F1 Cockapoo Puppies Ready to Leave from 22nd May

Breed: Cockapoo

Updated: 13th May 2018



F1 Miniature Cockapoo Puppies.  7 girls & 1 boy, apricot through to red.  Photos attached of puppies from previous litter.  I also have a stunning 1 year old cockapoo here for you to meet,  which I kept from the last litter.  You will get an idea of what this litter will look like and see her fabulous temperament.  There are photos of her on this advert.

Mum is our beautiful pedigree golden red Cocker Spaniel, DNA tested for FN, DM and prcd-PRA 

Dad is our handsome, KC registered, dark apricot, miniature poodle, DNA tested for prcd-PRA, von Willebrands type 1, rcd4-PRA/LOPRA, DM and Malignant Hyperthermia.  So puppies will not be affected by any of these.

Mum and dad are our family pets and live inside our home.  Puppies were born and will be raised in our lounge and used to everyday noises  and will be well socialized with our children and other dogs.  They will be ready to leave from 22 May after being wormed from 2 weeks of age, be vet checked, have 1st vaccination, be microchipped & have preventative flea treatment.  Puppies will also leave with copies of mum and dad's pedigrees, DNA certificates, puppy care sheet, scent blanket & bag of food.

4 girls reserved

1 boy reserved


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Born on / due:

27th Mar 2018






Breeder Info

Sarah Jackson


Tel: 07401431915

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