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Hi, we are longing for a cockapoo puppy to love. We have been looking after our neighbours cockapoo for several years as they travel frequently but they have since moved away. Unfortunately as a result of Covid, breeders have increased their prices substantially.

We would be happy to rehome a little one too. My son has allergies and he has no issues with this breed so for us, it’s very much our first choice.

If anyone can share their thoughts or maybe help us, that would be lovely. Thanks x
 

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An adorable, small dog with the personality of a big clown, the Cockapoo is perhaps the first of the “designer dogs” (not a purebred dog breed), dating back to the 1960s, rather than to just a few years ago.

Despite their unfortunate status as a designer breed, you can find these hybrid dogs in shelters and rescues, so opt to adopt if you’re able!

Breeders combined the Cocker Spaniel and Poodle breeds to make a completely people-oriented hybrid who’s intelligent enough to train easily, hardly sheds, forgives quickly, and is so affectionate that you’ll never feel alone. In fact, you might even have to shut the bathroom door for a minute of privacy.

Your hybrid buddy will also be happy running around an agility course, showing off their tricks to company, being petted as a therapy dog, or just hanging out on your lap. Your lap is theirs, by the way.

DogTime recommends this carrier for traveling with your small Cockapoo. You should also pick up this interactive puzzle toy to keep your pup active indoors!

See below for a complete list of this hybrid dog breed’s characteristics!
 
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