Breed Info


Friendly & Fun

  • Friendly
  • Ideal for families with children and for the elderly
  • Barky when they hear noises
  • Greets guests and strangers happily


Fluffy & Cute

Coat Type:

  • Fluffy
  • Medium length fur
  • Wavy and dense coat

Coat Colors:

  • Black
  • White
  • Apricot
  • Blenheim (chestnut and white)
  • Tri-Color (black, white and tan)
  • Ruby


  • 15-25lbs
  • 12-13 inches tall


Medium Activity

  • Moderate exercise needed
  • Big yard not required as they do well in small dwellings
  • They love to play
  • Can be snuggly and love naps
  • Love games and stimulating activities

We Recommend:

  • 40 minutes of daily activity
  • Interacive games and chances to socialize with other pups
  • Cross between Bichon Frise and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
  • Unclear about the exact timeframe Cavachons were discovered
  • Gained popularity during the late 1990's and early 2000's.

The History of Bichon Frise:

  • Originated in the Mediterranean
  • Intelligence and charm made them great royal companions
  • Performers in circus shows and street acts
  • Breed introduced to United States in 1956

The History of Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

  • Loved for gentle nature
  • Adored by King Charles II in the late 1600's
  • This pup came to North America in 1952


  • No undercoat
  • Good for those with fur allergies
  • Minimal shedding which can be maintained with regular brushing
  • Prone to skin irritation, we recommend only bathing with necessary with a vet recommended shampoo
  • Check ears weekly for dirt or burrs


  • Easy to train
  • Responds best to positive reinforcement