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Welcome to the “Colorado Cavachon Rescue” page here at Local Dog Rescues! Thanks for stopping by! If you are a first time visitor, then congratulations on your decision to adopt a dog! Your are about to improve (and potentially save!) the life of one lucky pup, as well as to immeasurable improve your own happiness! Every state page here on Local Dog Rescues contains a complete list of all the local rescue organizations that we have identified in each state. You will be able to see all their current contact information, as well as a link to their website, so you can check and see what dogs they currently have available for adoption. We provide all this information to help you identify ALL the available dogs for rescue near you, so you can find your perfect pup.

If this is your first time adopting a dog, we HIGHLY recommend checking out our awesome resource: The Complete Guide to Adopting the Perfect Dog. It is jam packed with awesome info that will help you on your adoption journey!


If you are considering getting a Cavachon, you'll want to check out the incredible book "The Complete Guide to Cavachons". It's written in an easy-to-understand way but still has the expert knowledge to help any new owner successfully raise their Cavachon from puppy to old-age. It's widely available, so pick up a copy if you see one, or click here to grab one on Amazon.

The Cavachon is a mixed breed, a combination of the Bichon Frise and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. These dogs have a loving temperament, and are very affectionate and friendly. They are ideal for families with small children, and get along well with other pets. Training is very easy, since they want to please their owners. The Cavachon requires a medium amount of exercise in its daily life to stay fit and burn off energy. For homes that don’t want to deal with a lot of dog hair, they can enjoy the fact that these little dogs have a minimal amount of shedding, thus needing little cleanup.

If you can't find the right Cavachon Rescue that you’re searching for in your state, check below the listings for links to other Rescues in nearby states who may have exactly what you are looking for.

We are so grateful that we are able to help you rescue the dog of your dreams. In addition to coming back here, you can also check us out on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest for additional info on rescue groups near you, current posts, and pictures!

I'm sorry, there are no Cavachon rescue organizations that we have located in Colorado.

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We sincerely hope that this site will help you find the perfect dog to rescue near you. However, please keep in mind that while we have the utmost trust in every organization listed here, we cannot personally vouch for any individual group we have listed, or for the experience you will have with a dog you adopt from them. We strongly encourage you to research each organizations independently before deciding the adopt from them, as well as thoroughly preparing yourself, your family, and your home for the arrival of your new dog.

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Cavachon Dogs for Adoption in Colorado, USA, Page 1 (10 per page)

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How We got Started

I want to let those of you who do not know yet, know how we got started back in the Spring of 1998. WOW! How time flies!

At the time, the Co-Founder of Small Paws® Rescue, Susan Sebring, and I, had first applied to join an existing Bichon rescue organization.

We both got a form letter back, telling us that rescue work took more than just a good heart and that at that time we were deemed to have been not suitable for rescue work. (Yes, that's what the letter really said...)

Though we were discouraged at first, we decided if we couldn't go to the mountain... we would move the mountain to us, and thus Small Paws® Rescue was born.

Tammy Preast & David Campbell - Lily & Timbit

There’s no love like Bichon love. Small Paws Rescue has helped us fulfill that love by finding adult or senior Bichons to join our little family….over the years we’ve adopted 6 Bichons with Small Paws help. As young as 3 and as old as 11…our current Bichon kidlets were adopted at ages 6 and 9. They turned 11 and 12 this year. Every day they make our world complete and fill our hearts with joy. Lily and Timbit (and all those before them) have brought laughter and love to every person they meet. Our entire neighborhood knows & adores our Bichons!! Our lovely boy, Timbit, lost a leg to cancer this year, but it hasn’t slowed him down for a minute. Every day with a SP Bichon is truly a gift providing you with a lifetime of happy memories in one little fluffy body. We cannot thank Robin and Small Paws Rescue for sharing these precious souls with all of us lucky enough to welcome them into our lives.

Tammy Preast & David Campbell & Lily & Timbit

I just wanted to inform you I adopted Taylor from you 12-1/2 years ago from a foster mom in Oklahoma when she was 5 years old and her family gave her up because they were moving. I still believe otherwise that they were done with her past her breeding age. So sad for them but she has been the love of my life and she is now 17-1/2 years old and still acts younger than her years. Right now she looks just like the bichon photo on the bottom of this page. Small Paws Rescue is such a blessing for these beautiful fur babies! Thank you for all you do.

