We are back!! And Missy delivered (pun intended)!!
What a beautiful litter to bring us back into the world of raising Cavachons. Here’s Missy!
She had eight puppies and all are doing very well! They were born on Mother’s Day, one week ago, May 14, 2023. They will be ready for their new homes starting July 9, 2023.
I don’t know yet who is who for the five sable/white pups, but I can tell you we have: 1 gold F, 2 sable/white F, 1 solid sable F, 1 gold M (not available), 3 sable/white M.
These are F1 (first generation puppies) with a black/tan Cavalier mom and a Bichon dad, Jack. I expect the puppies to range from 15-23 lbs, but it is a bit early yet to guess on their adult weight.
Missy is raising them in the house with us and she is doing a fantastic job.
We are taking names for this litter. This means if you are on our waiting list, and you’re ready for a puppy in July, you need to reach out and ask to be added to the Missy litter list.
If you’re not on the waiting list, you can still have your name added to this litter list, but waiting list families will be prioritized before non-waiting list families. Send us an email if you’d like to be added to the official waiting list and/or Missy’s list.
We are excited to start working with all of you to find a puppy match for your family. Let me know if you have any questions!!
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We post videos, tiny updates, and stories as the puppies grow.
Scarlett (due in June, F1b litter)
Emily (due in July, F1 puppies, all will be blenheim)
Thanks so much for your call Kristy . Those are some cute pups ! The golds do look good sized .🤷♀️
Keep me posted when you have a chance .
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div>Does anyone want the sab
We have five families so far on the Missy list. I don’t know yet if any are specifically interested in the sable girl.
So cute! Do you know when Scarlett’s last litter will be? We got Luna in 2020 from Scarlett. She’s a beautiful dog ❤️. Will you keep Scarlett or do you plan on Rego Ming her? If so, please let us know, she deserves a wonderful retirement from litter bearing