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Discover the joy of Cavapoo puppies!  These adorable companions are a crossbreed of Cavalier King Charles Spaniels and Poodles, offering a delightful combination of traits. 

Learn more about this breed.

Q: What are the typical characteristics of Cavapoos?

A: They are known for their friendly and affectionate nature, as well as their intelligence and adaptability. They are often considered hypoallergenic and have a low-shedding coat.


Q: Are Cavapoos good with children and other pets?

A: Yes, These breed are generally good with children and other pets when properly socialized from an early age. They are known for their gentle and sociable nature.


Q: Do Cavapoos require a lot of grooming?

A: They have a low-shedding, wavy or curly coat that requires regular brushing to prevent matting. They may also require occasional professional grooming to maintain their appearance.


Q: How big do Cavapoos typically grow?

A: The size of this breed can vary depending on the size of the parent breeds. Generally, these dogs range in size from small to medium, with an average weight of 12 to 25 pounds (5.4 to 11.3 kilograms).


Q: Are Cavapoos easy to train?

A: They are intelligent and eager to please, making them relatively easy to train. Positive reinforcement techniques, consistency, and patience are key to their training success.


Q: Are Cavapoos suitable for apartment living?

A: Yes, this can adapt well to apartment living due to their moderate exercise needs and adaptable nature. Regular walks and playtime are essential to keep them physically and mentally stimulated.


Q: Do Cavapoos have any specific health concerns?

A: Cavapoos may be prone to some health issues that can affect their parent breeds, such as hip dysplasia, ear infections, and certain genetic conditions. It's important to choose a reputable breeder who conducts health screenings on their breeding dogs.


Q: Do Cavapoos bark a lot?

A: They are generally not excessive barkers. However, like any dog, their barking behavior can vary depending on individual temperament, training, and environment. Proper socialization and training can help manage their barking tendencies.


Q: Where can I find Cavapoo puppies for sale near me?

A: You can find Cavadoodle puppies for sale near you through reputable breeders, local pet stores, or by searching online platforms that connect buyers with breeders.


Q: Are there any Cavapoo puppies near me for sale?

A: Yes, there are puppies for sale near you. Conduct an online search, check with local breeders, or visit reputable pet stores to find available puppies in your area.


Q: How can I locate Cavapoo breeders near me?

A: To find breeders near you, search online directories, visit dog shows or events, and reach out to local breed clubs or enthusiast groups for recommendations.


Q: What is the average price of Cavapoo puppies for sale?

A: The price of Cavadoodle puppies for sale can vary based on factors such as the breeder's reputation, bloodline, and the puppy's characteristics. On average, Cavapoo puppies can range from $1,500 to $4,000 or more.


Q: What colors can we find the cavapoo?

A: Solid Colors: Cavapoos can come in solid colors such as black, white, cream, apricot, red, chocolate, or brown. These solid colors can vary in shades and intensities. Parti-colors: Parti-color Cavapoos have a white base coat with patches of any other recognized color, such as black, red, or apricot. The patches can be of varying sizes and can appear in various patterns.

Phantom: Phantom Cavapoos have a specific coat pattern where they have two distinct colors. Typically, their base color is lighter (such as cream, white, or silver) and the secondary color appears in specific areas like the ears, face, and legs. Common phantom combinations include black and tan or chocolate and tan.

Tri-color: Tri-color Cavapoos have a coat with three distinct colors. This often includes a combination of white, black, and tan. The distribution of colors can vary, but typically the white is the dominant color with patches of black and tan.

Merle: Some Cavapoos may inherit the merle gene, resulting in a merle coat pattern. Merle Cavapoos have a base color with a marbled or mottled pattern, often with patches of darker or lighter colors. The merle pattern can come in various combinations, such as blue merle or red merle.

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