Cavapoo puppies in Missouri

The purpose of this article is to help you find cavapoo puppies and cavapoo breeders in Missouri State. As always, please do your own research on what finding a good breeder entails – gather as much information as  you can before making a decision.

No one can do this for you. Read this article on finding reputable cavapoo breeders to help you orient in this (probably) new for you world. In this article I briefly outlined several breeders I could find in the Missouri area and also had a mini-interview with Daxon from Weaver Family Farms Kennel and Tina from Teddy Bear Poodles and PooMixes. Thank you so much, Daxon and Tina, for the interviews!

Cavapoo puppies in Missouri: Weaver Family Farms 

What is the name of your Kennel and where are you located?

We are Weaver Family Farms –  a small family-operated farm in Cairo, Missouri.

How long have you been breeding cavapoo? 

I have been around poodles my entire life. We got very interested in cavapoos because the cavalier is a beautiful, very awesome dog – but they shed a lot! Combining poodle and cavalier to get a cavapoo helps you get the best of both worlds! A beautiful, awesome dog that is low-shedding!

Cavapoo puppies in Missouri - small pups

Why do you like breeding cavapoo in particular? 

King Charles cavalier is a beautiful, active, smart dog, but so is the poodle! By putting these two breeds together for example you can get new beautiful colors that poodles otherwise do not have, but also cavaliers shed a lot and by breeding to get a cavapoo, you get a beautiful low shedding puppy.

What is special about your cavapoo? and/or In which ways would you say your kennel is special/different from other kennels?

We are state-licensed, and have the less than 10 license. I feel that, having less dogs, compared to some kennels that have hundreds, we always have a very special bond and relationship with our dogs. They all have names, all get plenty of attention on a daily basis because we do not have too many to handle and interact with.

Our dogs are our family, we know each one of them on a personal level and love each one of them! We only have a few litters of cavapoos a year. We are not a puppy factory. If you get a cavapoo from us, you will get the treatment of a small town family farm business, but with all the paperwork and proper treatment like you would from the biggest kennels out there.

There are many laws here in Missouri now that must be followed, but we like to go above and beyond by doing things like getting a health certificate from the vet for each puppy that leaves our home.

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

All of our puppies come with a health certificate from a licensed vet to ensure the puppy you are getting is perfectly healthy.

Are your puppies hypoallergenic or tend to cause less issues for people with allergies than other dogs?  

Our puppies are low shedding which really helps those that have bad allergies.

Would you have any advice for a first-time Cavapoo owner?

As with any puppy, there are two main things you need. Love & Patience, if you have both of those, you will be successful with your new puppy!

What’s the best way to contact you to find more information or to get on a waitlist for a puppy?

Our website www.WeaverFamilyFarms.com Our email TheWeave93@gmail.com Call or text 660 833 7565 Our Facebook Page (Most Popular) https://www.facebook.com/weaverfamilyfarms/

 

Cavapoo puppies in Missouri: Teddy Bear Poodles and PooMixes

Cavapoo puppies Missouri - Tina's puppies

“Teddy Bear Poodles and PooMixes is a group of friends and family all located near Kansas City, MO and can ship a puppy by air or ground transport if needed.

We are a group of close friends and family that co-own the parents so each parent and litter live in a family home with the one-on-one attention all puppies and adults need.

I personally have been breeding for over 20 years. We hand pick each parent for quality, conformation, color, health, but most important personality. This breed is loyal and very affectionate and many of our past pups have gone on to become therapy service dogs, as well as loving family pets.

We get cavapoo in reds, red/white, blacks, black tan, and tri-coloring. Our parents are on the smaller size and we breed for smaller lap-size pups that have the square build and short cavalier muzzle, but we also get regular sized Cavapoo as well in these same litters.

They are shed- and allergy-friendly, which make them wonderful house pets for any home.

All our puppies come with a 1 year health guarantee and we are available to answer any questions before and after you receive your puppy. We also breed Cockapoos, maltipoos, Yorkipoos, and Toy Poodles. We can raise pups from this many different breeds in a home environment because, as stated before, we are a close group of friends and family and they are our family pets. We have an extensive website that has loads of puppy care info and advice for a new puppy owner.” 

Tina, phone:  816-682-0265
Email: poodlesandpoomixes@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.poodlesandpoomixes.com

Also in the blog:

What do you love most about your cavapoo?
We love how sweet she is, that she loves people, and that she is absolutely adorable to look at and play with!

What are the good sides of having a cavapoo?
We like that they are calmer dogs. She definitely has energy as a puppy but she is pretty chill half the time and we like that she is a nice balance of being active and laying low.

Abbe, Mom of Ellie the cavapoo from Chicago, Illinois

 

What do you love most about Maggie?

I just absolutely love her temperament. She is unbelievably sweet and tremendously friendly. She loves absolutely everyone she meets. Not to mention she is super snuggly.

What are the good sides of having a cavapoo?

Their temperament is a huge positive. Also they are very smart and training has been so much fun. She’s an absolute sweetheart and completely adorable.

What are some downsides to having a cavapoo?

I think the downside is Maggie is very attached to us so we have been working on keeping her from developing separation anxiety. Also you have to watch her with big dogs just because she is so little.

Tina, mom of Maggie the cavapoo from New Jersey