Cavachon

Cavachon

A Cavachon is an outgoing and sweet dog who makes a great family pet and companion. He has a tolerant and gentle nature, but can also be bold, too. Being highly intelligent, training comes easy. He’s energetic, but also has a laid back side,. A nice perk is that he makes a great watchdog.

  • A great choice for first-time dog owners
  • Do well in apartments and small spaces
  • A hypoallergenic and low-shedding breed

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What is a Cavachon?

Cavachons are designer dogs that are a mix between a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Bichon Frise.

How to pronounce Cavachon?

The word and dog breed, Cavachon, is pronounced kuh·vaa·chn.

How long do Cavachons live?

The Cavachon life expectancy ranges between 10-15 years of age.

Do Cavachons shed?

A Cavachon shedding is low to almost none when it comes to the dog-shedding spectrum.

Is a Cavachon hypoallergenic?

Yes, a Cavachon is considered to be a hypoallergenic dog. This makes them a good breed for those who suffer from allergies.

How big do Cavachons get?

The Cavachon size when it comes to height can range anywhere from 9 to 13 inches.

When is a Cavachon fully grown?

An adult Cavachon ranges somewhere between 10-12 months old.

Is a Cavachon a small or medium dog?

The Cavachon breed is classified as a small dog. However, there’s also the mini Cavachon (nothing over 18 lbs.) and even smaller, you have the toy Cavachon, which is an extra small Cavachon dog.

How much do Cavachons weigh?

The Cavachon weight ranges anywhere from 15 to 35 pounds. Although they’re not the standard, which is typically the medium-sized Cavachon (weighing anywhere from 16 to 18 lbs.), they can also come in three additional sizes. These include extra small (weighing 12 lbs. and under), small (weighing anywhere from 13 to 15 lbs.), and large (weighing over 18 lbs.). This is all contingent upon the size of their parents.

Do Cavachons bark a lot?

Cavachon dogs aren’t big barkers. They’re fairly quiet, but when they do bark, they’ll growl at strangers as a form of protecting their family.

Are Cavachons good family dogs?

Yes, Cavachons are good family dogs who have sweet, friendly, and gentle dispositions. They also make great companions and get along well with other animals, in addition to kids, especially older children.

Are Cavachons aggressive?

No, they’re not known as an aggressive dog, but if you don’t socialize your Cavachon puppy, they can potentially become aggressive. This is usually due to fear.

Are Cavachons smart?

The Cavachon breed is quite an intelligent bunch who’s eager to learn. They’re obedient and pick up commands fairly easily, as well as learning new tricks.

Are Cavachons easy to train?

Yes, a Cavachon dog is easy to train. This is because of their smarts, along with their need to please their owners.

Are Cavachons easy to potty train?

Cavachon dogs aren’t easy to housebreak because of their small size. Smaller dogs are harder to potty train because they have small bladders, which entails them going to the bathroom more often than larger dogs.

How much exercise does a Cavachon need?

Cavachons need about 30 minutes of daily exercise.

Can a Cavachon be left alone?

A Cavachon can’t be left alone for long periods, and that means no longer than 4 to 6 hours.

Are Cavachons good with cats?

Yes, Cavachon dogs are good with cats. This union especially works if a Cavachon is socialized from an early age.

How much to feed a Cavachon puppy?

Cavachon puppies should be eating anywhere from around two to three times a day, and should be consuming around 1/4 to 1/3 cups of food daily.

How long do Cavachons sleep?

An adult Cavachon sleeps anywhere from 14 to 16 hours a day, while a Cavachon puppy needs to sleeps as much as 18 to 20 hours in a day.

When do Cavachons calm down?

Cavachons will start calming down around 2 to 3 years of age.

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