Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club of NSW

Affiliated with Dogs NSW



About the Club

Welcome to the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club of NSW website. Please have a look around our site, and hopefully you will find all you need to know about the Club and our versatile breed.

The Club is a non profit organisation focused on promoting the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel (CKCS) breed. This includes education on the breed, minimising the incidence of hereditary disease and highlighting activities such as Conformation Showing, Obedience and Agility/Jumping Trialling. The Club also runs a Rescue service, and produces a high quality Yearbook each year.

The Club holds two Championship shows each year (Easter Sunday and September), and one Open show (late May or early June).
The Club holds a 'Fun and Information Day' each year, and is represented at various expos throughout the year.
The Club meets monthly on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm in the Gordon Douglas Building, Bill Spilstead Canine Complex, Erskine Park. Both members and visitors are welcome to attend meetings.

Interested in joining the Club? Membership details can be found here.

NSW Cavalier Club show schedules:

September Championship show
13th & 14th September -  For schedule click here

Exhibitors don't forget to enter the Championship show! Dogs NSW Grounds, Luddenham Rd. Orchard Hills.   The Baby Puppy Picnic and Dogs will be judged on Saturday and Bitches on Sunday.  We will be having our regular Silent Auction to raise funds for Rescue and there will also be a Club Stall. All are welcome to come along and see our beautiful Cavaliers.


The group gets together several times a year. Next  walking day will be notified here.


As detailed on our Health Page, MRI scanning is available in Sydney for  non -symptomatic Cavaliers owned by registered Dogs NSW breeders.
The next scanning day will be notified here, for information contact the Booking Co- ordinator Janine Gilroy  Tel 02 4683 3503  or  Cavalier Club members will be given priority for the available spaces.
 Curly Coat and Episodic Falling DNA test kits are available from the Animal Health Trust UK and may be ordered from their web site  
Further information is on our Health Page





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