A Guide to Cavachons, the Perfect Family Dog What makes the Cavachon so family-oriented?

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Medium Breed Hip Dysplasia Mitral Valve Insufficiency (MVI) Bichon Frise Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Is This Breed Right for You?

  • 1 Cavachons thrive in both urban and rural settings.
  • 2 They can become destructive as a result of anxiety if left alone for too long.
  • 3 Cavachons can coexist with other animals, so theyโ€™re a good choice for a household with other pets.


Cavachons were first bred in 1996 by cross breeding a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Bichon Frise. The breed has become popular for their family-friendly personality as well as their ability to adapt to different environments.

Quick Facts

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    Small to Medium

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    10-12 Years

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    Hair Length


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    Male Height

    12 inches

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    Male Weight

    10 pounds

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    Female Height

    12 inches

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    Female Weight

    10 pounds

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    Litter Size

    2-6 pups


Cavachons are playful and friendly. They enjoy attention and do not like to be left alone for extended periods of time. They are child and family friendly, as they are not aggressive, and also get along with other animals if they are introduced while they are still puppies. They can adapt to life in either an apartment or a house as they do not require excessive exercise. .


Cavachons can be black, white, tan, or sable.

Health Concerns

Cavachons may face the following health problems:


Cavachons are small to medium sized dogs and grow to be between 10 and 15 inches high and weigh between 10 and 25 lbs. They have a strong, upright stature with a wavy textured coat.

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