Updated: 22nd May 2017
We have a beautiful solid dark chocolate girl looking for her forever home.
We have had a litter of 6 stunning puppies born at the end of March to our family F1 cockapoo. Mum has been bred back to a mini poodle to give us F1b cockapoos. These little dogs have all the amazing traits of F1's but they will have a curlier coat (and less likely to shed) and will stand slightly smaller than a regular F1. The stud we used was also a lovely family pet, his temperament was extremely important to us as was of course his health. He is tested prcd-PRA clear and poodle through the mum also clear from this and hip dysplaia clear too.
She has been raised in our family home, living amonst all the usual noises a busy household provides and is handled daily by ourselves and our children - with supervision! - she has just started to spend her days out in our purpose built kennels and run when I am home to keep an eye on them. Here she is experiencing new noises such as the car, lawn mower, sheep/lambs and even a few brave cats!
She is ready to view and reserve now. She will be old enough to leave her mum on May bank holiday weekend, no sooner than the Saturday. She will be microchipped, fully wormed, first flea treatment and first vaccination if your vet uses the same vaccine as ours. Some use different brands and it would require her starting the course again and possibly over loading her system. She will also leave with a bag of food that she is eating (Royal Canin), a blanket with mums scent to help settle and 4 weeks free insurance.
This little pup is an absolute delight and would make a wonderful family pet. But, please no full time workers without arrangements for her during the day - please don't be offended if I ask about this. If you have any questions please call or email we'd be happy to answer.
Photos of her with her litter and a photo of mum..
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Born on / due:
30th Mar 2017
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