Peggy Dercole & Taylor

I started with in Texas in 2001 when my husband died. I needed someone to take care of and discovered SPR. I am 76 and no longer physically able to do as much as I did, but continue to do as much as I can. I have three senior boys that mean the world to me…Jack – 17, Sugar Bear – 14, and Bailey – 9. The words in your letter to Robin are such a wonderful and well deserved tribute to a superb organization. I know of no place else that would look at little Hobbit and see any kind of future for him. I want to give you my appreciation and respect for all that YOU do. It is the Good Lord’s grace and amazing and dedicated volunteers like you that make this all work. Thank you so very much for being there for the precious little fluffs that have been so misused. My prayers and blessings go with you.

Linda Norris & Jack, Sugar Bear, & Bailey
Chris Mummert - Gracie

Two years ago today I got my first dog from Small Paws—Gracie aka Phoebe. Thanks for all you do to help these sweet dogs and give people like me the opportunity to love and care for them. You are appreciated!

Chris Mummert & Gracie
Kathy Sullivan - Colby

Here is my sweet boy Colby who just turned 15 yrs old 9/9. I adopted him 14 yrs ago from small paws and he flew to RI airport to start his new life! He has been the love of my life!

Kathy Sullivan & Colby
Marge Gottesman - Abby

Hi Robin, in a few days it will be 3 years since Small Paws Abby came into my life. She was a "griever puppy" who I adopted shortly after losing my bichon of 16 years. Abby's mother, who said she was part bichon and you believed her, was rescued barefoot and pregnant, along with her male companion by Small Paws. Abby might not be a bichon, but she is a Small Pawser, and the sweetest, most loving, gentle dog I have ever known. Attached is her picture modeling her favorite leopard coat. This is her "Gotcha" Day!

Marge Gottesman & Abby
Sandy Hamel - Kelly

Haven’t sent any pictures in awhile so here are a few and a brief update on my precious girl. She will be 11 this month as best I can guess since she arrived to me at 8 months old in July, 2008. We recently retired from Pet Therapy at Oak Park School for Special Needs Kids. It was my choice after 10 years to retire (not Kelly’s) due to a rotator cuff injury I suffered last year which was preventing me from lifting her so that the kids could hold her. She did win 1st Place in the “Dog Days of Summer” contest at Heron Club, an Assisted Living Facility, where Kelly still does Pet Therapy with the seniors there who just adore her. She always wears a different dress each time we go so she knows that she is “working”.

Sandy Hamel & Kelly
Sara Rhodes - Cruiser

Cruiser came into my life when I needed him. He was a blessing sent from Small Paws. He is smart, funny and so loving ! He is my ❤️.

Sara Rhodes & Cruiser

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Welcome to 
Green Family Kennel

We began our kennel business in 2004 with our six kids. We are a professional breeder of Shelties, Cavachons,  and English Springer Spaniels. 

We live on a farm 30 miles East of the Denver Metro area. Our goal is to raise the highest quality pups. As such, we strive to have our adult dogs tested for the major hereditary problems of the breed. In addition, we have a regular vaccination, worming and pest control program.  All puppies will come with a lifetime chip ID.

The American Kennel Club (AKC) has regularly been inspecting  our kennel since 2008 to ensure that we meet the standard for AKC compliance.  We have passed inspection every time.  Last one was done April 2021. We also meet the rules pertaining to the Pet Animal Care and Facilities ACT administered and enforced by the Colorado Department of Agriculture. 

To answer most of your general questions, click on FAQ from the More pull down on the top right.  For specific breed questions, see individual breeds on our website 

God bless,
Ed & Teresa Green

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  • Visitors who have an assigned puppy can make an appointment
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A Cavachon rescue is a great place to find the next furry member of your family. Run by devoted people, many of whom are volunteers, dog rescues take in abandoned pets, nurse ill dogs back to health, and help socialize dogs such as Cavachons, so they can find new homes with a family who will love them unconditionally.

About Cavachon Dogs

Cavachon dogs are one of the fastest-growing mixed breeds in the United States. A crossbreed of a Bichon Frise and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, the Cavachon makes for a loyal, energetic, and lovable pet.

