Cavapoo Puppies For Sale
Frequently Asked Questions
The average weight of an adult Cavapoo is between 15 to 20 pounds with a height of between 18 to 14 inches.
It depends on which parent breed they take after more. If your Cavapoo has more Poodle in their genes then there is a good chance that it will be more hypoallergenic then if they had more Cavalier in their genes. It is important to note, that no dog is truly 100% hypoallergenic.
They are not known for their barking, but all dogs are different. If you notice your Cavapoo beginning such habit, it must be nipped in the bud. These dogs are easily trainable so it won’t be difficult.
Cavapoo’s have an average life expectancy of 11 to 15 years.
Yes! Cavapoo’s have a friendly and playful temperament which makes them an excellent companion for children. However, just like any small dog, young children should always be supervised when they are around any dog, no matter the breed.
The Cavapoo is energetic in its nature and therefore requires regular exercise and daily walks to remain healthy. Playing a game of tug or fetch with them along with a walk will ensure that your puppy’s needs are met.
Cavapoos may be curly like the Poodle or straight and wavy like the Cavalier. Once a puppy reaches the age of 6 weeks old you can see what type of coat they will have. You can get both coat types in the same litter.
There is no difference. The Cavapoo and Cavoodle are both names for the Poodle and Cavalier mix. They are also known as Cavipoo, Cavadoodle, Cavapoodle, and a Cavadoo.
They can be solid or multi colored. The most common colors are black, white and brown.
Because of their small stature, they don’t require a lot of food. Generally, 1 cup of food per day is plenty. This should be broken up into two parts - half in the morning and half at dinner time.
F1 Cavapoos are the result of breeding a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Poodle. When 2 Cavapoos are bred together, they are referred to as an F2. When an F2 Cavapoo is bred to another F2 Cavapoo, they are known as an F3. However, if an F1 Cavapoo is bred to either a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel or a Poodle, they are referred as being F1B.
Smaller breeds can be a challenge to housebreak, compared to the bigger breeds. However, these little ones are intelligent so with consistency and praise, it will surely be successful.
Cavapoos are brave so you can count on them to alert you when something is amiss, but don’t rely on them much for protection.
The Cavapoo can have different coats depending on their genes, so it us up to you to decide if you want your Cavapoo to have shorter or longer hair. It is optimal to take your little one to the groomer every 2 to 3 months to keep them clean and trim.
Not at all! Due to their smart and curious nature, these crossbreeds are easy to train. This is especially true for Cavoodles who take after their Poodle parent.
We absolutely adore our adorable Christmas pup we named her Bear. She has the sweetest personality. She loves to play with our 5yr old golden doodle, kids and very social with everyone. We can take her anywhere and she gives lots of kisses and loves to play. We had the best experience picking her up from Ohio it was so easy and she is happy, healthy and the perfect addition to our family in AZ! Thank you premier pups we are in love!??
Our new cava poo Zelda is our second dog from premier pups. We got a teddy bear from them about 2 years ago and we were so happy with our experience that when we decided to get a cavapoo we knew premier was the place we wanted to go. So we watched the website for months waiting for just the right puppy and when she came up we got in the car and made the 12 hour round trip drive to get her and we couldn't be happier. The facility is top notch, and the staff is very friendly and they take make sure you have everything you need to transition your new puppy, including food, all the starter medications to keep them healthy, care and feeding instructions, and they go the extra step of checking in on the puppy's after adoption.
Update: We purchased Beau in March 2016 at 9 weeks old. He turned 2 on January 2 and is now a Therapy Dog. He brings so much joy to children and hospital patients. We are so fortunate to have this wonderful, loving dog in our life. Thanks to Premier for making our dreams come true!
Oh my!!! Where should I begin. We literally just received our Flash and I think I / WE are already in love. He’s so adorable and mild mannered (so far). This is our first pet/puppy so I know we have our work cut out for us. Premier pups has been awesome so far. Our pup arrived to us in style and first class by Mike and his elves. My kids had no clue and they were thoroughly surprised. Initially we were nervous about getting our pup “online” without seeing him in person but I’m glad that did not hinder us. Flash looks just like his photos and videos. He is well groomed and seems like a happy puppy. We can’t wait to create memories with the newest addition to our family. Thank you Premier Pups. Special thanks to Roger & Mike and to everyone working behind the scenes. If you are skeptical don’t be. The process was seamless.
