(Cavalier x Poodle)

Cavoodles are wonderful, family friendly, low-shedding dogs. Cavoodles are the result of cross-breeding Cavalier King Charles Spaniels and Poodles (miniature or toy).


(Shih Tzu x Poodle)

Shoodles are similar to Cavoodles, being the cross-breeding of Shih Tzu and toy Poodles.

Check our Available Puppies and/or complete an enquiry form.

You will receive an email alert when we have puppies available for sale. Information and pictures will be posted on our website with priority given to people who have joined our waiting list.

Our Cavoodle Soft Toys are made for cuddles

Puppies for – families with children on the Autism Spectrum

We have a passion for breeding and raising puppies suitable for children on the Autism Spectrum because of the amazing difference our first cavoodle made in the life of our son who is on the Spectrum.
If you have a child on the Autism Spectrum or with other special needs, you can join our priority waiting list when you click here.

Receive a free copy of our eBook “5 Ways a Puppy can help a Child on the Autism Spectrum puppy love: building connection, confidence and caring”

Waratah Puppies is proudly hosting a

Cavoodles Christmas Celebration

8th December 10:30am to 12:30pm,

Randwick Gates Entrance, Centennial Park

Waratah Puppies (formerly Waratah Park Puppies) breeds healthy, happy Cavoodle and Shoodle puppies primarily for children on the Autism Spectrum or with other special needs.
why buy

Why buy a Waratah Puppy?

Our puppies are healthy, happy puppies with many advantages over other puppies you may see for sale.

We are a vet audited, registered breeder specialising in placing puppies with children with special needs.

Our puppies are:

  • lovingly care for and handled every day
  • vet checked thoroughly, at least twice before leaving us
  • vaccinated with C3 and C5 and come with a vaccination schedule
  • wormed every 2 weeks with Puppy Worming Suspension and come with worming schedule and recommended grooming schedule
  • microchipped (transfer of ownership instructions provided with the puppy)
  • desexed and receive post op care and usually stitches are removed before leaving us
  • doing well with toilet training – to artificial turf
  • able to sleep on their own (soft toy companion) in their own travel crate
  • used to wearing a collar
  • ready for lead training (we sometimes begin lead training)

To see our available puppies, visit our PUPPIES FOR SALE page