Cavapom Breed

A sweet natured, playful cross breed

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Cavapom Breed Description

Life Expectancy
12-16 years
Learning Rate
Litter Size
2 to 6
Dogs: 8-20 pounds
Bitches: 8-20 pounds
Dogs: 12-15 inches
Bitches: 12-15 inches
Country of Origin
Other Names

The Cavapom is a mixed breed dog, a combination of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the Pomeranian. They weigh between 8 and 20 pounds and are 12 to 15 inches in height. The Cavapom is a well proportioned dog with a rounded head, and a full muzzle. There can be some variation in their look as they are a cross. Sometimes they have the small, erect ears of the Pomeranian, other times the longer ears of the Cavalier.

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They usually have the fluffier coat of the Pomeranian, but can also have the longer, silkier coat of the Cavalier. Their eyes are usually brown. Despite their delicate looks, this is a robust, well built breed.


Cavapom dog

The Cavapom, thanks to its Pomeranian side tends to be a very loving and loyal dog to its owners. However with the Cavalier being a very friendly and outgoing breed, this often makes the Cavapom more sociable and happy with strangers than the Pomeranian.

Cavapom dog

Whatever the combination of personality your Cavapom gets from its parents, you can be certain of having an affectionate companion. Because they are an eager to please breed, they are reasonably good at training. 60 minutes of walking a day should be enough for the Cavapom


Cavapom colors

The colour combinations of their coat are practically without end. The Cavapom can come in a mixture of colours, such as the Blenheim of the Cavalier or the fiery orange of the Pomeranian. To maximize the chance of getting a healthy dog, you should buy a Cavapom puppy from a reputable breeder.


Cavapom coat

The Cavapom coat is usually medium length, but can vary. They can have the thick, harsher double coat of the Pomeranian, or the silkier Cavalier coat.

Health Issuess

Health Issues

They can potentially get issues which the Pomeranian and the Cavalier are prone too. For example eye diseases such as progressive retinal atrophy and entropion. Patellar luxation is also an occasional issue

Living Environment

This is very much an indoor breed, suited to a home life, whether a house or an apartment.

Living environment

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