Their coat is usually thick and soft and can vary between curly, wavy and straight, depending on the traits they inherit from the pure breeds. As with all hybrids, the Cavoodle is exposed to less genetic diseases making them one of the healthiest dog breeds.
Personality: With a gentle and lively nature, the Cavoodle easily becomes a member of the family. The breed will alert their owners to visitors with a bark but they are not aggressive by nature. They are also a friendly and sociable dog, getting along with young children, other dogs and other animals.
A great dog for: The Cavoodle is a hypoallergenic dog, making them great for all dog owners, especially families with young children.
Favourite activities: An energetic dog, the breed can be trained to perform tricks and retrieve a ball. They enjoy walks and visits to dog parks where they can socialize. They also enjoy being included in family activities.
Backyard requirements: Small and gentle, these dogs can adapt to living in small apartments, as long as they are treated to daily exercise.
Grooming: As a hybrid, the Cavoodle’s coat will vary from dog to dog, however grooming is always necessary. Although the breed’s coat does not shed, it needs to be combed or brushed regularly. Professional grooming is recommended every six to eight weeks to keep the coat trimmed and ears and eyes cleaned to avoid infection.
Personality: These athletic dogs have a funny and playful personality. The Valley Bulldog thrives on human interaction and isn’t afraid to show their love and loyalty to their owners. If raised indoors they also develop a protective nature.
A great dog for: Clean by nature and very low maintenance, the Valley Bulldog makes a great addition to the family. They have a lot of energy so they make a great companion for active children. The Valley Bulldog will assume responsibility and guardianship of young children, keeping them safe.
Favourite activities: Playing, getting pats, long walks and chew toys.
Backyard requirements: The Valley Bulldog is of medium size so they can handle living indoors. A brisk, long walk will help them keep fit and avoid destructive behaviour. They are also comfortable living outdoors with room for exercise as long as they are paid attention.
Grooming: With a short coat and minimal shedding, the Valley Bulldog doesn’t require much grooming. Baths are only necessary if they get dirty and they can be wiped down with a wet cloth. The skin fold around the face, tail and genitals needs to be cleaned and dried regularly to avoid infection.