My lovely F1 cockapoo Harper has had her first litter consisting of 9 gorgeous F2 Cockapoo puppies.
The litter consisted of 6 males and 3 females.
6 of the puppies have already been reserved with deposits of £500 per pup taken, leaving only 3 males remaining in the litter waiting for their forever home. There is a tan/brown male (green tag), a black male (red tag) and a chocolate male (light blue tag) still available. (£500 deposit)
The pups are currently only 1 week old and are growing at a fantastic rate. NOTE: These Cockapoo puppies shouldn’t grow heavier than 15kg once fully developed.
All pups will receive their 1st vaccinations whilst still in my care, they will also be microchipped and be fully up to date with all flee and worming treatment.
Each pup will be sent home with a care package including toys and blankets used in the whelping pen, it will also contain tips and tricks and useful information for looking after your new pup.
Harper is a 2 year old brown Cockapoo with hints of red as her coat grows longer. She has a fantastic temperament and is amazing around children and adults. I have raised Harper in a family environment since she was 8 weeks old and she currently lives in the family home alongside her actual birth brother Scruffy.
The stud who sired the litter is a chocolate Cockapoo called Mickey who is 5 years old, he is a working dog and has been fully health checked. He also has a superb temperament and is a very loving dog.
Cockapoos are a very intelligent and also easy to please with the right enrichment and are typically always happy. They tend to be very outgoing and adventurous but can equally enjoy staying in and having a cuddle on the sofa.
Because of their wavy/curly coat, cockapoos do need help with maintenance, this includes regular brushing to stop matting and knots, baths every 3-4 weeks and grooming of their coat by a professional every 8-12 weeks.
More photos and a conversation with myself about the puppies and any other information you may want can be done via WhatsApp
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