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Cavestie - Information on the Breed, Puppies, Breeders, Characteristics and Temperament


The Cavestie dog is hybrid variety.



In other words, it is not a purebred, but is the product of mixed breeding. This dog is a cross breed between a West Highland white terrier and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.

Cavestie Puppies, Breeders, Characteristics and Temperament


If anybody wants to fully understand the characteristics of a Cavestie dog then they should first understand the characteristics of the parent dogs.



Information on the temperament, general appearance and sizes of the West Highland white terrier and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel will help you gauge what the new Cavestie puppies will turn out to be. While there is a lot of information available on the internet, you can also get additional info from veterinarians and Cavestie breeders. In fact one can get a Cavestie for sale quite easily from any of these sources as well.



Normally when trying to put a Cavestie for sale, it is done when they the Cavestie dogs are still puppies.

Cavestie dog breed can make great house pets. This is mainly because they are not really destructive by nature and are more content to lie around and snuggle up. These Cavestie dogs are not really aggressive and are more likely to just bark when they sense a disturbance.  They also love to get plenty of attention and hence may bark at times just to get it. These dogs are also great play mates for children and for any other pets or animals one may have around the place. The Cavestie is a very friendly dog and also quite intelligent. They are just right for families or even for couples who have never owned a pet before because of their love for people, children and animals. They can be very loyal and thus make great companions for anyone. They however do like to bark a lot and one can try to train them not to. A fully grown Cavestie dog can weight almost 11 pounds and is usually a very healthy dog to own. They do not suffer from any known health conditions. However it is always advisable to kept one’s pet as clean as possible. One should groom and brush their pet as much as possible. The Cavestie is usually very comfortable with life indoors, but you should make sure that the dog is not overfed although this is usually not a problem. Exercise and regular walks are however essential.
 
  Submitted on October 7, 2011