How much should I pay for a Cavachon puppy?

You might come across some breeders selling Cavachon puppies for as low as $700-$800. However, if you want your Cavachon to come from a top breed line, you can expect to pay anything from $2,000 to $6,000 and more.

Why shouldn’t you buy a Cavachon?

However, the Cavachon puppy isn’t immune to all health issues, and he’s especially prone to ear infections due to his inherited floppy ears. He may also suffer from heart murmurs, flea allergies, and issues with his eyes, including dry eye and cataracts.

Does Cavachon bark a lot?

The Cavachon is not a yappy dog. They don’t tend to bark as much as other small dogs. Many people describe them as being quiet. However, they can make excellent watchdogs, as they tend to bark at strangers.

What health problems do Cavachons have?

Some of the common health problems that the Cavachon inherits from the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the Bichon Frise are hip dysplasia, heart murmur, congestive heart failure, ear infections, eye problems, liver problems, and autoimmune diseases.

Which is better Cavachon or Cavapoo?

Cavapoos do better with more active families than the more laid-back Cavachon. The Cavapoo is much more energetic than the Cavachon, and so as a medium energy dog he will need around 30 to 60 minutes of exercise a day, and he will also need mental stimulation throughout his day to stop him from becoming too bored.

Are Cavachons easy to potty train?

As smaller dogs, the Cavachon tends to be harder to potty train. These canines have much smaller bladders than other dogs, which means that they can’t go quite as long between trips to the bathroom. You will need to take these puppies out more often if you want their potty-training experience to be successful.

Do all Cavachons turn white?

The Cavachon is a hybrid dog, created by mixing a Bichon Frise and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Spunky and full of fun, they are small dogs with soft, silky coats which have slight waves. They can be white, apricot, black or tan but most often are white with apricot, black, or tan markings (tricolored).

Are Cavachons hard to potty train?

Do Cavachon dogs shed?

Do Cavachons Shed? Cavachons are typically low to completely non-shed. It is very important that the Bichon Frise has exceptional coat quality, without that part of the equation, Cavachons are sometimes not as reliably non-shed.

How big do Cavachons get?

As a result, each cavachon dog full-grown is unique, but you can generally expect a grown cavachon to be on the small side, with most weighing somewhere between 15 to 35 pounds and standing no taller than 13 inches at the withers.

Where can I buy a cavachon puppy?

At Prairie Hill Puppies we have over 15 years of breeding experience and are committed to providing you Cavachons for sale from parents that have been genetically tested from paw print genetics. Based in Hutchinson, Kansas we are striving to provide happy healthy puppies to all of our customers.

Do cavachon dogs have different grooming styles?

Grooming varies between Cavachon dogs due to having varying coats as a crossbreed. Some Cavachons have a shorter coat with fine hair like the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, and others have a curlier and denser coat like the Bichon Frise.

Are cavachons cold weather dogs?

As with most dog breeds, Cavachons are sensitive to extreme heat or cold. Because of their smaller size, you may also need to bundle them up for outdoor adventures when temperatures drop outside. This designer dog breed can sometimes “win the genetic lottery” and be healthier than their parent breeds.

What is the average size of a cavachon?

The average height of adult Cavachons is 10-13” tall at the shoulders and weigh around 10-20 pounds. Cavachons live an average of 10-15 years. Most Cavachon puppies will have a coat combining several colors. While it is rare for Cavachons to have a solid coat, this does happen sometimes.