Taking care of a Cavoodle
Cavoodles or Cavapoos are hypoallergenic, just like their poodle parents. They may not shed, but you will need to give them a good brush once a week to remove any loose hair. Regular trimming and professional grooming can help keep a cavoodle looking good and feeling happy with their coat.
Despite being small enough to be carried or to sit on your lap, a Cavoodle will most likely want to run and trot about on its own four feet. A Cavoodle should get out for a walk daily if possible to help them stretch their legs, keep healthy, and work off any extra energy.
When choosing a food for your Cavoodle, select a premium food appropriate to your dog’s age and life stage. Cavoodles may benefit from a sensitivity diet that helps with sensitive tummies and skin.1
Help your Cavoodle avoid becoming overweight by ensuring that you follow the recommended feeding guides on the food appropriate to your pet's size. A calorie restricted diet could be a good choice if your Cavoodle is overweight. Make sure your dog always has a supply of fresh, clean water available.1