Shih Poo vs Cavoodle – A Quick Comparison
When it comes to crossbreeds, Doodles or Oodles are among the most popular dogs nowadays. Although there are many other designer breeds such as Pomsky, Cavachon, and Chiweenie, the Poodle crosses are in high demand due to their multi-dimensional traits.
When choosing a Poodle cross (Doodle or Oodle) as the next puppy, we have got over 100 choices because the Poodle has been crossbred with over 100 other pure breeds, and many of them are still improving. Some of the most popular Poodle crosses are Bernedoodle, Labradoodle, Shih Poo, Goldendoodle, and Aussiedoodle.
It sometimes becomes difficult to choose between 2 or more breeds because of their traits. So, it is good to check out some quick comparisons between such breeds.
And if you are looking for a comparison between Shihpoo and Cavoodle, keep reading this post.
Shih Poo is a toy breed and a cross between the Miniature Poodle and Shih Tzu. Being a product of 2 low-shedding breeds, the Shih Poos have a low-shedding coat.
Cavoodle is a product of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Poodle. It is an adorable breed that has been equally popular in the US and Australia.
Although both of these breeds share several traits such as intelligence and low-shedding coat, there are some significant differences between both of them. So, as per our readers’ request, we are going to do a quick comparison between Shih Poo and Cavoodle.
So, let’s read the Shih Poo vs Cavoodle comparison below and after reading this informative article, you’ll be able to decide between your next possible puppy.
Shih Poo vs Cavoodle Comparison
|Shih Poo [a.k.a Shoodle]||Cavoodle [a.k.a Cavapoo]|
|First bred by||Unknown||Unknown|
|Cross between||Poodle and Shih Tzu||Poodle and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel|
|Key characteristics||- Intelligent|
- Low-shedding coat
- Ideal indoor dog
- Low-shedding coat
- Social and loyal
|Lifespan||10 to 16 years||13 to 15 years|
|Weight||3 to 9 kg||5 to 10 KG|
|Body Features||- Short or long hair|
- Beautiful button eyes
- Hanging ears
- Bushy tail
|- Floppy Ears
- Wavy or silky coat
- Round Face and wonderful looks
- Black and white
Black, Black & Brown, Black & White, Tri-colored
|- Black, tan, and white (Tri-color)
- Chestnut and white (Blenheim)
Chestnut, Gold, White, Black, Blenheim, or tri-colored
- Barks a lot
|- Excellent Temperament
- Friendly and intelligent
|Pros||- Low to non-shedding coat|
- Excellent with children
- Runner and swimmer by nature
|- Low-shedding coat
- Easy to train
|Cons||- Not suitable for busy owners|
- Separation Anxiety
- High grooming needs
|Common health issues||- Hip Dysplasia|
- Elbow Dysplasia
- Eye Cataract
- Cushing's Disease
|- Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA)
- Mitral Valve Disease (Heart disease)
- Luxating Patella
|Puppy Price||$1000 to $5000||$1000 to $3000|
|Litter Size||3-5 puppies||2-8 puppies|
You may be interested to read a comparison between other breeds. So, you can find some of them below.
- Goldendoodle vs Bernedoodle
- Shih Poo vs Goldendoodle
- Shih Poo vs Bernedoodle
- Bernedoodle vs Cavoodle
- Standard Bernedoodle vs St. Bernedoodle
So, friends, these were Shih Poo and Cavoodle, 2 of the most popular designer breeds. Now we are sure that you’ll be able to decide which Doodle you should get. If you are looking for any other breed comparison, you can ask us to compare them. Just leave a comment below.