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Cavapom Breed Summary

Friendly, Loving, Affectionate, Intelligent and Loyal 

These doggies are a cross between a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Pomeranian. They are extremely affectionate and love 'hoomans', and are also very playful, which makes them great for families with younger children. They are also fairly intelligent, so are both easy to train up and teach new tricks and skills too!

They are fairly active, though very adaptable to their owners lifestyle. Some will want to go on walks everyday whereas others will be more than happy to just curl up on your lap and catch up on Netflix!

Fun Fact: They are very sociable and love to have a little chat with everyone that they meet; whether you be a child, adult or other animal!

Lifespan 10 - 12 years
Height (at the withers) 30 cm - 33 cm at the withers
Weight Male 4.5 kg - 9 kg, Female 3.6 - 7 kg
Coat Coat is Medium/Long in Length and is both Dense and Straight
Colour Black, Brown, White, Red, Brindle, Cream
Eye colour Brown
Common health issues Patellar Luxation, Hip Dysplasia, Mitral Valve Disease, Syringomyelia, Cherry Eye

Because of how recent the Cavapom is, their temperament and personalities will vary from doggy to doggy. However, based on the natures of the parents, we can assume they are extremely friendly doggies who like lots of attention and love from their ‘hoomans’. Additionally, they are thought to be relatively easy to train, and to an extent, even good guard dogs! Overall, these sweet pooches are sure to make lovely family pets, so long as they receive the necessary training and socialisation.

The Cavapom is a relatively recent ‘designer breed’ and is essentially a cross between a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel and a Pomeranian. These designer breeds have come about due to ‘hoomans’ want to have doggies that are more unique-looking than your everyday breed, but that also possess attractive traits and characteristics. However, the newness of the breed means that there is a lot of variance between pups when they are born. For example, the Cavapom may have the long hair from its parent the Pom, or a more Spaniel-like appearance from its other parent, the King Charles.