I get lots of questions, but the main two are;
……When will the waiting list be reopening again?
……When is the next litter of Cavapoos coming?
Well, as for the first question, I really don’t know when the list will reopen. As some of you know, our list was closed for a big chunk of 2020. We reopened the list and started taking applications again in October. But we were slammed with so many applications that we stopped taking applications after only four days! It was crazy! So unless a bunch of people get matched with puppies (and that takes time) or people drop off the list (which happens) we probably won’t reopen the list for at least the first half of this year (and that’s just a guess).
By the way, if there is anyone on our Cavapoo waiting list that no longer wants to be on (life changes, got a puppy elsewhere, etc) please let me know so I can remove your name. Also if you applied and got on our list in October and have decided (for whatever reason) you no longer want to be on our list, please let me know. I will even refund your “non-refundable” application fee (offer ends January 31st)!
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As for question number two “When are more Cavapoo puppies coming?”
Well, I do have one mom that has been bred for Cavapoo puppies, but it is too soon to know if she is pregnant yet. As soon as I have definite news I will share it with you.
What I do know is that we have two litters coming in January but they are a purebred mini Poodle litter and an Aussalier litter.
Yes, that’s right! For those of you on our Aussalier waiting list (which is currently closed also) Oakley is pregnant by Dickens again. This may (or may not) be her last litter of Aussaliers. I usually retire females around five years of age (Oakley’s age) so they can retire early enough to have a long, happy couch potato existence with a nice forever family. But Oakley will be living here forever since I think that is what’s best for her. She is still strong, vigorous and very healthy so she may have more babies. My plan for Oakley was to breed her to Cody (our new blue-eyed tricolor purebred Aussie) before she retired, for a litter of purebred Australian Shepherds so I could keep a daughter from her. But those plans went out the window when Cody grew much too big to breed to little Oakley.
Our other January litter is a purebred mini Poodle litter between Lucy and Clancy. This will be Lucy’s last litter and she will be retired. We already have a retirement home lined up for her with my vet’s grandmother. (It’s pretty cool when your veterinarian reaches out to you asking about adopting one of your retiring dogs for their grandma). <3
I bred this litter of Poodles to hopefully keep a daughter from Lucy (which we tried last year. She only had one girl which ended up in a marvelous pet home because she wasn’t quite right for our breeding program). I think she only has one or two pups so we’ll see what we get. We may or may not have Poodle pups available. I’ll let everyone know after the litter arrives.
And as soon as I have news on any more impending Cavapoo “honeymoons” I’ll let you know 😉