King Charles spaniel

NOUN
  1. a toy English spaniel with a black-and-tan coat; named after Charles II who popularized it
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  • The Bloodhound can track a scent better, a German Shepherd guards better, a Greyhound is faster, and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel fits much better on your lap than a Timber Wolf ever can!
  • But supposing I had never met any specimen of the canine race but a King Charles spaniel, and on seeing a Scotch deerhound in the possession of a friend was told that the man had a 'dog:' I should be justified in doubting whether the deerhound was a dog at all in the sense in which the tiny spaniel -- the only dog I had ever seen -- represented the canine race in my mind and experience. Paul Patoff
  • In 1944 The Kennel Club admitted the cavalier King Charles spaniel to the ranks of officially recognized pedigreed dogs.
  • She's a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel / Bassett mix.
  • Oliver is a Cavalier King Charles spaniel and in the 17th century the king himself issued a royal proclamation commanding that his favourite breed of dog should be allowed entry to absolutely any establishment in the country.
  • With true aristocratic nonchalance, its dark interior resembled, not black broadcloth and leather, but a kind of agora, so littered was every surface with the hairs of her pack of King Charles spaniels. Michael Henry Adams: "Would You Like Me To Take My Shoes Off?", Dancing, Lunching and Laughing With Mrs. William F. Buckley, Jr.
  • Breed experts claim it is unheard of for a Cavalier King Charles spaniel to have so many pups and say they are ‘staggered’ at the size of the litter.
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