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ABOUT ADORABLE CAVALIERS

We are a mother and daughter team with a love for Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. Our Cavaliers are members of our family; they are our children. They sleep in our beds every night. They are loyal companions throughout the day. As we move around the house, they are always following us. We are rarely out of their sight. Always eagerly waiting for one of us to sit down so they can sit on our lap. When we take trips in our motor home, they are quick to run inside and assume their travel positions. The perfect travel companions. We have fallen in love with the temperament of this breed and want to share the love with others. 

In July/August 2020, we began our breeding program. If you wish to follow along, please follow us on Instagram and Facebook.

We are located in Norco, California. 

Thank you for visiting our website!

~Lisa & Nicole

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ABOUT OUR BREEDING PROGRAM

OFA TESTING FOR HIPS, EYES, PATELLAS, AND HEART

OFA stands for Orthopedic Foundation for Animals and has over 50 years of dedication to the advancement of Canine Health. Their mission is to "improve the health and well-being of companion animals through a reduction in the incidence of genetic disease."

To learn about the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel breed specific basic health screening recommendations, please click on the link below. Both of our Dams have their OFA health testing certificates displayed on the Dams page.

ADORABLE CAVALIERS IS A MEMBER OF GOOD DOG

What is Good Dog?

Good Dog is the first online community exclusively for vetted, responsible breeders. It was created to empower and recognize reputable breeders. Their mission is to educate potential dog owners about responsible breeding practices and point them towards responsible breeders in order to avoid disreputable sources. 

To join our wait list, please click on the "Apply for Puppy" button below and complete the Good Dog application. 

EARLY NEUROLOGICAL STIMULATION (ENS)

Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS) exercises involves the following five exercises: tactical stimulation, head held erect, head pointed down, supine position, and thermal stimulation.

These daily exercises are conducted once the puppy has reached the third day of life and lasts until the sixteenth day. The five main benefits of these exercises include: improved cardio vascular performance (heart rate), stronger heart beats, stronger adrenal glands, more tolerance to stress, and greater resistance to disease.