Chocolate F1 cockapoos

Breed: Cockapoo

Updated: 14th Nov 2021

Description

I have an outstanding litter of chocolate first Cross cockapoos. Mum is our chocolate cocker spaniel, Meg. She is a lively and lovely natured girl who is rearing her pups in our living room under our watchful eye. Dad is Patrick, who has got the lovliest laid back nature, and is a really clever miniature chocolate KC reg poodle. Patrick is tested and clear for degenerative myelopathy, PRA, Von Willebrands Type 1 mutation and also clear for NEwS mutation. Meg is tested clear for Acral Mutation Syndrome (AMS) Familial nepropathy (FNC) and progressive retinal atrophy (PRA).

Pups are progressing daily and showing a mix of coats, from very curly to wavy. Some are solid chocolate and some have white chests. One girl is a tan and sable showing signs of a thick and fleecy coat.

2nd vaccine to be done on 25th November 

Just 1 boy and 2 girls now available 

Please call to discuss and ask questions. Please also be prepared for me to ask questions also.

Microchip and vaccines to be done at 6 weeks from when visits will be available. 

Happy to do video calls in the interim.

Info

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Price:

£1800

Born on / due:

16th Sep 2021

Breed:

Cockapoo

Location:

Merseyside

Location

Breeder Info

Mrs Z Parr

Tel: 07504619046

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