Havanese puppies for sale
Havanese are cheerful little dogs with a spring in their step and a gleam in their big, brown eyes. These dogs are vivacious and extremely friendly. All our Havanese dogs for sale are hand raised in our home and loved by our entire family to ensure a smooth transition into their new forever homes.
Do you think the Havanese could be the right breed for you and your family? Check out our available Havanese puppies for sale below to find your new fur baby!
About The Havanese
Havanese Dogs for Sale | Havanese puppies for sale
The Havanese temperament is that of a friendly, playful, alert and intelligent canine – they have a sweet personality, are seldom quarrelsome and generally wish to please and spend time with their family as much as possible.
Havanese are generally considered to be a healthy breed, though, like all dogs, Havanese are susceptible to a number of health issues. It’s essential that prospective Havanese owners buy from a responsible breeder – one that can prove your puppy has been vaccinated, dewormed and undergone a 30-point checklist to confirm and reconfirm that your new puppy meets the best health standards in the industry.
With Havanese puppies, you should expect to see a veterinary health report (VHR) which requires an examination of a puppy’s ears, eyes, mouth, teeth, gums, respiratory system, cardiovascular system, musculoskeletal system, skin and coat, gastrointestinal system, and external genitalia.
New Havanese owners should also bring their new puppy to their veterinarian within two days after arrival to re-verify the puppy’s health and to learn more about the medical conditions that may affect Havanese puppies, such as Hip Dysplasia, Cataracts, Hypothyroidism and Luxating Patella.
The life expectancy of the Havanese is between 13 and 15 years. The best way to ensure a long, healthy and happy life for your Havanese is to feed it a nutritious diet and provide it with lots of exercise, activity and mental stimulation.
It is remarkably easy to care for a Havanese puppy. This is a dog that was developed as a companion to the Cuban aristocracy – they don’t eat much, they adore attention and their exercise requirements are minimal.
However, Havanese ownership does come with a few challenges, namely house training, grooming, barking and separation anxiety. The best thing you can do to minimize these challenges is to 1.) start training early and 2.) spend as much time as you can with your Havanese.