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Spay/neuter agreement

All of our puppies are sold as “companion pets.” 


ALL puppies are sold with a spay/neuter agreement, and they CANNOT be bred.


You are required to have the puppy spayed or neutered when it is between 6 and 9 months of age.

If the spay or neuter is not completed in this time frame and proof sent to us, your

puppies guarantee / contract is null and void.

Having your puppy Spay / neutered can prolong their life by eliminating reproductive cancers as
well as provide you with a better companion.


Recovery time for these surgeries is fairly quick. 

The reason for selling our puppies with a spay/neuter agreement is to protect our

puppies from getting into the hands of puppy mills and pet stores.  


Our puppies are raised in our home, and become part of our family.  The health

and well-being of our Cavaliers are very important to us.  


All of are Cavaliers are treated with loving care, provided excellent veterinary care, and are 
given much attention.  We do our best to protect this breed and our individual puppies
from getting into the hands of unscrupulous individuals and puppy mills. 

Spaying female puppies

A intact female will generally go into heat twice a year which is very messy and leaves  bloody discharge wherever she goes. Once she is spayed she will no longer have a heat cycle.


Spaying is a surgical procedure that removes the ovaries and uterus. If done before the first estrus (heat cycle) it greatly reduces the risks of breast and uterine cancer.
If you own an intact female you have to be concerned with having an unplanned litter should an intact  male get to her. Unplanned litters can be very dangerous; your female can be hurt if the male is of  a larger breed and the puppies may be too large for her to pass naturally.


Don’t think a fence will keep the stray males away, hormones ensure

males will move mountains to get to a female in heat.

 Spaying will not make your female Cavalier fat

nor will it change her temperament.

Neutering male puppies

After being neutered a male will be much less likely to mark their territory and or mount people
and or objects. These behaviors disappear once the testosterone levels recede after neutering
if they were there in the first place. Their need to find a mate is gone as well, so they
make much better companions and have only you on their minds.

Neutering is the surgical procedure that removes the testicles and it greatly
reduces the risk of testicular and prostate cancer.

 Neutering will not make your male Cavalier fat

nor will it change his temperament.

When is the correct time to spay/neuter your Cavalier?

There is some debate when is the right time to have your pet Spay or Neutered.


ALL our puppies are sold with a  spay/neuter contract and they MUST be spayed/neutered

by six months of age which is before they reach sexual maturity which has the greatest medical benefit for the Cavalier.

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