Cavachon

Cavachons are a hybrid of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Bichon Frise.  Combining the best physical and personality characteristics of both breeds, the Cavachon is super cute, very sociable and typically exhibits a mix of activity and contentment. They enjoy other pets and put up with an amazing amount of attention and play from children but then love to curl up on your lap for some cuddle time with their soft fluffy coat. They appreciate keeping you company and prefer being part of the family.  They do not tend to shed much hair as they generally develop a coat similar to that of the Bijon Frise but with the smooth softness of the Cavvie.   

 Cavalier-Coton:  Pippa has a gorgeous litter of 4 little girls!  We are very thrilled with this litter...  The handsome stud to this litter of babies is a Coton de Tulear.  This is a gorgeous tri-coloured hybrid designer breed born Feb. 2, 2019.  They have the best qualities of the Cavalier, engaging and cute and the best of the Coton de Tulear, amiable, vivacious and cheerful and they are super cute to boot!  Pictured below first 3 images #3c,a,b.

Cavachon:  Phoebe is a delightfully happy mamma of 4 adorably sweet little babies born March 22, 2019.  They are a gorgeous pearly white with chestnut markings called Blenhiem.  Ready for adoption around mid May.  We also take reservations.  Please call us and we will help you with reserving your own angelic sweetie!

We are excited for Victoria, our beautiful King Charles Spaniel mamma, who is due early April

Call us and we will reserve a puppy for you with a deposit, we will be happy to assist you with pricing, our reservation policy and adoption procedures.

Puppies Pictured below ~and after the first 6 images~ are photos of our most recent former puppies who have found family and friends to call their own!  Previously we had gorgeous tri-coloured puppies, chic and dressy white and black puppies and the elegant blenheim coloured babies.

Please contact us for more details.                                                    

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