The Golden Cavalier has moderate exercise requirements and enjoys activities such as a walk in the park, family games, or just a stroll through the market stalls. Do keep them on a leash though, as they have a tendency to wander. Like all dogs, they will get bored with repetition. Walking the same old route to the same old park can be less than inspiring, so try to vary their daily activities and make it interesting for them. Our activities are designed to challenge your dog, to really make them use their minds to solve a problem. They are to provide a different physical exercise or two all under the disguise of having fun. That is the most important part for your Golden Cavalier. If it's not fun then why bother, is their motto. Many dogs lose concentration if the game is too serious or they don't get to win a game. That can be depressing and they will soon leave you to play the game by yourself. A gorgeous cross between the Golden Lab and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, they love praise, they love to win, and they love to feel important. So build them up, let them win occasionally, and make learning fun!
The Golden Cavalier is a very affectionate dog and bonds closely with their family. They are patient with children and will join in their games or they will try to help them with their homework. A well-socialized dog will get along with other pets, and you may find your cat and dog enjoying a game of chase or even a wrestling match! Taking your dog for a romp out along a semi-deserted beach will wear off some energy, just make sure they are trained to come back to you when you want them to. They enjoy meeting other people and dogs so they can get easily sidetracked. If they don't obey, clip them back on their lead for a while before trying again. They will soon get the idea that they will get more freedom if they obey. A dog that has plenty of variety in life is a happy, contented dog. Try out some of our activities - your dog will love you for it.