We have a new website, for just our puppies! As everything started originally from Weaver Family Farms, and here through WeaverFamilyFarms.com – Over time we branched out to using different websites for each of the different things we do. Instead of having this website have our puppies but direct you to other websites for our other things, we finally decided we needed an entirely new website, based on this website, but just for our dogs & puppies! We are not necessarily changing our name, we are still Weaver Family Farms but we have been mentioned many times before as “Weaver Family Farms Puppies” Which we are also! That is what the name of the new website is that you can now visit for only puppies & dogs with nothing else! As of now in October 2022, it is still a work in progress, currently, the waiting list is now fully operational, the website is fast, easy to use, works across all devices, and is open for traffic. We hope to see you there! Bookmark our new website if you come to our website normally for only things puppy related, because things puppy related will now be there! Yes, it is really us! Here is a picture of our new website as of October 2022! Thanks! WeaverFamilyFarmsPuppies.com
We raise maltipoo puppies! Maltipoos are a fantastic hybrid cross breed between a Maltese and a poodle. You get a very low shedding dog, that is toy or miniature size (ours are usually more of a miniature size) and they are very loving family dogs.
Maltipoos tend to be smart and can be trained typically without to much hassle if the right amount of time, love and effort is put into place to help them learn. They do learn best at younger ages. The earliest a puppy can leave is at 8 weeks of age. The best time for them to transition to their new home is really between that 8 and 10 weeks old time frame. They tend to learn quickly and adjust the best during this age. Have you ever heard the old saying that you can’t teach a old dog new tricks? Well, while that is mostly true, you can teach an old dog new tricks, it’s just much harder.
I am going to share some pictures of maltipoo puppies we have from a current litter here on this post for you to see. These will all most likely be rehome over the next few weeks. Today is June 24, 2022. Feel free to browse around the rest of our website, if you want to – shoot us a message to our Facebook page, email us or even send over a text and we will respond as soon as we are able to do so. we have lots of answers to common questions here on our website 😊
“Xena” is now happily in her new home in CT! She is already very loved and spoiled. She is a red Cavapoo, very adorable and sweet. Cavapoos are simply awesome dogs! March 2022. Sandy the cavalier is mommy and Jax the miniature poodle is daddy.
We make custom wooden signs! We have made thousands, and they have shipped all over the world, made by hand, from scratch, right here by our family, in the USA. 🇺🇸
We love sharing our latest work that we have made for customers around the world 🌎 We are known to be able to make nearly any kind of design with almost no limits. We can use nearly any font, any graphic and any custom layout you can imagine. If you can imagine it, we can most likely make it happen!
Look at these adorable redCavapoopuppies from one of our early 2022Cavapoo litters! These Cavapoopuppies are very well natured, sweet, LOVE attention & people. We offer puppies strictly from those on our waiting list, so none of these puppies are available. We simply wanted to share some pictures of these cute red Cavapoopuppies to share with you! Sandy (cavalier) is mommy and Jax (miniature poodle) is dad.
We recently this year (2021) have added this new shape to our product line. Now you can choose a long sign, a longer sign, or a really long sign! The example in this image is one we created for a customer that wanted a custom wood sign that looked similar to a street sign.
100% organic, grown right here on our small family farm. First year Concord grapes, we processed them and made some delicious grape jelly. The watermelon is sugar baby watermelon, they are small but super sugary sweet! Yum!