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Cavachons have a beautifully thick and luxurious coat that doesn't shed much. This makes it a popular dog among people who suffer from allergies. Cavachons are mid-sized dogs, growing to approximately 12 to 16 inches in height and weighing between 10 and 20 pounds.

The Growing Need for Cavachon Rescues

There are two primary reasons why Cavachon dogs enter the shelter and rescue system. These include their value on the puppy mill market and abandonment by pet owners who can't or won't devote the time necessary to properly train and groom their dogs.

Cavachons and Puppy Mills

Cavachons are fast becoming very popular. Unfortunately, that fact hasn't escaped the puppy mill market. Combine that with the fact there currently aren't many certified Cavachon breeders in operation, and the result is a large number of puppy mill dogs being bred to meet the demand.

As more and more puppy mills are shut down due to neglected animals and deplorable conditions, the rescued dogs and puppies they were breeding ultimately end up in the shelter system, where they usually get dispersed to various rescue organizations. Just as there aren't many certified breeders for this dog, similarly, there aren't many Cavachon rescue organizations. Depending on the need, Cavachons can often be found housed in rescues devoted to one of the crossbreed's primary breeds.

Uneducated Owners

Whenever someone is considering adopting or purchasing a dog, it is very important to research all the pros and cons associated with their breed of choice. All dogs come with certain challenges, and Cavachons are no different. While exceptionally smart and relatively fast-learning, Cavachon dogs require their owner's devotion to providing them with consistent training until they learn their boundaries. Since dogs can be stubborn at times, this can sometimes be a lengthy process owners don't want to deal with. The result is a family pet that's turned in to the local shelter.

Adopting From a Cavachon Rescue

If you happen to find a local rescue that has a Cavachon for adoption, always visit the rescue and ask for a number of references. Call every reference and ask about the health of their dog and their experience with the rescue. Because so many Cavachons are rescued from puppy mills, they often need to be nursed back to proper health. It's important that the rescue not adopt out a pet prior to the dog being mentally, physically, and emotionally ready.

Rescue organizations are typically non-profit, which means they operate on what they charge for the adoption. The adoption fee varies among rescues, or even within the same rescue as a dog's age and medical condition can have an impact on costs. Some agencies ask for a donation in lieu of an adoption fee, although the concept is the same.

Where Can I Find a Cavachon Rescue?

The best place to begin your search for Cavachon puppies available for adoption is at your local county shelter or animal welfare association. These organizations work with rescue agencies of all types, so if there's a Cavachon rescue operation near you, they should know about it.

There is also a Facebook group designated for Cavachon owners. If you're interested in hearing from real owners of this gorgeous dog, join the group and begin a discussion to get a better idea of what it's like to own a Cavachon. You can also ask if anybody can recommend a rescue agency. Other sources for finding rescues devoted to Cavachons include:

  • Petfinder - This is the most comprehensive site for finding rescue dogs and shelters of any breed in the United States. You can search by breed and location.
  • Adopt-a-Pet - Similar in scope to Petfinder, you can search for dogs all over the country.
  • Save-a-Rescue -Similar to PetFinder and Adopt-a-Pet. Search for rescue dogs in the United States by location.
  • RSPCA - The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals aids dog lovers in finding rescue dogs of any breed in the UK. You can search by breed and location.

Keep in mind that some of these sites may not have a current listing for an active Cavachon rescue, but check back and listings should begin to show up as demand for this crossbreed increases. As stated earlier, there are currently no rescues that specialize only in Cavachons, but you can look for rescue groups specializing in small dogs, or Bichon Frise and Cavalier rescues that may include Cavachons among their adoptables. When searching on national lists, make sure you search not only for "Cavachon for adoption" but also "Bichon Frise" and "Cavalier," as Cavachons may be listed as a mix of one of these breeds.

How Much Is It to Adopt a Cavachon?

Fees vary by shelter and rescue, especially as many are volunteer-based and must raise funds for dogs that need extra medical care, housing, and more. You can, in general, expect to pay around $100 to $150 for an adult dog with a rescue organization. Many rescues reduce fees for dogs seven or older, as seniors are not adopted as quickly as younger dogs. Puppies, if available, may cost more because they require additional expenses such as standard vaccinations and spaying/neutering.

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