Things To Know When Looking For Cavachons For Sale

By Janet Morgan


Getting a new pet can be a very exciting time, but it is not something that should be taken lightly. It is important to make sure that the animal is a good match for one's lifestyle and personality. There are things that should be taken into account when considering purchasing Cavachons for sale.

One mistake that a lot of people make in their excitement over getting a new puppy is picking on based solely on its looks. Although appearance is a big reason most individuals are drawn to a particular breed, its grooming needs, temperament, health concerns, and size are all factors that can affect one's ability to care for the animal properly. For a smoother integration, it helps to know a bit more about their typical qualities.

Designer dogs are the result of breeding two separate types of purebreds to create pups that possess certain characteristics of each parent. They can be a bit more difficult to obtain because the best mixes are typically found in litters of the first generation. One should also be aware that these dogs are not usually permitted to compete in official kennel club shows because they are not pure.

Another thing one should realize when adopting a designer dog is that there are no set standards for these animals. This means that because they come from two separate breeds, there are certain characteristics that tend to be more prominent, however this is not always consistent. This is why first-generation litters are always recommend, because this particular type of mating tends to produce the most desirable results.

In the case of the Cavachon, the parents must be one purebred Bichon Frise and one pure Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Both of these are Toy breeds which means that their pups are going to be small - reaching an average of less than 15 inches high, and weighing under 20 pounds as adults. Their diminutive stature tends to make them an attractive option for people who live in apartments or have limited space.

A Cavachon's coat is normally silky, soft, and slightly wavy, though it is not uncommon for it to turn out curly and thick. Regardless of texture, the fur is categorized as hypoallergenic because after they shed their puppy fur, the dogs rarely shed and have almost no dander. For individuals who do not like dog hair around the house or who suffer allergies, this trait can be quite appealing.

These pups are well known for their loving nature and high levels of energy. They make wonderful companions because they eagerly give and receive affection, though early socialization is a must to achieve controlled behaviors. While they will bark when strangers are present, they should not be used at watchdogs because they make new friends very easily.

Their typical lifespan is between 15 and 20 years, so any potential pet owners should understand that this is a long term commitment. Their health is generally good though one should be aware that the dog may suffer common health issues for small breeds such as heart murmurs. With regular care they should live a long and healthy life.




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