cavachon-dog-breed-info

While every dog is unique, dogs of the same breed often share many characteristics.  It is obvious that dogs of the same breed have many physical characteristics in common, but they will often share some personality characteristics as well.  The following Cavachon breed info will give you some important information about the various characteristics of this particular breed.

For starters, the Cavachon breed is a mix between a Bichon Frise and a Cavalier King Charles.  Obviously, the Cavachon will share characteristics that are common in both of these breeds.

Size: The Cavachon is a small dog, typically weighing somewhere between 12 and 18 pounds.  However, it is more common for a Cavachon to weigh somewhere on the higher end of that range, typically 15 to 18 pounds.

Fur: A Cavachon’s coat is very fluffy, thick, and often rather curly.  Regular grooming is a must for the Cavachon due to the long length that their fur can reach, which can become as long as 3 to 5 inches.  However, despite the Cavachon having longer and thicker hair than other dog breeds, they shed very little.  The coloration of their fur can vary, but is most commonly various shades of white or brown.  Spotting is very common in this dog breed.

Personality: The Cavachon is an active breed, often wanting to exercise and play.  However, they are better than most breeds at entertaining themselves, which can ease some of the burden off of a less than active owner.  The Cavachon is a very social dog breed as well, which would prefer to be in the company of other dogs or people rather than finding a spot where they can be alone.  The Cavachon displays a great mix of activity and contentment, always looking to find a nice soft lap to rest in after some play-time!

Eating Habits: The Cavachon is a rather light and sporadic eater.  They will be content with two small meals of quality dog food a day.

Training: The Cavachon is a very smart breed, able to quickly pick up on many tricks and follow obedience training very well.

188 Responses to “Cavachon Breed Info”

  • nicola says:

    are there any common health problems with this breed of dog? i’m looking into getting 1 but can’t find any information on health problems. thanks

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  • Lindsey says:

    I have a 8 month old female named Bella. I am having a hard time with food. She will eat it for a little while and then will go on a food strike for a few days. I have changed it a few times but eventually she starts to eat again but very minimal. Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions? :/

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    Anonymous Replied:

    Try Burns dry food for toy and small breeds, chicken and rice. They also do A sensitive pork and potatoes, if your dog does not get on with chicken. This food is done by a vet!

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    Anonymous Replied:

    Try keeping her food in an air tight container. She probably doesn’t like it after it gets stale, which is why she always eats again the first few days after you introduce a new kind . Hope that helps . It worked for my boy . He was the same way!

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  • anon says:

    We have a cavachon pup who is now just over 6 months, he loves cuddles and just wants to be sitting on our knees all the time. We all love him so much. He is so fussy with eating, i was feeding him our food mixed with his baker, just to get him to eat but now he refuses to eat his own dog food. I dont want to keep on giving him our food incase he develops health problems. Any help or advice would be great.

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    Anonymous Replied:

    Bakers is the most terrible dog food ever made. If you can’t feed it raw, then at least get a high quality food. X

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    Anonymous Replied:

    I have a 5 year old cavachon and I finally found success with a food and he eats his two meals a day. Try Holistic Select. This is the only food my cavachon has enjoyed

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  • carolinatwin says:

    Has anyone bought a Cavachon from Century Farms?

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    Anonymous Replied:

    yes! I have and I know 3 other families that have. All are healthy dogs.

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    Anonymous Replied:

    yes and very satisfied

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    Jen Brooks Replied:

    We have a 7 mo old male named Ollie we got from Century Farms as a 9 week old.. He is the best dog weve ever had! Smart and adorable! Had a great experience with the breeders. Visited the farm and it it great.

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    Anonymous Replied:

    Yes, we bought a 10 week old puppy from century farm. The one thing I would recommend is go get your puppy and don’t allow them to put the puppy on a plane.
    If we didn’t go get him, he would of laid over in two places for over 5 hours. He got sick 3 times on the plane and I can’t image if he was in his cage all by himself.
    Our puppy threw up for the first two weeks, but seems to be getting better. They seem to have a great selection and very cute puppies.

