Cockapoo Puppies For Sale
Cockapoo Dog Breeders
Find Cockapoo Puppies For Sale on Pets4You.com. Crosses between the Miniature Poodle and American Cocker Spaniel have existed for over 30 years; Cockapoos are now so common in North America that they may soon obtain breed standards and formal recognition. The Poodle is evident in both face and coat texture. These dogs are intent observers, not given to the hyperactive excesses of many Cocker Spaniels. Cockapoos have a much lower incidence of skin problems than the Cocker Spaniel. These dogs are excellent family pets, although their non-shedding coat requires frequent grooming. They weigh 20 to 25 lbs. and stand 14-15" at the shoulders. Contact the dog breeders below for Cockapoo Puppies For Sale.
- Puff n Stuff Cockapoo
- Christiansburg, VA
- ADORABLE PUPPIES AVAILABLE.....RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED NOW!!!
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Puppies Available Now! Specializing in lap-sitters, face washers and bed warmers. Non-shedding. 1st generation. AKC Registered parents on premises. Health Guaranteed. Cockapoo Puppies For Sale in Christiansburg, Virginia United States. Also has Goldendoodles.
Cockapoo Puppies for SaleKelly Burdette (540) 552-4160 / (540) 382-6103
- Teddy Bear Poodles & PooMixes Cockapoo
- Harrisonville, MO
- PUPPIES AVAILABLE NOW! VISIT OUR WEBSITE!
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Specializing in Therapy Service dogs and Loving family pets. Home raised very well socialized. ALL COLORS and SIZES, including the tinier sizes all the way up to standard sized, WE SHIP!!! Shots utd, wormed, and health guaranteed 100%! State and Federal Licensed and inspected and adult parents live as pets in homes of family and friends, NOT KENNELED! We also have other poo mixes available. Cockapoo Puppies For Sale in Harrisonville, Missouri United StatesKristina (816) 682-0265
- Mary's Cockapoos
- New Haven, CT
- Puppies Available November 2015
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Puppies Available Now! These precious hypoallergenic puppies are raised in our clean, loving home. Parents on site. Great family Pets. Shipping Available. $750 and up. Email Only. Cockapoo Puppies For Sale in New Haven, Connecticut United States
- Cutest Puppies Available NOw!
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I have been raising Cockapoos now for 13 years. We live on a farm and also raise cattle, horses, and chickens. We ship every Friday for $325.00. All puppies comes with a microchip, health certificate, shot records and a three year guarantee. Our puppies are first generation and we are State and USDA licensed and inspected. Cockapoo Puppies For Sale in Missouri United StatesCraig Burns (417) 652-3579
- Jan's Cockapoos
- West Orange, NJ
Puppies Available Now! Home raised, healthy, energetic, beautiful personalities. Must see true loves. Shots & de-wormed, written health guarantee. Medium size, makes perfect family pet. Sorry will not ship! Cockapoo Puppies For Sale in West Orange, New Jersey United StatesChampion Bloodline: No
Champion Sired: No
Show Potential: No
Cockapoo Puppies for SaleJanet (973) 632-1338
- Male Cockapoos Available Now!
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Available Now Cockapoos, 4 blonde males.Comes with a puppy guarantee. A variety of genetic testing done on their parents. These boys are playful, curious, and loving. The beauty of this breed is the non shedding coat. Dew claws have been removed, vet checks, and 1st immunization completed.I am happy to speak to you over FaceTime video so you can fall in love with your favorite one. Cockapoo Puppies For Sale in Utah United StatesTraci (801) 230-7605
- Gorgeous Cockapoo Puppies at Cockapoo Cottage
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Cockapoo puppies for sale. Commitment to raising healthy and loving puppies. At this time specializing in F1 and F1b puppies. Moms are American Cocker Spaniel, Brazilian Cocker Spaniel and Cockapoos. Dads are Miniature Poodles. Variety of colors and coat textures are in each litter. All have a loving disposition for family, therapy or service dogs. Cockapoo Puppies For Sale in Virginia United StatesDate Born: 03/12/2018
Date Available: 05/06/2018Price Range: 2000.00
(2) boys are available in toy size. Black with various white and tan markings. Almost a sable coloring.
Vet Check at (7) weeks of age with first vaccination, deworming, gift bag, (1) year health guarantee and 24/7 assistance for questions and information. Visitation at (5) weeks of age and pick up at (8) weeks of age by appointment.Luann Woodard (540) 975-2819
A Very Popular Dog Available in Standard, Toy and Mini Sizes
The Cockapoo dog breed, a cross between a Cocker Spaniel and a Poodle, was first bred in the United States in the 1950s. This breed, while popular, is not recognized officially as a breed by mainstream dog breeding associations such as the American Kennel Club (AKC). The Cockapoo set the standard for planned hybrids. This is one of the first breeds that was carefully thought out and meticulously created, using the most advanced information on genetics at the time and the best techniques to create a hybrid that showcased the best of two breeds. The popularity of Cockapoos has soared in recent times, and with the growth of the Internet, many websites and online groups have formed to share information and establish guidelines.
