It has been a very busy few months here at the Adelaide Cavoodles home! Those who follow our social media know that we had a litter of Spoodle, Bordoodle AND Cavoodle puppies all born within a few weeks of each other making for a very busy time, but also lots of fun. Thankfully the children were on term break and I was able to have two extra little helpers preparing puppy packs, helping me bring puppies to their vet check appointments, helping to socialise (lots of playing!) as well as being on poo pickup and feeding schedules. If you have children let them help with the puppy/dog chores! You'll be amazed at what they're capable of doing and how that extra bit of responsibility helps them become more confident in their own abilities. Most of the puppies have left us now and are now happily settled in their new homes, with their new families. We really appreciate all the photos and updates that we've been sent. It means a lot to see them so well cared for, loved and happy with their new humans! Our current litter of apricot Cavoodles won't be advertised, but will be placed with families who applied for the April litter. We're hoping for some more F1 Cavoodle puppies to be born in July and all being well, ready for new homes in the Spring!
Winter/Spring Planned Litters
All being well we are hoping for F1 toy Cavoodles born early July 2021. We are expecting reds, apricots and blacks and possible sables or black and tans. We will keep our Instragram and website updated!
Follow us on Instagram to stay up-to-date with current litters and watch the puppies grow!
Thinking of purchasing a new puppy?
Bringing a new puppy home is exciting but they are a lot of work! Before committing to buying a dog, make sure you do plenty of research and are well prepared. The more effort you put into your puppy, the more adjusted he will be as an adult.
Puppies require time, training and lots of love. Have a look at our new owner information page to see if bringing a puppy home will be a good fit for you and your family.
Why Adelaide Cavoodles?
> Exceptional puppies, for exceptional families
> Raised in our home, not in a kennel
> Raised with an the Early Puppy Enrichment program, Puppy Culture
> DNA tested parents for genetic health issues
> Introduced to toilet training
> Introduced to crate training
> Raised with young children, so they're perfect for families!