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  • Anonymous says:

    My almost two year old cavechon is a great addition to my family. Two questions – one, he absolutely cannot be left alone for anytime at all as he will eat any food that is left out. Normally a great and well behaved dog, unattended, he will jump onto the counter with his long legs and eat what he is not supposed to. He know’s what he is doing is wrong as he will then march himself off to the crate. Second is his barking at strangers and other dogs when out. It is annoying and embarrassing and wonder if it is because he has not been socialized enough out of the home. When someone comes to the house, new or otherwise, he is friendly and manages not even to jump up as he really used to do all of the time. Thank you to anyone who can share an idea or two. I know for the food, the spray bottle would be a good idea when we catch him in the act but we rarely do as then we could prevent it! :)

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  • Cathy says:

    Hi my Cavachon has an odour from her ears? Has anyone else come across this problem?

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    Anonymous Replied:

    sounds like they need proper cleaning? an ear infection can cause an odor.

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    Jenny Replied:

    Yeah my puppy got that just get some damp cotton wool and wipe it gently

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  • Vanessa says:

    What do you feed your Cavachons? I’m on to Science Diet. We had an issue with his ph and protein levels being dangerously high. I started on Natures Recipe but my vet insisted that was causing his issue. I have to take him back to the vet Mon after being on the Science Diet for a week.

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    Vanessa Replied:

    Update…. My poor baby has to be on prescription food :( he has two types of crystals in his urine. Anyone else experience this?

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    Anonymous Replied:

    We had that problem with our 2 bichons — seems to be a characteristic of that breed.

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    David Replied:

    Our Cavalier was also on dietary biscuits for crystals in her urine – possible problem with both breeds??

    Anonymous Replied:

    Our dog is on Verus (may have to look online – but available locally here). Ask the Vet what in the food causes your crystal problem. You may be able to find something that doesn’t have it. Verus is a USA brand and our puppy has no issues. In fact, we had no transition issues from breeder to our house except the dog refused the breeders food and stole the cats’ food (Verus brand). So, I got the puppy Verus food. It is no fillers, corn, wheat, etc. It does use chicken meal but I’ve never gotten my pets to like Blue brand food. It is a bummer to have specialty food – we had a cat that needed it before.

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    Anonymous Replied:

    Science diet is awful. Natures recipe is decent, however you may want to look into Simply Nourish which is a holistic line from Pet Smart. It’s a great food

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    Anonymous Replied:

    I have a Cav that will be turning 3 next month =)
    She is on a diet of chicken mince, brown rice with carrot and broccoli. It doesn’t cost me much to cook for a week, is low fat and so good for her, and more importantly she loves it.

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    Anonymous Replied:

    Dogs can’t process rice or vegetables. Just the meat is needed and should be raw,or it loses all it’s goodness in the cooking.

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  • Julie says:

    We have a 9 mth Cavachon named Bobby and I have to say out of all the breeds of dog I have had over the years, after getting Bobs, I wouldn’t have any other breed again! We have 5 children of vastly varying ages including a daughter with autism…eldest 26, youngest 8 and he adjusts his play to fit in with who has him at any given time. His intellegence and understanding of people and situations is just amazing.
    He has been off leash for walks since he was 14 weeks old and has never struggled with recall, all I need to do is call his name, stand still and he’s back like a shot. I train him with lots of praise and cuddles alongside the odd treat when it is something new or he has done particularly well.
    He positively thrives on love, praise and cuddles and adores being groomed, jumping onto the footstool as soon as he sees his brush and will also let me brush his teeth with one of the finger brushes.
    This breed is a perfect all rounder, lively enough to keel the kids busy but also happy enough to settle on a lap for cuddles. Their size means they are not threatening to dog wary people and soon win over non dog lovers with their happy disposition.
    We love him to bits !

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    Denise Replied:

    Just a question….how “barky” are they? I know Cavs are not barkers in general but not sure about Bichons so curious about the mix. I’ve had barky little dogs and can do without that again though I miss my lap dogs!

    thanks for the input

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    Anonymous Replied:

    Mine I a barker !! Just at strangers !! But he is the most loving , cuddly , wanna be as close to you as possible dog I have ever had !!! He is awesome for my soul !!!,

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    Jenny Replied:

    My dog barks but we get cats in our garden he gets excited when we come home he hates being left alone and it is hard to leave him alone because he is soo cute fluffy and he is my little flufball I love him to bits he got use to being left alone though I hope I helped I definitely recommend cavachon they will be ur friend for life

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  • Mdito says:

    Cavachons cost anywhere from $3.00 to $1500. Depending on the breeder. I recommend puppyfinder.com but do your research. I have two Cavachons and payed $350 for one and $750 for the other. It seems to me the puppies with darker colorings are more expensive. The ones with mostly white Coates are the least expensive.

