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Breed Group: Not AKC Recognized
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The Cockapoo is highly intelligent, retaining much of that from the Poodle breed, and becoming very popular as a companion animal. A sturdy little dog, they have a great disposition. This breed can also be somewhat passive and can also be dog aggressive if not given the proper socialization.
The Cockapoo is loyal, intelligent, and very affectionate. This dog is fairly easy to train being mixed with what is said to be one of the smartest dogs in the world. Being that this dog is mixed with the Poodle, he makes a wonderful training student. Having a very sweet nature, this dog is sure to steal the hearts of many.
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.
The Cockapoo is a mixed breed without a breed standard, however the preferred coat is dense, curly or heavily wavy, and close. The Cockapoo should carry coat characteristics from both the Poodle and the Cocker Spaniel.
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.
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.
6-19 lbs
14-15 inches
white, cream, tan and all combinations of these
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How much do Cockapoo puppies cost?

The cost to buy a Cockapoo varies greatly and depends on many factors such as the breeders' location, reputation, litter size, lineage of the puppy, breed popularity (supply and demand), training, socialization efforts, breed lines and much more. Review how much Cockapoo puppies for sale sell for below.

The current median price for all Cockapoos sold is $1,225.00. This is the price you can expect to budget for a Cockapoo with papers but without breeding rights nor show quality. Expect to pay less for a puppy without papers, however, we do not recommend buying a puppy without papers.

Looking for a dog with a superior lineage? Are you trying to determine how much a puppy with breeding rights and papers would cost? You should expect to pay a premium for a puppy with breeding rights or even for a puppy advertised as show quality with papers. You should budget anywhere from $2,400 upwards to $6,000 or even more for a Cockapoo with top breed lines and a superior pedigree. The average cost for all Cockapoos sold is $800.

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What can I expect to pay for a puppy?

Median Price: $1,225.00
Average Price: $800.00
Top Quality: $2,400.00 to $6,000.00

*Data sourced from the sale of 22171 Cockapoo puppies across the United States on

Annual cost of owning a Cockapoo puppy

Before buying a puppy it is important to understand the associated costs of owning a dog. The annual cost or "upkeep" is often overlooked when determining a Cockapoos true ownership cost. When calculating your budget make sure you account for the price of food, vaccines, heartworm, deworming, flea control, vet bills, spay/neuter fees, grooming, dental care, food, training and supplies such as a collar, leash, crate, bed, bowls, bones, and toys. All of these items can add up quickly so make sure you estimate anywhere from $500 - $2,000 or more for the first year then about $500 - $1,000 or more every year thereafter to meet the annual financial obligations of your growing, loving dog.

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Most Popular Cockapoo Names for 2021

We've compiled the top 20 male and female names for 2017 after analyzing the sale of 22171 Cockapoo dogs.
  • 1. Bella
  • 2. Cody
  • 3. Lilly
  • 4. Tiff
  • 5. Daisy
  • 6. Teddy
  • 7. Toby
  • 8. Jasper
  • 9. Candy
  • 10. Leo
  • 11. Cocoa
  • 12. Duke
  • 13. Buddy
  • 14. Cookie
  • 15. Max
  • 16. Buster
  • 17. Ace
  • 18. Hershey
  • 19. Buffy
  • 20. Lucy

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Member Since: January 2018
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Koivu Kennels is a family owned and operated facility located in a tranquil country setting for in Worden, MT (23 miles east of Billings, MT) and is easily accessible by Hwy 312 and I-94. Our facility is 1240 sq feet and is situated on 2 acres which is fenced for the protect of our dogs while they developed and play. Inside our dogs enjoy central heating and air to keep them at regulated comfortable temperature year round. They also have space for indoor play on those super cold days when outside time is not an option. Their living quarters are 5x5 inside connected to a 5x10 outside covered run. Our facility has passed AKC inspection. Our puppies are socialized starting at day one to provide happy, healthy, well adjusted puppies. Please visit our Facebook Page to view pictures/videos or read about our puppies and their parents, and comments from Forever Families.

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Anonymous asked:
I have a 6 month old female Cockapoo. She is so friendly and energetic that I am wondering if I should maybe get a second dog to keep her company when I need to work (at home)? What are some thoughts on that and if so, what age, gender, etc. would be best?

