The Havanese or Bichon Havanais is a member of the Bichon family bred primarily as a family companion. He is a happy, outgoing, and affectionate little dog who is intelligent and easy to train.
Although classified as a Toy breed, the Havanese is a robust, very athletic dog who loves to swim and enjoys many dog sports, such as agility.
The Havanese has a long, soft, silky, non-shedding coat that comes in several different colours.
For more information about the Havanese breed, see the Breed Info section.
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Baltimore, Ontario, K0K 1C0
Sonrisas Reg'd, Rita Thomas Health is our priority. We stand behind, and fully guarantee each of our home raised, well socialized, thoroughly health checked puppies.
Breeder of the top Havanese for five consecutive years and #1 All Breeds Havanese Sonrisas Tiny Thomas; Breeder member of the Havanese Fanciers of Canada, HOLA, and Havanese Club of America.
Visit us at www.sonrisashavanese.ca for further information.
Boischatel (Québec) G0A 1H0
Puppies Available in the Spring of 2017, Reservations Recommended.
Domlina Havanese, breeders of show and companion puppies. Both parents are CKC champions and are certified for patallas and eyes.
Our puppies leave with: a written health guarantee of 2 years, they are vet inspected, dewormed and they have their first set of vaccinations. They are also microchipped for identification, are registered with the Canadian Kennel Club and are sold under a non-breeding agreement.
Our puppies are home-raised, well socialized and spoiled to death.
Breeder member of the Havanese Fanciers of Canada.
For further details, please visit our website: www.havanese.domlina.com
194 Cornwall Road
Cornwall, Prince Edward Island COA 1HO
Tel: (902) 894-8969
We are a small one breed kennel. Our adults are our pets first living in our homes with us. Puppies are raised in our family room where they are well socialized and given lots of love and cuddling.
Puppies are CKC registered, microchipped, first needles, de-wormed, Vet exam. Adults are Vet checked regularily, have been Cerf Checked and all necessary health clearances. Adults come from excellent bloodlines.
Puppies available occasionally. Please see www.hummingbirdkennel.com for more information.
Saint John, New Brunswick
Quality, Family Raised CKC Registered Havanese
Our small, yet selective breeding program is dedicated to producing beautiful, well socialized Havanese, where health, temperament and maintaining proper breed standard is a top priority.
Occasionally we will have puppies available to approved homes. All breedings are carefully planned and puppies are lovingly raised in our home.
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