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Hello, before I start can I say what a really helpful and friendly site this seems I have spent far too much time already looking at your fantastic gallery ! Since my much loved twelve year old beardie ( bearded collie ) died some months ago I have felt lost without a dog as part of my family and am now ready to buy another dog, Ihave been trying to make a decision as to which breed of dog would be best. I have decided on a cockapoo as all I`ve read seems to fit just what I want, and they are also adorable looking so who could resist. I am going to see a puppy next week from Marley cockapoos in Gloucestershire. They seem really helpful and genuine on the phone and fingers crossed all will be good but I was wondering if anyone here has ever had one of their puppies as I am trying to do loads of research before making this huge decision. Also if anyone has any photos of a dog from Marley cockapoos would be grest to see. Thanks x
 

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Hello! Welcome!! I'm afraid I can't help with the breeder - I found my cockapoo from a family who bred from their pet cocker. I kept an eye on websites such as epupz, pets4homes and breedersonline.

Hopefully someone on the forum will be able to help you out with Marley Cockapoos!

Good luck with your searh!!!

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Hi there glad you've posted sorry about your loss bearded collies, also a favourite breed of mine. I ve heard of Marley although dont know anyone whose got one of there pups... Ive never seent them advertising their pups so I would assume that they manage to get owners without having to do so. I know they vet their owners very well and I think have been around a while, the pictures on their site look great. People on the cockapoo chat forum may have pups from them ... the woman from Marley may even post on there as she used to post on an old forum that folded.When you visit ask questions, and then listen to with your gut, you can always ring their local environmental health authority and ask them, Im sure once you've visited you'll know .... good luck x
 

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Thank you good advice and I`ll also put a post in the cockapoo chat, think my head may exploded from all the researching but I know it will all be worth it when it leads me to the right dog :)
 
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