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Cavoodles may develop separation anxiety when left at home alone for extended periods. Calming pheremones and supplements alongside behavioural training strategies can help.
What's the best food for a Cavoodle? Our vets recommend premium quality, highly digestible formulas which are gentle on the stomach and contain everything your Cavoodle needs to thrive.
Supplements rich in omega fatty acids can help support the skin barrier and help manage the symptoms of common allergies in cavoodles. To keep your cavoodle's ears healthy, our vets recommend using a gentle ear cleaner every 1 to 2 weeks and after bathing or swimming.
Cavoodles shed very little, however they do need to be brushed daily to prevent matting. Regular trims with clippers or grooming scissors are a must, particularly the hair around the eyes, mouth and ears and between the foot pads.
You can start training your Cavoodle puppy right from the first night they come home. Being consistent and using positive, reward based training methods is key.
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