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The King Charles Spaniel (also known as the English Toy Spaniel) is a breed of small
dog of the Spaniel type. Prior to the 20th century, there were four varieties which made
up the Toy Spaniel type; these were the Blenheim Spaniel, the Prince Charles Spaniel,
the Ruby Spaniel and the aforementioned King Charles Spaniel. In 1903 The Kennel
Club (UK) amalgamated these four breeds under the single title of the King Charles
Spaniel. Each of the former breeds contributes one of the four colours available in the
breed.

The King Charles is a friendly breed, to the extent that typically it is not as adept at
being a watchdog as some breeds, but may still bark to warn its owners of an
approaching visitor. It is not a high energy breed, and enjoys the company of family
members,being primarily a lapdog. They prefer not to be left alone for long periods of
time and will not accept rough handling. Known as one of the quietest of the toy
breeds, it is suitable for apartment living.

The breed can tolerate other pets well, although the King Charles still has the hunting
instincts of its historic predecessors and may not always be friendly towards smaller
animals. Although tolerant of and able bond well with children, those children must
learn to be gentle with members of this breed. The breed is clever enough to be used
for obedience work, and due to their stable temperament, they can be successful
visiting dogs for hospitals and nursing homes
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