Cavapoo breeders in Alberta, Canada

If you are looking for cavapoo puppies in Alberta, Canada, this post is for you. I listed a few cavapoo breeders in Alberta that I could find online and also an interview with a local cavapoo breeder about their kennel. Please, as always, do your own research and read our article here about choosing a reputable cavapoo breeder. There are several cavapoo breeders in Alberta, and it’s important to do thorough research before you decide on the breeder you like. 

Cavapoo breeders in Alberta, CA: Country Home Kennels

Location: 25 minutes south of Calgary, Alberta

Please tell us about your kennel.

We have been breeding for 18 years, cavapoos for about 7 years

They are amazing, great family additions quiet for the cuddly TV-watching person and very smart for the runner, walker, agility training person, they are an all-around great family member with not a lot of issues, easy to train, very smart and quick to learn new things (mine are anyway).

We completely crate train them and potty train before they go home so we are a bit more invested in the well-being of our Cavapoo transitions into their new homes. We provide 24/7 training contact and info!!!

Cavapoo breeders in Alberta, CA: Country Home Kennels - puppy 2

What can we tell our visitors to help them feel confident that your cavapoo are genetically healthy? Do you do genetic testing? Do puppies come with a warranty/ vet certificate?

We do a vet certificate. In 18 years we have not had any issues with our puppies – mostly human error which we try to help correct. We have learned over the years warranty means about as much as the paper it is written on.

If you are not willing to talk, chat, text, email with your new families a warranty is not legal and binding in Canada as animals are all considered Chattel which is sad but a fact of our Canadian country. We stand behind our puppies! Our puppies are all tested and vaccinated appropriately for health and well being.

We do the F1 generation which tends to be a bit more toward the Cavalier and can cause some allergies, allergies are so individualized to each person. One litter may not bother you but another one may! We also do an F2 generation – cavapoo to cavapoo and also we do the F1B generation – cavapoo to purebred poodle. We find our most success with the F1B generation and F2 generation puppies for allergies

Cavapoo breeders in Alberta, CA: Country Home Kennels - puppy

Why would you recommend someone to get a Cavapoo as opposed to any other breed?

I always let families decide what is best for them and always always get them to sleep on the decision which will help them make the right choice. If a family is seeking a cavapoo they know what they are looking for and tend to be determined to get one, because they have ultimately done their research or have seen or met a cavapoo. Cavapoos are so amazing and versatile with all types of families and individual dynamics within the family, we actually have a few as WestJet companion soothing dogs!

For a first-time Cavapoo owner, do your research on both breeds (Poodle and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel) separately, and make sure you know what each breed brings to the mix. Come and meet them! I feel meeting and chatting with a breeder who is knowledgeable and knows the breeds can let people know what they are getting into.

Each breed has specific traits and temperaments, but we have learned over 18 years the chances of health issues are pretty much slim when it comes to crossbreeds. However, if you feed a lower quality food or give them no exercise, all factors in the proper dog care/health!

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Before adopting your puppy from cavapoo breeders in Alberta

Cavapoo owner review

What are the good sides of having a cavapoo?
Goods are that he’s lovable and so easy to train. He’s playful and always up for an adventure but also happy to relax and laze around and do nothing. He gets on with everyone and doesn’t malt.

Would you recommend other people to have a cavapoo, why or why not?
I would recommend cavapoo to someone who have the time and patience to dedicate to the nurturing of a cavapoo as they do like love and attention and like company.

Arshiyah, pawrent of Merlot, the Cavapoo from Manchester, UK

If you are looking for a cavapoo to adopt, check out our articles on how to find a reputable breeder. You can find such breeders in: Reputable cavapoo breeders UK and Cavapoo breeders in Ontario, Canada. You can also adopt a puppy from Cavapoo Rescue. Don’t forget to read about Cavapoo pros and cons.

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9 Responses

  1. Colleen Knechtel says:

    Hello There, Good Day. We are interested in a female cavachon puppy. When are you expecting your next litter?

  2. kristina prus says:

    Am looking for a threapy dog for myself and looking for small male puppy was wondering if you have any avaliable or will ave any

  3. Kristi Davis says:

    I am researching dogs that are hypo and non shedding w a good chance of being homed w asthmatic allergic child. I am trying to find a reference from current owner

  4. grace ellis says:

    would you have a litter that would be ready the middle of march

  5. Kerry Evens says:

    Very interested in adopting a Cavapoo. My grandfather had a Cavalier, a very sweet dog and I have always loved how smart and loving poodles are. My husband and I are both retired and looking for a great “go for walkies” breed that also loves constant companionship. Could you tell me the price range of your pups and whether or not you will be expecting a litter in the near future? Or, if you have a waiting list? Thankyou in advance.

  6. Iris werbicki says:

    Hi, I am looking for a cavachon puppy around April so please let me know if you have a litter coming up.

  7. Nancy Melan says:

    Hi I am looking for The F1b or F 2, low shedding . I prefer females. What is your price. Hope to hear back. Thank you

  8. Wendy Chorley says:

    Do you have any male puppies available? How much are you asking?

  9. sheila carothers says:

    Hi, we are looking for a Cavapoo in Alberta. When would one be available for adoption, please. We haven’t bought a puppy for 16 years. We lost our last 2 fur babies this last Sept/2020. Of course at that time (16 years ago), we paid $350 and thought that was alot. We know that puppies a much more expensive these days and have decided we could go up to $2,500. Would that be enough??

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