Cavapoo – The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Poodle Mix

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppies For Adoption

The cavaliers are a very noble breed of dog. They have been used in many historical battles. These dogs were bred for their loyalty and courage. Most of them have long coats which make them easy to keep warm when they need to be. Their coat makes it easier for them to move around in the cold weather conditions.

They are known to be loyal and loving companions. They are good with children and other animals. They love to play fetch and chase things like mice or birds. They have excellent hearing so they can hear small noises from far away without getting too excited. They are not aggressive towards humans but they do bark at loud noises if someone disturbs them.

A cavalier king Charles spaniel puppy is one of the most popular breeds of dog today. There are many reasons why they are so popular. One reason is because these dogs have great temperament and loyalty. Another reason is that they look very cute when they grow up. Some people prefer them over other types of dogs due to their affectionate nature and friendly behavior.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Poodle Mix Full Grown

Cavapoo puppies for sale weigh about 30 to 40 pounds when they are fully grown. Their coats can be either curly or straight. It depends on what type of poodle was used to breed them. They have a maximum life span of about 16 years. They can live outdoors as long as it is warm enough and they have shelter from the elements.

These dogs are very active indoors or outdoors. They would rather be near their owners than sleeping on their own bed. They can play fetch or catch for hours if you let them.

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