A hybrid combination of the lovable Bichon Frise and the gentle Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, the Cavachon is an increasingly popular designer dog breed. Known for their people-loving nature and sweet temperament, these gorgeous little dogs have plenty of affection to offer and can make a wonderful pet for the right type of owner.
They're easy to train and easy to get on with, but, just like any other dog, they need plenty of regular care to stay happy and healthy. Cavachons need regular exercise, training sessions to challenge their brains, and the chance to spend a whole lot of time with their family.
The good news is that there are plenty of simple activities which allow them to do exactly that.
If you're looking for a good excuse to get outside and have some fun with your pooch, why not take your furry friend along to watch a parade? With the sun shining and plenty of interesting sights and sounds to enjoy, it's an activity your Cavachon should love — and one that will keep you entertained as well.
From mental stimulation to physical exercise, heading out to watch a parade provides a host of benefits for your pooch. Even better, they'll be thrilled with the opportunity to spend some time with you, and they might even make some new two- and four-legged friends throughout the day.
For most dog lovers, a family camping trip without your furriest family member isn't much of a vacation at all. Leaving your dog behind is sometimes unavoidable, but not always — especially if you're going camping.
There are tens of thousands of pet-friendly campgrounds right across the United States, many of them in stunning locations with plenty to see and do. Your Cavachon will love being included on your next family camping getaway, as it provides the paw-fect opportunity for them to explore the grrr-eat outdoors and spend even more time than usual with their people.
Happily, you can plan the ideal doggy camping trip in three simple steps.
Regular training sessions will help give your Cavachon much-needed mental stimulation. Not only will this keep their clever mind as sharp as possible, it'll also prevent them becoming bored and looking for destructive ways to alleviate that boredom.
While you can focus on essential obedience commands in some training sessions, you may soon be looking to teach your dog something a little more advanced. There are plenty of impressive tricks you might want to teach your pet, but this particular trick is one that also has a big advantage for you.
When you're lazing on the couch and just can't find the energy to get up and find your slippers, you can train your dog to bring them to you.