Today was puppy matching day for Sage’s litter of F1b Cavapoos and even though we had ten puppies to match and ten people on the list we still have some puppies available!
How does that happen? Well sometimes more that one person has their heart set on the same puppy and when the puppy gets chosen by the first family, then next one might “pass” on what puppies are left because they wanted a certain color/gender/coat etc.
And let me explain a bit about the F1b Cavapoo. A regular Cavapoo (F1) has two purebred parents, one Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and one Poodle (normally a mini but some breeders do use toys are even larger Poodles. Our are mini). A puppy from that breeding would be considered F1. If that puppy was then bred to a purebred Poodle parent the puppies would be considered F1b.
Now most people who specifically want the F1b, want it because there is a higher percentage of Poodle which would indicate that the puppy is less likely to shed. People with allergies especially aim for this mix.
BUT…there is a but, within a litter of F1b Cavapoos only a percentage of them will have the curlier Poodle coat which those people are aiming for. The rest of the litter will have coats similar to an F1 Cavapoo which likely won’t shed, but could. And F1 Cavapoo is thought of as low-to-non-shedding. The F1 Cavapoo coats can range anywhere from
We have two puppies still looking for their forever homes, one boy and one girl. And since no one else from our list has reached out, they are now available to the general public.
“Sourdough”~ male apricot (gray collar) with a F1 coat with slight wave. He should mature probably around 20ish lbs. His personality is kind of middle-of-the pack, playful, happy, but not the leader.
“Muffin”~apricot female (white collar) has the curlier F1b coat. She will likely mature in the 14-16 lb range. She is playful and sweet, but a less rambunctious personality than some of the others. Muffin is the pup that was born with a cyst-like structure on her head. Our vet has checked but at this point we really don’t know what it is. She is normal in every other visible, physical, mental way except for her “beauty mark”. You wouldn’t know she had the cyst unless you were looking or feeling for it specifically.
If you are interested in either of these puppies and can meet us in Spokane on Sunday, October 2nd to pick them up, please feel free to fill out both Part 1 and Part 2 of our Puppy Applications consecutively. Please give us as much information about yourself, family, activity level, other pets or past pet experience as possible so we can match these pups to the most appropriate family.
Please get your application in as soon as possible!
Thank you for your interest in our puppies!