Cockapoo

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Cockapoo

a non-recognized dog breed, popular in the USA, produced by crossing a Cocker spaniel and a Poodle.
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Like I said, as soon as I get him off my slipper, I will give him all the overpriced moist organic chicken treats this little cockapoo has ever dreamed of.
About 200 cockapoos |and their owners met at Coombe Country Park
In the last 12 months, Jandaz Cockapoos, based in Llandysul, Ceredigion, West Wales, has watched demand for cockapoo puppies in different colours increase by 25 per cent.
Jandaz Cockapoos founder Janice Griffiths, who began breeding cockapoo puppies in 2004, said: "Cockapoos come in lots of colours and red or apricot has typically been the most popular.
All Jandaz cockapoos are vaccinated three times, health checked, micro-chipped and wormed, and all cockapoo parents are eye tested and Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) cleared.
Helping the children improve their communication skills is one of the goals of our Cockapoos in the Classroom program.
With Higgins and Eliza providing the motivation, the Cockapoos in the Classroom program provides opportunities for the children to learn and practice appropriate social skills, such as greeting people, making eye contact, waiting for a turn, and listening while others are speaking.
MORE than 100 cockapoo dogs descended on Coombe Country Park for a charity walk.
Morler and his wife De, along with their four cockapoos, reside in Sonoma, California.
It started with Labradoodles, continued with Cockapoos and will probably end with a Bulldog-Shih Tzu cross.
Despite breeders claiming otherwise, Cockapoos can still have trouble with their ears and all dogs shed hair.
The nine-month-old cockapoo - a cross between a cocker spaniel and a poodle - beat 75 other dogs to win the competition, organised by Penguin Books.