12 Weeks Cavadoodle (January 31, 2020)

12 weeks old mix labrador, spaniel, and poodle puppies having their time outside, playing and staying active.
These puppies are irresistible and so adorable. These puppies are almost ready for rehoming. These puppies can be trained 
as a guard or therapy dog.

Watch our Video and You’ll Learn:

  • How Cavadoodle Puppies Looks At 12 Weeks.
  • What Are The Breeds Involve To Have A Cavadoodle.
  • How Active They Are At This Age.


It’s been a little while since we did an updated video for our Cavadoodle puppies. They’re now 12 weeks old today. For those who haven’t watched our previous videos, our Cavadoodles are a mix of Cavalier, King Charles Spaniel, Poodle, and Labrador retriever. In our case, the mother is a Labradoodle and the father is a little F1 Cavapoo which he’s in the video today the guy running around crazy there playing with his puppies. That’s dad. There he is. He’s really loving the stage with the puppies because they’re finally big enough that they can keep up with him and really he can enjoy playing with them.

This video is going to be a little bit all over the place because, at this age, they don’t stay close to me anymore, which is actually a good thing. They are adventurous and getting to know the surroundings here, gaining a lot of independence. I’m going to try to introduce again each individual puppy. This is… Hi Oliver! That’s Oliver, he’s our little… hard to get him there. There you go. He’s our little black and tan, also called phantom pattern. And then we have our little one here. This is Abby. She’s also a phantom. Her markings are not as strong so in the video, she looks more just like a solid black. And then here comes Matilda. We have two girls that are not yet spoken for in this litter. She’s larger than Abby. She is also another phantom. Here comes Hazel, she’s our little red and white girl. She’s available to a guardian family. You can find out more about that on our website, maplehilldoodles.com. They shall be kept back for our breeding program.

And then this other solid black guy here, that’s Quincy. He’s got a really gorgeous coat and he’s got a fantastic personality. We are hoping he would go into a home or maybe he has the opportunity to be a guardian dog. I’m sorry, not a guardian dog, a therapy dog. Come on, come on, come on. Trying to call everyone in here so I can get everyone in the video. And then this is Nigel. He’s our second all black male. So we had originally estimated them to be around 40 pounds. Nigel, Matilda, and Quincy, I think they will surpass that. I think they’ll probably end up being closer to standards. Hazel here and Oliver and Abby I think will be around 40 pounds or under. Abby will actually probably be under 30 she’s so tiny. Hello Nigel.


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