Scarlett Litter List

Hey Everyone,

I wanted to post the litter list for Scarlett’s litter. There are 8 puppies, 3 girls and 5 boys. I’ll post updated photos and video this coming weekend. They are currently 3.5 weeks old.

Please fill in this form if you are on the waiting list and would like to be considered for this litter. They will be ready to go home November 11-17. Like the last litter, we are not able to do accelerated puppy training during the school year. Please only consider this litter if you are able to travel here between November 11-17.

Also, this is an F1b litter. The mother, Scarlett, is a Cavachon bred back to a Bichon Frise. the puppies are technically 3/4 Bichon and 1/4 Cavalier. Some do have a tighter curl and some colors are more muted.

The waiting list has been updated with all of the recent deposits that we have received.

This is an older photo, but you can see their colors. The solid sable, one white, and the sable/white with the spot on her head are the female puppies. More pictures soon.

Here is the litter link.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdUt0dj6dVmBRGz31MfcA9IiTGYhgeX9k2GXknESy5E7EzFDw/viewform

Scarlett Pups Progress Report

Hi Everyone,

I trust you had a merry Christmas. Ours was simple, small, and cozy, and now today I’m back to talking to people about puppies.

We still have 3 puppies from the Scarlett litter that are available and you don’t have to be on the waiting list. They will see the vet this next Monday and will be ready to go home on Tuesday and later.

Here is another look!

Smallest sable/white girl is still available. She is spunky and fun!

This curly golden boy is ready to play!!

This solid sable boy is rich in color and is the largest pup in the litter. He is fun and playful too!

The golden girl is pending right at this moment and the other four pups were matched to their families on our Scarlett Puppy Matching day.

Please send us an email if you’re ready for a new Cavachon puppy. This is such an amazing breed in temperament, personality, non-shedding, and mostly non-barking qualities (I can’t say non-barking because all dogs do bark!).

I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and stay tuned for info about Roxy’s litter.

I’m also planning to contact every person on my waiting list to see what your status is for a new puppy in 2020. There will be some upcoming changes on how I manage the waiting list, pricing, and we will continue with our new method for puppy selection.

Happy New Year to all!

Kristy🐶😊