Cavapoo Wanted

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Cavapoo Wanted

Postby CavapooWanted » Mon Sep 16, 2019 1:37 pm

Hi
We're looking to buy a Cavapoo.

We're pretty new to this but the wishlist we have is:

1) red
2) boy
3) from a miniature poodle as a parent, not a toy one

if anyone can recommend any great breeders or knows of one for sale please do let me know.

thank you.
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Postby calliwally » Mon Sep 16, 2019 9:11 pm

I've just seen that a breeder I know of on FB (but in Leeds) has some cavapoos almost ready to leave and they haven't all beed spoken for. Join the cavapoodles group on FB or I can send you her details if you PM me. we almost bought a puppy from her but the timing wasn't right. these maybe ready too soon for you though?
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Postby CavapooWanted » Mon Sep 16, 2019 9:29 pm

That would be amazing - yes please.

Can you please ping me her details on 07973 267619?

Thank you so much!

I'll also email you through NVN.

Thanks again!
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Postby Kirstie’s Mom » Mon Sep 23, 2019 8:27 am

As an owner of a proper poodle why buy a poodle cross? Poodles are wonderful dogs . Have you thought of a parti poodle ? What is it with Wandsworth and poodle crosses?
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Postby Avocado » Tue Sep 24, 2019 5:39 am

Kirstie’s mom, I read somewhere that some “proper” poodles are very sensitive and don’t do well with all the noise that children can produce. Perhaps the first poster has children?

I’ve never owned a dog so maybe I’m wrong but isn’t this trait partly bred out when it’s crossed with something else?

Am also looking into getting a dog and had considered a poodle but we have two lively children. Interested to know your thoughts on this.
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Postby CavapooWanted » Tue Sep 24, 2019 12:47 pm

Thank you for all of your help everyone.

We are now the proud owner of a cavapoo. She's lovely, calm and so far not too messy if you get my drift  ;)

 
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Postby Kirstie’s Mom » Mon Sep 30, 2019 7:54 am

With all due respect , that is complete nonsense. In fact on the common I have met more nervous poodle crosses than I can shake a stick at.
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Postby JohnR59 » Thu Jan 30, 2020 12:26 am

Hello
My names John a family man with our beautiful dogs, sometimes we have a litter of Cavapoo’s, the whole journey from birthing to puppy going to there new homes is a magical experience, our hearts for mum to be and puppies is truly an heavenly time.

Our care and love through every aspect of health screening, nutrition, safety, handling, character building, and much more is part of our babies journey into there new worlds, I would expect many questions from you, and finally if puppy is expected to be left alone all day while your in work you will certainly not qualify as my vetting technique will be clear but friendly.

If you would like to be on our list feel free to contact me but please be a wear patience’s will be needed by you to receive your forever loving Cavapoo, when contacting me please state Nappy Valley as a Reference,
07714598999
Kind Regards to everyone
John
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Re: F1. Cavapoo

Postby Johnm » Thu Jan 30, 2020 9:24 am

JohnR59 wrote:
> Hello
F1
> My names John a family man with our beautiful dogs, sometimes we have a
> litter of Cavapoo’s, from our King Charles cavaliers the whole journey from birthing to puppy going to
> there new homes is a magical experience, our hearts for mum to be and
> puppies is truly an heavenly time.
>
> Our care and love through every aspect of health screening, nutrition,
> safety, handling, character building, and much more is part of our babies
> journey into there new worlds, I would expect many questions from you, and
> finally if puppy is expected to be left alone all day while your in work
> you will certainly not qualify as my vetting technique will be clear but
> friendly.
>
> If you would like to be on our list feel free to contact me but please be a
> wear patience’s will be needed by you to receive your forever loving
> Cavapoo, when contacting me please state Nappy Valley as a Reference,
> 07714598999
> Kind Regards to everyone
> John
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