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Our Grover is lovely, now 14 months old, just wondering if anyone else out there has a Cockerpoo from Jandazz west Wales. Be nice to see if they are similar? :)
 

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Stanleys from Jandaz

My dog "Stanley " is from Jandaz. He's a few days short of 8th months old. I'll take some current photo and post. I'll also post parents details might be siblings
 
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mat janice here if you want to no were bros and sisters are email me and i will send all details to you i would also love a pic of him for website www.jandaz.co.uk cheers and good morning to all janice ;):)
 

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Here's Stanley today aged 8 months

This is my dog Stanley from Jandaz. We collected him from Jandaz on 30th July 2010 at the end of a weeks holiday with our touring caravan on the west coast of Wales. He was almost 10 weeks old and then and had to have his first car journey with us of almost 300 miles towing a caravan all the way back to Hull. Almost 8 hours later we arrived home!!!! He slept almost the whole way only waking to wimper which we worked out meant he needed a wee!!!! He's been great, he has got on well with everyone from day one including other dogs and animals. He was clearly well socialised from birth and has NEVER shown any aggression even when chastised by our 4 year old who often forgets hat sometimes he just likes to chill out and perhaps doesn't want cuddling like one of her toys!!! All in all extremely pleased.
Photos of Stanley are on the way to you via email Janice. Feel free to use them as you wish. We still check your site regularly. Our kids would love to see Stanley on there. He is a little hard to photograph though as he is so jet black
 
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hi francine lovely to meet your family today and gorgeous joya ? hope thats spelt right primo/murphy is a fantastic 2nd generation dog please keep him entire as he will be fabulous for producing 3rd generation puppies any questions please do not hesitate to ring or email me janice xxx:):):):)
 

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Romeo............... please post more about generation puppies. My cockapoo is 1st generation. I bought without knowing anything about that. My sister had a cockapoo years ago in Calif. and she loved it. Always talked about how good a dog it was. I checked out some puppies here and there for 9 months and settled on a great cockapoo.
 
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hi maree although i have been breeding cockapoos for 10 years i am no expert i have done 2nd generation with great success i think the last litter from winnie and bruno were all the best coated dogs ever better than F1s but then i have had the mixed litters were some look like spaniel and others poodles ,it is very exciting breeding cockapoos and i have my new boys and girls coming on for 3rd gens , although i did a bit of a boob !!and sold a fantastic dog puppy to francine (member on this site) but she says i can use him at stud for next generation when i learn how i will put pics on janice www.jandaz.co.uk :)
 

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A 1st generation (or F1) is a puppy from mating a cocker spaniel with a poodle. Subsequent generation cockerpoos (2nd, 3rd) is a puppy from mating a cockerpoo with a cockerpoo. With an F1 you generally get puppies that have 50% cocker and 50% poodle appearance (though not always). With 2nd and 3rd generation how puppies will turn out is less reliable, some may be much more like cocker, some more like poodle and some in between. An F1b puppy comes from mating a cockerpoo back to a poodle.
 
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yes well explained mandy , one poiint it is not realy exeptable to breed cockapoo back to poodle may as well get a pure bred poodle dont youy think , i have booked 2 5th generation puppies from a breeder in america so excited janice x
 

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yes well explained mandy , one poiint it is not realy exeptable to breed cockapoo back to poodle may as well get a pure bred poodle dont youy think , i have booked 2 5th generation puppies from a breeder in america so excited janice x
I'm not a breeder so it's not about whether I think it is acceptable. I was just explaining that is what some people do. I've seen this mostly with home breeders maybe where there isn't a suitable cockerpoo stud or where they have a cockerpoo that is more spaniel like and sheds so would like to have puppies that have some of the poodle characteristic brought back into the resulting puppies.
 

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I think with F1b thats fine as long as pups aren't advertised as F1 cockapoos, which I have seen,( and probably would nt have been told its only that I asked) as long as you know what you are getting. If you are looking for a cockapoo then thats what you want, I think some people are just trying to make maximum money knowing they can charge for a cockapoo .
 

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I think with F1b thats fine as long as pups aren't advertised as F1 cockapoos, which I have seen,( and probably would nt have been told its only that I asked) as long as you know what you are getting. If you are looking for a cockapoo then thats what you want, I think some people are just trying to make maximum money knowing they can charge for a cockapoo .
Same, I have no problem with an F1b. That's fine if that's what you want (more likely not to shed I suppose) and the puppies are described properly.
 
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problem with breeding f1bs is that we should be thinking of the future of this wonderful x and aiming perhaps for 3, 4, 5 generations dont you think one day they may get recognision and as you say mandy not every one is honest and tells you what they have done ...
 
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