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Cavapoo & Shihpoo. What is a Cavapoo & Shihpoo?  Cavapoo & Shihpoo is a combination of a Cavapoo and Shihpoo. GOOGLE CALLS THEM  CAVA TA ZU 

Shih poo
Shih poo

Are Cava Tzu good dogs?

    Cavapoo & Shihpoo breed  is a very affectionate and loyal dog who loves nothing more than spending time with their family members. This breed and children or very well suitable companions, for each other. People with children under the age of 12 years old, or in general, small children. PLEASE KEEP IN MIND. PUPPIES, AND DOGS all ages, both can be easily injured. If not handled properly.  These breeds, are  known to jump up when excited, such as when seeing their loving friend or so small child for the first time, as well as maybe everytime, when they are engaged with any children. Depeding on  the dogs personality as well as how they are trainned, or even if not exposed to alot of people, or chidlren, or even lots of people and children.  The point is dogs when around small children should be monitored when around them. 

For the childs saftey as well as the dogs saftey.

Dogs get injured as well and often times unintentionally caused by smaller children. 

Vice vera excited.  

Please montior animals and childeren is highly recommended.

Cavapoo Shihpoo
Cavapoo Shihpoo

Are These Dogs Good for Families? 🏡


Cavapoo & Shihpoo excellent family pets, and that’s true regardless of what your family looks like.

Typically, when people talk about a “family pet,” they mean one that’s good with small children. Cavapoo & Shihpoo is the good family pet.  This breed likes playmates.

But these pups are great for older families too. Seniors do well with them, as they’re active and affectionate, but not so much that it becomes overwhelming. They’re also more than happy to curl up next to you on the sofa as you read or whatever your doing they enjoy being near thier loved ones especially their care take, their owner.   Example one of my Shihpoo watches tv. She awaits to see any animal on television. This is so funny, yet odd.

This makes them good for single people as well. While they love companionship, they can also do fine on their own for a while, so you shouldn’t have too many problems with separation anxiety.

Note: shihpoo do not like to be alone.  They are known to suffer with seperation anxiety


They can offer you all the love and affection a bigger dog can, but they don’t have quite as many exercise requirements as, say, a Labrador. That way, if you’re exhausted after work, you won’t have much to do to settle your new furry family member down.

They will be more than happy that you are home 

 Are Cava Tzu are they  intelligent dogs?

They are intelligent dogs so will enjoy training and obedience classes. The breed is inclined to jump up when excited so training will help with that. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel needs more exercise than a Shih Tzu so it depends which breed your pet takes after more.

Is Cava Tzu  low-maintenance?  

The Cava Tzu is an energetic, vibrant little dog with a surprisingly low-maintenance and easygoing temperament. The only thing they love more than following their humans around their house is being petted and pampered! They'll happily sit in your lap for hours, and can even be prone to laziness.

Does Cava Tzu get along with other pets?

These dogs love to play, and they’re not particularly discriminatory about their choice of playmates. They love cats, other dogs, gerbils, and so on (although you might not want to let them play with your boa constrictor).

Now, it should be noted that the other pets may not be too keen on having a full-time playmate. If you have a cat who likes to be left alone or an aging dog who’s long since had their last zoomie, a Cava-Tzu may be more trouble than they’re willing to put up with.

For the most part, though, bringing a Cava-Tzu into a home with other pets shouldn’t create too much drama.

Does Cava Tzu suffer from seperation anxiety?  

 Separation anxiety is a chronic canine disorder that can affect any dog, irrespective of breed or cross breed. It occurs when a dog is left at home alone, although separation anxiety can kick in before the pet parents even leave the home. The symptoms of this condition include incessant barking, howling or whining, destructive chewing or digging as well as defecating or urinating.

The Cavalier breed is known to suffer from separation anxiety, while the Shih Tzu is another type of dog that appears to have a higher volume of breed members who struggle with this canine disorder. Therefore, some Cava-Tzu could struggle with separation anxiety but every dog is different and some will be fine.