Looking for a loving new home for my 6-month old female Apricot cockapoo. Unfortunately rehoming her as my girlfriend and I are expecting and relocating to a no-pets flat. Sad but.
Kay has lived with us since birth and is very intelligent and playful. Also well-trained and friendly. Kay's dad is a Cocker Spaniel and mom a poodle.
She’s microchipped, wormed, flead and vet checked to date. Only serious enquirers able to provide her the love she deserves.
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