We have for sale 7 stunning fox red F1B Cockapoo Puppies.
Our clever and loving family dog Ruby who is an F1 cockapoo gave birth to 7 perfect puppies on the 26th of January and they will be ready to leave us on the 23rd of March for their forever homes.
Ruby gave birth to litter of 2 boys and 5 girls which are all doing great. They are starting to show their personalities, exploring and becoming playful. They are also weaning well and gaining weight daily.
Ruby is a brilliant mum and this is her second and final litter (photos of last litter available on request). She is health check cleared and PRA clear.
All the puppies have been well socialised with our other two dogs, 4 daughters, family members and used to all household noises and the general commotion of a busy home.
Dad is a well proven red toy poodle stud. He is DNA tested PRA hereditary clear and has 5 generation/KC registered papers. He stands 10" tall.
Puppies will come with a full health check from our vets along with their first vaccinations. They have been wormed and will be again at 4, 6 and 8 weeks with Panacur 10% oral suspension.
Looking for genuine loving homes for these gorgeous puppies. They are truly adorable and we will not let them go to any home we feel as unsuitable. All of the last litter have amazing homes and we are in regular contact via whatsapp and have had a puppy meet which was fantastic,
The puppies will come with a pack including their food, microchip details, health check documents and details of their weights etc from birth.
A £525 non refundable deposit to secure your puppy will be required with the remaining paid on collection. Viewing of the puppies can begin online if required but visits to the house will be by prior arrangement following social distancing guidelines and following a check of your credentials,
Please call or email for any further info,
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