Cavoodle dog

Cavoodle dog About

The Cavoodle (also known as a Cavapoo) is a designer breed, the offspring of a Poodle and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. The Cavoodle became particularly popular through crossbreeding programs in Australia from the late 1990s and their popularity has continued to rise to become one of Australia's most popular breeds. This breed of dog was developed to suit families wanting a small family-orientated dog breed that was suitable for most people with allergies to dogs. The breeders were looking for a healthy, outgoing small dog with a low to non-shedding coat that would get along well with children. They are very popular in Australia due to their exceptional temperaments, robustness and non-shed coats.

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Cavoodle dog

Cavoodle dog

Cavoodle dog


Breed Characteristics Pumi dog

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The Cavoodles temperament matches its looks as they are very gentle and loving creatures who get on extremely well with children.With the average height of a Cavoodle ranging from 11 -13" (28 – 33 cm) you could even say the Cavoodle is made for children as this size is just right for cuddles from the kids. Cavoodles much prefer the company of humans, which is something to be aware of if you enjoy having a dog at your side at all times. If not then you may find the constant attention somewhat annoying. A Cavoodle is an intelligent dog who will respond well to having a lot of fun during their training, so new owners will need to err on the side of gentle guidance rather than use strong disciplinary measures. As young pups, they will be very inquisitive with a short attention span. However, they will learn the house rules and what is expected of them quite quickly if there is consistency in training.