Cavoodle vs Groodle – A Quick Comparison
Cavoodle (also known as Cavapoo) and Groodle (also known as Goldendoodle) are 2 of the most popular designer breeds in Australia. Interestingly, both breeds have different names in the US and other countries; i.e., Cavapoo and Goldendoodle.
According to several surveys, Cavoodle or Cavapoo is the most popular designer dog in most countries including the UK, the US, Australia, and Canada.
When it comes to Oodles, they outclass most designer dogs because Poodles (one of the parents) are said to be the most intelligent, friendly, and loving breeds which are why their crosses inherit most of their positive traits. Also, if you don’t already know, Poodles have been crossbred with more than 100 different breeds. Some other famous Ooodles breeds are Labradoodle, Cockapoo, Bernedoodle, and Newfiepoo.
If you are planning to get one of the 2 mentioned breeds, i.e., Cavoodle and Groodle, and looking for a comparison guide so you can choose one, you are just at the right place. In this post, we have compared both breeds and after reading this post, it will be easy for you to decide which breed to get.
If you don’t already know, Cavoodle is a Poodle Cavalier King Charles Spaniel cross while Groodle is the cross between Golden Retriever and Poodle. Like any other Doodle or Oodle breed, they share most of the traits such as a low-shedding coat, friendly personality, and exceptional temperament.
Still, there are some clear differences between both breeds, and these differences can be found in the table below.
So, let’s read the Cavoodle vs Groodle comparison below. After reading this article, you’ll be able to decide on your next dog.
Cavoodle vs Groodle Comparison
|Other names||Cavapoo||Goldendoodle and Golden Poo|
|First bred by||Unknown||Monica Dickens|
|Cross between||Cavalier King Charles Spaniel + Poodle||Golden Retriever + Poodle|
|Key characteristics||- Low-shedding coat|
- Always eager to please
- Social and loyal
|- Low-shedding Coat
|Lifespan||13 to 15 years||12 to 15 years|
|Weight||5 to 12 KG||8 to 45 kg|
|Body Features||- Large brown eyes|
- Floppy ears
- Wavy or silky coat
- Round face
|- Longer legs
- Floppy ears
- Short or long hair (depends on the parent breed tendency)
- Beautiful button eyes
- Wider muzzle
- Bushy tail
|Colours||- Tri-color patterns|
- And many wonderful colours
|Behavior/Temperament||- Exceptional Temperament|
- Friendly behaviour
- Highly social
|Pros||- Low to non-shedding coat|
- Easily trainable
- Friendly with strangers
|- Best with other canine and non-canine pets
- Easier to train
- Ideal couch dog
|Cons||- Can't tolerate extreme heat|
- High grooming needs
|- Not suitable as a guard dog
- High grooming needs
- Prone to aggressiveness
|Common health issues||- Mitral Valve Disease (Heart disease)|
- Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA)
- Luxating Patella
|- Hip and Elbow Dysplasia
- Separation anxiety
- Cushing's Disease
- von Willebrand’s disease
|Puppy Price||$1500 to $3000||$2000 to $8000|
|Litter Size||2-8 puppies||3-6 puppies|
If you are looking for Cavoodle vs other Ooodles’ comparison, we have got you a couple of them.
Wrapping it up:
So, it was a detailed comparison between Cavoodle and Groodle. We hope it will now be easier for you to choose one of them per your needs.
In our opinion, you shouldn’t get Caoodle in a warmer area because they are heat-sensitive and may suffer a lot during the exercises or other activities. Apart from this, we love every dog regardless of breed, colour, and gender.