Aussalier:Australian Shepherd and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Mix
Facts & Origin
Australian Shepherd and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix - a hybrid breed.
This mixed breed is the best of both worlds. The Australian Shepherd is known for his herding instinct and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is known for his loving and gentle personality. In this combination, you have a dog that is loyal, protective and loving.
What are breed characteristics of this mix dog?
This dog is a mix of the Australian Shepherd and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. It has a slender body with medium length fur that is soft to the touch. The coat is typically light brown or tan with white markings on the chest and feet. The dog typically weighs between 9 and 13 kg and has a shoulder height between 38 and 46 cm.
|Origin||USA / England|
|Life expectancy||9 - 15 years|
|Care requirements||high-maintenance - low-maintenance|
|Activity level||high - low|
|FCI group||not recognised|
|AKC group||not recognised|
|KC group||not recognised|
Attitude, character and temperament of the breed
Possible character traits of Australian Shepherd and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix - Such is probably his nature.
The Australian Shepherd-Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix is a beautiful, intelligent and loyal dog. They make great family pets and are excellent with children. They are also very good watchdogs. This crossbreed is not recognized by the American Kennel Club, but is recognized by the registry for designer dogs, the International Designer Canine Registry.
This mixed breed is intelligent and easy to train. They want to please their owners and love attention and affection. They are good-natured dogs that get along well with other animals and people. They make good watchdogs, but are not aggressive.
This mixed breed will be most comfortable in a home with a yard where they can run and play. They need plenty of exercise and stimulation to stay happy and healthy. They do not do well in apartments or small houses.
The Australian Shepherd-Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix is a relatively healthy breed. However, like all dogs, they are prone to some health problems. These include hip and elbow dysplasia, eye problems, and heart problems. To make sure your dog stays healthy, buy him from a reputable breeder and take him to the vet regularly for checkups and vaccinations.
Health and breeding information
What diseases can occur in Australian Shepherd and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix.
The Australian Shepherd Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix breed is a designer dog that is a cross between an Australian Shepherd and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. It is a small to medium sized dog with a life expectancy of 12-15 years.
The Australian Shepherd Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix is a healthy dog with very few known health problems. However, health problems that have been observed in this breed include hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, patellar luxation, congenital heart defects, and eye problems such as progressive retinal atrophy and cataracts. It is important to obtain a health evaluation of the parents before breeding to reduce the likelihood of these health problems occurring in the offspring.
This breed is an active breed that needs a lot of exercise. They are intelligent and easy to train, which makes them a great family pet. They do well with children and other pets and are a loyal and loving companion.
What does this mixed breed look like?
This mixed breed has a coat of medium length that is soft and fluffy. The most common colors are black, white and brown, but they can also come in a variety of other colors and patterns. Their coat is usually a mix of the two parent breeds, with the Cavalier's longer, silky coat being more prominent.
The Australian Shepherd-Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix is a medium-sized dog. They have a muscular, compact body and a long, fluffy tail.
|Fur length||long - medium|
|Ear shape||Standing Ears - Floppy Ear|
|Size ♀||30 - 54 cm|
|Weight ♀||6 - 32 kg|
|Size ♂||30 - 58 cm|
|Weight ♂||6 - 32 kg|
Elbow dysplasia (ED)
Elbow joint dysplasia is a chronic disease complex of the elbow joint of fast growing dog breeds.
Hip dysplasia (HD)
The hip dysplasia or hip joint dysplasia of the dog (HD) is a maldevelopment of the hip joint.
The MDR1 defect is a defect in the MDR1 gene that can occur in some breeds of dogs and in humans. This results in the deficient or absent synthesis of a certain protein which is an important component of the blood-brain barrier, leading to hypersensitivity to some drugs.
Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA)
Progressive retinal atrophy (PRA) is a slowly progressive death of the retina in dogs.
Often occurs in old age.
Heart valve diseases in dogs are among the most common heart diseases. Most often it is an acquired change in a heart valve.
Mitral Valve Diseas (MVD)
Mitral valve disease in animals and dogs, respectively
Curly Coat Dry Eye
Eye disease in dogs.
Symptoms of kidney disease in dogs: increased urination (polyuria) increased water intake. Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth. Loss of appetite
The mix of Australian Shepherd and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is known as Aussie-Cav.
The Australian Shepherd and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix is a medium-sized dog. They usually weigh between 9 and 13 kg and have a shoulder height between 38 and 46 cm.
The Australian Shepherd and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix is a beautiful dog with a lively and fun personality. They have a medium length coat that is soft and silky to the touch. The coat is typically tri-colored, with black, white and tan markings.
The Australian Shepherd and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix is an active and playful dog. They are friendly and outgoing and love to be with people. They are also intelligent and easily trainable.
The Australian Shepherd and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix needs moderate exercise. They like to go for walks and play catch. They don't need a lot of room to run, but they do need some daily exercise to stay happy and healthy.
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