History of the Cavapoo
Buy cavapoo Online : The past few decades poodle mixes, including the cavapoo, have become incredibly popular in the US. The idea of a poodle mix is to blend the personality traits of one breed, in the case of the cavapoo the good-naturedness of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, with the low shedding and hypoallergenic traits of poodles. Although the sudden popularity of Buy cavapoo Online may make them seem to be a recently created breed, it is believed that they were first bred in the 1950s in Australia.
Buy cavapoo Online have soft, medium-length fur that can range from wavy to curly. They are know for shedding very little, making them an ideal breed for those with allergies to pet dander. Their lack of shedding doesn’t mean they don’t need routine brushing, though. If a cavapoo isn’t brushed out at least once to twice a week, their wavy curls may start to mat. Aside from being uncomfortable and sometimes even painful, mats can make the skin underneath prone to infections. Some owners may opt to have their cavapoo’s fur trimmed short into a ‘puppy cut’ to also help prevent matting.
Your cavapoo should get his/her nails trimmed routinely to prevent them from snagging or breaking on something. They also need their ears cleaned out to prevent infection as well as to clean and pluck out the fur that grows in their ears. Being a smaller breed dog, cavapoos are prone to dental disease. Brushing your cavapoo’s teeth daily (or as close to once a day as you can manage) with dog friendly toothpaste can help keep your dog’s teeth clean and healthy. Dental disease is not merely a stinky, cosmetic issue. Your dog’s gingival tissue is vascular and it is the number one area in your dog’s body where bacteria can enter the bloodstream. This can lead to painful tooth abscesses but can also lead to a heart condition known as endocarditis, which is inflammation of the heart muscle. Proper dental hygiene is especially important for breeds that are susceptible to having bad teeth, like the cavapoo.
Cavapoos can be quite energetic and excitable. They prefer being with the company of their owners and family rather than in their kennel, so prepare for them to be over the moon when you come home from being out. They certainly have the energy to keep up with playful children, but as with all pets, make sure that your children have adult supervision when playing with your cavapoo.