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Our puppies are $2714.30 ($2500 puppy fee + $214.30 sales tax).
Note to those on the list - if you pass on a litter that has a puppy available that matches what you were looking for and the preferences on the form, then you must pay the new price. Sales tax is also subject to change.
If you are ready for a puppy from My Cavapoos we highly recommend you get on the waiting list in order to have priority in choosing a puppy.
The wait can be as short as 2 months or as long as 6 months. It varies quite a bit so it's difficult to say how long the wait really is.
To be placed on the waiting list, we require a $300 deposit. We will not be depositing your check until the puppies have been born and you've chosen a puppy. Once the puppy has been chosen, your deposit becomes non-refundable.
If once the puppies have been born and we don't have what you're looking for, you have the option of transferring your deposit to an upcoming litter or the option of canceling your deposit. If you decide not to transfer the deposit, we will simply shred your check and remove you from the list.
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Yes, we use wisdom panel, embark, or paw prints for genetic tests. Initially we only tested for breed specific tests but have been getting the panel done more recently. We also test for heart and eyes with specialist.
We will provide copies at the time of pick up.
Yes, we offer a 2-year health guarantee. In case of a genetic disease, we would offer a replacement. If you would like to see the contract go to Purchasing a Puppy tab and click on the health guarantee button.
The main colors we breed are Ruby/Red, Black & Tan, Black & White, Apricot, Blenheim, Tri and Black.
We cannot know for certain what colors each litter will bring, but we usually know based off of genetics or previous litters.
The puppies are ready to go at 8 weeks old. We do not ship so you must fly to Spokane International Airport or pick up at our home.
We breed Miniature Poodles to Cavalier King Charles Spaniels so the average weight is typically 15-22 lbs. Once in a while we have small (toy) sized cavapoos and they end up weighing around 9-14 lbs as adults.
The weight differences are:
Miniature sized cavapoo 15-25 lbs
Small cavapoo around 12 lbs
Most of our pups will be average sized but once in a while we will have smaller sized cavapoos. Important to note we do not breed for size. We pair our dogs with who we think will best compliment each other temperament wise.
We ask that you get these supplements for your puppy/dog and have it by the time your puppy goes home. We give this to all of our dogs and puppies in order to make sure they have all of the nutrients their bodies need.
NuVet Plus is not just a vitamin.
It’s an immune system builder with a precise balance of vitamins, minerals, omega fatty acids, amino acids, and high-potency antioxidants.
It is guaranteed to work through all stages of a dog’s life.
✓ For puppies (under 2 years old), it strengthens their immune system, while building and strengthening the cardiovascular, skeletal, and nervous systems.
✓ For dogs in their prime (age 2-8), complete, balanced nutrition helps maintain the luster of their skin and coat while protecting against skin and coat problems, digestive problems, discharge, foul odors, ear rubbing, eye problems, lumps and bumps, and more.
✓ For older dogs (over 8 years old),
NuVet helps improve the vitality and increase longevity.
Please order before you take home your pup!
Phone: 800-474-7044 with Order Code 14261
You can receive an additional 15% discount by taking advantage of their autoship program.
For a detailed list click here to see our blog post on supplies.
Yes, we do! Once you are matched to a puppy we will send you a checklist that you can print off, an email with lots of information and a list of items you'll want to get.
If your puppy leaves by 8 weeks old it will have received 1 vaccination. We will provide a vaccination and health record for you to show your vet at the time of pick up.
The majority of puppies are born with dew claws, which is the "thumb" claw on the front paws of a puppy. We remove the dew claws when the puppies are a couple of days old.
We feed our puppies Avoderm puppy food. You can find it at independent pet stores (not at petsmart or petco). We buy ours at Country Feed however you could also buy online on Chewy.
To ensure that all of the puppies are eating well, we keep a dish with food in at all times. We recommend that you keep a feeding schedule for your puppy to make potty training easier. On the back of the bag of food, there should be a section with suggested feeding portions according to weight and age.
0-6 months old= 3-4 times per day
6-12 months old= 2 times per day
Over 12 months old= 1-2 time per day
To switch the puppy to a new type of food, do it gradually over the course of a week or two to avoid digestive issues. We will provide a sample bag of food but it would be wise if you bought a bag to mix with the new food. Mix 3/4 of the Avoderm Puppy food with 1/4 of new food for a couple of days. Then mix half and half for the next two days, and so on.
Some good foods you can transition to after a month of having your pup is Bixbi, Inception, Zignature, Farmina, Stella & Chewy and raw foods. I do NOT recommend Science Diet, Purina, and Iams.
Well there a few options:
Yes, we do our best to deworm while the pup is with us but puppies mouth everything so it's very easy for them to acquire worms/parasites. Puddles, dirt, grass, sticks, floors, and shoes can be the source so it's good to upkeep deworming. We let our pups be happy and run around outside so even though we deworm there is always the possibility that they need an additional dosage once they leave our home. Perks of living in the country and having wild turkey, deer and coyotes roam our property....we deworm often. You can get a fecal test at the vet and/or deworm regularly.
We cannot guarantee that the pups will not have parasites even though we diligently deworm and do fecal tests before our puppies leave. We also will not be responsible for any expenses incurred from parasites in your puppy. Parasites are very common in puppies and may include but not limited to; coccidia, giardia, roundworms, or hookworms.
Great questions! Puppies are very sensitive to changes so they may have some changes in stool when they leave us, if you changed the food, if they snuck some snacks from the kids or if they ate some grass or leaves outside.
First thing to remember is that a puppy is a like a toddler starting potty training....they often get distracted and forget to potty outside. If they have not gone potty then they should not have free access inside.
Start off by taking puppy outside every 15 minutes (unless puppy is sleeping). You can increase the time between potty breaks as they grow but if they keep having accidents inside then you need to make a change and be more consistent.