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Cavapoo Puppies for Sale: Sweet and Cuddly Perfection

If you want a doting companion and a charming lapdog, a Cavapoo might be what you are looking for. Combining the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel’s sweet and docile nature with the Poodle’s vivacious personality, a Cavapoo for sale makes a loving addition for multiple households. It fits families with older children, other small pets, seniors, and bustling couples. Just make sure the dog goes with you everywhere.

Background of Cavapoo for Sale

Cavapoos are one of the few designer dogs with a documented history. Formal crosses originated in Australia. Founders of the Cavapoo breed intended to hang on to the Poodle’s intelligence but also dampen some neurotic tendencies and create a calmer, lower-energy pet. Australia presented the Cavapoo in the late 1990s. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was an offshoot of King Charles Spaniels, representing an effort to bring back the breed of King Charles II in the 1920s. _held a competition and selected the best male and female Blenheim Spaniel of the classic Toy Spaniel type with flatter heads and longer muzzles than the then-current King Charles Spaniel. Poodles have a no less messy history. They likely originated in Germany around the 1400s to retrieve waterfowl and were refined in France. The Cavapoo is not recognized by the AKC but can gain entry into hybrid registries such as the Designer Breed Registry and American Hybrid Dog Club. The AKC accepted the Poodle in 1887 and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel in 1995.


Cavapoos require the most care in the areas of affection and grooming.

Affection or Attention

King Charles Spaniels, the immediate ancestors of Cavaliers, were bred literally to be lapdogs. After failing as hunting dogs because of their tiny size and lack of stamina, they were tasked to warm laps. Your Cavapoo is not programmed to do well for any length of time without being near you. If you work long hours and cannot take your dog to work, a Cavapoo is not an appropriate pet for you. Another Cavapoo may prevent loneliness but will not substitute for the human affection and validation they crave. Cavapoos that are alone for excessive periods will become depressed and develop an anxiety disorder.


The grooming of a Cavapoo depends on a couple of factors.

  • Type of coat she inherits
  • Whether you keep it short or leave it natural

Cavapoos usually have a long, soft coat with curls that are looser than those you see on purebred Poodles. Such a coat needs daily brushing. Some Cavapoos have strong waves in their coats, and they can often go a day between brushing. Occasionally, your Cavapoo will have the straight silky hair of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, and you will only need to brush her twice a week. Many times if your Cavapoo has a typical curly or wavy coat, you may keep it clipped in a puppy or kennel cut. In this hairstyle, the fur on the body, legs, and feet is cut short. In one variation, the Teddy Bear cut, the hair on the head is rounded but otherwise left long. Dogs need a full grooming session every six to eight weeks. Those with continuously growing hair often get a bath every two to four weeks. You should always brush your dog when she is dry to prevent hair breakage. Additions to your grooming regimen are as follow. Cavapoo puppies for sale are just fluffballs with short hair all over, but you should get them accustomed to brushing and grooming at a young age. If you go with a professional groomer, contact them early.

  • Nail trim when you bathe – using a Dremel tool to polish or file the nails is a healthy alternative
  • Wipe the face with a damp tail daily
  • Products to clear away tear stains, especially in dogs with a lot of white on their faces
  • Clean ears every four weeks or more often if needed – check every other day for signs of infection such as redness, itching, a foul odor, and abnormal discharge
  • Some dogs need excess hair plucked out of the outer ear canal


A Cavapoo is a mix between the Poodle’s liveliness and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel’s low stamina. Plan on providing 30 to 50 minutes of exercise for your dog. If your dog has any shortness to his face, avoid exercises outside when it is hot or humid. Otherwise, Cavapoos are tolerant of temperatures below 86 degrees Fahrenheit. On the other end of the spectrum, they do best in the winter if it is above freezing. Cavapoos, like any dog, require mental stimulation. You can replace a portion of the physical activities with interactive games and advanced training. If you still have a puppy, you should replace physically challenging exercises with training and socialization. Allow your young pup to achieve most of its strenuous muscle exercises through play.


Your Cavapoo should be relatively easy to train. Sensitive and responsive, Cavapoos are eager to please you and obedient. A major challenge to overcome is your Cavapoo’s sensitivity. If you feel impatient, your best course of action is to skip training as your dog will quickly sense your impatience and frustration. Cavapoos may shut down learning when they feel negative vibes. Keep sessions with young puppies short and frequent. Some repetition is necessary, but find innovative training methods so as not to bore your Cavapoo. Cavapoos are likely to rank in the top 25 dogs based on working intelligence (ability to learn and retain commands). They rank even higher in emotional intelligence and have the ability to learn from observation and experience. Socialization is imperative in Cavapoo puppies for sale as they can easily become shy and fearful without guidance.

Cavapoo Puppies for Sale Near Me

Since the window for optimal socialization in dogs closes between 12 and 16 weeks, you want to choose puppies that appear to have been handled frequently by the breeder. Such puppies will be easy for you to work with when you bring one home. Ideally, any litters you consider should be nine weeks of age or older. This time frame gives them every possible chance to interact with their siblings and learn crucial points of canine etiquette. Otherwise, choose puppies that are not shy and withdrawn but that also do not push their brothers and sisters around. Finally, pick puppies that look well-fed and clean and that are free of any discharge from the eyes or nose.

Mini Cavapoo

Miniature Cavapoos will have a Miniature Poodle as one of their parents. The result is a crossbred dog that is 12 to 16 inches tall and weighs 16 to 25 pounds. Mini Cavapoos, unlike similar breeds, represent the most popular size of the Cavalier x Poodle mix. Some breeders use an alternative-sized Poodle, the Moyen (recognized by a few registries and is between Miniature and Standard Poodle in size), and obtain Cavapoos between 25 and 40 pounds. These dogs are great for people who want a sturdier and more rugged Cavapoo. Yet another option for people who love miniature dogs, the Toy or Teacup Cavapoo is under twenty-five pounds. Many Teacups are five to ten pounds and under 10 inches tall. These dogs, like others of its size category, are susceptible to organ dysfunction (heart and kidneys) and low blood sugar (hypoglycemia).

Cavapoo for Sale Personality

Cavapoos have shown tremendous growth in popularity in the 2020s because they are sweet, docile, and affectionate as well as portable. They are also intelligent although not quite the innate performers that purebred Miniature Poodles are. They bond closely with their owners and are prone to separation anxiety if they feel abandoned even for a few hours. Cavapoos can form bonds with multiple family members but often have a favorite person. Your Cavapoo should get along readily with other dogs and even cats if you expend sufficient effort on socialization. You must exercise care with your Cavapoo around larger dogs and small children who tend to be rough and clumsy. Smaller Cavapoos are prone to traumatic injuries, but the breed is also emotionally sensitive.


The Cavapoo is a Toy dog that resembles many other Doodles. As alluded to earlier, most Cavapoos are 10 to 14 inches tall and weigh 10 to 25 pounds. They have a slightly dome-shaped head with hanging ears and large, expressive eyes. Their brows tend to be prominent, and many have a slightly shortened muzzle. The neck is relatively long, the shoulders laidback and strong, and the body compact and balanced. Cavapoos have a level topline and a rather long tail that tapers from the base to the tip. One of the coveted features of the Cavapoo is its wavy or curly longa and hypoallergenic coat. The hairs are continuously growing and low-shedding. Cavapoos can be in many colors.

  • Cream
  • Tan
  • Chocolate
  • Black
  • Black & tan
  • Red
  • White

Most dogs are a solid color with white trim.