these 2 gorgeous boys are from a litter of cockapoos, sometimes one or two puppies of the litter can look like and take after the cocker spaniel side of the breed rather than the poodle
they have smooth straight hair rather than curly apart from their curly haired ears like the the cocker spaniel
basically they look like a small cocker spaniel
mum is our gorgeous working cocker spaniel, she is very clever, playful and very friendly
dad is a f1 cockapoo who is also very friendly natured - a copy of his DA Prcd certificate will be given
puppies are all very clever, playful and loving
all vaccinations, microchip, heath check, flead and wormed all up to date
puppies can be seen with mum
please contact to arrange a viewing or ask further questions
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