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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Great to know of a place to take doggies - and that dog looks exactly like mine a cute little cockapoo KELLY THORNE: Tim Thorne Boo would love this
Professor Noel Fitzpatrick performs a risky procedure to save the life of a cockapoo puppy.
She's more interested in another major life change than a big birthday at the moment anyway: her brand new puppy, a cockapoo (cocker spaniel and poodle cross) called Jack.
Bottom line: Whether the dog is a legitimate task-trained service dog or dog-in-training, or belongs to a pet owner trying to get away with cruising the coffee shop with his Cockapoo, if the dog is ill behaved, the problem should be immediately addressed by the business establishment.
When his buddy wants to throw his untrained cockapoo on the ground to hunt with his trained setter, his reaction is, "Why not?
The surprising results show that the Cockapoo is the new favourite puppy of UK internet users, while last year's champion, the Cocker Spaniel has dropped three places to 4th.
At the Hyland School, Chelmsford, Essex, the kids love to read in front of Flossie, a 10-month-old cockapoo, because she allows them to read more fluently without interrupting to correct mistakes, the Daily Star reported.
Briohny Williams, of Gosforth, was walking her dogs Rupert, a cockapoo, and Bettsy, a cocker spaniel.
5 Noodle the cockapoo has won Westminster's Dog of the Year competition, but who is her owner?
My little black Cockapoo, Charlie, sits on his towel in the back seat, craning his neck to see past her as she teases him: "Here comes Mommy
Hybrids with names such as Goldendoodle, Cockapoo and, my favorite, Schnoodle (Schnauzer and poodle) are now becoming more popular for their family-friendly temperaments, sizes and special traits such as reduced shedding.
Here comes trouble" says McGrath, opening his arms for his black cockapoo who walks in from the hallway with a tennis ball in his mouth.