Cavapoo Puppies

ABOUT OUR BEAUTIFUL CAVAPOO PUPPIES FOR SALE!

Our Designer Cavapoo puppies are F1 Variations– meaning a 1st generation cross – or an F1b-meaning a 2nd generation hybrid. An F1 Cavapoo is a Purebred King Charles Cavalier bred to either a Purebred Mini or Toy poodle Male. An F1b puppy consists of an F1 Cavapoo female bred to either a Toy or Mini Poodle. Both hybrids have a very similar temperament although an F1b may be more active as they have more of the poodle genetics. There is no major difference in male versus female puppies.

  Blue Diamond Cavapoos Early Development Training.

Every Blue Diamond Cavapoo puppy goes through Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS). ENS is performed from day 3 to day 16 of the puppies life to get our puppies desensitized to human touch as well accustomed to different environments.  All Blue Diamond Cavapoo puppies are temperament tested by our Professional Puppy Trainer, Kimberly. She then writes each puppy’s individual descriptions based on their  own unique temperament. 

All parents are DNA Genetic Health tested to ensure we breed parents together that will produce the healthiest offspring .

Grooming and care for Cavapoo Puppies 

The F1 Cavapoo will have a wavy haircoat with minimal shedding and be semi-hypoallergenic. The F1b Cavapoo will have a curlier haircoat with no shedding and be hypoallergenic. Grooming upkeep is easier on an F1 Cavapoo. They require frequent brushing and should be on a 12-14 week grooming schedule. An F1b is harder to brush as they are curlier, they should be on a 6-8 week grooming schedule. If you keep their hair short they only need to be bathed every 6-8 weeks.

Cavapoo’s make great family dogs!

Our Cavapoos have a sweet, calm, and loving temperament. They have a medium energy level. This is a great breed if you are looking for an apartment dog or for first-time dog owners as they are very loyal and social. Potty training is normally easy with consistency. They are a good choice for all ages and therefore make great service dogs. Our Cavapoos range in sizes of 12-20 pounds and are 9-12 inches tall. Their life expectancy is 11-16 years.

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Our Available Cavapoo Puppies!

Male

8 Weeks Old

Breed: F1 Cavapoo

06/20/2024

Genetically Tested: Both Parents

$2995.00

Male

16 Weeks Old

Breed: F1b Cavapoo

04/23/2024

Genetically Tested: Both Parents

$1995.00

Male

15 Weeks Old

Breed: F1 Cavapoo

04/27/2024

Genetically Tested: Both Parents

$1995.00

Our puppies are all Temperament Tested by an independent Puppy Trainer who also writes all of our puppy descriptions! All descriptions are accurate! Interviews with the Puppy Trainer about the puppy of your choice are available upon request.All puppies with a price are available. Reserved puppies automatically rotate down to the adopted puppies once they have been reserved! Our Cavapoos are $3495.00-$2995.00. Sign up for the newsletter to be notified when we post a new litter!

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Some Adopted Cavapoo Puppies!

Goldilocks

Male

Adopted
Breed: F1 Cavapoo
Adopted By: Private
From: Private

Finny

Male

Adopted
Breed: F1 Cavapoo
Adopted By: Private
From: Private

Ozzy

Male

Adopted
Breed: F1b Toy Cavapoo
Adopted By: Private
From: Private

Loki

Male

Adopted
Breed: F1b Toy Cavapoo-Emotional Support
Adopted By: Private
From: Private

Jordan

Male

Adopted
Breed: F1b Toy Cavapoo
Adopted By: Private
From: Private

Emerson

Female

Adopted
Breed: F1b Cavapoo
Adopted By: Private
From: Private

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CAVAPOO PUPPIES

What actually is a Cavapoo? 

A Cavapoo is a crossbreed dog that is created by breeding a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with a Poodle. Cavapoos are known for being intelligent, social, and affectionate. They are often good with children and other pets, and are suitable for apartment living as well as for families with a yard.