What it Takes to be a Cockapoo
A Cockapoo, by definition, is a cross-breed dog, either 75% Poodle or 75% Cocker Spaniel. It comes in three sizes; Toy, Mini, and Standard. Toy is considered to be 10" or less at shoulder height, mini is 11" to 14" at shoulder height, and Standard is 15" or more at shoulder height. Typical colors are white, buff, cream, black, apricot, red, and chocolate, or any combination of these colors with white. Markings can vary quite a bit, but the breed association has standardized the most common forms. These marking forms are:
1. Parti: Two or more standard colors, one of which must be white.
2. Phantom: Usually a black body with brown color on legs or underbody.
3. Sable: Black or dark brown at birth, lightening to a mix of gold, silver, brown, or tan. Usually the darker points on the ears or face.
4. Tri-color: Mix of three colors with separate colors on chest, legs, and ears.
5. Merle: Lighter colors at the base swirled with a darker color.
6. Roan: Single white hairs and white patches mingled with the base color.
According to the North American Cockapoo Registry (NACR), a true Cockapoo "is ONLY a purposeful, planned crossing of a purebred cocker spaniel with a purebred poodle". The NACR is the "official" organization for determining Cockapoo breed characteristics. This organization is founded with the belief that the Cockapoo will one day attain official status as a dog breed. This organization is highly technical in its definition and actually encourages genetic testing to get a more detailed blueprint for the breed. According to the NACR, a first generation of F1 Cockapoo (direct cross between Poodle and Cocker Spaniel) is the only basis for subsequent generations of Cockapoos. Cockapoos born of other Cockapoos are designated second-generation or F2. According to the NACR then, a true Cockapoo is the offspring of an F2 Cockapoo pair.
Cockapoo Temperament and Personality
The Cockapoo's personality is very outgoing, and unlike many smaller breeds, highly sociable with other dogs. Cockapoos are also great with children, although it is best that they have a single owner. They have a high activity level, but because of their size, they adapt well to apartments or small living spaces. They have a fairly long lifespan – 14 to 18 years, and in some cases they may reach their 20s.
Cockapoos need a lot of attention, as they are bred as companions. Unlike many of the larger dogs, which are bred for specific work tasks, the Cockapoo is bred for sociability and companionship. Because of this, the Cockapoo needs personal devotion and anyone that is considering getting a Cockapoo must make sure they can spend time with the dog. Cockapoos don't really have any more negative personality attributes than other dog breeds. Common issues such as urination in the home or aggressive behavior can be dealt with using commonly-accepted training practices that are effective for all breeds. Because of their need for companionship, lack of attention is often the root cause of all Cockapoo behavioral problems. They are very gregarious around other dogs and typically do not exhibit jealousy if there is another dog or pet in the house.
There are quite a few Cockapoo societies and clubs in the United States as well as Europe. While the breed is not officially recognized, these societies firmly believe that the breed will achieve official status at some point in the future. The largest societies are The American Cockapoo Club, the North American Cockapoo Registry, and the Cockapoo Club of America. These societies have established universally-accepted guidelines that specifically define the breed and are avid proponents for the breed's official recognition.
The North American Cockapoo Registry is the self-proclaimed official Cockapoo authority. Very precise about its guidelines for the proper Cockapoo breed, it can be quite confrontational with other organizations and societies if an issue is in dispute. This causes some disagreement within the ranks of Cockapoo aficionados, but it will likely all resolve upon the official establishment of the breed.
Generally, the Cockapoo breed has been gaining acceptance as it is refined and more people are interested in keeping the lineage pure. There is no doubt that eventually this will become a universally-accepted breed. The characteristics of this dog are excellent, the lifespan is long, and as a pet it is also well suited for an urban lifestyle. It is expected that the Cockapoo will be around for quite some time.
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Group Classification: Mixed Breeds
Recognized By: ACHC, DDKC, NACR, CCA, ACC, DRA
Country of Origin: US
Date of Origin: 1950's
Hair Length: Short, Medium
Body Size: Small
Weight Male: 20-25 pounds
Height Male: 14-17 inches
Weight Female: 20-25 pounds
Height Female: 14-17 inches
Litter Size: 4-6 puppies
Life Expectancy: 13-15 years
Black, Tan, beige, or buff, Red, including auburn and apricot colors, Brown, varying from light to dark and tan, Sable, a brown color with tipping and shading in black, Crea, White, Silver, Mixtures of more than one color
When left alone for extended periods of time, Cockapoos are generally not destructive. However, these dogs can become anxious so crating is recommend if leaving a Cockapoo alone for more than four hours at a time.