Meaning: "Joyful Gift"
(F1B in reverse ~ Cavapoo bred back to a Cavalier)
Desta is vibrant and full of sugar and spice and everything nice!
Weight: 12.8 pounds (5.81 kg)
Height: 13 inches at the shoulder
A little Desta thing:
Desta's tail and wiggly bum have never stopped since she discovered they moved!
Lil' Dee or Desta-Doo
Desta is a unique Ruby Abstract Cavapoo bred selectively for her near-Cavalier-like appearance! She is a cross between our prize Cavalier King Charles Spaniel stud, Cabello, and our adoring F1 Cavapoo female, Daphne, which makes Desta 75% Cavalier and 25% Poodle. This makes her a unique F1B Cavapoo being that the Cavalier gene is more
dominant than that of the Poodle gene.
Desta will still be capable of producing puppies with a curlier coat when she is paired with
a Poodle to make a ratio similar to that of the F1 Cavapoo. The resulting offspring will
technically be 37.5% Cavalier and 62.5% Poodle when Desta is bred to a Poodle (we call
these F2B Mimic Cavapoos), but they will still look similar to the F1 Cavapoo even though there is a smidgen more Poodle in the ratio. Or Desta can be bred to our Cavapoo stud,
Arlo, for a very unique blend of Cavapoo that will be a ratio of 50.5% Cavalier and
49.5% Poodle for the perfect mixture that will melt your heart!
Desta was born and raised here at Pleasant Meadows. She is a full daughter of Daphne and Cabello. Her mother Daphne is one of the 5 daughters we were able to keep from our legendary Poodle stud Tobi (now retired), and Desta's father Cabello is our prize
Cavalier who has 5 champions in his 5 generation AKC pedigree!
Desta's heart is verified via an ECG monitor prior to breeding.
Patellas: Grade 0 / NORMAL
Blood Panel: NORMAL
Canine Health Check: CLEAR / NORMAL
(Canine Health Check screens for more than 250 different inherited diseases and traits)
Desta is CLEAR for the Cavalier and Poodle Breed Profile (diseases commonly carried by the breeds) and has also been health screened and is CLEAR for a total of 254 other testable diseases that are uncommon (but not impossible) for the Cavalier and the Poodle, but are commonly found in other breeds.