Two Litters of Cockapoo Babies

Breed: Cockapoo

Updated: 26th Apr 2016


A gorgeous litter of Cockapoo Puppies. These puppies are just starting to get the characteristic and staring to explore. We are now introducing household noises and different surroundings. They have already be introduced to children and adults. The puppies will been seen by the vet before they go to their new homes to double check they are happy and healthy. The lovely result of a cross between a Cocker Spaniel and a Poodle, the Cockapoo has actually been a popular dog for decades. Cockapoos derives its high intelligence from the poodle. Another asset from the poodle is the low-shedding coat. This makes the Cockapoo a potentially good option for people who suffer with allergies. The sweet and patient disposition often associated with the Cocker Spaniel is apparent in the Cockapoo offspring. They will make a brilliant and clean family pet. I am now taking viewings and a deposits will secure your puppy until they are old enough for their new homes. Please feel free to contact me for any information. You can also have a look at my website to find out more about me and my pooches. Look forwards to hearing from you x x x


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Kirstin Pollington


Tel: 07775 254393

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