Cavapoo Puppies for sale, Micro Cavapoos & Teacup Cavapoo Puppies
The Cavapoo dog is among the smallest and sweetest designer breeds available. Teacup Cavapoos are a cross of the King Charles Cavalier Spaniel and a Toy Poodle. Across the world these doodle puppies are also called Cavoodles, Cavadoodles or Cavalier Poodles. Whatever you choose to call them, they are absolutely precious!
If you're looking for Teacup Cavapoo puppies for sale near you, we have puppies available and we work hand in hand with a pet nannies who can deliver them across the nation. Cavadoodle puppies are estimated to be between 7 - 15 lbs fully grown, while Micro Cavapoo puppies are estimated to be between 5-10 lbs. They have the softest non-shedding hypoallergenic coats, and of the doodle dog breeds, teacup cavapoos are among the most family friendly pets. Cavadoodle puppies come in all sizes, colors, and temperaments. We strive to provide well behaved beautiful puppies that families and individuals can love and cherish for years to come! Below are our teacup cavapoo puppies and micro cavapoo puppies for sale.
Cavapoo Puppies For Sale
Litter Info for Willow & Chester Toy Cavapoo Puppies
- Estimated Size : abt 10 - 20 lbs
- Born : Apr 11, 2022
- Parents : Willow & Chester
- Breeder : Lindsey's Doodles
- Availability : 2 Girls & 4 Boys Available
- Go Home : abt June 6th, 2022
- Generation : F1B Toy Cavapoos
Willow - Mom
F1 Cavapoo : 22 lbs
Chester - Dad
Mini Poodle : 12 lbs
Litter Info for Dotty & Pinecone's Micro Cavapoo Puppies
- Estimated Size : abt 5 - 10 lbs
- Born : Mar 30, 2022
- Parents : Dotty & Pinecone
- Breeder : Golden Curls
- Availability : 1 Girl & 1 Boy Available
- Go Home : abt May 25th, 2022
- Generation : F1B Micro Cavapoos
Dotty - Mom
F1 Cavapoo : 10 lbs
Pinecone - Dad
Teacup Poodle : 5 lbs
Puppies Available Nationwide
To pick up your puppy, you are welcome to fly in to the SLC airport and we will meet you at the airport; or we can recommend a couple puppy nannies that can deliver them to your nearest airport.
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What is a Cavapoo?
Cavapoo puppies are a designer breed that is both adorable and friendly. This cross between a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Toy Poodle is the ultimate in perfection with the face of a spaniel, & body of a poodle. They are a designer, hypo-allergenic, family friendly dog that is meant to be with kids. They are very good natured and eager to please. Cavapoo puppies aren't bred to be aggressive at all. Also known as Cavapoo puppies or Cav-a-poo puppies, these designer breed dogs are intelligent and easy to train. Despite the designer name, cavapoo puppies have been helping people for centuries and make amazing family pets.
The cavapoo is a designer dog that is hypoallergenic, less shedding and has a happy disposition. Micro Cavapoo's & Teacup Cavapoo's are affectionate, calm, cheerful and eager to please. They are cute companions that are not a yippy or aggressive breed, and they get along well with children.
Check out our adorable Teacup Cavapoo Puppies for sale and let us know if you have any questions before reserving a puppy. We want to make sure every puppy has a great home that's the right fit for both you and the pup. If you have any allergy concerns or size concerns be sure to contact us before reserving a puppy!
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Previous Micro & Teacup Cavapoo Puppies
How big will a Cavapoo get?
Because Teacup Cavapoos and Micro Cavapoos are smaller than the full size King Charles Cavalier we'd like to break down our precious doodle sizing to help. The King Charles cavalier is estimated to be between 15-25 lbs fully grown; so when we breed a king charles cavalier spaniel with a toy poodle that's only 5 lbs, the children are estimated to be smaller. Our Teacup Cavapoo puppies are estimated to be between 7 lbs & 15 lbs fully grown; while our Micro Cavapoos are estimated to be between 5 lbs & 10 lbs fully grown. To determine the estimated range for the puppies we take both parents weights into account, previous litters adult weights and the range of the puppies within the litter. With all these factors we can give our best estimate to how big we think they'll be, but there are always surprises.
