- WEIGHT: 100 to 120 lbs
- HEIGHT: 28 to 32 inches
- COLOR(S): Brindle, fawn, blue, black or harlequin (white is preferable with all black or all blue patches that have the appearance of being torn). They can also have a mantle pattern, which is black with a white collar and chest, a white muzzle, and white on all or
- BREED GROUP: Working
WEIGHT: 6 to 19 lbs
HEIGHT: 13 to 15 inches
COLOR(S): Cream, white, tan or mix of all.
This breed is eager to please, vigorous, and friendly, making him a popular choice as a companion. The Cockapoo generally gets along with children and other animals, but should always be supervised. The Poodle and Spaniel in this mix can both have aggression problems if not dealt with at a young age.
The Cockapoo should be brushed and combed regularly. It is said that this breed is little to no shedding, however when being brushed hair does come out making shedding even less common. Clipping is required at least once a year.
Very low incidences for skin and hip problems, usually very healthy dogs.
The Cockapoo is a happy-go-lucky dog that loves to run and play with his family. No yard is fine, but this dog does require daily walks. They also have the tendency to overeat so exercise is needed for this dog to stay healthy.
The Cockapoo is a very intelligent dog, making training a breeze at times. This dog does well in obedience, and with the right training techniques and proper handling this dog will thrive. This dog requires firm handling, but can be somewhat sensitive to the tone of your voice so training should be consistent and relatively firm yet gentle.
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