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Cavoodle Puppies (males)

Registered Breeder with RPBA #1221RightPaw verified breeder  Parents have had full breed DNA tested through Orivet.


Our puppies are wormed every 2 weeks, microchipped and vaccinated. We feed all our dogs/puppies on Frontier Pets, which are 100% high welfare ingredients and materials sourced from ethical producers.

All Puppies are sold as pet/companion dogs only, contract with desexing clause is supplied.Our puppies leave with an amazing puppy pack to give them the absolute best start possible.

Our Puppy Packs include:

* Crate

* Tote bag

* 300 grams Frontier dog food

* treats

* Shampoo and Conditioner

* Blanket

* Heartbeat teddy

* Snuffle mat

* Toys

* Slicker Brush*

* Puppy Pads

* Information folder - vaccination, microchip details, Companion/Pet dog agreement and all information needed to care for your new puppy.

* De-sexing voucher ($100)

* 6 weeks pet insurance

* First puppy groom

And lifetime support from me 😘


My puppies are raised with BAB high standards. This covers everything from planned litters, parent standards, parent care, puppy curriculum, puppy development, puppy evaluations, lifetime responsibility, love and mission. How I handle and manage a puppy during the first 8 weeks is about so much more than just ‘exposing’ them to new things. Here is a example of my puppy curriculum:

- Early neonatal stimulation (Day 3 to 16)

- Early scent introduced (Day 3 to 16)

- Loud noise exposure (Day 18 to 57)

- Gentle handling exercises (Day 21 to 27)

- Whelping box novelty (Day 21 to 27)

- Recall (Day 21 - 57)- Exposure activity (Day 28 to 57)

- Handling exercises (more pressure) (Day 28 to 57)

- Grooming (Day 28 - 57)

- Crate training (Day 42 to 57)

From the way they need to be held the first two weeks, to the way I handle fear as they grow, these things are essential in producing the best pups. I engage, stimulate and put puppies in different (but safe) situations. By exposing them to a variety of tactile options, situations, shapes, sizes and movements, I can foster confidence in puppies, encouraging them to believe in their own abilities.

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If you would like to put your name forward for upcoming litters, please fill in our application form

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Offers lifetime rehoming: N/A



Hunter Valley, NSW, Australia
**** *** 5705

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  3. Ask if they are a registered breeder
  4. Be loyal & patient with your new companion
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