Gorgeous f1b cockerpoo puppies. Puppies are 2 weeks old and not ready to leave till 3rd October. This is mums first litter she is our family pet & has such a loving nature. Mum is a f1b cockerpoo very curly. Pups will be reared around children of various ages in our family home. They will come vet checked with first vaccination microchipped and wormed regularly. They will leave with a blanket with mums smell on food and a little toy. We have 2 girls & 4 boys available.
Black boy with white blaze
Chocolate girl with white blaze
White with chocolate girl
White with black boy
Puppies can be reserved and viewing is welcome, a deposit of 200 will secure. Please note house has full CCTV and we are looking for genuine loving homes for our babies.
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