Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Mini Poodle
We breed F1B, because breeding a Cavapoo back to a Poodle will help to
encourage non shedding and hypo-allergenic puppies.
All of our Dams and Sires are health tested by Paw Print Genetics before breeding.
Cavapoo Puppy, 2018 Summer litters are Full.
We are currently taking deposits for our 2018 Fall litters
to reserve. There are a few spaces available on each litter,
so please message us for details and availability.
Country of Origin: The Cavapoo, is a cross between the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the Poodle. Poodle crossbreeds are meant to produce a dog with mixed traits and the Poodle’s signature non-shedding coat. As a crossbreed, the Cavapoo is not eligible for registration with purebred registries such as the American Kennel Club, but it can be registered with the American Canine Hybrid Club. The Cavapoo is not considered a purebred because it doesn’t ‘breed true’, meaning that it doesn’t display a consistent set of characteristics. Like other ‘designer breeds’, the Cavapoo has seen a recent surge in popularity.
Size: The Cavapoo has a shoulder height of 9-14 in (23-35 cm) and can weigh anywhere between 9-18 lbs. Cavapoos can vary in appearance depending on the genetic influence of the parents. Most have a compact face with long, floppy ears and large brows.
Coat: The Cavapoo is known for its soft, Poodle-like coat, though a few have the Cav’s longer, silkier, wavy coat. The Cavapoo can be a wide variety of colors including gold, black, white, Blenheim (brown and white), or tricolor (black, white, and tan). The Cavalier coat sheds, but the Poodle coat does not shed at all.
Character: The Cavapoo is friendly and energetic, thriving on human companionship. It is intelligent and can be somewhat hyper. Cavapoos tend to follow their owner from room to room, eager to play or just cuddle up. They may get into mischief or snoop around where you want to keep them out. Some Cavapoos are so attached to their owners that they suffer separation anxiety, barking and whining when their owner leaves without them.
Temperament: Cavapoos make great companions for anyone, from small children to an older people. They are friendly to everyone, including strangers, dogs, and other pets. Young children should be supervised around the Cavapoo to ensure they treat it with respect.
Care: The Cavapoo requires weekly brushing as its hair tends to knot frequently, if hair is kept long. Those with a Poodle coat require more frequent brushing. The toenails should be regularly inspected for snags in the fur, which must be gently uncaught. Cavapoos require clipping several times a year. The Cavapoo has a lifespan of 10-14 years, though some live up to 20 years.
Training: The Cavapoo is very intelligent and easily trained. A gentle and well varied approach is recommended. Most Cavapoos can learn a wide variety of tricks and are eager to please their owner. The Cavapoo can be house trained fairly quickly.
Activity: The Cavapoo requires daily exercise. Most of its needs can be met by indoor play, but it also enjoys walks, games, fetch, and outdoor exercise or a visit to the dog park. The Cavapoo is well suited to apartment life.