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Cavachon Puppies for Adoption
Today’s winsome little Cavachon is a designer breed with both a Bichon Frise parent as well as a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel parent. Without doubt Cavachon puppies for adoption are charming little fur-balls with sweet tempers and calm personalities. While elite Cavachon breeders work to combine the best of both parent breeds, it’s always exciting to discover exactly what is inside that beautiful silky Cavachon coat as your pup matures into adulthood. Sporting a wavy to curly fur coat, dashing deep set eyes and a solid little build, Cavachons are quick to learn and make new friends.
Because of their toy size, Cavachons are non-threatening with small children and are quick to get along with other household pets. They’ll bond deeply with their humans and they absolutely despise doing life along. Hence, a Cavachon will be quick to join you in whatever you’re up to. Whether it’s cuddling on your lap while watching TV or romping together in the backyard, the Cavachon is always happiest when he is living life alongside friends.
Cavachon pups first made their appearance in the United States during the 1990s. Today little toy Cavachons are quick to adapt to whatever life tosses their way. They’ll be happy to settle in a tiny city apartment or make their home in a safe suburban home. In addition, exercise demands are only moderate. A quick 30 minute session each day should suffice in keeping your Cavachon fit and glowing. Intersperse those daily walks with an occasional romp through the park or game of Fetch in the backyard. And always, keep training fun and positive with lots of praise, rewards, food and playtime.
Why you shouldn’t adopt a Cavachon: Without proper training, Cavachons can develop obnoxious levels of barking as well as unacceptable behaviors.
Why you should adopt a Cavachon: They are sweet-tempered, intelligent and quick to learn. Plus, they’ll make happy partners alongside small children and pets.
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