Thinking of adding a new friendly companion to your family? A cavoodle may be the dog for you! We have Cavoodles for sale in Sydney and have established connections with verified breeders across the NSW region.

Cavoodles are the perfect pet for those looking for a small, hypoallergenic dog. Cavoodles are a cross between a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Poodle, and they inherit the best qualities of both breeds. Cavoodles are known for their gentle nature, loving personality, and cute teddy bear-like appearance.

Buying a Cavoodle in


If you have any queries about how to purchase a toy Cavoodle, you can speak to our friendly staff. We have toy Cavoodles for sale in Sydney NSW, as well as Cavoodle puppies and toy poodles.

At Concord Pets, we are registered cavoodle breeders with years of experience breeding and raising quality puppies.

On-going vaccination requirements for a Cavoodle or Toy Cavoodle in Sydney:

Cavoodles need to be vaccinated against the following diseases: parvovirus, distemper, hepatitis, and rabies. Puppies should be vaccinated at 8, 12, and 16 weeks of age. Adults should be vaccinated every year or every three years, depending on the vaccine.

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Cavoodles & Toy Cavoodles for Sale in Sydney, NSW

Our Cavoodle puppies come vet checked, vaccinated, microchipped, and wormed. This is to ensure all puppies are healthy and happy before they go to their new home.

Screening processes for buyers are undertaken to ensure that all puppies are placed in the right home environment.

Ongoing support is provided in the way of advice, guidance, health supplies, and accessories to help new puppy owners get off to the best start possible with their new family members.

If you're interested in welcoming a Cavoodle into your family, contact Concord Pets today! We have Cavoodles for sale in Sydney, NSW as well as toy poodles and Cavoodle puppies.

Cavoodle Temperament

Cavoodles are intelligent, affectionate, and loving dogs that make great family pets.

They offer companionship, love, and loyalty. Nothing beats the love of a dog to come home to. Additionally, Cavoodles can provide therapeutic benefits and act as emotional support animals (ESAs). They, therefore, can act as stress relievers, as they are known for their calming effect and ability to reduce anxiety.

They also benefit you health-wise as they keep you active! Walking and running are not only great forms of exercise for you but for your Cavoodle too.

Looking After Your Cavoodle

Make time for them.

Cavoodles crave companionship and love spending time with their family. They are known to follow their owners around the house and love being involved in all activities.

Take them on outings.

Cavoodles enjoy going for walks, runs, hikes, and playing at the park. They also like car rides and being taken out to socialize with people and other dogs.

Give them plenty of attention and affection.

Cavoodles thrive on human interaction and need to feel loved and appreciated. Be sure to give them plenty of cuddles, belly rubs, and scratches behind the ears.

Teach them tricks and commands.

Cavoodles are highly intelligent dogs and love learning new things. Teach them tricks, such as sit, stay, come, and down. You can also teach them commands, such as “go to your bed” or “leave it.”

Train them well.

Cavoodles are quick learners, but like all dogs, they need to be properly trained. Start with basic obedience training and socialization early on. This will help them become well-rounded dogs that are a joy to be around.


What are the Generations Of Cavoodles?

All Cavoodles are unique in their features, yet the same in their gentle temperament and cheerful personality.

First Generation Cavoodles (F1) are 50% Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and 50% Poodle. As the Cavoodle puppy grows, their fleeces develop from straight to wavy.

Second Generation Cavoodles (F2) are born from two Cavoodle parents. Meaning, 50% Cavoodle and 50% Cavoodle, and therefore the ratio does not change. Their appearance varies from more poodle to more cavalier. They are low shedding and their coats can also range from straight to curly.

F1B Cavoodle is a result of a cross between an F1 Cavoodle and a Poodle or Cavalier.

What is the Sizing of Toy Cavoodles & Cavoodles?

Cavoodles come in three size categories: toy, miniature, and standard. Toy Cavoodles weigh up to 10 pounds, miniature Cavoodles weigh 11-20 pounds and standard Cavoodles weigh 21-35 pounds.