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  • bob cieszynski says:

    Hello.
    I am looking for someone who wants to mate their female cavashon with my male .JoJo is going to be three years old,and is the smartest dog I ever owned or had the pleasure ofsharing our lives togeather, My better half and I love him so much, I have frineds who ask if he can have a sleep over at their homes because he is so gentle and loving and I know by the way he is he will make great puppies , we live north of Pittsburgh pa in Notrona Heights area if any knows someone who would like to mate their female please let me know at 412 337 8844 thank you

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    megan Replied:

    Please don’t breed mixed breeds. It can cause a lot if issues in the litter or puppies. (genetic defects)

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  • Karen says:

    My Cavachon (Katie) is 6 yrs and the most amazing dog. She looks more Cavalier than most. Her fur is fine & wavy, not curly. She does shed! My guess is about 10% Cavachons have fur like my Katie.

    She has big brown eyes full of love. She thinks every person and dog is her friend. Her play is adorable. Katie will throw her toys in the air and then chase them. She tucks her butt under and plays like a cat. When playing with our other (Buddy) dog she nips on his rear legs to get him to run. It is so entertaining to watch.

    She also loves my grand kids. The youngest is 4. She does hide behind me when she has had enough squeezing.

    I cant say enough wonderful stuff about my Katie.

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  • Anne says:

    Hello,
    What does a cavachon x cavalier puppy look like when it grows up? Does it look like a cavachon or more cavalier?
    Thanks.

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    bob cieszynski Replied:

    When they grow up they are bueatyful they have their own look it is very hard to say but they are a great dog for everyone to have who love adog who is loveable and enjoys to play

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    nancy Replied:

    I’ve just started looking for a new dog companion and the Cavachon appeals to me because it has a little longer snout and not so bulging eyes as the Cavalier?

    I would love any animal, so looks are not very important but I do prefer a more pointy nose and not a smashed-looking face.

    so then would you say this is generally true of Cavachon’s; more pointed snout and not as bulgy eyes?

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    joe and chance Replied:

    They are the cutest
    .

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  • Natalie says:

    How much should I feed my 10 week cavachon weighing 2kg? He is pooing about 10 times a day!!

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    Anonymous Replied:

    You feed 2 to 3x a day. They will “go” more often because of young age or fillers in their food. Read the dog food label. By products go right on by your dogs digestion and out the other end. Many top name brands use by-products so Read don’t just buy a brand. The extra cost will result in less waste (literally) and a healthier pet.

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    caitriona normoyle Replied:

    well i had a litter of cavachons and they turned out really cute and very healthy a lot of problems that people experience with puppies comes back to firstly the breeder did they go to a responcible breeder and secondly did they seek advise on maintence of puppy i also write an advice sheet on each individual puppy re everything they need to know from worming to what their fed on cleaning ears etc and i talk them through it all dogs can ghave problems like people but it helps if u have the knowledge and how well u keep your pet

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  • Anonymous says:

    I am think ing about getting a Cavachon. I live in a condo and I am not allowed to have dogs.
    Do they bark a lot?

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    Anonymous Replied:

    no-very little barking

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  • Jordan says:

    My parents and brother are both allergic to dogs, but I’ve wanted a dog in the house since I was about 5 or 6. I’m now 13 and I want to prove that not only am I responsible enough for a dog but that the dog we have won’t cause them to have a lot of allergy problems. Will a Cavachon cause a lot of allergies?

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    Anonymous Replied:

    They are supposed to be a great breed for anyone with allergies. I have heard many, many testimonials of both adults and children with allergies to dogs that were able to have this breed in their home. It would be best to seek one out and see how it went with your family.

