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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. Discover more about our Cavachon puppies for sale below!

Breed History

This dog breed was born by cross-breeding two pure breed dogs. They are descended from the Bichon Frise and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Cavachons are a relatively new dog breed and they are growing in popularity and reputation because they are really low shredders. 

This means anyone who is allergic may just accommodate the Cavachon. They have been classified as designer dogs and as a result, have not been recognized by the British Kennel Club.


The Cavachon is kind, affectionate and very gentle. They just love to be in the midst of children and other dogs. They have been named lap dogs because they love to cuddle and will not miss an opportunity to do so. 

They create a bond with the family members and want to be a part of everything going on. They really do not like being left alone because they thrive on human interactions. They may develop separation anxiety if they are left alone.


Cavachons are really small dogs and can live virtually anywhere. They could do apartment living or live in a house with a yard comfortably. They adore children and wouldn’t mind being adopted into such families. 

They are generally friendly dogs and get along with other dogs if they are socialized at an early age. Since they are small, all interactions with children should be supervised so they do not hurt the dog. They are not so tolerant of the winter weather. 


The Cavachon needs enough daily exercise as they are very energetic dogs. They need to be allowed to run up and down the yard or taken for long walks just so they can explore and stretch their tiny legs. 

They could develop bad habits when they’re not exercised right and you really don’t want that. So you should give them about 30 minutes a day of exercise and mental stimulation since they are very intelligent dogs.


The Cavachon is not known to be a heavy shredder so you are in luck. You would need to brush his coat regularly and give him baths when it is necessary. Always keep an appointment with a professional groomer every 4 to 8 weeks so they can trim his coat and help you keep him looking good. 

They are susceptible to tearing so make sure you clean his eyes with a damp cloth every now and again. You should get your dog used to being touched and examined so they don’t freak out. Clean his ears and check for signs of infection while at it.

Our Cavachon puppies for sale come from either USDA licensed commercial breeders or hobby breeders with no more than 5 breeding mothers. USDA licensed commercial breeders account for less than 20% of all breeders in the country. 

The unregulated breeders who are selling outside of the USDA regulations and without a license are what we consider to be “Puppy Mills.” We are committed to offering Cavachon puppies who will grow up to become important members of your family. We only purchase puppies from the very best sources, and we stand behind every puppy we sell.

Contact us today to learn more about the availability of our Cavachon puppies for sale. We look forward to helping you find your next family member. Our pet counselors can answer any questions you have about our Cavachon puppies.

Ten Frequently Asked Questions about the Cavachon

What health challenges do Cavachons have?

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.

Are Cavachons good watchdogs?

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

Do Cavachons love water?

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.

Do Cavachons bark a lot?

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.

Can I leave my Cavachon alone all day?

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.

Do Cavachons adapt easily?

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

Are Cavachons playful?

Yes, they are extremely playful. 

Do Cavachons have prey drive? 

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

Are Cavachons good for first-time owners? 

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

How long do Cavachons live? 

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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