Cavoodles have grown in popularity over the last 10 years and are often characterized by their long, thick, soft(wavy or straight) coat, which can be in gold, black, brown, cream or tan colours, and can come with or without markings. Their muzzles are usually medium length while their eyes are large and brown. Their weight is usually between 5-12kg and they can grow between 25-38cm tall, depending on their parents. A traditional Cavoodle life expectancy is 12-15 years.
Cavoodles are one of the most affection and playful pet breeds, and they typically have a soft, gentle nature, making them a great companion for kids. They love being part of a family and joining in on various activities. Overall, they are incredibly intelligent, especially when trained properly.
What’s great about Cavoodles is that they do not shed a lot and are usually tolerable to people with allergies. However, because their coats are usually long and thick, they require a lot of care and regular grooming, preferably every six weeks. Their ears should also be regularly cleaned to prevent infection.
They are a mix between a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Poodle. They are bred to minimise possible genetic diseases from both parents and to ensure healthier pups.