What Is A Cavapoochon?
"Cavapoochon" is not a breed recognized by dog registration associations. It is considered a "designer breed" and has been bred for its superior physical and temperamental qualities.
A Cavapoochon is a combination of three breeds. Our dams (female dog) are Cavachons - a cross of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Bichon Frise, both considered quality family pets. The sire (male dog) is a red toy Poodle. The blending of these breeds avoids many of the genetic issues pure breeds have and produces a beautiful house pet with the following desirable traits:
They are the perfect size - between 10-14 pounds.
They are hypoallergenic - good for people with allergies.
They have a thick, luxurious, soft coat.
They are non-shedding / very low shedding.
They are happy, friendly, and good with kids & other pets.
They are intelligent and easy to train.
They are adorable! They keep their puppy traits well into adulthood and have been called "Forever Puppies."
One word is all it takes: family. We are NOT a puppy mill. Ginger and Biscuit are our puppies. They live in our home and sleep with our kids. They are our family pets.
We raise healthy, top-quality puppies that are vet-checked, up to date on all their immunizations and well socialized. They are born and loved in our home and will be ready to be a special part of yours!
We live in the heart of rural Kentucky where the puppies have lots of room and time to play, explore, and grow.
How Does All This Work?
Adoption Deposit and Waiting List
We want to help everyone know the joy and companionship of a beautiful Cavapoochon puppy!
We accept families to our email waiting list which we use to send out our "Pup-date" digital news letter and to keep prospective adoptive families informed about upcoming litters and available puppies. When newborn puppies are around two weeks old, we will send out an email to everyone on our list saying when we will list the puppies. Once the puppies are listed, we will take $500 deposits through Venmo or PayPal on a first-come, first-served basis. Families who put down deposits will then choose their puppy and move to our "adoption list" until the puppies are ready for delivery.
Please contact us to be placed on our waiting list or if you have any questions about this process. We want it to be an exciting and enjoyable time.
Pickup and Delivery
It's time to adopt your new Cavapoochon! Puppies will be weaned and ready for adoption around 8 weeks old. This is a wonderful time for the family as you welcome the puppy into your home!
Before the puppy is picked up or delivered, all adoption fees must be settled. For all payments, we prefer Venmo or cash at delivery but can also do PayPal. We will include with your puppy a small blanket, a training collar, a toy the puppy has learned to love, and a small bag of food.
Because it can be traumatic for the puppy, we will not use shipping companies for delivery. We can, however, make arraignments to meet you or hand-deliver your puppy to you at an airport near your home. (All delivery costs will be the responsibility of the adopting family.)
It is a thrill and great responsibility to adopt a puppy. It may be helpful to consult your veterinarian or a good book to assure the best care possible for your new pet.
Healthy Puppy Guarantee
We want to provide a vibrant and healthy puppy to all our adoptive families and use only quality and healthy dams and sires. In the unlikely event there is an issue with your puppy, we will work hard to remedy the situation under the following stipulations:
Each puppy will be vet-checked and up to date on all immunizations and care before adoption.
Once received by the adopting family, the puppy should be seen by a local vet to assure safe and healthy arrival (within 7 calendar days). The puppy should be under the regular, routine-based care of your local vet.
If, within the first two years of adoption your puppy is found to have a genetic disorder or disease which has been diagnosed by your vet, the puppy should be returned at the owner's expense to Bluegrass Puppies where we will then follow up with our vet.
If the genetic disorder or disease is confirmed the 2nd time, the adopting family will be given a new puppy as soon as it is reasonably possible. No refunds will be given.