In 1920, the breed had become extremely popular yet still retained a robust character. The King Charles Spaniels, later called King Charles Spaniels, were considered to be old toys by the time of the First World War, and were still being used for hunting rabbits and later, coon hounds.
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The 1960's gave a new shine to the breed by taking a more docile approach in comparison to its cousins, and also began to increase its popularity. Within a short time, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was no more and a new breed, the King Charles Spaniel, was created.