Are cavapoos hyper?

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The can be a little on the hyper side, but absolutely adore human companionship.

Cavapoos are well suited for all age groups.

Shedding: The Cavapoo can shed some depending on the type of coat they have.

The Cavalier coat sheds more than Cavapoos with the Poodle coat.

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Cavapoos are well-known for their kind, affectionate, sensitive and placid temperament that makes them perfect for therapy.

Due to their kind and sociable nature, Cavapoos get along well with people and other pets.

Cavapoos are highly intelligent and trainable dogs.

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If your Cavoodle (Cavapoo) has aggressive, hitting him may cause him to resent and fear you.

You'll find him snapping at you more often than before.

Always use positive reinforcement to bring out your Cavoodle (Cavapoo) 's best behavior.

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Cavapoos, like to be heard, and they rely on their bark to get the attention in which they are keen to seek. Cavapoos suffer greatly from separation anxiety, so if they are left on their own for too long, you can expect a lot of barking. This will be particularly true in the beginning when they are a young puppy.
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Cavapoos are very sensitive to heat and if they become overheated, they can die.

Like the Poodles, Cavapoos can become hyper and clingy, following their owner around the house.

The Cavapoo is not recognized by the American Kennel Club because it is considered a hybrid breed.

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Meet the Cute and Cuddly Cavapoo Puppies! Cavapoos are a result of breeding a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with a poodle.

Also known as a Cavoodle, the poodle part of the crossbreed is usually a Miniature Poodle.

If you're lucky, this crossbreed will bring you some of the best characteristics of both breeds.

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The Cavapoo breed is predisposed to some of the same conditions that the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Poodle also face. While most are generally healthy, some may be prone to a few health issues, which is why it is important to maintain good care and regular veterinary checkups.
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Some of the conditions and illnesses Cavapoos are prone to include heart conditions including mitral valve disease; skin conditions such as atopy; skeletal problems such as syringomyelia; neurological diseases such as cerebellar abiotrophy; and joint conditions such as medial patellar luxation and hip dysplasia.

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