A mix between the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the Labrador Retriever, the Cavador is a sweet and gentle breed that thrives on human companionship. Not a breed to simply be left in the backyard and forgotten about, Cavadors need to be involved in everything that's going on at home. And once you make one of these gorgeous canines part of your family, you'll be rewarded with a loving, loyal, and devoted fur-kid.
Easy to train and full of energy, Cavadors also need plenty of exercise and mental stimulation to keep them healthy and ensure good general wellbeing. So if you're looking for ways to entertain, amuse, and tire out your Cavador, check out these pet-acular activities.
It's a sunny day, birds are singing, and conditions are perfect to get outside and explore the world. So why not take your Cavador for a car ride? Your dog will love exploring all the new sights and smells they come across on your journey, while the chance to just enjoy your company and maybe bark along to a couple of tunes on the radio will also be appreciated.
You can just go for an aimless cruise to see what you can see, or you can head out with a particular destination in mind -- the beach perhaps, or maybe your local dog park. Here's what you need to do.
Cavadors have a powerful sense of smell and a strong prey drive. You've probably noticed this when your dog has completely ignored you after discovering an interesting scent they need to investigate, or after they've set off in hot pursuit of a seagull or some other small creature.
One easy way to put your dog's natural instincts to good use is to set up a scavenger hunt for them at home. This can be done inside or outside, depending on the weather, and also offers a rewarding mental challenge for your canine companion. Here's what you need to do to get started.
While Cavadors love being with you, they also enjoy spending time with other dogs. With this in mind, regular trips to an off-leash dog park will be one of your pet's favorite activities.
For growing pups, dog parks can play a crucial role in socializing your pet and teaching them how to interact with other dogs. Once they're an adult, the dog park is the place where they can enjoy some off-leash fun and games with other canines.
Your dog will relish the opportunity to run, wrestle, sniff, bark, and play with a whole lot of other pooches, so here's how to plan the paw-fect dog park visit.