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110 Responses to “Kasey’s Friends”

  • Regena says:

    Does anyone know of a cavachon breeder in the Indianapolis, Indiana area. I lost my first doggie, SaSha in October. She was a shitzu that I loved with all my. I will always miss her but I miss having that type of unconditional love.

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  • Abby says:

    Does anybody know of any breeders in the Midwest region? We have emailed several breeders and have had very bad experience. Some didn’t even email back for several days! I’m at wits end trying to find a breeder! Please help!

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  • Lauren says:

    + I am a bit scared of getting a puppy because my auntie has a puppy and I have been looking after it but the puppy always bites do cavachons have bad temperes ? (My Aunties puppy is a border terrier)

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    Martha Replied:

    All puppies bite while they are teething….and those teeth are needle-sharp! Chew toys and training help, but the real answer is when they get all their adult teeth fully in. I read different ages for this, 6 months to a year, but my Cav is 4.5 months old, has lost approximately 6 baby teeth so far, and LOVES chew toys. Puppies take patience, but they’re so much fun…this biting is no way indicating adult disposition!

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  • Lauren says:

    Hi I’m getting a puppy and hoping to get a cavachon do they shed ? Are they well behaved as puppies ? And I am living in Malaysia will it be to hot for her? Are they able to train ? And last of all am I able to put a hybrid dog in shows ? Thanks lauren xx

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  • Abby says:

    Does anybody know any good breeders in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, or Michigan? This will be our first puppy and we want to make sure we have the right dog from the right breeder.
    Thanks a lot!

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    KAREN Replied:

    AFTER A LOT OF RESEARCH, WE GOT OUR PUPPY FROM BRIARTHORN DESIGNER PUPPIES. THEY ARE NOT A PUPPY MILL I CALLED THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU AND CHECKED ON THE GOVERNMENT AGENCY THAT REGULATES LICENSED BREEDERS. THEY ARE A LOVELY FAMILY WHO RAISE THEIR PUPPIES IN A LOVING AND CARING ENVIRONMENT. WE ADOPTED FINLEY IN APRIL AND BROUGHT HIM HOME IN MAY. HE IS THE SMARTEST, SWEETEST BOY AND THE MOST EASILY TRAINED PUPPY EVER. MARK AND KIM BEGIN THE POTTY AND CRATE TRAINING IN THEIR HOME. THEY ARE LOCATED IN KENT OHIO, WE ARE IN NEW JERSEY AND HAD OUR PUPPY FLOWN IN. I WAS A WRECK–THE PUPPY WELL HE ACTED LIKE HE DID THIS ALL THE TIME. MARK AND KIM ARE ALWAYS AVAILABLE FOR QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS. I WOULDN’T GO ANYWHERE ELSE FOR A CAVACHON.
    HOPE THIS HELPS! AND GOOD LUCK!

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  • Abby says:

    Has anyone purchased a dog of any type from Briarthorn Designer Puppies in Akron, Ohio? This is going to be our first dog and we are exploring our options (As we are from Michigan).

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  • ??????????? says:

    look i have some one who has a cat which dog do you think will work the best???
    thank

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    Lauren Replied:

    Either a bishon frise because I have heard they are very gentil and are very good with other pets

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    Abby Replied:

    A Havanese is also a great option! They are very sweet and love to play. Havanese are good with other animals such as cats, bunnies, and other dogs. We have a big fish tank and a lizard. He seems to be fine with both! I hope this was helpful, and good luck!

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  • Barbara Mason says:

    Hi: I have fallen in love with two cavachons that have adopted two of my friends. Please let me know when you will have some puppies available. I would like a male. We are in Waynesville,NC.

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  • Marty says:

    Does anyone know of a cavapoochon breeder in the DE , northern MD or southern PA area?

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  • Lynn says:

    Hi
    My cavachon is a huge chewer. I would like to fill her kong toy with something besides the kong spray bottle. Any suggestions? I am concerned about stomach problems so I want something safe and natural.

    Thanks
    A

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    Lauren Replied:

    With my aunties puppy I have been using carrotes she seems very exited with them and also helps with teething ;) it’s also a very healthy snack

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  • Jen Brooks says:

    I also have a cavachon frm century farms. He is 8months old now and doing so great!! Great experience with century farms highly recommend them.

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  • Becky says:

    Do you have a puppy available? Where are you located, and how much? Thanks

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  • Yana says:

    Hi everyone! I haven’t gotten my puppy yet because he was just born a few weeks ago & I had to give him some time to be ready to leave his family. My cavachon is a boy & his name is louie, he’s my first puppy baby ever & I was just wondering if anyone had any advice or helpful tips! All would be greatlyy appreciated!:)

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  • Susan says:

    Been looking for a cava poo chon. Seems to only be one breeder in the country. Any one, know of any others?
    Our alternative is a cava poo or cava chon… When I read about names on the web site I then found a rather disconcerting review of Century Farms. Does any one else know of a problem with this breeder or how they compare to Burrow Kountry Kennels? I once got a pup from a mill, unwittingly. He was the most vicious biting puppy. I finally found out about this place, and was able to return the puppy, but it was a terribly challenging experience.
    Would really appreciate help from anyone that can steer us in the right direction. Thanks so much.

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    michelle Replied:

    I just bought a cavashon from century farms. I went there in person and it was a pleasant experience! My puppy is adorable, loving and is going potty outside already and we got her just a few days ago!

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    Mindy Replied:

    We got our little guy from Century Farms and are very happy. I picked him up and saw both the mother and father. I would buy from them again in a heartbeat! Rex from Century Farms is the one that suggested litter box training. You must use dog litter. Charlie uses the litter box or goes outside. Of course he is the smartest cavachon!

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  • Allyson says:

    I would like to get a cavachon puppy. I live in northern CT. I would prefer to use a local breeder if I can. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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  • Nicole says:

    I love my cavachon! He is so sweet! He loves to cuddle up on the couch with us and just be as close to you as possible. He does shed a little but nothing major. I just love him.
    His name is Comet. He’s 17 months old and about 10 lbs.

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  • Matthew says:

    Hey all! I have a four month old male Cavachon. Best dog ever. Looking to breed him in the coming months. I’m in the northern part of CT. Anyone in the area interested?

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    lois Replied:

    Hi Matthew – You do know that you do not get the same qualities from breeding a cavachon to a cavachon. You must breed a cavalier to a bichon to get the non shed and the look of the cavachon. For some reason you lose some of those qualities breeding cavachon to cavachon. If you do a little research you can find out al kinds of info on the internet.

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  • Bailey Mom says:

    Hi Jennifer,
    Thank you for this post. Our Cavachon Bailey passed away on May 24th 2013 due to heart failure and we are lost without her.

    We are on the lookout another Cavachon and I sent a email to Hambone Acres. We are planning a visit in the next few weeks and hope to have our new Cavachon soon.

    Thanks again for listing the informaiton here.

    Pam

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    Lori Replied:

    Dear Pam and Family,
    So sorry for the loss of Bailey :(

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    Jennifer Replied:

    Pam – so glad you emailed me! I can’t wait for you to come and meet the pups. All are so sweet and special.
    Thanks,
    Jennifer

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