32 Responses to Havapoo

  1. Teresa says:

    Looking to purchase a havipoo for our little family.
    How much is an appropriate amount to pay?

  2. Lilia says:

    I am looking for mix toy poodle havanese mix young puppy or very young adult dog max 2 years old. Please direct where buy or adopt

  3. Cameron, Marilyn K. says:

    Looking for a mini/toy (6-8 lbs full grown) havapoo with a darker face so the tear stains don’t show. Would take adult rescue dog or pup. Can wait until Mar. 2018. live in Columbia, MO.

  4. Judy Diamond says:

    Single, retired lady living in a condo. Looking for a young, not puppy, Havanese or Havanese/poodle mix to adopt in San Diego.

  5. Nancy Wright says:

    I am getting a Havapoo puppy in a couple of weeks. She will be 9 weeks old. I’m worried about potty training, having her go potty outdoors. Are these dogs easy to potty train. She is going to be small, probably 8 pounds. She is just darling, Mom and Dad have great personalities. I’m just worried about potty training such a small dog.

    • Jaymr says:

      I have had chewie for 2 years. She came to live with is when she was 2 months old. She was very easy to outdoor potty train. Positive reinforcement and patients plays a big part. She got used to going outside and I tried training her to use a “pee pad” but she wanted no part of that. My aunt has her sister and trained her to use a “pee pad” but had difficulty then training to go outside. A treat and love each time consistently should do the trick. They are very easy to train in other things as well. Loves to play fetch. Will sit, lay down, “drop it”, “leave it”, ect… Every time. I ❤️ This breed so much. Loves to cuddle endlessly so hopefully you have lots of time to do that 🙂

  6. Yvette says:

    I would like to give my daughters a havapoo puppy for Christmas. We would love a black female as we fell in love with one we saw recently. We would love her very much. Single mom. Teacher. We live close to school and work so I can come home to visit her if she’s young …

  7. Janici Hickey says:

    looking for name of mini havapoos in the Pacific Northwest

  8. MA says:

    Looking to adopt not purchase a havapoo puppy or dog. Anyone have any information of any please contact me.
    Thank you!

  9. Joyce Odom says:

    Joyce Charlotte NC
    Looking for a Havapoo female, potty trained, that doesn’t bark a lot that would be happy in a condo building with all old people.

  10. Carol Tietz says:

    We havapoo named Buddy. He was 5 months old when we got him. The people who purchased him no longer wanted him, Buddy is the most lovable little guy. He will be 7mo’s old on the 25th of June. He is eating Nutri Source Premium puppy food. I really want to know what kind of dog food is best for Buddy besides the food he is on. He ONLY WEIGHS 7.7LBS. Also what kind of dry dog food to purchase when he gets older I meant to say Buddy is HAVANESEPoodle mix.Please help us.Thank you

    • admin says:

      Hi Carol!
      Look for the words “complete” and “balanced” at the label on the bag of your dog food while choosing the brand to feed your 7-month-old Havapoo. Generally, the best dog foods are high in calcium, protein, and calories. Check if it is a good fit for puppies, adults, or all life stages. Also, examine the ingredient list to avoid allergens that might trigger allergic reactions in Buddy. Talk to your vet for any specific recommendations.

    • Sylvia says:

      We have a Poovanese/Havapoo named Albus and recently started him on a raw food diet. Before, on a kibble diet, he often refused to eat or would only eat if we added things he liked to his food. He hasn’t missed a meal since going raw and his coat is softer and teeth are whiter. The monthly cost of his food is about $27 which is the same as what I was paying in dry kibble. I was giving him a good quality dry food (Acana) and tried a few other better brands, but nothing worked until now. I read on the dogfoodadviser.com website that you should feed your dog the best food you can afford, and that makes good sense to me. Do some research on the internet to learn what foods are good for dogs in general and what foods to avoid. You can always supplement your dog’s kibble with some cooked chicken, beef or fish along with eggs, fruits and vegetables. Just don’t mix dry kibble with raw meat. Keep them separate as they digest differently. Wishing you well with Buddy.

