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History of the Cavapoo

The Cavapoo is a relatively new breed and was first bred in the United States in the 1950s. The goal was to create a dog that would combine the best qualities of both parent breeds: the gentle nature of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the intelligence and hypoallergenic qualities of the Poodle.

Today, the Cavapoo is a popular crossbreed around the world and is often bred by responsible breeders who are committed to producing healthy and well-adjusted dogs.

Character of the Cavapoo

The Cavapoo is known for its gentle and friendly disposition. They are sociable dogs who enjoy spending time with their family and enjoy being around people. They are also intelligent and easy to train which makes them a great choice for novice and experienced dog owners alike.

Because of their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel lineage, Cavapoos are very playful and have a lot of energy. They are also very affectionate and love to sit on their owner's lap. They are also good with children and other pets.

Health of the Cavapoo

In general, the Cavapoo is a healthy breed, but like all dogs, they can be prone to certain health conditions. Some common health problems in the Cavapoo include hip dysplasia, eye problems and patellar luxation.

It is important to keep a close eye on your Cavapoo's health and to have regular check-ups with the vet. By maintaining a healthy lifestyle and making sure your Cavapoo is fed the right diet, you can reduce the risk of health problems.

Care of the Cavapoo

The Cavapoo has a soft, curly coat that needs weekly brushing to prevent tangles and matting. The coat also needs to be clipped occasionally to prevent it from getting too long and tangled.

The Cavapoo also needs regular exercise to stay healthy and happy. Daily walks and playtime in the backyard are important to release their energy and support their mental and physical health. Keep in mind that they don't like temperature extremes so avoid activities during the hottest hours of the day and make sure they are warm enough during cold days.

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