It depends on which parent breed they take after more. If your Cavapoo has more Poodle in their genes then there is a good chance that it will be more hypoallergenic then if they had more Cavalier in their genes. It is important to note, that no dog is truly 100% hypoallergenic.
They are not known for their barking, but all dogs are different. If you notice your Cavapoo beginning such habit, it must be nipped in the bud. These dogs are easily trainable so it won’t be difficult.
Cavapoo’s have an average life expectancy of 11 to 15 years.
Yes! Cavapoo’s have a friendly and playful temperament which makes them an excellent companion for children. However, just like any small dog, young children should always be supervised when they are around any dog, no matter the breed.
The Cavapoo is energetic in its nature and therefore requires regular exercise and daily walks to remain healthy. Playing a game of tug or fetch with them along with a walk will ensure that your puppy’s needs are met.
Cavapoos may be curly like the Poodle or straight and wavy like the Cavalier. Once a puppy reaches the age of 6 weeks old you can see what type of coat they will have. You can get both coat types in the same litter.
There is no difference. The Cavapoo and Cavoodle are both names for the Poodle and Cavalier mix. They are also known as Cavipoo, Cavadoodle, Cavapoodle, and a Cavadoo.
They can be solid or multi colored. The most common colors are black, white and brown.
Because of their small stature, they don’t require a lot of food. Generally, 1 cup of food per day is plenty. This should be broken up into two parts – half in the morning and half at dinner time.
F1 Cavapoos are the result of breeding a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Poodle. When 2 Cavapoos are bred together, they are referred to as an F2. When an F2 Cavapoo is bred to another F2 Cavapoo, they are known as an F3. However, if an F1 Cavapoo is bred to either a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel or a Poodle, they are referred as being F1B.
Smaller breeds can be a challenge to housebreak, compared to the bigger breeds. However, these little ones are intelligent so with consistency and praise, it will surely be successful.
Cavapoos are brave so you can count on them to alert you when something is amiss, but don’t rely on them much for protection.
The Cavapoo can have different coats depending on their genes, so it us up to you to decide if you want your Cavapoo to have shorter or longer hair. It is optimal to take your little one to the groomer every 2 to 3 months to keep them clean and trim.
Not at all! Due to their smart and curious nature, these crossbreeds are easy to train. This is especially true for Cavoodles who take after their Poodle parent.