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Say Hi to Reggie

Poodle (Miniature) & King Charles Spaniel, 2 years old

🌳 Countryside dog
🍷 Lives with adults only

My favourite thing about Reggie is...

How much love he shows us. His cheeky character. The fact he's very well behaved and learns new things quickly. He wants to be everyone's friend.

The biggest challenge with Reggie is...

He loves our company and enjoys nothing more than being with us. This made it difficult for us to leave him, although we taught him that we always come back. First, we left him for 10 minutes, 15, 20 and so on. The longest we've left him is 4 hours. Doing it this way prevented Reggie developing anxiety issues. He's quite happy with neighbours, should we be away longer.

The most surprising thing about owning a Poodle (Miniature) & King Charles Spaniel is...

How intelligent Cavapoos are. Toilet training was a breeze and when walking, it wasn't too long before I felt happy letting Reggie off the lead. Bedtime, we all go together. He settles down on his cushion, with his cuddly toy, his food and water in his crate (Reggie is a grazer and feeds throughout the whole day.) and he wakes at 8:00-8:30am and we go to the garden before coming in and playing.

What I wish I’d known about Poodles (Miniature) & King Charles Spaniels is...

Reggie is predominantly poodle, so his coat has tighter curls. This means that if left, it can be difficult to manage. This means we have to visit the groomers every 8-10 weeks and at a cost of £40 is an expense I didn't foresee. However, Cavapoo's can have looser coats too, so ask the breeder/owner for advice if this is a concern.

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