  11. Deborah says:

    Help identify my dog. My dog, Buddy, is a rescue from a Bichon rescue but the director said she thinks he’s also Havanese. I am perplexed because he doesn’t seem to fit most Bichon or Havanese traits. For example, he’s 20 lbs. and while he’s super loving to people he really doesn’t like other animals. He attacks dogs at dog parks and it took 2 months for him to get used to our sweet old, docile 10-year-old rescue mutt. He has completely white hair, pink skin with a few black areas on his back. His eyes are a light brown, almost hazel color and his nose is part black but mostly brown. His toenails are pink. His tail is classic bichon and so is his run (which is adorable). I got him when he was 2 and he’s now 4. He’s had difficulty focusing in dog training so we’re no longer doing it. His main obsession is food. I understand he was in a kill shelter before we got him so that might explain his aggressiveness to other dogs and obsession with food. He also growls wildly at feet – and he loves to sleep next to my feet but anytime I move them he growls. I sometimes think of that movie “Lilo and Stich” where the girl thinks she’s found a dog but it’s really an alien. And like Stich, he’s found his home. Any suggestions about what kind of dog this is? I can send a photo but can’t see how to post one in this message.

    • Violet says:

      Try a DNA test! We did this and found our “terrier mix” was a Japanese chin/Yorkie. Looked up the features and traits and it was exact!! Only about $75 or so on amazon.

  12. Michelle says:

    We are in Michigan and are looking for a havapoo to love. Puppy or young dog.

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  14. Carol says:

    We are looking for 2 HavapooPuppies we live in Rhode Island. Would like to get them from breeders, so we know they have shots etc. Please contact me.

  15. Betsy Kesler says:

    My Bichon Missy crossed over the rainbow bridge recently. She was 13 & the LOVE OF MY LIFE! I would be ecstatic 2 have a Havapoo rescue. I’m retired & in need of puppy LOVE. PLZ help!

  16. Roberta Marshall says:

    I am looking for a havapoo or sheltie poo Please contact me. I am open to rescue, young adult or puppy.

  17. Penny Messer says:

    We had to put our loving dog down in Nov. He was 15. I would like a small mixed dog, like hava/poo or such. We prefer a male. We have had ShihTzu (which are wonderful) but I want a mixed one now which does not shed, is intelligent and affectionate. We can give it a warm and loving home.

  18. Lorna Danielian says:

    I am very familiar with the Havanesse. Great dogs. I am looking for a mix hava pop puppy or young adult dog. Also would like a brown or fawn and white mixed color dog. My husband And I have lived here in Florida now for one year and we are settled into our home and area. We are longing for a fur baby but do not wish to pay for the prices in pet stores.

  19. I’m a veteran suffering from PTSD & really desire a Havapoo or any intelligent, smart, lovable, little darling companion dog ? like one. The process/program through the VA though free for veterans rarely offer these type of breeds. I’ll check with as many agencies locally here in metro Atlanta GA but just wanted to advertise my need. I’m staying inside too much and need a companion to bring me some joy and unconditional love. Thank you.

  20. Barbara MATUS says:

    Im looking for a Havapoo puppy
    In the south Florida area

  21. Joe says:

    My Havapoo is the smartest dog I have ever owned. Not only smart but very sensitive and he watches me constantly lol. Very curious and loves to greet other dogs and every person that he can. Total lapdog when it is cold. I take him everywhere and that is just the way he likes it. I don’t know if it is the Havanese or the Poodle that makes him such a wonderful and entertaining companion. When he plays with a squeak toy he will cut circles and make moves that would cause a pro football player to be envious. Would not trade my buddy for anything. Simply the best.

    • Teri says:

      Oh my goodness,Joe. I was recently surprised by my husband with a havapoo that I describe exactly as you have. He was a rescue and for the life of me i cannot understand why a dog this loving and this intelligent and affectionate could end up in that situation. He stays with me constantly, and my husband has become a little jealous of our closeness. He is extremely loyal and fearless to be so small. I am so blessed to have rid companion

  22. Carolyn Fritz says:

    I’m interested in a Havapoo dog. 4- 7 years old. Would like a female. We had a black male but had to put him down. He had cancer. I would like to adopt a rescue dog if possible. Any help would be wonderful. We live in Port Charlotte, fl.

  23. Fred cincotta says:

    Please help I am not rich to afford a high price dog but I want one for my Wife
    we had to put ours down because of cancer.A small Male dog if possible like a Havenese or shitz zu

    • Cathy says:

      Keep check at your local shelters for adoption. At any given time there are 2 to 3 small breed dogs. And you will be saving a life

    • Tanya Stuart says:

      We just happened to come across a Hava/Poo and she is the most precious little thing. She was 10 months old when we got her. Have had her for a month and she is so happy with us.

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