- Standard Cavapoo : 15 - 25 lbs
- Toy Cavapoo : 10 - 20 lbs
- Teacup Cavapoo : 7 - 15 lbs
- Micro Cavapoo : 5 - 10 lbs
- F1 Cavapoo : King Charles Cavalier X Poodle
- F1B Cavapoo : F1 Cavapoo X Poodle
- F1BB Cavapoo : F1B Cavapoo X Poodle
- MultiGen Cavapoo : Cavapoo X Cavapoo
Read through our Frequently Asked Questions to help understand the Cavapoo breed
What is a Cavadoodle?
A Cavadoodle is another name for Cavapoo. A Cavapoo puppy is a mixed breed designer dog. The Cavadoodle breed comes from breeding a King Charles Cavalier or other Cavalier with a Poodle. The Cavapoo puppy is a very popular designer dog because of the loving, gentle nature of the King Charles Cavalier; as well as the hypoallergenic benefits that come from the poodle. Our Precious Cavapoo puppies are like our own little babies! They are family friendly, playful, and naturally cuddly by nature. Cavadoodles are great family pets and do really well with children, they are great for therapy or companion dogs too.
How big is a Teacup Cavapoo?
Cavapoo puppies size depends on the size of the parents. A King Charles Cavalier bred with a Toy Poodle is usually estimated to be half of the combined parents weighs; give or take a few pounds. Our Teacup Cavapoos are estimated to range between 7 lbs & 15 lbs fully grown; while our Micro Cavadoodle puppies are estimated to be under 10 lbs. They are the perfect size for going on walks, or playing with children, and they make fantastic snuggle buddies. Cavadoodle puppies are the sweetest little cuddlebugs and small enough for those that can't handle big dogs.
Will Cavapoos shed?
Whether or not a Goldendoodle shed's is largely dependent on how much poodle they have. There are some exceptions but generally speaking, when you have more poodle you have less shedding. Because poodles do not shed anymore than you or I do, they bring that fantastic trait to the Golden doodle coat. When they are only 50% poodle, most Goldendoodles will still have some light shedding. As a general rule I try to encourage families looking for hypoallergenic dogs to look for a Goldendoodle that is at least 75% poodle.
Cavapoo puppies have many different names they are commonly called. Cavapoos are the most common name, but they are also called Cavadoodle, Cavapoodle, Cavadoo or Cavoodle. Whether you call them a Cavapoo or a Cavoodle it doesn't matter as much as understanding their qualities and traits. Cavadoodles are known for their sweet and gentle temperaments as well as being hypoallergenic dogs. The King Charles Cavalier is a loyal, attentive, and gentle soul. Combined with the toy poodle & you have a hypoallergenic dog thats loyal, smart, friendly & fun!
Teacup Cavapoos are a smaller breed so that plays in its favor when it comes to longevity. It is also a cross-breed, and cross-breeds are also known to have longer life spans than other breeds which are often in-bred. Both cavadoodle “parents” can boast a fairly good life span. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel can live up to 11-13 years, and a poodle can reach up to 15 years of age. Therefore A cavapoos lifespan is 10 to 15 years on average. But of course, how long your cavapoo lives also depends on the care you put in and their genetic & environmental health.
Do Cavadoodles Train Easily?
Because they are so intelligent, Micro Cavapoos and Teacup Cavapoo puppies are fairly easy to train with consistency. Every puppy needs consistency and these are no different, but because they are smart little doodle dogs; the cavadoodle does tend to learn quickly. Some will call Teacup Cavapoos people pleasers because they always want to make their family happy. If your Micro Cavapoo or Teacup Cavapoo puppy is a people pleaser, training will be a breeze. Good Cavoodle behavior should always be rewarded with positive encouragement. We recommend starting their training in the first 6 months, and if you're consistent you'll have a well trained dog for many many years.