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A simple question. What's your favorite color of cockapoos? Mine would have to be chocolate. (Notice the color of the website. :p ) I might be a bit biased, but I still think chocolate is the best looking color for cockapoos. What do you think?
 

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Charlie's black, but it's not really my favorite color. I have to say that Benny has an awesome color! I saw some of his pictures and he has a great coat. I love the cockapoos that are spotted. :p
 

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I love Brando's color! I haven't seen too many with that color. Next time we get a cockapoo, I'd definitely look for that color. :D
 

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lol you can see what my gils are. i dont think i have a fave but i do find Gypsy and Echo the best the photograph. inca it is hard to catch her eyes.
 

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lol you can see what my gils are. i dont think i have a fave but i do find Gypsy and Echo the best the photograph. inca it is hard to catch her eyes.
I see what you mean. Even though Benny's a lighter color than Inca, it's still hard to make out his eyes in some pictures.
 

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A simple question. What's your favorite color of cockapoos? Mine would have to be chocolate. (Notice the color of the website. :p ) I might be a bit biased, but I still think chocolate is the best looking color for cockapoos. What do you think?
Thank you so much for this helpful information. I contacted a breeder today who said that "chocolate" cockapoos turn really gray as they age. Is this true?
 

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A simple question. What's your favorite color of cockapoos? Mine would have to be chocolate. (Notice the color of the website. :p ) I might be a bit biased, but I still think chocolate is the best looking color for cockapoos. What do you think?
Do the chocolate cockapoos "fade?"
 

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Many of them do yes. It is all to do with poodle genetics and lots of poodle colours change as the dogs mature so lots of chocolate pups fade to a much lighter colour.

Sable is another interesting colour - the tips of the hair are darker but what that tends to mean with a poodle cross who will get clipped is all of that darker colour gets cut off.

I think go for a good breeder who health tests and raises the pups well and colour is the least relevant thing
 

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Many of them do yes. It is all to do with poodle genetics and lots of poodle colours change as the dogs mature so lots of chocolate pups fade to a much lighter colour.

Sable is another interesting colour - the tips of the hair are darker but what that tends to mean with a poodle cross who will get clipped is all of that darker colour gets cut off.

I think go for a good breeder who health tests and raises the pups well and colour is the least relevant thing
Thank you so much for this invaluable information. The breeder I have been considering said that she never heard of such a thing and that the Internet is wrong. However when I did my research, I found the same information you have indicated in terms of how poodles genetics can throw color so now I know that it is true. I really love the Sable color too!
 
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