Poodles are among the most popular breeds around the world and so are their crosses. Because of their hypoallergenic coat, intelligence, and smartness, they have been bred with other purebred dogs to develop a more diversified breed that has mixed traits.
Believe it or not, the Poodles have been crossed with over 100 different breeds to develop newer breeds and some of them are Shih Poo, Bernedoodle, Saint Berdoodle, Newfypoo, Groodle, Labradoodle, and Maltipoo.
Although the Poodle crosses (usually known as Doodles or Oodles) share most of the traits, still, they may have some different characteristics too. So, we have decided to compare different Poodle crosses.
Why comparisons are necessary? Because if you are confused between 2 different breeds, a quick comparison may help you decide which breed is suitable for you.
So, in today’s post, we are gonna do a quick comparison between Bernedoodle and Cavapoo aka Cavoodle.
Note: If you are looking for other comparisons, you may check Bernedoodle vs Groodle, Bernedoodle vs Shih Poo, and Standard Bernedoodle vs Saint Berdoodle.
Now, let’s check Bernedoodle vs Cavapoo.
Bernedoodle vs Cavoodle Comparison
|Bernedoodle||Cavapoo or Cavoodle
|Bred by||Sherry Rupke||Unknown
|Cross between||Poodle and the Bernese Mountain Dog||Poodle and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
|Key characteristics||Cuddly, Hypoallergenic, Loving, and Intelligent||Affectionate, Playful, Social, Loyal, and Hypoallergenic
|Lifespan||12 to 18 years||13 to 15 years
|Weight||4 to 40 kg ||5 to 10 KG
|Body Features||Hanging ears, button eyes and bushy tail. |
Usually have long or short hair.
|Compact body and wonderful looks
|Colors||Black, Black & Brown, Black & White, Tri-colored||Chestnut, Gold, White, Black, Blenheim, or tri-colored
- Exercise lovers
-Playful and responsive
|- Exceptional Temperament
- Very intelligent
|Pros||- Low to non-shedding coat|
- Excellent in running and swimming
- Social and friendly with everyone
- Best Couch Dog
- Easily Trainable
- Nice with Strangers
|Cons||- Daily exercise is a must|
- They hate boredom
|- Sensitive to heat
- Regular grooming needed
|Common health issues||- Cushing's Disease|
- Hip and Elbow Dysplasia
|- Progressive Retinal Atrophy
- Slipping Kneecaps
- Mitral Valve Disease
So, friends, it was a quick comparison between Bernedoodle and Cavoodle. We are sure that now you can decide between both breeds. One thing to remember here is that try to get a puppy from a reputable breeder. And once you get a puppy, try to raise it like a real human kid.
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