Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Mix - Django

by Mika
(NSW Australia)


Django, our Maltese Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix is now 14 weeks old and we specially chose him due to a lack of fences at our house, our 5 kids, our 12 year old Labrador but especially for our 3 year old son who has wanted a puppy for so long. I love to hear the fits of giggles when Django finally catches him when they play chase around the house.

So far Django is almost completely toilet trained, can fetch a stick and answers to his name. He is so affectionate and fun. We are really happy to have our Cavamalt Django as part of our family.

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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Mix - Disco

by Teya Evans
(Puyallup, Wa, USA)

Disco after long walks

Disco after long walks

My Maltalier, or Maltese Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix, is a boy named Disco. He loves to stand on his hind legs and wave his arms back and forth or walk backwards on his hind legs. We call it dancing and the moon walk.

He has long hair and has a lot of energy. The day after you go on a long walk, you'll do what you want to, he'll spend the day sleeping. Most of his stuffed animals have no eyes because he ripped them out. But, he is cute.

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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Mix - Dexter

by Jackie
(Cary Illinois)

Dexter is a 10 month old Maltese Cavalier King Charles puppy. He is mostly white with reddish orange coming in more and more. He is a wonderful little dog. We have a 10 year old Shih Tzu Sabre female who is as docile and loving as can be. He is quickly learning from her what is expected of him in our family. He is playful, loves the park, and has been very easy to train. Sabre is the perfect dog so I was resistant to the getting another dog.

I LOVE him, he has adapted to our family so quickly. He loves to chase butterflies, moths anything little that moves. Several nights ago we were out walking in a large grassy area and he was chasing Fire Flies- he caught one and it appeared that he had a glowing nose. He is a great family dog loved by all. Our Maltese Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix does have a shoe fetish- not that he chews on them he just picks them up and carries them around and collects as many as he can. Funny, fun little dog with dread locks...

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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Mix - Bunny

by Stella Brake
(Bath, South West UK)

My beautiful Maltese Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix Bunny, she is gorgeous, a bundle of love and affection and joy. She's adorable ball of white fluff with soft lemon markings on her ears. She has a Maltese dark eyes and nose, facially more like a Maltese than a Cavalier. Her eyes are small and cute balanced by same size nose with so much long soft white fur. She's adorable!

As a puppy she was like a little white rabbit, and 'hopped' around, so tiny so gorgeous hence her name Bunny.

Her personality is so loving and affectionate, incredibly intelligent, just have to look at her and point sometimes without saying and she runs and does whatever. She's so sensitive too, knows exactly how I'm feeling and is there in a second on my lap if she senses I'm upset in any way.

She's great fun and loves fun and games.....bring home from a shopping a carrier bag and invite her to look and shes in that bag...looking sniffing and taking out her 'toy' playing in front of me instantly... she's a dream!

Bunny is almost five years old. She's like an adorable pup, so full of life. I love my Maltese Cavalier mix with all my heart. She's a heartbeat next to me... through troubled times as well as joyful times.

I love her so much.

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