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Why Are Cavachon Puppies the Perfect Choice?
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What is a Cavachon?
A Cavachon is a designer breed between the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Bichon Frise with some of the best qualities from both breeds. It is considered a toy companion breed and makes an excellent house dog and companion.
Is A Cavachon Hypoallergenic?
Cavachons are generally considered to be hypoallergenic. A cavachon is a cross between the Cavalier and the Bichon Frise. Although a Cavalier is not considered hypoallergenic, the Bichon Frise is and the Cavachon normally takes the hypoallergenic characteristics from the Bichon Frise.
How long do Cavachons live?
Many factors can contribute to the life span of a Cavachon, however they are generally expected to live 12-16 years.
Can I groom a Cavachon myself at home?
Yes, you should be able to groom your cavachon at home. Start by brushing out the hard to make sure tangles are removed. Use a combination of quality clippers and scissors to trim their coat. The right kind of clipper will make a huge difference. Go for a quality clipper that isn’t noisy with the right type of blades for your dogs coat type.
Can I train my Cavachon at home?
Yes, you can definitely train your Cavachon puppy at home. Because Cavachons are a smaller breed it can take longer to fully potty train than larger breeds as they need more potty frequent trips. However, they love treats and want to please you which makes training in general easier. Be patient and keep working with your pup and you’ll have a lovely trained dog.
What about puppy mills?
The term “puppy mill” can be a bit tricky to define as there is no “official” definition, however, we define a puppy mill as any breeder that raises puppies in substandard conditions and places profits over the welfare of the puppies. This can include:
- Filthy kennels
- Puppies never left out of their cages
- Too many puppies in a small area
- No socialization or exercise
- Disease or skin conditions in puppies or adults
This isn’t how we raise puppies and we want to help you avoid other breeders who don’t treat their puppies well.
Helping You Avoid Puppy Mills
Each puppy is socialized and played with by our children so our puppies love people and children. Your puppy will make a wonderful pet and will love being with you in your home.