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  • Breed: Havapoo
  • Group: Designer
  • Height: 8-11"
  • Weight: 7-13 lbs
  • HypoAllergenic: Yes
  • Coat: Wavy
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These Havapoo puppies for sale make great companions for seniors, families with kids, or singles in apartments. Sweet, friendly, and personable, your Havapoo will be your best friend for life! 

Do you need a cuddly, curly, little companion who thinks you have no faults?

You have come to the right place! Browse our Havapoo puppies for sale!

This Havanese/Poodle hybrid is a sunny, affectionate breed whose love extends to the whole human race. They are extroverted and outgoing. There’s nobody they don’t like! Although they happily let you know when there is someone at the door, they don’t make great watchdogs – they are simply too sweet.

Havapoos take little maintenance and are an excellent choice for allergy sufferers, as some say they are hypoallergenic. They make a great addition to any family. Purchase your Havapoo puppy today, or browse our other available puppy breeds!

Friendly: These dogs have never met a stranger! They love both “their” people and every other person on the planet. You won’t have to worry about your Havapoo tearing into strangers.

Affectionate: Havapoos are free with their affections and show them unconditionally. They love to cuddle and play with their people.

Like their Havanese and Poodle parents, Havapoo puppies have smarts. They are intelligent and eager to please, which makes them a breeze to train.

Havapoos have playful, sparkling, effervescent personalities. This, combined with energy and friendliness, makes them one of the best dogs for kids. But unlike most kids, Havapoos are not hyperactive. They are moderately active and fairly low maintenance when it comes to exercise needs.

If you need a fierce, loyal watchdog, don’t get a Havapoo. They are way too sweet to ever make good guard dogs. Havapoos generally get along with everyone, humans and other animals alike.

Havapoos made their debut sometime after the 1980s when designer breeds exploded in popularity. So they have been around for thirty years or so. Nobody knows the exact origins of the Havapoo, but both its parents have long, reliable histories as companions and pets.


The Havanese is an ancient Cuban native. It gets its name from the capital of Cuba, Havana. Colonists bred the Havanese to be a lapdog for Spanish nobles.

Havanese dogs are intelligent and trainable. They make fantastic trick dogs. Their nickname is the “Velcro dog” because they stick to their humans like velcro.

The Poodle originated in Germany. Poodles were originally intended to retrieve waterfowl, but the breed’s winning personality soon made it a favorite companion of French aristocrats.

Poodles are smart and active and come in three sizes: standard, miniature, and toy. They often rank in the top 10 most famous and trendy dog breeds. You can trace a lot of the Havapoo’s good nature back to its poodle lineage.

Each Havapoos’ size and appearance vary depending on its parents. But in general, they stand 8-11″ at the shoulder and weigh 7-13 lbs.

Havapoos have an average life expectancy of 12-15 years.

Like all mixed breeds, a Havapoo puppy’s appearance depends on its parents. They generally have medium-long coats. Their coats are thick, luxuriant, and somewhere on the spectrum of wavy to curly. They come in any color, from white to apricot to black. 

They also have small, rounded heads with dark eyes (usually dark brown) and little black shoe-button noses. 

Havapoos don’t shed much. But daily brushing is a good idea to keep their curly coats from getting matted and dirty. It’s also a good idea to bathe them at least monthly, and to get them clipped from time to time.

As a mixed breed, Havapoos can inherit health problems from either side of their ancestry. Some common issues may include:

  • Cataracts – Common disorder in Poodles, where the lens of one eye becomes cloudy. Can be removed through surgery.
  • Patella Luxation – This is a fancy name for a dislocated kneecap, and it is common in small dogs.
  • Hypothyroidism – The thyroid does not produce enough hormones. Fairly rare but more common among Havanese dogs.

Like all dog breeds, they are susceptible to hip and elbow dysplasia, two of the most common health issues among dogs. Hip and elbow dysplasia occurs when the leg or hip becomes weakened, and it can result in arthritis or potential lameness if not addressed.

One of the best ways to prevent this is by keeping your dog from too much running on hard surfaces, especially when they are puppies.

Allergens are caused by dander, which is dead skin cells.  These skin cells are shed by any animal, including humans.

If you struggle with allergies, good news! Many consider the Havapoo to be hypoallergenic. 

However, there is no such thing as a completely hypoallergenic dog. If you have someone in your home with animal allergy concerns, it is good to consult your family physician.

  • Are Havapoos good dogs for first-time puppy owners?
    Yes, Haavapoos make excellent first dogs. They are small enough to be manageable and are known to be obedient and trainable.
  • Are Havapoos good with kids?
    Havapoos are great with kids! They are gentle, sweet, and small enough not to hurt children. However, your children might accidentally injure a fragile Havapoo puppy, so teach them to play gently.
  • Do Havapoos have “hybrid vigor” in terms of health?
    Yes, hybrid dogs do have less of a chance of inheriting certain genetic disorders than purebred dogs. The Havapoo breed is no exception.
  • Do Havapoos bark a lot?
    Havapoos are not unusually loud. They bark when necessary and will let you know when someone is at the door, but they do not bark excessively.
  • Are Havapoos friendly to strangers?
    Yes. Havapoos are very friendly dogs and love all people.
  • Do Havapoos ever become aggressive?
    Havapoos are generally very sweet and friendly, and they are not known to be aggressive. However, the potential for aggression is present in all dogs. If your Havapoo feels threatened he may start growling and snapping.
  • Do Havapoos have a high prey drive?
    No. Havapoos have a very low prey drive.
  • Is the Poodle in Havapoos Toy, Mini, or Standard?
    The Poodle used to breed Havapoos are usually Miniature or Toy.
  • Do Havapoos get separation anxiety easily?
    Yes, Havapoos can get separation anxiety if left alone. They love their owners and can become very dependent on them. However, with proper training, they can become accustomed to staying at home by themselves for a while.
  • Are Havapoos high energy?
    Havapoos are moderately active and energetic. They don’t sleep all day, but neither are they hyperactive. Their exercise needs are relatively low, so they are a good choice for apartment dwellers or homes with small yards.

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