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.   

 Valancy is delighted and happy with her 2 sweet little girls born Sept 2, 2019.  A pale beautiful apricot and white, these 2 little girls are an elegant designer breed.  Ready for adoption early November.  We love the social life - do drop in to say 'Hi' and fall in love with us!  Pictured below the first 2 images.

Our beautiful Charlotte, a King Charles Spaniel, had 2 very adorable little boys born Sept 5, 2019.  Both boys are dressed in classy white and black.  They will be ready for adoption early November.  Drop in as we love visitors!  Pictured below:  images 3 and 4 of the 2 little boys in gorgeous whtie and black.

Mamma to our youngest litter born Oct 8, 2019 is our beautiful Valentine.  She is a gorgeous white and black with a gentle demeanor.  She is delightfully happy with her 3 little boys.  The stud is a friendly and genteel Bichon Frise.  The little boys are pictured below images 5 and 6, the very 'young lads' in white and black.

Puppies Pictured below ~After the first 6 images~ are photos of our most recent former puppies who have found family and friends to call their own!   ~3 images #3c; #3a; #3b (after the first 9 images) are SOLD but they were our very special Cavaton litter *Cavalier King Charles Spaniel crossed with a Coton de Tulear* They are small with a big heart!

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