Breed Info


Devoted & Affectionate

  • Affectionate and loving
  • Curious and playful
  • Patient and smart
  • Can be trained with diligence
  • Great family pets
  • Loyal to their family and home


Regal & Expressive

Coat Types:

  • Curlier hair
  • Longer fur

Coat Colors:

  • White
  • Black
  • Blenheim (chestnut and white)
  • Tri-Color (black, white, and tan)
  • Ruby


  • 12-25lbs
  • 11-18 inches tall


High Activity

  • Highly active
  • Loves playtime indoors or outside
  • Plays well in a fenced yard or within an apartment
  • Enjoys going for walks

We Recommend:

  • 60mins of activity per day
  • 8 miles of walking per week

Also called the Cavoodle, this breed is a cross between a Toy/Miniature Poodle and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.

Bred in the late 1990's for:

  • Small size
  • Outgoing personality
  • Minimal shedding
  • Good with children

The History of Poodles:

  • Can be traced to Roman & Egyptian times
  • The French used the variety of poodle sizes for duck hunting, sniffing out truffles and small companions
  • Used in circuses because of how quickly they learned tricks
  • Was the most popular breed in America from the 1950's to the 90's

The History of Cavaliers:

  • Named after King Charles II
  • Can be traced back to England before the reign of the king
  • Cavaliers today have a flatter muzzle
  • Bred for royalty

Cavapoos make great family pets and personal companions. They're eager to please and do their best with training. Cavapoo pups have no undercoat and make them ideal for those with fur allergies. There is no such thing as a hypoallergenic dog, but these pups are a great option because of their minimal shedding.


These pups are considered high-maintenance when it comes to grooming. To keep your Cavapoo in tip-top shape we recommend:

  • Weekly brushing
  • Regular bathing
  • Scheduled trimmings
  • Ear checks
  • Nail clippings
  • Teeth brushing


In order to keep your pup mentally alert and as well-behaved as possible, it's important to train your Cavapoo. These pups are eager to please but with training we recommend:

  • Starting early
  • Use a gentle approach
  • Implement rewards such as praise or treats