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  • Tilly says:

    We have Tilly since she was 8 weeks old. She is now 8months old and we love her more than we can say.She is a happy healthy fluffy bundle of joy who just loves to be with us constantly. We only have one worry – I don’t think a mouse would survive on the amount Tilly eats She weighs 4.7 kilos and most of that is fur We’re very lucky if she eats one tiny meal a day. Our vet has seen her and said she is not underweight. Does anyone else have this problem. We always had Irish Setters who would eat for England so we’re used to greedy dogs. However much people say she won’t starve We WORRY.We would so appreciate comments and if anyone has a miracle answer to improving her appetite – she is excersised twice a day

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    Anonymous Replied:

    My Cavachon, Buster, eats very little. Some days he only eats a few nuggets and other days he eats almost a cup of food. Don’t worry, your dog will not starve herself. Make sure she always has water. If she is active and happy, she will be fine. By the way, my dog is full grown and only nine pounds.

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    Nancy Replied:

    My Cavachon, Buster, eats very little. Some days he only eats a few nuggets and other days he eats almost a cup of food. Don’t worry, your dog will not starve herself. Make sure she always has water. If she is active and happy, she will be fine. By the way, my dog is full grown and only nine pounds.

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    Anonymous Replied:

    We have the same problem Maisie is small for her age all the other cavachons we see seem so much bigger.She has a small handful of dry food and some wet food mixed, a cat would eat more. She is very livley though could walk all day chases the rabbit etc does all the puppy things so decided thats shes just a titch.

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    Jenny Replied:

    Hi just feed it in the morning and night when u ate having dinner

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  • Jen says:

    How expensive are Cavachons?

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    Mdito Replied:

    Cavachons cost anywhere from $3.00 to $1500. Depending on the breeder. I recommend puppyfinder.com but do your research. I have two Cavachons and payed $350 for one and $750 for the other. It seems to me the puppies with darker colorings are more expensive. The ones with mostly white Coates are the least expensive.

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  • kene says:

    ok so my dad said i can get a dog that small and not to aggressive and doesn’t shed or sheds little to not at all is a cavachon a good breed?? and if so have any ways to persuade him to get me one:)

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    Katie Replied:

    A cavachon would be perfect! Although small they are so loving, affectionate, loyal and friendly – ours makes friends with everyone she meets :) you should try and find the chance to introduce your dad to one, he would fall in love immediately (that’s how my sister convinced our mum to get ours!)

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    Anne Replied:

    My cavachon Danny is a lovely boy but hardly small. He weighs 12 kilos at 7 months and stands about 16 inches high. All research said cavachons were small which was key to my decision, so beware !

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  • Anonymous says:

    hi, how often should i feed our cavachon, she is 7months old,

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    Lori Replied:

    By now you can be feeding her 2x per day. In the morning then at dinner time. Keep her water bowl full all the time.

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  • Barb says:

    My pupils 14 weeks old and is soiling and peeling in the crate at night. We have reduced the size of the crate but it didn’t help. Is he just too young to hold it or should we try something else. We do take him out before bedtime. Help

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    Lori Replied:

    He is probably still a little young to make it through the night without a “potty break.” At around four months old he may be ready to make it 8 hours in his crate at night. Although, it may end up taking a little longer now because he has gotten used to going in his crate, which puppies really do not want to do. Be sure you clean it really well with pet stain cleaner that will neutralize the urine scent and take him out once during the night for a while.

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    Barb Replied:

    Our pup soiled and peed in the crate until he was 4 to 4 1/2 months old. It helped to reduce the size of the crate. Ours came with an insert to reduce the area. When he got old enough, the soiling stopped almost overnight.

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    Anonymous Replied:

    My pup is 13 weeks old and gets quite scared during the night could that be it? we have often come in to find that he has weed on the floor and is whimpering for us. Your pup could be waking up in the middle of the night, getting scared and soil his bed. We have left a little light on near his crate and he hasn’t soiled himself since. Hope this helps!

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  • Barb says:

    My pup is14?weeks. He soils the crate at night even though we have reduced its size. Is he just to young to hold it or should we do something different

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  • -josef says:

    I had always had larger dogs before “Fritze” came into our life – and I’m still amazed at how loving, how nearly human-like the little guy is. He may weigh 18 pounds, but he thinks he’s 6’ tall and rising, case in point:

    We recently moved up to the Sierra’s, near Lake Tahoe. Everything is different here, the outdoors, the altitude, the stunning scenery. The first month or so was a learning experience for all of us, with Fritze gleefully running and jumping and literally tucking in my wife and I into bed every night (he won’t lay down until we’re settled).