My husband and I did our homework, trying o pick a puppy that fit our lifestyle and found Premier Pup website. We went back and forth with several breeds and found our perfect CavaPoo puppy Penny (previously known as Nanci) of course we made the decision while on our cruise during our honeymoon. When we finally docked in Nassau Bahamas I quickly logged in, praying she was still available, and we were happily surprised when she was. The process was easy, the follow up after pick up was both helpful and thoughtful. She is the perfect fit into our little family. Now already 1 year old I can honestly say although we were initially apprehensive, the process Premier Pups have put in place is amazing. We picked Penny up in Ohio; the facility was very clean, the staff helpful, and truth be told the second they put that beautiful puppy in my hands my heart melted, and I shed a few tears of joy. We will be moving next spring, to a larger house, and I can guarantee we will be logging on to see if we can expand the family.
We adopted (formally Sarge) Milos in Dec 2018. We looked at a couple of other places, but found PP was all around the best in customer service and healthily puppies. After talking with our friends we found out they just adopted a puppy (in November 2018) from PP. This made the decision a lot easier to go forward. The whole process was easy. From the days before delivery to the booked flight and pickup process from the airport. We purchased the puppy transition kit and that was really helpful. You could always contact them with any concerns or questions. We highly recommend PP to anyone who is looking to adopt a special puppy!
I highly recommend Premier Pups. Oliver became a part of my family almost 2 yrs ago. He is the most amazing dog. I could immediately tell he came from a great breeder. He was so easy to train and I am told is the most popular pup at doggie daycare. So sweet, loving and very smart! He even lets himself out of his car seat when he needs to go the bathroom! (See picture). When it is time to welcome another pup in our home, I will be purchasing from Premier Pups!
We were hesitant to buy a puppy online sight unseen. However, we have had a positive experience with Premier Pups. They were responsive and organized. We had him shipped on an airplane to Minneapolis, which went smooth. We were impressed that the company called to check up on him and sent with him medicines and food to get started. We would recommend Premier Pups to anyone looking to buy a puppy!
Rocky arrived on 10/2/16 and he has been pure joy! He's so playful and fun! He has been crate trained from the first night he was with us and is doing well! A big thank you to Premier Pups for all your help and instruction!
What a wonderful experience and our family has two new additions. The support we had received to make sure the pups were doing well was exceptional. They are adjusting so well and we could not be happier. Thank you so much ????
Intelligent, Loving, Social
|Adult Weight||8-20 lbs|
|Adult Height||9-14 in|
|Life Expectancy||12-15 yrs|
|Rating||5.0 (71 reviews)|
If you love small, intelligent dogs, then you will appreciate the amazing attributes of the Cavapoo, a cross between the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the Poodle. Also, known as the Cavadoodle or Cavoodle, this designer breed originated in Australia and has become incredibly popular in the United States due to their low shedding characteristic and obvious intelligence. Australian breeders began intentionally mixing the Cavalier Spaniel and the Poodle back in the 90s in a bid to create a puppy with the amazing qualities of both breeds.
Appearance and Grooming
This small puppy has a fluffy coat that varies from straight, to wavy or curly. They come in different colors with the most common being black, brown, tricolor, white and yellow. Due to the breed having one parent that does there is a minimal possibility that your puppy may shed. Its coat needs to be frequently brushed to avoid tangles. Brushing also helps to remove dirt, especially around the legs. The fur should be periodically cut throughout the year and more often on the legs, muzzle and around the eyes.
Just like their parent the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, they will be a very affectionate dog that loves to be with its family, but like the poodle will require more mental stimulation. These dogs are very connected with their owners and if left alone for long periods of time can become anxious and even form a habit of barking.
Family and Companionship
These loveable lap dogs are great companions and the perfect family pet. They will fit right in to their new environment in no time at all. Fool of energy and always ready to play, these dogs are perfect for children, though because of their small size it is important to supervise during playtime.
The Cavapoo is energetic in its nature and therefore requires regular exercise and walks to remain healthy. Playing a game of tug or fetch with them along with a walk will ensure that your puppy’s needs are met. They do not require as much exercise as Poodles, but are a bit more outgoing than Cavaliers.
Training and Socialization
Due to its energetic and social attitude, it is important to regularly socialize your puppy with other dogs and people throughout its life. This is a fun loving and clever dog that can easily be trained and responds well to positive reinforcement from persons who behave fairly toward him and who show consistency and patience. Training in agility and competitive obedience is also great for Cavapoos as they are an intelligent breed that is eager to learn.