The most popular mixed breeds of Cavalier are the Cockalier – The Cavalier Poodle Mix, and the Beaglier – The Beagle Cavaliers King Charles Mix - Cocker Spaniel King Charles Mix, the Cavapoo.
For retirees, or 'empty nesters', they are the ideal pet because they're very friendly and obedient.
They make great walking companions for seniors who need help with exercise.
They also have a calm temperament and small size which makes them easy to care for.
One interesting thing about the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is that they have a longer muzzle than King Charles.
The King Charles Spaniel has a much flatter muzzle than that of the Cavalier and they have an unmistakably distinct domed head.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniels have a strong scissors bite which is in stark contrast to the undershot jaw that most of their cousins have.
The average Cavalier is larger than the average King.
They also have different personalities!
The Cavaliers are more outgoing and the Kings are a bit more shy.