    Later in Fall, we started to see a bunch of wildlife. I made a major mistake in leaving our back door open (with the kitchen smells probably wafting out?). All of a sudden, I heard furious, furious barking, like I’d never heard before. Then I heard scampering and an animal sound that was alien to me. While running into the kitchen from the living room, I witnessed Fritze, chasing a baby-teenager? Black Bear! (it was the size of a larger Rottie, probably was 150-200 lbs). When I reached the kitchen, the bear was munching on his food I guess, which made him miffed…then he chased the bear out the door, across the backyard and over the fence. My last view was Fritze barking and running pell-mell after the bear, with the bear’s fast-moving butt burning a memory hole in my mind as it easily climbed the 4’ fence…wow! The fence is out of commission now, btw.

    Fritze is a keeper… He nonchalantly walked back to the house as if nothing had happened and demanded I brush him. That’s it – while I don’t think the inventors of Cavachon’s had ‘big-bad-bear-patrol’ in mind, he certainly paid his way for this family our last Fall afternoon, and we love him to bits.

    Fantastic breed, brave, loving dog. It doesn’t get much better than this.

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    Lori Replied:

    I love that story! Way to go Fritze!

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    Anonymous Replied:

    Our Jedi is great at chasing birds and butterflies. He thinks it’s a game.

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    Anonymous Replied:

    WOW!!

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  • Jess says:

    Forget to say she is like a baby and loves to be cuddled and kissed

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  • Jess says:

    I have a Cavachon Millie who is 9 months now. She is so much fun and really a family pet. She loves to be with us all the time, but she also understands when it is bed time and sleeps in her cage quietly until we wake up. Would highly recommend one of these dogs .

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  • me says:

    they spelled Bichon Frisé wrong. This site said ” For starters, the Cavachon breed is a mix between a Bichon Fris and a Cavalier King Charles.” its spelled WRONG!!!!!

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    Lori Replied:

    Thanks for pointing that out – I missed that in my proofreading!

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    Pedant Replied:

    it’s spelled wrong

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    Anonymous Replied:

    Dear Mr. or Mrs. Grammar Police: you spelled “it’s” wrong.

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  • Anonymous says:

    How long can a cavachon stay alone for..? I have a 5 hour job and I work 3 days a week

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    Lori Replied:

    That would definitely depend on the age :)

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  • daynah says:

    Can u tell me any interesting facts about them i am doing show and tell tomorrow with my dog charlie (who is a cavachon)???

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  • Michaela says:

    Is there any difference if the mom is a cavalier king charles and dad a bichon or vise versa? I have seen some breeders that use a female cavalier and male bichon for breeding and some breeders using female bichon and male cavalier. Thanks!

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    Anonymous Replied:

    It doesnt mater i have one and the dads a bishon frise

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    Lori Replied:

    A couple of things that I have heard are that by having the mom be the Bichon, it helps to produce the no to low shedding quality and also gives the “more desirable” appearance that people are looking for. Puppies usually have more physical characteristics from the mother. Also, the Bichon is more energetic and outgoing than the Cavalier, so the Cavachon with a Bichon mom retains a little more of that characteristic as well.

    I do not know if any of the above is really true, it is just things I have heard and/or read.

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  • claire says:

    My cavachon will be two in june. I have tought him to sit,stay and come to me at home, but when I walk him, if hes off the lead he doesn’t come back to me.Iv tried treats and his lead to come back but hes not interested,he runs around thinking its a game very frustrating. also we have a big garden and he always manages to find a gap through the hedge and escapes, I end up chasing him through the village to try and catch him it is becoming a big problem. any advice on training him to come back to me when hes outside the house.

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    Anonymous Replied:

    my cavachon was like this but be patient. my boy now 2 years 6 months and has devoeloped into a great companion. much better on the lead and can reun freely always returns for a treat or if he is busy playing I just shout out goodbye and walk away – he soon returns. Be patient like Bichons cavachions are slow to mature emotionally. he is still very playful and needs lots of walks but is happy to be left for 5 hours and is calm when I return. not noisy but good house dog. Very clean. travels on bus and train. wears a harness in the car. Eats whatever whenever. totally undemanding. I had and loved Bichons for 20 years and find my cavachon much easier although sometimes miss the bichon sulks and drama.

