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The Cavachon

If you have ever been a fan of the designer dog collection, then the Cavachon is your ideal pet. They are small and adorable creatures that will make you give them so much love. They are extremely cute and can make a really good companion too. Their ears are droopy and you will fall in love with this dog at first sight.  Petland is honored to offer the highest quality Cavachon puppies who will be an instant fit on your lap and in your family. Discover more about our Cavachon  puppies for sale below!

What do you get when you combine the Cavalier King Charles and the Bichon Frise? The Cavachon! This breed has become one of the United States’ most popular breeds of dogs. It is widely believed that the Cavachon was designed by breeders in North America in 1996. The goal was to create a gentle companion dog that fit well into families. This breed’s parent Bichon Frise originated in the Mediterranean and descended from water spaniels. This breed’s second parent, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, is known for her gentle and loving demeanor and calm and loving disposition.

This breed has an incredibly loving and outgoing personality. They have a warm and gentle temperament and are very easy-going dogs. They tend to be very loyal to their families and enjoy as much love and attention as you can give them. They are not aggressive dogs and do great with children and other animals in the house.

The Cavachon is a low-shedding dog that does not need an excessive amount of care. A basic routine of brushing once a day is suggested to keep him looking and feeling his best. Many Cavachon owners find themselves using a metal comb which helps to prevent tangles and matting in their fur. This breed has a very clean and soft coat which looks amazing even after a simple brushing. Their coats also do benefit from a bi-weekly bath. This breed can be found in black and white with tan markings, black with tan markings, Blenheim with chestnut markings, and ruby.

Proper feeding of your Cavachon is very important for his mental and physical development, especially as a puppy. It is suggested that they should eat about one and a quarter cups of food per serving two times a day. The feedings are best spaced out twelve hours apart. Making sure the Cavachon’s teeth remain clean is also an important part of his health. Cavachon owners should also be sure to keep their dog’s nails clipped which will help the dog look and feel his best. Taking a few basic steps will help keep your dog healthy and happy.

  • At the age of maturity, Cavachons grow to between eleven and thirteen inches tall.
  • They average a weight between fifteen to thirty-five pounds.
  • The average Cavachon has an average life expectancy of ten to fifteen years.

Fact: The Cavachon first was bred in 1996.

Fact: This breed has a hypoallergenic coat which is great for those who suffer from allergies.

Fact: American Canine Association recognizes the Cavachon.

Fact: Cavachons are known for their fantastic companionship qualities.

Frequently Asked Questions

Cavachons are more susceptible to the following: cataracts, ear infections, curly coat, mitral valve disease, dry eye, excessive tear production and a lot more that comes from their parent breed.

The answer is no. They are very friendly and are not necessarily watch dogs but they will bark if a stranger comes along.

Yes. Some Cavachons love getting in the water but a lot of dogs really don’t want to get wet. You should be careful when walking the dog because he may just want to leap into a body of water.

Yes. This has to be corrected while they are young or else you would have a dog that barks for no reason and this could be very irritating.

No. They form strong bonds with owners and get very lonely when they are away. You could get another dog or cat to keep him company.

Yes. They could adapt to apartment living or a house in the country as long as they are mentally stimulated and exercised right.

Yes, they are extremely playful.

Not particularly. They would greet everything they meet because they are friendly but they do not have a prey drive.

They are excellent for first time owners who have the time to tend to this energetic canine.

The average life expectancy of a Cavachon is 15 to 18 years. However, inherit most health problems from their parent breed.

The Cavachon is a cute energy-efficient canine who will win your heart over. They make terrific companions too.

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