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Black Cavoodles sport a dark fur coat but don’t be fooled. They are just as snuggly and huggable as their lighter hued counterparts. This mixed breed is known for its affectionate and caring nature, making it an ideal pet for families or companionship. Its friendly demeanour and pleasant personality make it a delightful addition to any home

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Black Cavoodles sport a dark fur coat but don’t be fooled. They are just as snuggly and huggable as their lighter hued counterparts. This mixed breed is known for its affectionate and caring nature, making it an ideal pet for families or companionship. Its friendly demeanour and pleasant personality make it a delightful addition to any home

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Black Cavoodle – Chinchilla

I have 2 girl black Cavoodles with white patches and one black male Cavoodle puppies for sale. Pups were born on the 10th of September they are eating wet food kibble and milk. They are very playful and have plenty of energy. Mum is pure-bred king Charles cavalier and dad is pure-bred toy Poodle.

Nathan woods


Cavoodle puppies

Looking for there forever home Registered Breeder! RPBA-15299 First gen Are 2 female Cavoodle puppies ! They are solid black with a silky smooth coats They’re roughly 7 weeks old and be ready in a few weeks time! They’re already eating and drinking by them selfs ! Wormed very 2 weeks ! Born on the 28-8-23 And they be ready around the 16-10-23! Mum is a toy poodle And dad is a King Charles cavalier Iv only got the two Located at wyong but happy to meet people closer to Sydney as I travel there quite often! 0426882320 For any questions

Blake


Cavoodle puppies for sale

Three gorgeous Cavoodle puppies available - two black curly boys and one wavy black hair with ghost markings girl. Born on 15 July 2023 and very friendly and loving.

Liza


F1 Cavoodle boy- Alec

Little Alec is a 1st Gen Cavoodles available (Cavalier x Miniature Poodle). He is an adorable, cuddly and hypo-allergenic. Perfect for kids or people with allergies. He is a non-shedding and is the perfect companion. Alec is affectionate and sweet as pie. He has been raised in a family with kids and are suitable to all family types. Cavaliers are known for being cuddly and affectionate, while poodles are intelligent, non-shedding and hypo-allergenic too. The mumma is a miniature poodle called Maggie. Maggie is very affectionate and loving dog. The father Happy is a purebred King Charles Cavalier Spaniel. He is as happy and affectionate as his name implies. Both parents are DNA breed tested. Alec is uniquely coloured tri-coloured boy. He takes after Happy his father. Alec is a quick learner and respond to some basic commands, he is partly toiled-trained and crate trained. He is 11 weeks old, vaccinated, wormed and vet checked. Please feel free to message me if you have any questions about Alec. He has the sweetest temperament and we really want him to find the best home.

Makaela


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The Ultimate Black Cavoodle Guide

About Black Cavoodle

The Black Cavoodle is a blend of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Poodle breeds. Also referred to as Cavapoo, Cavadoo or Cavadoodle, this designer dog is widely popular in Australia. It is hypoallergenic and sheds minimally, catering well to individuals with allergies.

This canine inherits the traits of its parents along with the intelligence of its Poodle lineage. If you seek a pet that’s easy to train, the Black Cavoodle fits the bill perfectly.

Lifespan

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10 to 14 years

Weight

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4 to 12 kg

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20 to 38 cm

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A Black Cavoodle’s coat needs to be brushed weekly and clipped every six weeks.

Origins

The history of Cavoodles dates back to the 1950s when American breeders wanted to develop a low-shedding and hypoallergenic breed. They crossed a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with a Poodle, resulting in the first generation of Cavoodles.

The breed later on made its way to the United Kingdom and Australia where it thrived as a household pet. In the 1990s, Australian breeders started to breed Cavoodles due to their excellent temperament.

Today, the breed is registered with societies and clubs for crossbred dogs. However, it is still not recognised by major international kennel clubs.

Key Characteristics Of Black Cavoodles

Are Black Cavoodles Family-Friendly?

Yes, they are. Because of their small size and gentle nature, Black Cavoodles make wonderful pets. They are great with children and enjoy spending time with their families. They are also friendly with other dogs and animals.

Common Health Issues & Considerations

Black Cavoodles may suffer from:

Patellar luxation

A condition where the kneecap dislocates or moves out of its normal position in the groove of the thigh bone

Syringomyelia 

A neurological condition where fluid-filled cavities, or cysts, develop within the spinal cord’s central canal, often leading to pain, weakness, and coordination problems.

Atopic skin disease

Progressive retinal atrophy

Hip dysplasia 

A genetic and developmental condition characterized by an improperly formed hip joint, leading to arthritis and mobility issues.

Mitral valve insufficiency

A heart condition characterized by the mitral valve’s inability to close properly, leading to blood leaking backward into the left atrium when the heart contracts.

Nature / Temperament

Black Cavoodles are known for being affectionate, lively, clever, loyal and playful.

Suitable Environment

Thanks to their size, Black Cavoodles can adapt to various living spaces. Whether it’s an apartment or a small home in the city or countryside, they can happily settle in. Keep in mind that this designer breed craves attention and is best suited for households where people are often around.

Other Considerations

-They possess a patient nature towards children, making them a top choice for families.

-These furry friends love engaging in activities like fetch or hide and seek, with enthusiasm.

-While playful and affectionate, Black Cavoodles can be sensitive. They prefer positive reinforcement over harsh training methods.

How can I take good care of my Black Cavoodle?

Nutrition

Ensure that your Black Cavoodle is fed a balanced diet consisting of high quality commercial dog food suitable for small breeds. You can also incorporate vet approved foods like meats, fruits and vegetables into their meals. Be cautious not to overfeed them as Black Cavoodles are prone to obesity. It’s essential to keep water accessible at all times.

Grooming

Black Cavoodles typically have coats that are prone to tangling. Regular brushing and trimming of their hair are necessary to prevent matting. If you’re unsure about using clippers on your pups coat it’s advisable to take them to a groomer.

If your furry friend loves activities regular baths will be needed. Opt for a pet shampoo with natural ingredients to avoid any allergic reactions.

Exercise

The Black Cavoodle is a dog that thrives on both physical and mental stimulation. Despite its size, it doesn’t need that much exercise. Just a 30 minute walk daily is sufficient to keep it happy.

Training

Thanks to its intelligence, the Black Cavoodle is a breeze to train. It’s obedient, determined and eager to please, making learning commands and tricks a breeze. Training activities can range from providing support to assisting with disabilities or even participating in competitions.

During training sessions with your friend remember to keep them short, positive and engaging. Use treats, as rewards. Don’t fret about repeating commands.

This is general information and should not be relied on for adopting or purchasing advice.

Most Asked Black Cavoodle Questions

As its name suggests, the Black Cavoodle has a solid black coat. Its colour is considered rare and usually comes from the Poodle gene.

As a crossbreed, the appearance of the Black Cavoodle varies from pup to pup. Generally, it has a small, round face and large eyes. It tends to have long ears that hang low past the chin, and its muzzle is short to medium.

This designer breed’s body is usually long, and its tail often hangs past its hocks. Its coat is soft and curly.

No, they don’t. This is because their coat is made up of hair instead of fur.

Because of its many positive traits, the Black Cavoodle tends to cost more than other dogs. It can cost anywhere from AUD $3,000 to $6,000 depending on the breeder. To make sure you are bringing home a healthy pup, it is recommended to adopt from a reputable breeder.

There are many options for potential pet parents looking for a Black Cavoodle. There are Cavoodles for sale in Brisbane, Queensland, Victoria, and all throughout the rest of Australia. What’s most important is that you find a reputable, ethical Cavoodle breeder.

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