Cavapoos are delightful little fluff balls. They are bred from a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, which has long been a calm and loving companion dog to English Royalty, and Poodles, which are known for their intelligence, happy nature, and curly non shedding coats. A well bred cavapoo is fluffy, snuggly, eager to please, easy to train, non-yappy, no-low shed with a wavy/loose curl. They are very tolerant with low aggression, which makes them excellent family pets and good for first time dog owners. Their flexible exercise needs makes them great apartment dogs. They can work up to be a running partner with you, and they are also fine with a short walk. They adore their humans, and shouldn't be left alone for long periods of time. On average, our Cavapoos are 9-15 pounds full grown. We breed F1 and F1b Cavapoos.
50% Cavalier / 50% Poodle
Cavalier Parent + Poodle Parent = F1 Cavapoo
Low/No Shedding. Fluffy coat of loose curls. Most report that they do not experience allergies with F1 Cavapoos.
Below is a slideshow of our F1 Cavapoos
25% Cavalier / 75% Poodle
F1 Cavapoo Parent + Poodle Parent = F1b Cavapoo
Better for those with severe allergies. Typically a slightly curlier coat and more facial resemblance to the poodle
Below is a slideshow of our F1b Cavapoos
Micro Goldendoodles tend to be 12-18 pounds full grown, and sometimes smaller. They are a multigenerational mix between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle, meaning that one or both parents has come from generations of goldendoodles. They are great for those with allergies - the poodle bred in through the generations makes the shedding almost non existent. These cute babies are another great family dog choice of a poodle mix. They are intelligent, happy, tolerant, easy to train, and do very well with children, at an easy to manage (but not easily hurt) size. I don't do goldendoodle litters as often as I do cavapoos, but I have added a couple new goldendoodle moms because I enjoyed our last litter (pictured below) so much.