26 Cute Cavachon Haircut Ideas – All The Different Types and Styles

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Anyone who has ever owned a Cavachon will tell you that they are adorable, cuddly, and loveable dogs. While their great personalities are all well and good, it’s the fur that really makes them stand out.

You see, Cavachons have a coat of hair that is incredibly soft to be able to touch. It is also very fine so if you were to run your hand through it or play with their ears you are almost guaranteed to get covered in fuzz afterward.

All this hair does take up quite a bit of maintenance, especially if you want to keep their cuts looking fresh. So, in order to make your life easier, we have put together this list of the 26 cutest haircuts for Cavachons.

Cute Cavachon Haircut Ideas – Different Types and Styles

Now that you already know what you should consider before picking the best haircut for your pup, let’s jump into this list of different styles. We’ve included a list of common hairstyles, a few avant-garde options, and some before-and-after pics to show you how dramatic the difference can be.

Puppy Cut

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Puppy cuts aren’t just for Cavachons with baby puppy hair, this cut can work for pups of all ages! Named after the way it resembles how puppies have fur of even length throughout their little bodies, this cut is really simple but still has a devastatingly cute factor to it. One of the best things about this style is that it’s easy to maintain and keep clean so you can use it pretty much all year round!

Though this cut can be easily achieved by just letting your pup’s hair grow out and cutting it down to an even length, it can also be achieved with clippers. This is one cut you don’t need professional groomers to be able to do for you! You can save a ton of money by clipping it yourself, and still have your pup looking like the most precious thing ever created.

Don’t believe us? Check out these cute pics of Cavachons with the Puppy Cut!

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Lamb Cut

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Some people consider the lamb cut to be the same as the puppy cut, but they’re actually different. The pup cut involves fur of even length all over the body, while the lamb cut leaves hair on the legs and the topknot a little longer. Think of it as a “puppy cut with extra fluff” if you will.

Dogs with woolen hair or curly hair often sport this cut, and most of these types will look shaggy if their fur is allowed to grow out. We recommend scheduling grooming sessions every 6-10 weeks to keep the lamb cut looking its best, whether it’s with your own grooming kit or with a professional. This way, your pup will always be the perfect mix between cute and stylish!

Summer Cut

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If you’re looking for something low-maintenance in the grooming department, the summer cut is a lightweight option. All you need to do is make sure your pup’s hair gets trimmed in time for the warmer months, and that’s it! This style works well for pups who have short or medium-length coats, and will be perfect all year round – provided there aren’t any cold snaps when winter comes around.

The best part of this style is that you’ll no longer have to deal with tangled hair. All those knots and burrs will be a thing of the past, allowing you to save time on brushing as well as paying visits to the groomer. It’s also less expensive than other styles, so it’s worth considering if your budget is decidedly thin.

Teddy Bear

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The shape of your pup’s ear hair matters a lot for this type of cut! A teddy bear cut involves leaving the fur around your pup’s ears somewhat longer than the rest of the body, which will make them look like little teddy bears!

This type of cut is perfect for dogs with silky hairs, especially if they have a fluffier coat like the Cavachon. It does require some grooming skills on your part, as sculpting your pup’s fur requires the perfect mix of blade and comb to get it just right.

Because the teddy bear cut leaves different lengths of hair all over your pup’s body, you should expect to give your pup a hair trim every 4-6 weeks. That way, you can keep the lines clean and sharp without any stragglers ruining the look!

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Poodle Cut

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This right here is a cut you should absolutely seek professional groomer advice for. The poodle cut is a high-maintenance style that requires a higher level of precision and attention to detail, so if you don’t want to invest in one grooming tool after another, you can safely skip this one.

With the poodle cut, you’ll be trimming your pup’s fur to look like a miniature version of this classic canine. It means creating a triangle shape all over your pup’s body, as well as accentuating all those adorable facial features by leaving their eyes, snout, and tail untouched.

The poodle cut isn’t just about appearances either – it’s also known to be a better choice for dogs with some medical conditions. If your pup is going through a lot of shedding or skin irritation, you’ll want to consider this cut if the allergies are only bothering them around their extremities.

If you’re willing to spend money on a haircut for your Cavachon every couple weeks, this one is definitely worth trying out. Not only will you be able to flaunt your pup’s adorable looks, but there are also some health benefits to take into account as well.


Clean Cavachon Cut
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This is a cut that’s famous for being oh-so-clean and tidy. It’s a good choice for medium to long-haired Cavachons, not just because of the ease in grooming but also because it looks pretty great as well! True to its name, the clean cut makes all those hairs smooth and uniform, so you won’t have to worry about dealing with knots and tangles.

If you’re going for this type of cut, your pup’s hair will be trimmed up to their skin, resulting in a much neater appearance than the standard long-haired cut. All that fur around your Cavachon’s ears will be trimmed short as well, so you won’t have to worry about them getting tangled in its locks.

Some Cavachon owners like to leave a little more hair on the face and topknot, as well as a few longer strands on the back of their heads. That’s totally fine, but you want to avoid having any major differences in length across your pup’s body if possible!

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Before and After

We know – you needed no convincing. But just in case you needed that extra push to take the plunge and give your Cavachon the best haircut they’ve ever had, we’ve got you covered. These before-and-after pics will show you just how remarkable these cuts are!

Winter to Summer

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The same way we all relish the sensation of cropped hair in the summer, your pup will be over the moon with hair that’s short and cute in the summertime. This is a hair trim you can give your pooch yourself at home, and the best part is, you can easily do it yourself with a pair of clippers! 

