Puppy Play & Exercise

Puppy Play & Exercise

In comparison to other dogs of the same size, some Cavoodles will require more exercise. After all, those Poodle genes have them genetically wired for a full life of adventure. As a result, they’ll be more than willing to accompany you everytime you leave the house. When you do take your Cavoodle out for walks, you’ll be suprised at the amount of energy they have. The Cavoodle isn’t one of those small dog breeds that you can pick up and place in your purse. Cavoodles want to be on their own four feet running with the big dogs.

Daily exercise is a must for the Cavoodle breed. A dedicated dog walker, owner or family member walking the dog on a day to day basis is a great way for you and your dog to get all the healthy exercise you need. When it comes to living and play conditions, Cavoodles don’t need alot of space. A small backyard can be sufficient for potty breaks and play as long as your’re able to take them out for longer walks a couple of times a day. Keeping that in mind when a Cavoodle is able to spend plenty of quality time with their favourtie humans, the size of the apartment or house doesn’t matter.

Cavoodles are not suited to living outdoors in the backyard or outdoor space, This breed of dog has a social set of characteristics which allow the dog to choose cuddles and playtime over a large outdoor space. Cavoodles can be vocal, and bark due to being left alone for varied amounts of time, separation anxiety develops and your dog becomes agitated and frets. You may need to put extra effort into training your dog so they bark less and can get used to the fact that you cannot be at their side for 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

As your Cavoodle gets on in age, it may be necessary to make a few adjustments to the home. Doggy ramps and steps will ensure your Cavoodle doesn’t hurt themselves trying to get near you.