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About the Cavapoo



The Cavapoo (also sometimes called a Cavoodle or Cavadoodle) is a cross between a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Poodle.  Many believe this adorable breed first originated in Australia around the 1990's but it's hard to know for sure. The main goal in mind when first breeding the Cavapoo, was to create a healthy, charming dog breed with all of the loveable qualities of both their parent breeds. A dog that would be ideal for those with allergies and an ideal family companion. The Cavapoo's sweet nature, small size, and adorable look has helped the breed rise in popularity over the years. Cavapoos are now becoming a popular choice among many families and the breed is still ever growing in popularity around the world!


The Poodle breed ranges in a few different sizes. Since the Cavapoo is mixed with a Poodle which can vary in size, the Cavapoo can also range in those sizes including; Toy (6-10lbs), Miniature (12-18lbs), Moyen/medium (22-35lbs), and standard/large (45-60lbs). The Toy and Miniature sizes are most popular, as they are a perfect lap dog size. The larger sized Cavapoos are called "Cuddle Cavapoos". They can range anywhere from 25-60lbs. The Cuddle Cavapoo is perfect for those who like all of the qualities of the smaller Cavapoo but prefer a sportier dog. We only use Toy and Miniature Poodles as parents to our Cavapoos.


Red, cream, apricot, black, brown, black and tan, tri, and parti (white as the base color, spotted with another color). Cavapoos can range in so many different colors! Reds have become very popular, but ALL colors are adorable! To see pictures of some of our past Cavapoos and colors go to our Cavapoo gallery page.

Temperament & Characteristics:

The Cavapoo is known for their exceptional temperament, making them an ideal family pet or companion for almost anyone. Cavapoos are extremely friendly and sweet. If you want a "little shadow" and a dog that wants to be with you night and day, this is the breed for you! They get along extremely well with children and other animals. Cavapoos are intelligent and strive to please their human family. They are very people-oriented, making them a great choice for first time dog owners, as they are adaptable and easy to handle. Because they are so fond of their humans, they can develop separation anxiety when left alone. This is less likely to happen if training starts at puppyhood. Cavapoos are bright and typically easy to train as long as you are consistent (treats are also helpful). All training should be handled in a gentle, calm, positive manner as Cavapoos are a sensitive breed. House training may be more difficult. Cavapoos can be slower to mature and may require a longer time frame to house break than other breeds. Patience and positive reinforcement are key. Cavapoos like to alert their owners of any visitor that is coming but aside from this they are not excessive barkers like some breeds, such as Terriers. With their loyal, social, and gentle demeanor Cavapoos can make great therapy dogs. In all, enough good things cannot be said for the Cavapoo breed. You really need to meet them to to fully understand why they are becoming one of the most popular dog breeds in the world. But beware! When you meet a Cavapoo they will steal a piece of your heart! You will fall in love and find out that you must have one of these loveable little dogs!