Havanese puppies for sale



The Havanese is a small breed appreciated for its cute appearance and joyful nature. It has a long and silky hair, strong legs and expressive eyes and it is kind, affectionate and friendly. It is used in agility and competitive obedience.


Active, sensitive, tender, energetic, friendly, devoted, playful, intelligent

Adult Weight 7-13 lbs
Adult Height 9-12 in
Life Expectancy 12-14 yrs
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The Havanese is a luxury purebred puppy originating from the Tenerife Bichon’s breed and was named by Cuba’s capital, quickly becoming a national emblem for the country. The wealthy families favored this dog and quickly made it a spoiled breed. “The silk dog” has a double coat with soft hair both on the outer coat and undercoat. The color of their fur varies between cream, gold, white, silver, blue and black and with any combination of these colors. It has dark inquisitive eyes and, and a long tail covered with it’s long silky fur.

It is recommended to keep the coat clipped short, making it much easier to care for. If you decide to keep your pups hair longer, it would require daily brushing to remove any dead hair since it does not shed on its own. It is important to regularly check and clean the ears and eyes to avoid any infections.

The personality of a Havanese is loving and sportive. It will play with all members of the family, but it is especially good with children. It will get along with the other pets in the home, only sometimes being a little noisey. However, it can be a gentle and attentive companion, that will love to play and please its owner.

 The Havanese has a great intuition and is sensitive to voice tones. Be sure to stand your ground when trying to train a young Havanese because they will be able to sense that they are more stubborn than you and use it to their advantage. The Havanese is a very social and curious breed that loves to observe its surroundings. The trainer will need to use positive methods, and remain calm and keep an air of natural authority. Socialization is needed to ensure that the puppy does not become shy around strangers.

Living in a apartment is easy for this breed because of its size it can still be active while indoors. It will still require daily walks to make sure they stay in shape and remain healthy. The eyes will need to be properly cared for as its lacrimal glands weep a lot and it is prone to infections. This breed is prone to diseases like retinal atrophy, juvenile heritable cataracts, deafness and seizures. With the proper care and combination of diet and exercise this breed can live up to 15 joyful years!