Cavapoo For Sale :
Known for their loving, affectionate nature, the Cavapoo (sometimes called Cavadoodle or Cavoodle) is a breed that has been seeing increasing popularity in US homes the past few decades. They adapt well to most settings and their playful and easygoing personalities make them a great addition for most families with children.
Where to Adopt or Buy a Cavapoo:
Cavapoo For Sale Cavapoos are a relatively popular designer breed. Finding one shouldn’t be as much of an issue as finding other, rarer breeds. The challenge is finding a reputable breeder. The breed’s popularity makes them a popular choice for . General rules of thumb to avoid purchasing from a puppy mill is to avoid purchasing from pet shops (unless you live in a city in which pet shops are legally required to sell only shelter pets) and avoid breeders that don’t let you see the parents and where they are kept. Despite being considered a designer breed, cavapoos are also surrendered at shelters and rescues just as other breeds unfortunately are. So if you are looking to rescue or adopt, finding one in a local shelter or rescue group should not be that difficult either. Speak to your veterinarian and local animal shelters about where to find a cavapoo if you are wanting to add one to your home.
Cavapoos 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, an 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.