English king's fur falls off moderately and needs to be combed frequently to get smooth fur. It is recommended to brush teeth with a comb and needle brush every week to reduce bedding and tangle, and to control shedding. It should be noted that the owner should be very diligent in combing the thick feather area of the hair. If English king's coat is particularly long, some owners will choose to dress professionally. English king should take a bath every month, and the owner should pay attention to cleaning the drooping ears to avoid the accumulation and infection of earwax. English king should brush his teeth every day and cut his nails once or twice a month.
An English king should be monitored in hot weather because its short nose makes it prone to heatstroke. English king should live in a well ventilated and air-conditioned home. In hot and humid weather, English king's time outdoors should be limited.
A lot of things you can do are to make your English King happy and healthy, which is common sense, just like for people. You should pay attention to her diet, make sure she has enough exercise, brush her teeth and coat regularly, and contact the veterinarian if there is anything unusual. You must abide by the schedule of tests and vaccinations that we recommend for her. At this time, we have to do the necessary "examination" for her to check the common diseases and conditions among knights. Another very important step in taking care of pets is to register for pet health insurance. Of course there will be medical tests and procedures that she will need in her lifetime and pet health insurance will help you pay for those costs.
English king should eat high quality dog food suitable for the dog's age (puppies, adults, or the elderly). Some English king are easily overweight, so pay attention to your dog's calorie consumption and weight level. If you choose to feed your dog, be moderate. Treatment is an important auxiliary means in training, but giving too much can lead to obesity. If you can, try to use less food waste, especially don't eat cooked bones and foods with high fat content. Learn which human foods are safe and which are not. If you have any concerns about your dog's weight or diet, consult your veterinarian.
English king is prone to the following health problems. These include some eye diseases (including retinal problems and cataracts), patellar dislocation, hip dysplasia, middle ear infections, mitral valve heart disease, and a neurological disease called syringomyelia. Knights can be screened under all of these conditions, and most of them can live in peace. The owner should discuss any potential health problems with the English king breeder. A responsible breeder will conduct health tests on all potential breeding animals.
Patellar dislocation: also known as "knee slippage," is a common problem in puppies. This is because the patella, English king has three parts - the femur (thigh bone), the patella (kneecap bone), and the tibia (lower leg) - are not aligned correctly. This can lead to lameness in the leg or abnormal gait in the dog. It is a disease that occurs at birth, although actual dislocation or dislocation does not always occur long after. Friction caused by patellar dislocation can lead to arthritis, which is a degenerative joint disease. Patellar dislocation is divided into four grades, from grade I (temporary claudication due to occasional dislocation) to grade IV (severe rotation of tibia, unable to rearrange patella manually). This makes the dog look like a bowling ball. Severe patellar dislocation may require surgical repair. Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA): patent ductus arteriosus, or PDA, is a common congenital heart disease found in many different varieties. English king occurs in the ductus arteriosus, a large vessel or shunt that causes the unborn pup's blood to pass through the heart and bypass the lungs, failing to close after birth. When this happens, fluid accumulates in the lungs, leading to dyspnea, syncope, vertigo, cough, heart murmur, collapse, and heart failure. Patent ductus arteriosus was repaired surgically. Mitral regurgitation: mitral regurgitation, also known as mitral valve disease or chronic valvular disease, is most common in elderly dogs and occurs when the mitral valve between the left atrium and ventricle begins to fail. When this happens, the mitral valve does not prevent blood flow back to the left atrium. This can lead to many devastating side effects, including heart failure. The symptoms of the disease are heart murmurs, fluid accumulation in the lungs, enlargement of the heart, lack of energy and decreased myocardial strength. English king can be treated for a while with drugs, diet and restricted exercise. English king helps keep your Charlie at a healthy weight and English king's teeth clean and healthy. Cleft palate: cleft palate is the top of the mouth, separating the nasal cavity from the mouth. English king consists of two parts, hard and soft. Cleft palate has a bilateral or unilateral cleft, ranging in size from a small hole to a large one. Cleft palate can affect hard palate and soft