Hiya, 3 weeks ago we welcomed 6 f2 Cavapoo puppies. We are hoping to find them a new home before June 18th which is the date they will be available to collect.
We own both mum and dad and it's their first litter. They are both health checked F1 cavapoos with a great temperament raised in a family home.
I'm the litter there are 4 girls (purple,pink, orange & red collars) and 2 boys (green & blue collars). The puppies are all doing great and very healthy. we will make sure they are vaccinated, wormed and microchipped before leaving us.
If you're interested please let us know and provide contact details so we can arrange to discuss it further with you. Any other information you can provide about yourself and lifestyle would be very helpful.
It's important to us that we find responsable and loving homes for them and will only accept people we think are able to provide that for the puppies.
Feel free to ask us any questions
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