syndrome & Dry Eye/Curly Coat Syndrome. Also ask if they've been checked for Inguinal and/or Umbilical hernias. And be sure the necessary repair surgeries have been done prior to bringing your new puppy home or during future spay/neuter. Cavalier's often still suffer from Mitral Valve complications as young as 5 years of age. This is the price we pay for creating the breed.

We feed our Cavalier's a complete dietand top dress with fresh vegetables, meats and kefir or probiotics. Our pregnant and nursing mamas often get a special home made raw diet as well with organic prenatal vitamins for optimal health. For bones and rawhides we use Nylabones, bullysticks, pig ears, cow hooves and beef or venison bones. ;) Always read labels before buying food and treats for your baby! We have our dogs on a regular natural heart worm & de-worming preventative, Young Living brand Parafree, and flea/tick protection daily with Wondercide products. We also use Brewer's Yeast & garlic on their kibble to prevent Ticks from biting. And offer fresh vegetables sprinkled with ginger & turmeric on their daily kibble for digestive support, heart support and cancer preventative.

They get bathed and groomed regularily to keep an eye on any sores, ticks or hot spots trying to sneak in and have their ears treated to prevent ear mites with natural Extra Virgin Coconut oil and Tea Tree oil. Puppies require regular bi-weekly de-worming, 3+ sets of vaccinations and a rabies vaccination in their first year. We do minimal vaccinations for our breeding adults and titer test for immunity prior to booster vaccinations (if necessery at that point.) The first year is when the most expenses are incurred in raising your puppy.  But a well cared for and well trained puppy will make a lifetime of rewards! We encourage you to spay/nueter after 12-18 months to ensure proper bone development and reduce the risk of future cancers. 

All our Cavaliers are register-able with the American Kennel Club. We have Blenheim and Tri colors, as well as Black/Tan & Ruby We raise our puppies with the intention of them being Family Pets & Service Companions. We do not sell for breeding stock. All puppies come with Limited AKC registration-without breeding rights. Currently our puppies are $1800.


Crate training your Cavalier is a must. It keeps them safe while you're away from home or can't keep an eye on them. Preventing them from creating any bad habits while you're away, like pottying in the house or chewing your slippers too. ;) The most effective way to train your puppy to behave properly is never giving them the chance to make a mistake. Keeping close contact or a short leash on them at all times for the first several months will be very rewarding for years to come! Using small, soft cat or dog treats and plenty of praise EVERY time they do a good behavior. Even when scolded be sure to quickly redirect to something positive. For example, if you find your puppy chewing your slipper, first grab a rawhide or puppy toy, then approach them and scold briefly, while immediately praise them and showing them their appropriate toy. Or if you scold them, say for biting your hand, when they quit the undesired behavior, immediately reward with a treat and redirect their attention elsewhere.  Crates are also a huge tool in house training. Dogs love their crates and feel safe in them. Most often they will not potty in their crate if it can be helped. They often will go lay down in them all on their own. Just be sure to throw a comfy fleece blanket in for them to make themselves a cozy nest! When potty training, always use the same route, same door, same area. Choose a route that is direct to the door and yard where you want them to learn it's okay to potty. Avoid taking them through an area with a lot of stairs or distractions on the way to streamline their success. Remember your puppy is a small breed dog and their bladders aren't very big yet. Take them out potty after each nap, after eating or drinking, after play time and after being in their crate. Limit their food and water intake a few hours before bed time. This will help reduce accidents in their crate. The first few weeks they may wake up needing to go potty in the middle of the night. That's alright, they will grow out of it. Be sure to reward with treats and praise every time they potty in the right spot! They also may cry and howl the first several nights in their crate because they are lonely for their siblings. The best thing to do is leave them be, don't reward them by letting them out until they have been completely quiet for a long while. It's amazing how quickly they will learn to to curl up and go straight to sleep.  Once they've been completely potty trained and are trustworthy, usually around 5 months of age, you can then let them stay out during the night to snuggle in bed with you. :)

Our Cavaliers are ready for their new homes at 8-12 weeks of age. They will have been de-wormed, had theIr dew claws removed, are microchipped with AVID, and have received 1 set of vaccinations and had a veterinarian exam. We ship our puppies via air to many major airports throughout the u.s.  Shipping varies depending on location, but usually stays around $230. 

Doing what Cavaliers do best! 

Snuggle tight!

Our puppies are $1800.00 We accept Paypal credit card payments, with a 2.7% fee. We require a $400.00 deposit to hold your choice of puppy until they are old enough to leave. 

Meet Olive, our Tri colored Cavalier.

Do Cavalier's snore? You'd better believe it!! :)

Please use the contact form below to inquire about your new puppy!