Toy Cavoodles and toy poodles are good for people who live in small apartments or have limited space. Sydney Cavoodles are, therefore, very popular due to spacial constraints.

Miniature Cavoodles are good for people who want a small dog but don't want the weight of a toy Cavoodle or toy poodle.

Standard Cavoodles are good for people who have the space for a larger dog but still want the hypoallergenic benefits of a Cavoodle.

What are Cavoodle’s Coat Colourings?

Cavoodles come in a wide variety of colours, including black, white, cream, gold, apricot, and red. You can find Cavoodles with single-coloured coats or coats with two or more colours.

Cavoodle temperaments can vary, but in general, Cavoodles are gentle, loving, and intelligent dogs that make great family pets. Cavoodles are good additions to the family and can easily be trained to do tricks and obey commands.

Cavoodles are relatively easy to care for and don't require too much exercise. However, like all dogs, Cavoodles need plenty of love and attention from their owners.

When caring for a Cavoodle, it is important to brush their coat regularly to prevent matting and tangles. This is particularly important for Cavoodle puppies as they tend to be particularly playful in their younger years. On average, Cavoodles need to be groomed every 6-8 weeks.

What is a Cavoodle?

A Cavoodle is a cross between a Cavalier King Charles spaniel and a poodle. Cavoodles have soft fleeces, round faces, and floppy ears. Despite their soft, coat-like fleeces, their shedding is minimal. Their coats can be wavy, straight, or curly.

The Cavoodle is a relatively new breed of dog that came about in Australia in the 1990s. The Cavoodle was bred to create a small, low-shedding dog that would be good for people with allergies. The Cavoodle has since become one of the most popular breeds of dogs in Australia.

Do Cavoodles Shed?

Cavoodles have low-shedding coats that are hypoallergenic, making them a good choice for people with allergies. Cavoodle's coat will require regular grooming, however, how often will depend on the length of the coat. Longer coated Cavoodles will need to be brushed daily to prevent mats and tangles from forming. Shorter-coated Cavoodles can be brushed weekly. All Cavoodles should be clipped every 6-8 weeks. You can also ask your groomer for a 'teddy bear cut” which has become popular.

Do Cavoodles Make Good Family Pets?

Cavoodles are intelligent dogs that are easy to train. They are quick learners and respond well to positive reinforcement training methods, such as treats and praise. Cavoodle puppies are eager to please their owners and make great family pets. They are good with children and get along well with other pets.

What is the Lifespan of a Cavoodle?

Cavoodles are relatively active dogs and need daily exercise. A Cavoodle that doesn't get enough exercise can become bored, destructive, and overweight. A good way to exercise your Cavoodle is to take them for a daily walk or run. You can also play fetch or Frisbee with your Cavoodle in the park.

How Much Does a Cavoodle cost?

The price of a Cavoodle puppy varies depending on the breeder, the litter size, coat color, and other factors. Toy Cavoodles typically range in price from $2000-$3500. Miniature Cavoodles typically range in price from $3000-$5000. Standard Cavoodles typically range in price from $4000-$6000. If you’ve been considering a cavoodle addition to your family, be sure to give us a call for pricing and availability.

A Cavoodle's diet should consist of high-quality dry food, wet food, and fresh fruits and vegetables. Cavoodles need a diet that is high in protein and low in fat. Puppies should be fed three to four times a day. Adults should be fed two to three times a day. At concord pets, we also supply a range of quality dog food. For more on our products and picking the best food for your cavoodle, visit:

If you’re not 100% on a cavoodle, we do have other breeds of puppies available, like Maltese Shih Tzus, Toy Poodles & Spoodles, Dachshunds, Pomeranians, French Bulldogs & Pugs and also King Charles Cavelier.


To view our extensive range of puppies for sale in Concord, please come and visit us in store. 

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