Facts & Origin
Havallon: A versatile mix of Havanese and Papillon
The Havallon (also known as the "Havapillon") is a fascinating mix of the Havanese and the Papillon. This designer dog breed was created through selective crossbreeding to combine the best qualities of both parent breeds. The Havanese originated in Cuba and was a popular companion dog in aristocratic circles. The Papillon, also known as the Continental Toy Spaniel, has its roots in France and Belgium and was a prized companion dog in royal and aristocratic households.
The Havallon is an extremely adaptable dog that does well in a variety of living conditions and environments. Due to its small to medium size, it is suitable for living in both apartments and houses with gardens. The Havallon is usually friendly, affectionate and playful. He enjoys the company of people and is also good with other pets and children. This breed is an excellent choice for families, the elderly or individuals looking for a loyal and affectionate companion.
|Origin||Cuba - France|
|Life expectancy||12 - 15 years|
|Care requirements||high-maintenance - low-maintenance|
|Activity level||low - average|
|FCI group||not recognised|
|AKC group||not recognised|
|KC group||not recognised|
Attitude, character and temperament of the breed
Possible character traits of the Havallon
The Havallon often combines the best character traits of both parent breeds. He is usually friendly, playful, intelligent and outgoing. The Havallon loves to spend time with his owners and is often very affectionate and loyal. He is also known for his high learning ability and can be easily trained. The Havallon often has a well-balanced personality and adapts well to different life situations.
The Havallon is a versatile and lovable companion dog that combines the positive traits of the Havanese and the Papillon. With its charming appearance and friendly nature, it is an asset to any family or individual. Each Havallon is an individual creature with its own preferences and behaviors, so it is important to be attuned to the needs and character traits of the individual dog. With proper care, health care and loving care, the Havallon can be a faithful companion for many happy years.
Care and health maintenance
As with any dog breed, the Havallon can have certain health problems that can be inherited from the parent breeds. Common health problems to watch out for include dental problems, eye problems, and joint problems. Regular veterinary examinations are important to monitor the Havalloon's health and detect potential problems early.
In terms of grooming, the Havallon requires different care depending on the coat type. A long coat requires regular brushing to prevent tangles and keep the coat healthy and shiny. The ears should be checked regularly for cleanliness and cleaned as needed. It is also important to brush the teeth regularly and trim the claws.
What does this mixed breed look like?
The Havallon is a small to medium sized dog with an elegant appearance. The coat is often long, silky, and can be a variety of colors and patterns, including solid, bi-colored, or pied. The ears are typically erect like the Papillon, giving it a charming appearance.
If dogs don't get a good food or sugary food, tartar can quickly appear.
Patellar luxation is the term used to describe a displacement of the kneecap, which is one of the most common causes of lameness in dogs.
A Havapillon usually reaches a size between about 15-30 cm.
Havapillons can appear in a range of different colors, including brown, white, black, apricot and other mixed colors.
Havapillons usually have a soft, densely wavy or curly coat.
Havapillons are optimists and loyal companions. They are intelligent, like to work and are easy to train.
No, Havapillons only require basic hair care such as brushing and regular bathing to keep their coats groomed.