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Do the cavachons have runny eyes or are they prone to ear infections?

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Can't speak for the breed as a whole, of course, but my dog's eyes do tear and since I always hated that look, I'm using Angel Eyes which does help (but doesn't eliminate problem completely)(expensive, but less so through Ryan's Pet Supply online, and once you're past the first few months of daily administration (and start giving it less frequently), it's not so bad. My dog has also had bouts with ear infections twice: once after grooming, and then after swimming in pool. Vet said to put ear solution(forget the name) in ear canals before swimming and to avoid water in ear during bath. He's been a very expensive dog (including treatment for Tylenol ingestion after cat knocked bottle off bathroom counter: (hmmm....attempted murder?) he grabbed bottle and ran, with me right behind, and may have eaten a pill when the child(not dog)-proof top came off. And other medical scares, but I'm a doting 'mom' and rush him to vet! He's worth it all though!


Cavachons are lovely dogs.I have a puppy and she is so easy to train.They are so nice and fluffy and great with kids and other dogs,also good with cats.She makes me feel like the luckiest person in the world.For anyone looking for a dog make sure to check out a cavachon.


They do get ear infections. I have to give mine antibiotics orally and ear drops. Also benadryl works really well when they are scratching. My dog is allergic to chicken so I have to buy her lamb and rice dog food.


They do get ear infections. I have to give mine antibiotics orally and ear drops. Also benadryl works really well when they are scratching. My dog is allergic to chicken so I have to buy her lamb and rice dog food.


They do get ear infections. I have to give mine antibiotics orally and ear drops. Also benadryl works really well when they are scratching. My dog is allergic to chicken so I have to buy her lamb and rice dog food.


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