My girl Fifi have had her 2nd little of pups.. Mum and pups are doing great after a very relaxed birth.. Fifi give birth to 8 pups, 5 girls and 3 boys. This is Fifi 2nd litter with the same stud dog from her 1st litter, the reason for using the same dog is stud is pra tested, very healthy and a toy poodle. We also had 8 healthy pups from her last litter with no complications. Fifi parents have also been pra tested so Fifi all clear and won’t pass on to the pups. I will show copies of the tests when viewing and you will leave with copies. This was a planned litter (no accidents here) with every bit of love and care, with the matings, stud and Mam.
Fifi had weekly scans.
Fifi is a house pet, sleeps in my bed (throws the hubby out and takes over) she is my companion and best friend and makes the best running buddy ! Cockapoo are hyper allergenic and do not moult which is the reason I got Fifi as my daughter is asthmatic, she does not have any reactions to Fifi whatsoever and I have had positive feedback from the owners of Fifi last litter.
Lots of training with Fifi has a pup have made her the most loyal, well behaved dog, she listens to rules and is so well trained (will run past sheep without any hesitation)
Pups will be brought up in the house with eager children who don’t stop fussing them, certainly not in a shed or kennel, pups will be very socialised and handled, used to household noises.
Pups will be vet checked, injections, wormed from 2 weeks old every 2 weeks and micro chipped, they will also leave with 4 weeks free insurance. Mum is on a raw diet, providing the best nutrition to the pups and Mum. Pups will be ready to leave on the 8th January.
With the circumstances due to covid I ask only 2 people visit the household at a time and advised to wear a mask. I will send videos and take photos as they develop and send them to you. The 1st main photo is the pups from her last litter at 8 weeks old.
Any questions please feel free to ask.
I am taking £600 deposit to secure the pup.
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