History of the Cavapoo Breed

The Cavapoo breed is relatively new and was likely first developed in the United States in the 1950s or 1960s. It is thought that the Cavapoo was created in an effort to combine the sweet, gentle temperament of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with the intelligence and low-shedding coat of the Poodle. The Cavapoo has gained popularity in recent years due to its hypoallergenic coat and its friendly, outgoing personality.

Generation Variations of Cavapoos

There are several different “generations” of Cavapoos that are commonly bred, each of which is produced by breeding Cavapoos with one another or with purebred Cavalier King Charles Spaniels or Poodles. The different generations of Cavapoos are generally referred to as “F1,” “F1B,”, with each subsequent generation being farther removed from the original purebred ancestors.

F1 Cavapoos are produced by breeding a purebred Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, with a purebred Poodle. These dogs will be 50% Cavalier and 50% Poodle.

F1B Cavapoos are produced by breeding a F1 Cavapoo to a Purebred Poodle. These dogs will be 25% Cavalier and 75% Poodle.

It’s important to note that the terms “F1,” “F1B,” and so on are not recognized by the American Kennel Club or other major kennel clubs, as Cavapoos are not purebred dogs. These terms are used more informally by breeders and individuals who are interested in Cavapoos.

Coat Colors of Cavapoo Dogs

Cavapoos can come in a variety of colors, as both Cavalier King Charles Spaniels and Poodles can have coats in many different shades. Some common coat colors for Cavapoos include:

Blenheim: A combination of red and white
Ruby: Solid red
Black and Tan: Black with tan markings
Tri-color: Black, white, and tan
Black: Solid black
White: Solid white
Apricot: Light orange or peach
Silver: Gray or silver
Brown: Various shades of brown

Cavapoos may also have a coat that is a mix of two or more of these colors. It’s important to note that coat color is not a reliable indicator of a Cavapoo’s temperament or health.

What kind of Coat do Cavapoos have?

Cavapoos can have either a curly or a wavy coat, depending on the specific genetics inherited from their purebred parents. Cavapoos with a curly coat tends to have tight, spiral curls that may be more prone to matting if not properly groomed. Cavapoos with wavy coats tends to have a softer, looser wave to their fur. Both types of coats can be soft and silky to the touch.

Cavapoos with a curly coat may need to be trimmed or shaped by a groomer on a regular basis, while Cavapoos with a wavy coat may only need to be brushed and combed weekly to prevent tangles.

Are Cavapoos Hypoallergenic?

Cavapoos are generally considered to be a hypoallergenic breed, as they shed very little and produce less dander (dead skin cells) than many other breeds of dogs. This makes them a good choice for people who are allergic to dogs, as they may be less likely to trigger allergies.

However, it’s important to note that no breed of dog is entirely hypoallergenic, and even Cavapoos may still cause some allergic reactions in sensitive individuals.

If you are considering getting a Cavapoo and are allergic to dogs, it’s a good idea to spend some time with a Cavapoo before making the commitment to owning one. You could also speak with your allergist or try using allergy medication to see if it helps manage any symptoms you may experience.

What kind of Temperament do Cavapoos have?
Cavapoos are known for being intelligent, social, and affectionate dogs. They are often good with children and other pets and are suitable for apartment living as well as for families with a yard. Cavapoos tend to have a moderate energy level and do well with moderate exercise, such as daily walks or play sessions.

Cavapoos can be sensitive and may be sensitive to loud noises or sudden movements, so consider this if you have a household with young children who are prone to rough play. It’s important to socialize with Cavapoos from an early age and to provide them with consistent, positive training to help them become well-rounded and well-behaved pets.

Overall, Cavapoos are generally friendly and outgoing dogs that are happy to be around people and other animals. They can make great companion pets for individuals or families who are looking for a loyal, affectionate dog.

Care for your Cavapoo

Cavapoos are generally easy to care for and make great pets for first-time dog owners. Here are some additional tips for caring for your Cavapoo:

Provide your Cavapoo with regular exercise. Cavapoos have a moderate energy level and do well with daily walks or play sessions.
Grooming your Cavapoo’s coat. Cavapoos may require regular grooming to keep their coat looking their best. Those with a curly coat may need to be trimmed or shaped by a groomer, while those with a wavy coat may only need to be brushed and combed weekly to prevent tangles.

