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Cavachon - Information on Dog Breed, Puppies, Nature, Temperament and Rescue


Dogs are considered to be man’s best friends and with good cause.



While our relationship in the past has often been exploitative because of the protective nature of dogs, today dogs are popular simply for their companionship value. For this reason, today smaller dogs are even more popular than bigger dogs, probably because of their charm and cute appearances.  Cavachon dogs are one such breed and they measure from 12 to 16 inches in height among the males and the same for females. The weight for both male and female Cavachon dogs will range from 10 lbs to about 20 lbs. The Cavachon is a cross breed between the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the Bichon Frise.



A lot of people find the Cavachon attractive largely due to the expressive eyes the dog has. These Cavachon dogs are energetic, lovable and highly intelligent. They make great companions for little children and are suitable as house pets.  They also like to play and interact with other pets and animals that could be around one’s house.

Cavachon Puppies, Temperament and Rescue


Cavachon dogs have a lovely silky coat which ranges in colors from white and sable to black and white, to a red and white.



Sometimes they may even be a combination of all the three. The Cavachon dog’s coat is found to be non allergic and they barely shed at all. This makes them ideal for most people, who would otherwise avoid keeping pets. The Cavachon temperament is endearing because of their lively and energetic nature. These dogs are well built, robust and very energetic. These dogs are not aggressive or violent but they will intimate their owners if there is any trouble brewing or if they sense danger of some kind. If you don’t have much time to devote to your dog, then the Cavachon dog may not be the ideal choice. It thrives in company and needs a lot of attention.

One can get Cavachon information on Cavachon rescue shelters and groups on various websites on the internet. It would be best to get Cavachon puppies as they are easiest to train when young. Cavachon dogs and Cavachon puppies are most comfortable in an indoor environment and hence are mostly suited to apartment life. They love interacting with people, which makes them great as family dogs. If you do get yourself Cavachon pups or dogs you need to make it a point to take them to a vet to get thorough medical checkups regularly. Try to brush the coat regularly and occasionally get them professionally groomed. Some of the common problems that the Cavachon dog breed may suffer from include skin problems, heart disease and also ear infections.
 
  Submitted on October 7, 2011