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.
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About The Cockapoo Breed
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!
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.
Best Cockapoo Puppies recommends this carrier for traveling with your small Cockapoo. You should also pick up this interactive puzzle toy to keep your pup active indoors!
Their coats need more than a regular weekly brushing to keep them at their best. They have a low odor so if yours is smelling it may be that the hair is too long and may have dirt caught in it. Regular bathing and trimming can overcome this. Also check the ears, as the Cockapoo is prone to ear infections, and that condition can produce a nasty smell. It is advisable to get qualified groomers to trim your dog unless you have that experience. Toenails should regularly be inspected to ensure no snags in the fur. They do need clipping often to keep their coat manageable. Get your young Cockapoo used to having his teeth brushed, ears wiped out, and feet handled (for nail clipping), start with short sessions and slowly build up. Praise them extravagantly when they do well, and you will have a dog that enjoys its weekly health check and maintenance program.