Feed your Cavapoo a high-quality diet. Cavapoos are generally healthy dogs, but like most breeds, they can be prone to a few health conditions. Providing your Cavapoo with a high-quality diet can help to prevent or mitigate these conditions.

Keep your Cavapoo vaccinations up to date. Cavapoos, like all dogs, need to be vaccinated to protect them from preventable diseases.
Regular veterinary checkups. It’s essential to take your Cavapoo to the vet for regular checkups to ensure that they are healthy and to catch any potential issues early on. By following these care tips, you can help to keep your Cavapoo happy and healthy.

How often do Cavapoos need to be Groomed?

The frequency of grooming needed for a Cavapoo will depend on the specific type of coat they have. Cavapoos with a curly coat may need to be trimmed or shaped by a groomer every few months, while those with a wavy coat may only need to be brushed and combed weekly to prevent tangles.

In general, it’s a good idea to have your cavapoo groomed at least once a week to keep its coat looking its best and to remove tangles or mats. During grooming sessions, you should also check your Cavapoo’s ears for any signs of infection, such as redness or discharge, and clean them if necessary. You should also trim your Cavapoo’s nails if they become too long, as long nails can be uncomfortable for your dog and may even cause problems with their gait.

If you are unsure about grooming your Cavapoo, you can consult with a groomer or your veterinarian for guidance. They can show you how to properly groom your Cavapoo and recommend the best tools and techniques to use.

Exercising your Cavapoo!

Cavapoos have a moderate energy level and do well with moderate exercise. It’s crucial to provide your Cavapoo with regular exercise to help them maintain a healthy weight and to keep them mentally and physically stimulated. Here are some ways you can exercise your Cavapoo:

Daily walks. Taking your Cavapoo for a daily walk is a great way to provide them with exercise and mental stimulation. Try for at least 30 minutes of walking per day.
Playtime in the yard. If you have a yard, you can play fetch or other games with your Cavapoo to give them some extra exercise.
Doggy playdates. Consider setting up playdates with other dogs in your area to provide your Cavapoo with some socialization and exercise.
Doggy daycare. If you cannot provide your Cavapoo with enough exercise during the day, consider enrolling them in a doggy day care center where they can play and socialize with other dogs.
By providing your Cavapoo with regular exercise, you can help to keep them healthy and happy.

Cavapoos Training!

Training your Cavapoo can be a rewarding experience for both you and your dog. Cavapoos are intelligent and generally eager to please, which makes them easy to train. Here are some tips for training your Cavapoo:

Use positive reinforcement. Cavapoos respond well to positive reinforcement, such as treats, praise, and affection. Avoid using punishment or physical force when training your Cavapoo.
Start training early. It’s best to start training your Cavapoo as soon as you bring them home. This will help them to learn good habits from an early age.

Keep training sessions short and positive. Training sessions should be short, positive, and enjoyable for both you and your Cavapoo. If you start to feel frustrated or your Cavapoo becomes disinterested, it’s time to end the session.

Be consistent. It’s important to be consistent with your training methods and rules to help your Cavapoo understand what is expected of them.
Enroll in a training class. Consider enrolling in a training class with your Cavapoo. This can be a great way to learn new training techniques and to socialize your Cavapoo with other dogs. By following these tips, you can help your Cavapoo learn good habits and become a well-behaved companion.

Can Cavapoos be Registered?

Cavapoos are not recognized as a purebred breed by the American Kennel Club (AKC) or other major kennel clubs. This means that Cavapoos cannot be registered with the AKC or other kennel clubs as purebred dogs.

However, Cavapoos can be registered with certain organizations that recognize mixed-breed dogs, such as the American Canine Hybrid Club and the International Designer Canine Registry. These organizations maintain registries of Cavapoos and other mixed-breed dogs and may allow you to register your Cavapoo if you provide certain documentation, such as proof of parentage.

It’s important to note that registering your Cavapoo with an organization like the American Canine Hybrid Club or the International Designer Canine Registry is different from purebred registration with a kennel club like the AKC.