palate apart and together, and may lead to cleft lip. Puppies may be born with cleft palate, or cleft palate due to trauma. Cleft palate is quite common in dogs, but many puppies born with cleft palate cannot survive or are euthanized for breeding. The only treatment for cleft palate is surgery to close the hole, although not all dogs with cleft palate need surgery. It's important to get diagnosis and treatment advice from a veterinarian. Cryptorchidism: cryptorchidism is a condition in which one or both testes of a dog cannot be lowered. It is common in puppies. When a puppy is 2 months old, the testicles should drop completely. If the testis is preserved, English king is usually nonfunctional. If it is not treated with drugs, it may become cancerous. The recommended treatment is to castrate your dog. When sterilization is performed, a small incision will be made to remove the cryptorchidism; if there are normal testes, they will be removed routinely. Seborrhea: seborrhea is a skin disease, divided into two categories: oily seborrhea (oily skin) and dry seborrhea (dry skin). Both symptoms are dry, flaky, terrifying "dog smell" and itching, and are usually accompanied by English king ear and skin infections. The causes of seborrhea may be metabolic disorders, allergies, endoparasites and autoimmune diseases. Before starting treatment, the root cause must be identified. Once it is, seborrhea can be easily treated by changing diet, high quality shampoo and conditioner, occasionally with medication. Retinal dysplasia: retinal dysplasia is one of the most common congenital genetic diseases, which means that dogs are congenital. English king is transmitted to English King through English king's parents, but English king can also cause trauma or prenatal herpes virus or parvovirus infection. English king can be mild or severe, caused by retinal dysplasia, leading to retinal wrinkles. This can lead to a variety of visual problems in dogs, from a small blind spot to complete blindness. Retinal dysplasia can be found as early as 6 to 8 weeks old. There is no known treatment for retinal dysplasia, but many blind dogs live a full life, and English king's other senses can make up for the loss of vision.
Although knight is bred to be a cute dog, English king is descended from sports dogs and likes moderate exercise and outdoor activities. English king will be happy to take a walk with his owner and do well in some dog sports, but English king is also happy to stay on the sofa all day. English kings should not be allowed to break away from the shackles, because English kings retain their sense of smell and hunting instinct. If English kings find an interesting route or a creature to chase, English kings may not come, and their owners can use the fence.
English king is a sweet, gentle and affectionate breed, eager to please people. English kings are friendly to strangers and their English king animals, and they are good to children. English kings are smart and easy to train. The Cavaliers are good at dog sports, including obedience, pull and agility. English kings have a sweet nature, so they can also become magical therapeutic dogs. As with all breeds, early socialization and puppy training courses will help young English king learn good manners and adapt to a variety of people and situations.
Training can be easy with this breed as long as you understand the nature of English king. English king is independent. Sometimes when they ignore orders, English kings give it to them for the first time. However, on the whole, English king is happy to please English king people and enjoy the company provided by the training. English toy hounds may bark to remind you that someone is approaching, or they may bite and frighten English kings or people they don't like, but that's what English kings watchdog can do.
English king's luster, silk coat only needs regular brushing and occasional bath to keep English king in beautiful conditions. Bristles not only help keep English king fur shiny and tangled freely, but also serve as a full body massage that dogs like. Cosmetology strengthens English king's relationship with its owner and provides an opportunity to check the dog's entire body for any new or unusual bumps or its English king problems. Check your ears weekly for signs of infection, and trim your nails at least once a month, because too long nails can cause pain and structural problems.
For fun, English king likes to chase birds and butterflies. You can tie English king outdoors so that English king won't chase them in front of the car.
Like any dog, English king has different personalities, from quiet and calm to noisy and arrogant. When someone comes to the door, English king may or may not bark, so as a watchdog, English king is a bad choice - except, that is to say, English king is used to watch what thieves bring from silver. Of course, there are exceptions - some English king will tell you everything that's going on around you and bark fiercely when strangers come near - but in general, you'd better buy an alarm system instead of relying on your English king to remind you that you're in trouble.