Breed: Cockapoo

Updated: 9th Mar 2019


Our new litter of F1 Miniature Show Cockcapoos arrived on 5th March 2019 (ALL NOW SOLD) we will be holding viewings on 16th April and they will be ready to leave us on or around 30th April, we have 3 beaitiful puppies, there is 1 Girl and 2 Boys they are all apricot with a little white on their faces, chests and feet. If you would like more information about our new litter please get in contact.  We are long established home hobby breeders of F1 English Miniature Show Cockapoos.  We do not have kennels our dogs are our family and live in our home. All the puppies we breed are born and raised in our house and handled from birth so are very well socialised. We own both mum (K.C. Registered English Show Cocker) and dad (K.C. Registered Miniature Poodle) that are genetically clear of PRA, Optigen tested, FN Clear and hipscored.  All our puppies are wormed with Drontal puppy suspension every 2 weeks from 2 weeks old and will have a full vet check, 1st vaccination, and are microchipped before they leave us at 8 weeks old, they come with a comprehensive information pack with advice on training and looking after your new family member and a puppy pack which includes the food they are weaned on toys etc., please visit our website at for information on availability of our next litter of puppies and more about ourselves and our dogs.



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Born on / due:

8th Mar 2019






Breeder Info

Mr A Stewart


Tel: 07751 661084

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