Havachon Breed Information
The Havachons are sweet-natured, sassy, playful, and fun dogs known for their spontaneous bursts of bouncy joy and unconditional love. These pups love to cuddle, entertain, and make friends, and they are very fond of canine sports, games, and chew toys. With a Havachon around, boredom is not on the table. These fun pups exude a positive energy that brings on a desire for adventure. Socializing in dog parks, long walks, games of fetch, flyball, trips to the beach, and short hikes are what they crave and ask of their pet parents. The charming Havachons are a designer breed, a cross between a Havanese and a Bichon Frise.
- The Havachon is also known as Frise Havanese
- Hypoallergenic with a minimal shedding coat, the Havachon is a wonderful companion pet for allergy sufferers
- Sweet, obedient, eager to please, and fast to learn, the Havachons and Havachon puppies are ideal first pets for novice owners
- Always aware of his surroundings, the Havachon makes for an excellent watchdog
- Havachons are non-aggressive, gentle, and highly affectionate. They are great family dogs for families with or without children, singles, and seniors
- Moderately energetic and highly adaptable, the Havachon is quick to adapt to any living situation
- Havachon puppies are very intelligent and easy to train
- Naturally friendly, the Havachons get along great with other dogs and household pets; they love kids and enjoy meeting new people
Like people, the most critical moments in a puppy's life starts in the beginning. It truly takes a special breeder to assist with nourishing and raising an Havachon puppy properly. Only the nation's best Havachon breeders can provide the best quality of life. Here at Premier Pups, we work hand-in-hand with our breeders. Providing a safe, natural, comfortable, and healthy environment for the nursing mother and her baby is essential.
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The Havachons or Frise Havanese dogs are small and cuddly with a happy demeanor and a friendly disposition. Their eyes are round, expressive, and dark, their noses small and black, and their tails fluffy and curled. These lovely dogs inspire affection and always appear in a fabulously good mood. The Havachon is small in stature, has an average height of 9 to 12 inches, and weighs between 10 to 15 pounds. The Havachon sports a soft silky coat that can be wavy or curly in texture and can come in various colors such as white, black, tan, cream, gray, silver, golden, brown, or blue, and various combinations of these colors. The Havachon is a light shedder and a hypoallergenic breed that is a great fit for people suffering from pet-related allergies.
The Havachon is a sweet, sassy, and cheerful diva pooch who loves to entertain and bring on joy and giggles. This excellent dog craves the center of attention where all eyes are on him. He fancies cuddles, doggy belly rubs, praise, and any type of delicious reward. Some of his favorite activities include camping trips, roaming freely on a large (preferably enclosed) field, discovering, and exploring new territories. When it comes to his family, the Havachon is a wonderful family pet. He loves kids and adults in equal measure and is not very fond of being without them. The Havachon dogs are very generous in affection. Their lucky human families have an endless supply of love, cuddles, and joy. Sociable in nature, these dogs make friends wherever they go. They make best friends with other good dogs in dog parks, love to meet and hug strangers, and greatly enjoy play dates with kids.
We couldn’t be happier with our Premier Pup, Bosco!! He is a perfect fit for our family! He’s healthy, happy and we couldn’t love him more :) We’re looking forward to many years of adventures with our Bosco??
Siesta changed to Bella
in Flint, Mi
My family lost our fur baby tragically after having her for 10 years. We were all so hurt and wanted another fur baby badly. We did our research and came across Premier Pups, and fell in love with our new fur baby Renamed Bella Chanel (Siesta) she is a sassy havachon (Havanese mixed with Bichon Frise). She has brought us so much joy! We love her to pieces! ?? She is currently 12 weeks, she is happy and healthy. Our experience with premier was very professional, I would certainly work with them again in the future!
Teddy (formerly Huggie) & Laney (formerly Erin)
in Novi, Michigan
My family has nothing but positive things to say about the people at Premier Pups; we cannot thank them enough. When we picked up Teddy and Laney, they each came with a bag of supplies (food, medicine, and directions); it helped greatly with the transition. The follow-up care was also amazing. They truly care about the well-being of our puppies, even after coming home. All of our questions and concerns were addressed in a timely manner prior to bringing them home. We worked closely with Dan and he made everything within our process as smooth as possible. I would gladly adopt from Premier Pups again in the future and highly recommend them to friends and family. Teddy (Havachon) and Laney (Teddy Bear) are truly little bundles of joy. Our little nuggets already have such a strong bond and connection, acting like brother and sister. They are always found napping and playing together. They are sweet in temperament, but also playful bounding around the house. It is so fun having young puppies in the house again.
