Ditto :D :D :D :D
I have two males and just love them both, they just adore us and are extremely loving.
I Ditto what Sara said, have always heard that and I truly believe it is true my breeder also told me the same thing.
Go get that little boy. :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
You will not regret it.
I have one boy and 4 girl cavaliers. My girls do not fight with each other. They all have their spats but nothing horrible. They each have their own wonderful individual personality. They all love me and I love each one of them for who they are....whether boy or girl does not enter into that decision. I say pick the pup that tugs at your heart and forget the color or the sex. You will know when you see them which one is yours...if not right away then soon. They are all so loveable!!!
Always had the girlies...up to four living together..never a problem. Always had them spayed after the first season never any moodiness etc.
It's always been "me and my girls!" not choosen by choice it's just the way it's happened. Would love a little boy equally the same... :D
Alison, Wilts, U.K.
Wow Cavalier Talk gets me quick answers, it's great. Thank you for your replies. I feel happier now. I'm after the company and affection of a real soppy dog and now think a boy is best for me. "Dylan" it is then...I'm so excited, I'm sure you can imagine. Keep your comments coming please. Thank you cl*p
I don't mean at all to say boys are better but I do like the personalities very much -- I got a boy 'by accident' too and happily added a second; I'd always thought I'd prefer a girl. I do find a girl more of a challenge and have found far more females of all breeds and mixes to be snappy with other dogs, mainly strangers.
But this may be due more to the breeding background and socialisation of the dogs in question -- the personalities of my boys, who come from the same lines and are fairly consistent, were bred for good temperament, while Lily who is a pound cavalier of unknown background was probably backyard bred by someone who didn't know the first thing about the breed, breeding for health, conformation or temperament. And she was quite neglected when I got her from the poiund which suggests someone didn't work very hard to get her well-socialised as a pup. :(
With cavaliers, I really think they are all lovely. :)
Never had a little girl dog.
All my boy Cavs have had lovely natures - 3 completely daft and placid; 2 a little bit more feisty.
I find the more intelligent the dog, the feistier. Having fun with Bradley's spirited nature at the moment ;)
I had my heart set on a blenheim female...and got a tri boy. My next would be my blenheim female...ended up being a tri female. Love both of them to pieces and realize now...it really doesn't matter!
I was always under the impression that with the Cav's it doesn't matter boy or girl. Molly couldn't be any sweeter, she expects everyone she meets to lavish her with affection and I mean everyone! :p
I've never had a girl Cav, but Lucky is so sweet, even if only about 12 weeks so far. I have limited experience, but I'll bet it doesn't matter.
I wanted a little girl too ... like you I already had the name picked out. I'd been looking at the cute pink dog sweaters, etc. ... well, I just could not put a boy dog in pink!!! :-) AND I have absolutely no regrets for choosing a boy dog ... Lucky is my dog ... period. It feels like it was meant to be and I'm so happy he's mine.
I'm sure whichever puppy you get - boy or girl - will bring you years of happiness and puppy dog kisses. :lotsaluv:
Thanks again for your comments :hug: Do you think there is a difference in dominance between girls and boys? I'm enjoying reading your comments. :cffee: