hey welcome, make sure you two boys spend alot of time apart and that you spend time training and bonding with them individualy, getting siblings at the same time is not always a good idea and can make life harder. i also sugest you get both boys nutered at 6 months old to reduce the chance of them fighting when they are older.Hi! We are getting our two little boy pups in three weeks. We lost our 14 year old cocker girl, Maisie in April and her great aunt, Emma grew up with our oldest sons so we are used to cockers. Boys are the new thing for us! Will probably be asking for lots of advice on this forum site!!! See that the book by Gwen Bailey 'the perfect puppy' has been recommended to you - I looked at this in Pets at Home and thought it looked good so I purchased it on Amazon for £2 something! Also got a book all about cockapoos from amazon which they don't have in Pets at Home. They haven't arrived yet but will read avidly while awaiting 17th September when the boys arrive!! Good luck with your new pup!! Oh and ps, my sister has our boys brother, Teddy on the way, too which will be fun when they all get together!! We haven't named our two yet - too many children wanting different names. Any ideas? One is solid black and the other (surprise late arrival) a solid dark chocolate! All the best!
theas were all dogs that were not nutered untill about almost 2 years old or they only decided to nuter one when the probles started but left it till they were older before they felt they had no other choice.Hi again! We always seem to go about things the hard way!!! Thanks for all the advice. Your dogs look beautiful!! (and you obviously love cockapoos!!!!) Must say - I couldn't sleep with excitement on Thursday when I first saw the pups! Tonight I won't be able to sleep with worry!!! ha ha! Hubby has just told me to get off the computer because it's becoming an obsession so bye for now!!