The Havachon is a mixed-breed of a purebred Havanese and a purebred Bichon Frise. Both parent breeds are members of the Bichon (or Barbichon) family and highly popular companion pets and lapdogs. The Havachon date of origin is yet undetermined although it is believed they may have originated during the 2000s in the United States. The Havachons have seen an increase in popularity in the past 10 years and merit their fame to their sweet temperaments, merry disposition, and cuddly looks. As a fairly new breed, the Havachon lacks a documented history. To learn more about this breed, we can take a look at the history of the Havanese and Bichon Frise parent breeds.
The Havanese, also known as Cuba’s National Dog and the Havana Silk Dog, is a member of the Barbichon family and a well-loved breed worldwide. The Havanese pups arrived in Cuba with Spanish colonists and soon sailed across Europe with their trading companions. With their cute appearance and joyful attitude, these wonderful dogs have traveled from one royal lap to another for many centuries. They have been adoringly represented in art and literature, and have never ceased to amaze with their generous affection.
The Bichon Frise, also known as Bichon a Poil Frise, is also a member of the Barbichon family and a greatly admired family dog. Originally from the Canary Islands, the Bichon Frise has made an everlasting impression with the renowned painter Ramon Gaya, King Henry III, and Queen Victoria. These precious pooches have been admired through history as excellent performers with the traveling circus, loving companion pets, sweet therapy dogs, and luxurious pets for high society families. The Bichon Frise is famously known today as a gorgeous cinematic star and a most wonderful show dog and family companion pet.
The Havachon is recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club and the Designer Dog Kennel Club and is among the most popular mixed-breeds of 2021.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Havachon? A Havachon is a designer cross breed between a Havanese and a Bichon Frise.
How tall is the Havachon? The average height a Havachn is between 9 to 12 inches at the shoulder.
How much does the Havachon weigh? On average the Havachon weighs between 10 to 15 lbs.
What is the temperament of a Havachon? This breed is very sweet and affectionate with a lot of energy for such a small dog. They also have a stubborn streak that can become problematic if not corrected at an early age through training and socialization. Most importantly these little ones just love being part of a family.
How much exercise will my Havachon require? It is important to take your puppy on a daily walk. 20-30 minutes will be plenty. They will also need active play throughout the day to keep them busy. It is best to have safe toys available for them to play with and chew.
How much grooming does the Havachon require? You’ll need to brush your pup at a minimum of a couple of times per week to prevent mattes and tangles. You will also want to get your Havachon on a regular schedule with a professional groomer to keep their coat and nails trimmed.
Is the Havachon known by other names? Yes, they are also referred to as a Frise Havanese and Bichon Havanese.
What type of coat does the Havachon have? Their coats are often short with a silky texture. Most Havachon’s have a curly or wavy coat.
What colors do the Havachon’s come in? The Havachon can be born with a white, black, silver, blue, brown, golden, tan, salt & pepper, cream or gray coat.
What is the lifespan of the Havachon? The average life expectancy is between 12 to 15 years.
Is the Havachon hypoallergenic? This breed is categorized as hypoallergenic, though it is important to recognize no dog is 100% hypoallergenic. This breed has minimal to no shedding, which makes them an excellent choice for those who suffer from pet allergies.
What is an F1 and an F2 Havachon? An F1 is a crossing of a pure breed Havanese with a Pure breed Bichon Frise. An F2 is a cross breed of a two Havachons.
Is the Havachon difficult to train? This breed is curious, which makes them quick learners. They are very intelligent and eager to please. With consistency and positive reinforcement your little one will be obeying commands in no time.
Is the Havachon recognized by the AKC? The American Kennel Club does not recognize mixed breeds. However, both parent breed are recognized by the AKC.
What clubs and organizations recognize the Havachon? Havachon’s are recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club, the Designer Breed Registry, the Designer Dogs Kennel Club, the Dog Registry of America, Inc. and the International Designer Canine Registry.