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?
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.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
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.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 .