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Two is always better than one, as long as the owner has the time, money, space and understanding of the extra responsibility two dogs takes. Having two dogs gives your dogs someone that speaks their language to hang out with when you are not around. Someone to play with and continue their communication skills with. However, it must be a good match for everything to work out. The owner must understand that they need to spend time with the dogs together, but also individually as well. Eventually one dog is going to pass away before the other, so getting dogs that live the same average life span and them being the same age means double the heart break and financial stress of losing a beloved pet. At 6 months old, you dog has not fully bonded with you, learned all its basic obedience, and has not matured into an adult dog. It is best to wait until the dog is a full adult, spayed/neutered, and trained before adding another dog. This way your dog can help chose the new arrival to ensure that they match in personality.

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Are Cockapoos hypoallergenic?



When two or more breeds are mixed together, the puppies that result of that breeding will all be different. One puppy can take after the dam mostly, while another could take after mostly the sire. Then there can be mixes of how much each puppy takes after the dam and sire. The Cocker Spaniel is not considered hypoallergenic, while the Poodle is. So, it is possible for one or more puppies from a cross between the two to have taken after the Poodle and be considered hypoallergenic. It is also possible for the puppy to only be partially hypoallergenic. Doing your research to find out how the Poodle is considered hypoallergenic, and how to look for those traits in this mix is key to finding a puppy that takes after the Poodle is could be considered hypoallergenic.


No dog is hypoallergenic. A person can be allergic to dander, saliva, feces or urine.

Anonymous asked:
Why do the prices vary so much for Cockapoo's?? Are some worth more for some reason? Some have some sort of issue that makes them cheaper? Or is it just the breeder charging more?



Prices vary from breeder to breeder. The best thing to do is to ask the breeder why they price their puppies at their price. When it comes to mixed breed dogs, the price is not going to be set on medical testing, pedigree of the dam and sire, or if the dam and sire have titles in anything. It is mainly the breeders choice in how much they want for their mixed breed puppy and what people have paid for the same type of mixed breed puppy in the area.


I genetically health clear my puppies parents before breeding. Also specializing in Toy and Mini with a wide variety of colors available. The more a breeder puts into their breeding program.. It's like with any other product on the market. The quality and dedication dictates as well as reflects pricing.

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How large will a cockapoo get? Are they easily trained?



Our breeder told us 18-23 lbs & the Cockapoo breed are easy to train.


My puppies range from 10 lbs or less grown (Toy) or 15-20 lbs grown (Mini).

Anonymous asked:
Do Cockapoo's bite or bark much?



Any dog can bark and bite but Cockapoos are very easy to train and are eager to please their owners, so to make sure you do not have these issues I recommend puppy classes.


That can vary based on ownership and genetics. I have a poodle that rarely barks and a cocker that will bark when needing out or when left alone in her kennel during the day occasionally. Neither bark for no reason. The male poodle went through a teen faze of nipping when playing with my small kids. Seemed like he thought he was playing with his litter mates. He would never offer to bite out of trying to hurt someone. May cocker is protective over me alone and only with unapproved stranger or other dogs. When I'm not around she is easy going but if she is under my feet she doesn't want any other dog around me. All that being said a Cockapoo can be any variation of these traits. Males and females vary with certain things and keep in mind my two are breedable. Spaying and neutering typically makes for an even more laid back pet when done early on.


We just brought our Cockapoo home from the breeder a week ago & she doesn't bark at all:))


I have actually had people call me and ask if there was something wrong with their Cockapoo puppy, because it never barks. They do not bark as often as most breeds, I do not know why. They also do not bite as much as the Cocker or Poodle, which is also a little strange. Hope this helps.


I had a cockapoo for 13 years, She did not bark a lot. She was the best dog I have ever had. We just had to have her put down because she got pancreatic cancer.


When we got our Cockapoo puppy we were concerned that she never barked. As she got older, she made up for it. She passed away at the age of 13.


It's the breeding, not the breed. A breeder that breeds for temperament is your best option when choosing a new family member. In 11 years of breeding I have not encountered this issue within my dog's or their offspring.

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Updated: 10/19/2021