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General Breed Information

The Cavapoo, also known as the Cavoodle, is a designer breed that was developed by mixing the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with the Poodle. The social, good-natured, and playful temperament of Cavapoos make them great family dogs. The Designer Dogs Kennel Club and the American Canine Hybrid Club both recognize this breed.

Cavapoos have a compact build and they are small to medium in size. These dogs have a height that ranges from 11 to 15 inches and a weight that falls between 6 and 20 pounds. Their face is round and they have expressive eyes. Their ears are generally set well above their eyes and hang past their chin. They have an elongated neck and a straight back with a long tail that hangs past their hocks. Their coat may be slightly wavy or curly. The acceptable coat colours for this breed are black, white, cream, gray, apricot, and red. They may also be patterned.

Owners of Cavapoos should brush the coat of these dogs regularly. The nails of these dogs should be trimmed and their ears should always be kept clean. These dogs are prone to health problems such as luxating patella, progressive retinal atrophy, hip dysplasia, epilepsy, and skin problems. Despite all that, however, these dogs can still live for around 12 to 16 years.

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