- Cavapoo puppies ready for your home mid August 2023
- Parents are Oliver a small Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. The first mom is Ember is a 24 lbs poodle from our line of red poodles. Her dad is Squid and mom Gabby. Both parents are Embark DNA tested and OFA Hips, Elbows, Patella, Heart, Eyes. The second mom is Bama, an adorable 10 lbs mini poodle who is a merle pattern plus has 2 blue eyes. She is also fully health tested.
- Put a puppy deposit down soon to hold your spot to choose a Cavapoo puppy
- Puppies from Ember should be 15-25 lbs and 12-16” tall. Bama pups should be 10-15 lbs and 12-14” tall. Cavaliers are stocky and the Cavapoo pups can stay short but be heavy.
- Cavapoo pups from Ember will be dark red and some could have white markings. Bama pups could be a wide variety of colors including merle.
- Coats will be straight to wavy and low to no shed
- Parents have sweet and very loyal personalities that are great with kids, cats & dogs.
Have you always dreamed of owning a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, yet hesitated because of the shedding or their health concerns? Well have we got an option for you! By blending a Cavalier to a poodle the puppies are either low shed or very low shed. This cross is also a huge help to reduce or eliminate the Cavaliers many potential health problems. Poodles and Cavaliers only share a few common health concerns. The Cavalier specific genetic diseases are not an issue in Poodles. This means your 1/2 Cavalier and 1/2 Poodle won’t express the inherited negative genes and be affected since it takes both parents genes to produce the problem. In Finland there is a Cavalier improvement mission where Cavalier breeders must breed to another breed, then they can cross those 1/2 cavalier offspring back to a Cavalier. This is to help diversify the gene pool and hopefully eradicate the Cavalier specific debilitating genes. Poodles are one of the breeds they list as approved to be added to a Cavalier family tree.
More info below on Cavalier health and cross-bred dogs for improvement of health
Cavalier breeding improvement program by cross-breeding