Your Cavachon won’t have to wait long before they can enjoy playing outside without feeling too hot – just picture them splashing through puddles and frolicking in the grass without a care in the world. What more could you ask for?

Short Back and Sides

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We think this pup looks freaking adorable either way, but compared to the shaggy cut he used to have, this looks a lot neater and snazzier! This is the perfect cut for medium-haired pups, because it helps you avoid any unnecessary brushing or messiness when your pup’s hair gets longer.

There are two great things about this look – not only does it accentuate your pup’s facial features beautifully, but they’ll also be able to go swimming with their brand new haircut!

Baby’s First Haircut

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We bet this little one’s first haircut was a positive experience – just look at that smile! This adorable Cavachon is sporting a puppy cut that’s simple yet cute, which is exactly what you want. Puppies have a new coat of fur every so often, so there’s no need for a heavy-duty haircut.

A baby cut is a perfect choice if you want to avoid giving your pup something that will get in their eyes or require too much maintenance. Just give them a snip here and there, and they’ll look like one of the most adorable pups in the park!

Sheared Sheep

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Okay, we’re not being literal, but we promise every pup looks like a little lamb when they get their fur shorn like this! This is a great choice if you’re looking for something cute and functional. With the right products, your pooch will look fluffy and beautiful all year round.

The best part? Although we call it a “sheared” cut, this puppy doesn’t look like it was sheared. It looks fluffy and beautiful, but not any different than its usual self – this is why we love haircuts for pups!

All Smiles

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This is the kind of smile you can’t help but return – it’s impossible to look at this pup and feel sad. This Cavachon has a cute little face, so why not make it more noticeable? You want your pooch looking their best all the time, and haircuts are the perfect way to do that.

This is a very simple haircut, and we think it’s adorable. It shows off the little guy’s facial features really nicely, and they’ll look even more handsome when he catches someone staring at him! And did anyone else spot the wispy strands of hair on top of his head? What a great way to inject a little uniqueness and personality into his overall look!

Elegant Black-and-White

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This little guy has an elegant coat that deserves to be admired. This is the perfect cut for pups with hair like this Cavachon’s – it shows off their unique beauty without giving them something complex and bulky to deal with. The way its multicolored fur has been left longer on the ears gives this pup a real sense of character, too!

One unexpected perk of choosing a simple, low-maintenance cut like this is that it can help your pup stay cool. While we don’t recommend leaving your Cavachon in the sun for hours, you might find that this cute little guy feels more comfortable during hot days than before his hair was cut short.

Big Wide Eyes

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Boy oh boy! This big-eyed cutie is one for the record books. Not only does this pup look like it’s an old pro at getting haircuts (its owner clearly knows what they’re doing!), but its long fur has been left longer in all the right places! By giving the mustache and topknot some extra length, the pup’s features look even more defined and adorable.

This is another great cut if you want your pooch to stay cool throughout the summer. The fur on this little guy’s face and the head have been left at a moderate length, so it’ll never get in his eyes or bother him while he plays. Meanwhile, the hair on his body has been clipped down to just a few millimeters, which adds to the low-maintenance appeal of this look! 

Spruced Up

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What a boss! The hair on this pooch’s face has been trimmed to perfection, giving him a stylish new look that’s still low-key enough for any occasion. The fur on this little guy’s chest has also been kept at an appealing length, while his limbs have been given the “final touch” with full clipper haircuts.

The mid-length fur on this pup’s face is perfect if you don’t want to make any dramatic changes – you can still give your pooch a short-to-long cut with this technique, but it won’t look too different from how it looks now. Just give the fur on its face some extra length and style it however you like!

Choosing The Right Haircut For Your Cavachon

Before diving into this list, there are a few things to consider to make sure you pick the right fit for your particular pup.

How active is your Cavachon?


If your Cavachon is super high energy and always running around like crazy, then you want to look for hair cuts that work best with that lifestyle. Does your dog like running through the mud? Consider a shaggy haircut with a shorter length to make it easier for them to get through muck. Is your pup a couch potato? Feel free to pick a style with more length to it as they won’t be getting as much wear and tear.

How much time do you have to keep up with the maintenance of your dog’s hair?

Since this breed does require a lot of upkeep when it comes to their coats, you need to make sure that you are willing to put time and effort into their grooming routine. If you’re the type of person who doesn’t like to spend a lot of time doing this kind of thing, then look for haircuts that are easier to maintain and require less brushing throughout the week.

What season is it currently?

Is your Cavachon’s hair thick and shaggy now because winter just came around? Or is the weather starting to get warmer and your dog’s hair is already growing out a lot?

The seasons can have a big impact on how much work you put into their appearance so think about what kind of climate it currently is before going out and picking an ideal cut.

Final Notes

Like every other dog with a long coat, Cavachons look their best when they’re given a haircut that suits them. We hope this list gave you some ideas on how you can style your own pups, no matter how different each one may be. We also hope that you consider giving some of these haircuts a try! It’ll only take a few minutes, but it could give your pooch an entirely new look.

Do you have other dog breeds? We also listed some of the best haircut ideas for Havanese, Shih Tzu, Schnauzer, Pomeranian, Maltese, and Chihuahua.

Did we miss any cute haircut ideas for Cavachons? Let us know in the comments!

Meet our writer

Wanda has LOVED dogs ever since she was a child, and is currently a dog parent to a 3-year-old poodle who means the world to her. She was a volunteer with the Brooklyn Animal Resource Coalition (BARC), a no-kill shelter based in Brooklyn, New York.

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