Our Beautiful F3 Cockapoo Autumn has had 8 Amazing Cockapoo pups!
* 4 pups remaining*
Both parents are our family pets and both are here to meet you with the pups!
This will be Autumns first litter, but dad Buddy has sired other fantastic litters with an amazing array of colours and sound temperament.
Mum Autumn is an Apricot colour F3 Cockapoo (please see photo above)
Buddy is a jet black F1 Cockapoo (please see photo above)
Both parents are fully genetically screened for potential inherited diseases relative to the cocker spaniel and poodle and both are clear which means none of the pups will develop or carry such inherited diseases!! (Please see photo of genetic testing undertaken)
We have 6 boys & 2 Girls, all will be raised within a loving home environment, will be socialised with other dogs, children, adults & other pets & household noises and routines.
All pups will have commenced toilet training in the garden! And will be fully weaned, vet checked, microchipped and would have received their 1st vaccine prior to leaving. All will leave with their puppy pack!
Will be available to leave at 8 weeks old from the 20th August.
We ask for £250 as a deposit to secure your new family member.
We have available:
1x Chocolate & Tan Phantom boy (yellow collar) - RESERVED
1x Chocolate, White & Tan Tricolour boy (red collar) - RESERVED
1x Chocolate & Tan Phantom boy (Grey collar)
1x black, Tan & white tricolour boy (orange collar)
1x Black boy with white bib (light blue collar)
1x Red/Apricot boy (dark blue collar)
1x Red girl (light pink collar) - RESERVED
1x Apricot/golden Girl (purple collar) - RESERVED
Please phone/ text - welcome to view the pups within our home from 4 weeks old.
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