Linda Rogers of Timshell Farm says "This little book is the best. We were delighted to be part of this book with the author, to give professional opinions and advice. There are a few other books out there on Cavachons but this is by far the best. Anyone owning a Cavachon or considering a Cavachon purchase should look no further for complete information. The book was carefully written to be factual, and will help Cavachon owners raise and care for their beautiful companions. The author presents information families need to avoid getting a puppy from a puppy mill - to find a great breeder, narrowing down the choice of breeders to be only those who test their parent dogs for genetic faults before breeding and give a health guarantee that covers genetic faults. (Price should not be the most important factor in choosing a breeder - this book gives the reader everything they need to know.) It's so well organized and has beautiful photos from breeders across the U.S. and the world. The advice given by professional, quality breeders in this book will really help families with behavioral, health and raising tips. We are protective of the Cavachon cross-breed, having raised them since 2003 - this little dog has become cherished and adored the world over. This sparkling book presents the Cavachon at it's best! Bravo - well done."Celia M Evans of SCARLETSTRUE CAVACHONS says "This book as been well researched by asking responsible and knowledgeable cavachon owners and breeders their true hands on experiences of the cavachon from birth to every day adult life, from individuality to general Cavachon traits."Liz P. says "This is a really good guide for new or experienced Cavachons owners. I appreciated that it references advice from breeders who obviously are invested and devoted to these wonderful little dogs. Unfortunately the puppy mills have gotten turned onto the charms of these pups, so having input from reputable breeders is very valuable. I have two Cavachons. Best dogs I've ever had - easy to house train, wonderful personalities. I was lucky enough to find a fabulous breeder - Lynne Kaiser, who is quoted extensively in this book. She was an excellent source of information, and the dogs themselves have been good communicators as to their needs and desires. They've been a joy, but I would have liked a resource like this!"