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    Anonymous Replied:

    Our trainer taught us to use an emergency word that is unique (we use DUDE). To teach it, put a treat in your fist and shake it low to the ground as you say the word loudly and very excitedly. When they come to you and touch their nose to your fist, give them the treat. It took our dogs about 3 minutes to learn this and it works like a charm when we need them to come to us.

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  • Karen H says:

    My Cavachon is my salvation. I’ve had her nearly 2 years and she’s the perfect best friend. I keep her on a strict routine of walks and eating and treats which helps her being so well behaved. If she is on her own for longer than 4 hrs she will eat your face when you get home :-) Sadly she isn’t herself today. Since waking up this morning all she has done is lick droplets of water off my fingers and just slept. If she doesn’t improve by tomorrow it’s a docs appointment for her. Great breed of a dog! Even during sickness she loves you with her licking. Lets hope my little girl recovers soon.

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    Lori Replied:

    Awwww, I hope she is feeling better!

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  • Mal Baker says:

    Collected my 9mnth old cavishon boy and he has fitted into family brilliantly .we decided to name him Ziggy which seems to suit him .we all adore him .

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  • DAWN says:

    ihave a 3month old cavachon girl, she has started dry humping, can you tell me if this is normal. thankyou.

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  • Mary says:

    Recnctly gor a cavachon puppy 14 weeks, but looks more like cavalier tha pictures I have seen of cavachons. She is a lovely disposition and nearly house broken. Is it possible for a cavachon to look more like the cavalier or is she possibly not really a cavachon?

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    VickyHolloway Replied:

    My cavachon looks just like a cava. She even has the Blenheim spot on her head. If you can post a picture I would love to see it. What is her coat like. Bella is getting fluffier everyday.

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  • Katherine says:

    Our 6 month old Cavachon has started not eating hardly anything. She seems happy and still loves to play. Is this common?

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    Anonymous Replied:

    Our Cavachon has always been a rather picky eater. We mix in a little Parmesan or shredded cheese with food when he’s not eating well. This sometimes perks up his appetite.

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    VickyHolloway Replied:

    Bella isn’t keen on eating from a bowl. Make it a challenge like putting it n an empty plastic bottle or kong. I think cavachons are just too smart for their own good sometimes!!!

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    Jordan Replied:

    Yes my cavachon mitzy is the fussiest eater. Shw won,t eat from a bowl at all and her food would be in the bowl for at least to days before she realises she has no choice.She has to be fed by hand and won’t eat any type of dog food.she will onky eat sausuges when cut p and won’t drink water from a bowl.she has stain around her eyes and we cannot get it off.
    Any suggestions to why she is so fussy she ius 1yr and 1month

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    bob cieszynski Replied:

    my male cavashon is going to be three and we found using this stuff called(eyeclens)this seems to work jojo, it takes theeye buggies off his face and as far as the dark spots look at their fur jojo has light brown around his eyes which gives the appearance of dark spots maybe your dog nay have the same don,t know, I am trying to find someone close to us who has a female and would like to mate them. Jo is the smartest dog I ever had.

  • Anonymous says:

    How do these dogs compare to cockatoos, labradoodles? Thx for any info! Looking for our first dog:-)

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    Lori Replied:

    Hmm…..I have no idea on that as once I came across the Cavachon, my research was focused there. Perhaps a breeder or someone at a pet store could answer that for you.

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    Anonymous Replied:

    I thought a cockatoo was a bird, but as for labradoodles, cavachons are considerably smaller. Cavachons are quite friendly, perhaps even a bit more than a labradoodle.

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  • Rick G, Atlanta says:

    My daughter bought a cute black and white Cavachon puppy 5 years ago, with a ‘mask’ and named him Bandit. He was killer cute then, and still is. My wife and I lived with her,until I lost my wife to cancer 2 years ago. Bandit has been my lifesaver companion. He sleeps on my bed, and on my daughter’s when she is not traveling. His disposition is what I wish everyone had: the world would be a wonderful place if that were so.
    No shedding, fun, happy, energetic, well trained, clean, neat,loving …etc/
    Perfect…. I recommend this crossbreed to anyone!
    Do have him groomed regularly, and you must brush him…he is gorgeous.

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    Lori Replied:

    Thank you for sharing your story. I am glad you had Bandit to help to comfort you after your sad loss. Sincere best wishes to you, your daughter, and of course, Bandit!
    Send us a picture and we will add it to Kasey’s Friends page.

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