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QLD Brisbane Cavoodle Puppies


QLD is perfect for Cavoodles

Queensland, the sunny state of Australia, is home to some of the most beautiful beaches and stunning scenery in the world. From the breathtaking Great Barrier Reef to the lush cane fields and banana plantations, there's something for everyone in this diverse state. And for those who are lucky enough to live here, there's no better companion than a Cavoodle.

Outdoor Lifestyle Puppies

Cavoodles are the perfect match for Queensland's outdoor lifestyle. With their love of beach walks and cafe stops, they fit right in with the state's laid-back vibe. These adorable pups are also well-suited to the intense weather that can sometimes hit Queensland, thanks to their non-shedding coats and hypoallergenic nature.


They love parks and beaches

Whether you live in the bustling cities of Surfers Paradise and Brisbane or the quieter rural areas like Mount Isa, Bundaberg, Cairns, and Townsville, Cavoodles are the perfect addition to your family. They're easy to travel with, making them ideal for those who love to explore the state in caravans, campers, and motorhomes.

We are best-practice breeders

If you're looking for a loyal and affectionate companion who loves the sunshine and surf as much as you do, then a Cavoodle is the perfect choice. Just like gorgeous Milo from Townsville, your furry friend will be by your side through thick and thin, bringing joy and comfort to your life every day. And with their friendly, easy-going personalities, they're sure to make new friends wherever you go in the Sunshine State.


Our QLD history

As young teenagers we lived in Mackay while Dad cut sugarcane by hand. We moved to Greenvale an emerging nickel town. Year 8 was via correspondence and we shared our caravan park accommodation with Brahman cattle and large pig dogs. Queensland encompasses all walks of life from the glitzy Surfers Paradise, Brisbane and the Gold Coast to rural Mount Isa and due north from Brisbane to Bundaberg, Cairns and Townsville.

Things to be aware of in QLD

Queensland Cavoodles have a few enemies – Snakes that can swallow them whole and a lot of poisonous snakes that can kill them. It’s important to keep your Cavoodle away from snakes as the bite site is not always visible. Snakes can bite inside a dogs mouth. Immediate veterinary attention is essential. Remember not to leave dead snakes around for Cavoodles to play with as the venom is still poisonous in the snakes fangs. Ticks – The Paralysis tick and the bush tick are a serious issue in Queensland for Cavoodles. Prevention is always the preferred method of treatment, so speak to your Vet to discuss tick collars, medication and how to check your Cavoodle for ticks.


Our Philosophy

Love is the key and a passion for excellence. Our Cavoodle family are treated with love, respect and kindness and they reward us with a happy and trusting disposition that positively affects their gorgeous puppies.

Our focus is on providing our prospective owners with a well bred companion puppy who will bring happiness to the home and create many years of wonderful memories.

Facetime us!

After we have offered you your forever friend, we invite you to meet and greet your puppy, the parents, the environment and us - over video. This can only happen when the 6 weeks vaccinations are completed.

Where a personal visit is not possible for interstate clients, we will do everything we can to make sure you and your pup are well suited. We organise interstate travel with Jetpets - proven to be dedicated and professional in their care of our pups. We provide a brand new crate.

A CavoodleLove Puppy is a family member, an integral part of your life for many years. We promise to all of our puppies parents, openness, fairness and honesty so that your puppy will bring you, CavoodleLove.

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Contact us now to apply for a puppy or ask about available puppies. We have limited availability and don't let just anybody adopt our puppies.