Fiona’s puppies are 8 weeks old now and some of them will be going home next week! Although I’ve had them for longer than we normally keep puppies, it still seems like it’s gone by too fast! They have been so much fun and I will miss them a lot, but at the same time I understand that at this age they really start to bond, and I want them to bond with their new families instead of us, since it can be harder for them to make the transition as they get older.
I normally take them out separately when I’m getting their pictures, but this time I let them all out together, so I’m including some pics of them playing together at the bottom of this post. Enjoy!
This boy is one of the friendliest, most personable Cavachons I’ve ever seen!
He LOVES people, animals, toys, leaves, sticks … the list could go on and on! If you did’t know him well you might think he was the tough guy of the litter, but he is so soft and is usually the first to get scared or start crying when something happens!
Next is Liddell
He is a lot like Bentley … outgoing, friendly and fun, but a little more independent!
He’s such a frisky little fella, thus the flipped ear … this was most likely snapped right after a big tussle with one of his brothers 🙂
Theodore is next …
He is going home tomorrow and I’ll miss him so much! He is so sweet and gentle, and when the others are eating, playing or exploring outside, he can usually be found snuggling in someone’s arms!
Corrie is last …
She’s such a little bundle of fun and cuteness!
She and Theodore like to stick their tongues out 🙂
Chewing on a little stick
Now for a few random pics of them playing … they love my kitten Yossi, and he likes them a little too, so they spend a lot of time together 🙂
Poor Yossi puts up with so much from them, but I think it’s great for him to be trained to be laid back and easy-going when it comes to puppies!“You ready??” This picture cracks me up – it’s almost looks like he’s looking into a mirror!
Sometimes I have to run interference between these boys … Bentley has a tendency to get a little excited while playing and Theo isn’t very into wrestling, so they aren’t always the best match!
Sophie guarding Fiona and the pups while they had a snack 🙂
At this time, do you have any Cavachon puppies?
Do you have any tri Cavachon or other Cavalier mix puppies or young females now? Have they and their breed lines been checked for heart murmurs, syringomyelia, cancer , and other problems we should know about?
What about any other Cavachon puppies you have now?
We do not currently have any Cavachons available. We do have Beaglier which are crossed with a Cavalier. The parents have been check and are good and all of the puppies are vet examined before they go home. Thanks.
Love the Havenese pups. What is the cost to adopt one ?
These are Cavachons – not Havanese. They’re $1000