Cavapoo Breed Guide: An In-depth View

The Cavapoo, Cavadoodle, or the Cavoodle is a mixed breed dog. This Cavalier King Charles Spaniel / Poodle cross is considered to be a small breed dog, perfect for families or as companion dogs. Want to know more? Our complete guide to the Cavapoo will answer everything you need to know before plunging into the … Read more

Best Brushes for Cavapoos: Grooming Tips

In this article, we are back to a hot topic for all Doodle owners. Something that we all have to do on a daily basis and almost as important as walking or feeding your dog. You’ve guessed it ……. Grooming!!! Grooming is essential for your Cavapoo’s health as well as to keep him looking his … Read more

Is a Cavapoo a Good First Dog? Our Thoughts

Have you reached this article because you are trying to decide which breed of dog will make a good choice as a first-time dog? Then look no further as we investigate Cavapoos and why they are popular family dogs, and what might make them a good choice. Buying a dog is a commitment that will … Read more

When Will My Cavapoo Stop Teething?

When you hear the word teething you perhaps conjure up images of babies with bright red cheeks and sore gums who just want to chew on anything they can get their tiny hands on. It’s not any different in the doggy world (well perhaps the red cheeks won’t be visible) but teething is a very … Read more

Why do Cavapoos Have Long Eyelashes?

Why do humans have eyelashes? You may or may not know that the purpose of the eyelash is to protect the eye from dust, debris, and other such particles. They also communicate with our eyelids! In effect ‘telling’ them to close if something harmful is close by. Finally, in conjunction with our eyebrows and forehead, … Read more

How Often Should You Bathe a Cavapoo?

When you bring home your new puppy, it will have many needs which you need to take care of, cleanliness being one of them. Being a pooch, they aren’t overly great when it comes to personal hygiene. Yes, they’ll give themselves the once over with the odd lick here and there, but is it sufficient … Read more