Updated: 14th Feb 2021
I am pleased to announce that my beautiful golden cocker spaniel female has recently been mated to a handsome miniature poodle, so we are hoping to have a litter of lovely F1 cockapoo puppies by mid-March ready to take home from 8 weeks old around early to mid-May. Mum (pictured), is a lovely golden cocker of very sweet and lively temperament while dad is a handsome apricot miniature poodle from champion show lines. All pups are expected to be apricot/golden in colour. Dad has been DNA tested clear for a variety of hereditary conditions including PRA while mum is hereditary clear of PRA and FN so that pups will be unaffected by these diseases which are known to affect poodles and/or cocker spaniels. Pups will be lovingly hand-reared and socialised in the home, come with detailed puppy pack/instructions, 4 weeks pet insurance, and be fully wormed, microchipped, and vet-checked prior to leaving mum. Although still early days, I am accepting enquiries and interviewing prospective owners now to ensure best forever homes for the expected pups. If you are interested in getting on the list early for this exciting litter, please get in contact by email. However please, no minors, families with babies or small children, or couples who hope that getting a puppy will improve or save a troubled relationship. Preference will be given to homeowners with stable family lives and lots of time available to lavish on a dog over its entire lifetime not just puppyhood. Previous experience of owning and raising dogs, especially boisterous puppies, also a plus. Mum is a family pet, and litter once born can be viewed by mobile apps during Covid restrictions. Pet homes only, and no time wasters, please. If interested, please reply by email to describe yourself, your situation, and suitability for owning a puppy/dog. Please note that due to high interest, I may not be able to respond to all queries, but please leave contact numbers in case of emails not getting through.
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10th Mar 2021
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