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BLADE “COCKAPOO” FOUND HIS FOREVER HOME WITH A LOVING FAMILY

Blade Video Born on October 6, 2020 …….”Blade” is an Tri-Color (F1) Cockapoo and he will be ready to leave for his loving forever home anytime after December 1st…just in time for Christmas!!! He is registered with ICA and will be current on his vaccinations and dewormings. He will have a complete head to tail vet health check from our local vet and a one year genetic health guarantee as well. His dewclaws have been removed and his tail has been docked. We will micro-chip him with a MARRS microchip for his security and your peace of mind. His mother is a (Cinnamon, Red) Cocker Spaniel registered with ACA and APRI and she weighs approximately 19 lbs….. His father is a (Apricot) Miniature Poodle registered with AKC, ACA and APRI and he weighs approximately 12 lbs. He is anxiously awaiting the day he can go home with you…make him yours today with a non-refundable deposit of $250.00…We accept most major credit cards!!!

Description

Size: The Cockapoo can come in a wide variety of sizes depending on the Poodle breed used. Most have large, dark brown eyes and dark noses. Cockapoos may have docked tails.

Coat: The Cockapoo has a coat which combines aspects of the Poodle and Cocker Spaniel coats. It may be very curly, flat, or anywhere in between. The Cockapoo can be a wide variety of colors such as white, cream, tan, or a mix thereof. A variety of coat colors and textures can appear in the same litter.

Character: The Cockapoo is known for its pleasant temperament, loyalty and patience. Cockapoos are outgoing and eager for human companionship and attention. The Cockapoo will grow unhappy if it is left alone too often.

Temperament: The Cockapoo’s kind disposition makes it an ideal family pet. The Cockapoo is gentle and loving with children and enjoys the company of all living things, including other dogs and pets.

Care: Cockapoos do not shed much, however the coat does require extensive grooming. Like other hybrids, Cockapoos tend to have fewer health problems than most purebreds (known as ‘hybrid vigor’).

Training: Cockapoos are intelligent and eager to please, which usually makes training a simple procedure. A consistent but not overly firm approach is required. House training the Cockapoo may be difficult.

Activity: The Cockapoo has low exercise demands. A small yard where it can run freely and an occasional walk, in addition to its indoor antics, will keep it happy. The Cockapoo is a good breed for an apartment or condominium.

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