Family Friendly Dogs Previous Cavoodle Litters
Below are some images of Family Friendly dogs previous cavoodle litters that have come through Family Friendly Dogs training to be re-homed to the best of families.
What are the differences in size for Toy Cavoodles, Mini Cavoodles, and Moodles?
|Moodle||2.5-6kg approx||20cm approx||Maltese X Poodle|
|Toy Cavoodle||Toy Cavoodle||4-8kg approx||Cavalier X Toy Poodle|
|20cm approx||9-14kg approx||Between 35 to 45cm approx||Cavalier X Mini Poodle|
A major benefit in a crossbred is that these dogs are far less likely to carry genetic defects than their purebred counterparts. Crossing a highly intelligent and obedient dog like a poodle with a more loving and affectionate Cavalier or Maltese creates a happy and wonderful dog who makes an ideal family friendly pet.
What are the Differences in Cavoodle Generations?
|Parentage||Things to Take into Consideration|
|First Generation (F1)||Poodle and Cavalier||First generation Cavoodles may take traits equally from both parents, or take more traits from either one of their parents, which is why some will look more Poodle or Cavalier.|
|Second Generation (F2)||Cavoodle and Cavoodle||There is not much difference between an F1 and F2 Cavoodle despite common belief. Any Cavoodle litter has the ability to be a near exact mixture of both breeds, or may look more like a Poodle or Cavalier.|
|Second Generation (F1b Poodle mix)||Cavoodle and Poodle - (¾ Poodle)||F1b Poodle Cavoodles may have a more tight knit coat similar to the Poodle which may make them more hypoallergenic and low shedding. They may also have more personality traits like a Poodle having a higher chance of greater intelligence.|
|Second Generation (F1b Cavalier mix)||Cavoodle and Cavalier - (¾ Cavalier)||F1b Cavalier Cavoodles may have a more straight coat as a result of being more Cavalier than Poodle. They may typically be slightly more shedding than a typical Cavoodle. They may have more personality traits like the Cavalier, making them more affectionate.|