Cavapoos that are registered with these organizations are not considered purebred dogs and do not have the same recognition as purebred dogs that are registered with the AKC or other kennel clubs.

Can Cavapoos be used for therapy dogs?

Cavapoos can potentially be used as therapy dogs, as they are generally intelligent, social, and affectionate breeds. Therapy dogs are highly trained to provide comfort and companionship to people who are sick, elderly, or otherwise in need of support. Therapy dogs are often brought to hospitals, nursing homes, schools, and other settings to provide comfort and support to people in these environments.

To be used as a therapy dog, a Cavapoo would need to be well-behaved and comfortable in a variety of settings and would need to have a calm and gentle disposition. They would also need to be trained to perform specific tasks or behaviors that are appropriate for a therapy setting.

If you are interested in using your Cavapoo as a therapy dog, you can contact a therapy dog organization to learn more about the requirements and steps involved. These organizations can provide you with more information about how to get your Cavapoo trained and certified as a therapy dog.
Do Cavapoos get along with other dogs and pets?
Cavapoos are generally social and get along well with other dogs and pets. They are often good with children and other pets and can make great companion dogs for families with multiple pets.

It’s important to remember that every Cavapoo is an individual, and some may be more social than others. It’s a good idea to socialize your Cavapoo from an early age and to expose them to a variety of people and animals to help them learn to get along with others.

If you are introducing a Cavapoo to a new household with other pets, it’s a good idea to do so slowly and to give all of the pets some time to adjust to one another. You may also want to consider providing each pet with its own space, such as a crate or separate room, to give them a place to retreat to if they need some time alone.

By providing your Cavapoo with positive socialization and training, you can help them learn to get along with other dogs and pets and become a well-rounded companion.

Is a Cavapoo Puppy a good fit for families with kids?

Cavapoos can make great pets for families with children, as they are generally intelligent, social, and affectionate breeds. They are often good with children and are known for being patient and gentle.

It’s important to remember that every Cavapoo is an individual, and some may be more patient and tolerant of children than others. It’s a good idea to supervise interactions between children and any pet, including a Cavapoo, to ensure that everyone is safe and comfortable.

It’s also important to teach children how to behave around pets and to respect their boundaries. Children should be taught not to bother a Cavapoo when they are eating, sleeping, or using the bathroom and should be reminded to be gentle with the dog.

By providing your Cavapoo with positive socialization and training and by teaching your children how to behave around pets, you can help your Cavapoo and your children learn to get along and become a happy, well-adjusted family.

Do Cavapoos have a tendency to bark a lot?

Cavapoos, like all dogs, may bark at times, but they do not generally have a tendency to be excessive barkers. Cavapoos are generally quiet dogs and are not known for being prone to excessive barking.

However, all dogs, including Cavapoos, may bark more if they are not properly trained or if they are anxious or distressed. Barking can also be a sign of boredom or lack of mental and physical stimulation.

To help prevent excessive barking, it’s essential to provide them with regular exercise, mental stimulation, and training. You should also teach your Cavapoo to bark only when necessary, such as to alert you to the presence of an intruder or to alert you to their own needs, such as the need to go outside to use the bathroom.

By providing your Cavapoo with proper training, exercise, and mental stimulation, you can help to prevent excessive barking and ensure that your Cavapoo is a well-behaved companion.

What is the Average Cavapoo LifeSpan?

The lifespan of a Cavapoo can vary depending on a number of factors, including size, genetics, and overall health. On average, Cavapoos can live between 10 and 15 years.

Cavapoos are typically healthy dogs, but like most breeds, they can be more prone to certain health conditions. Some common health issues that may affect Cavapoos include hip dysplasia, heart problems, and eye issues.

To help ensure your Cavapoo has a long and healthy life, it’s important to provide them with regular veterinary care, a high-quality diet, and regular exercise. You should also be aware of any potential health issues that may affect Cavapoos and discuss these with your veterinarian. By taking good care of your Cavapoo, you can help to ensure that they enjoy a long and happy life.

 

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