Cockapoo Dogs and Puppies for sale in Sherwood

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The Cockapoo is a delightful and affectionate crossbreed between a Cocker Spaniel and a Poodle. With their small to medium size, curly or wavy coat, and expressive eyes, Cockapoos are both charming and playful. Renowned for their friendly and sociable nature, they make excellent family companions. Despite their compact stature, Cockapoos are full of energy and thrive on interactive play. Regular grooming, exercise, mental stimulation, and a balanced diet contribute to their overall well-being.

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Cockapoos are known for their affectionate nature and tend to love human companionship. They thrive on attention, playtime, and cuddles. Additionally, Cockapoos enjoy outdoor activities, interactive toys, and mental stimulation. Understanding your individual Cockapoo's preferences and incorporating a mix of affection, play, and mental engagement contributes to a happy and fulfilled companion.


The choice between an F1 (first-generation) and an F2 (second-generation) Cockapoo depends on your preferences and specific requirements. Here's a brief overview of each:

  1. F1 Cockapoo (First-Generation)

    • Parentage: F1 Cockapoos are the result of crossing a purebred Cocker Spaniel with a purebred Poodle.
    • Characteristics: They have a diverse range of traits inherited from both parent breeds, including coat type, size, and temperament.
    • Predictability: While there can be variations, F1 Cockapoos often exhibit a mix of characteristics from both parent breeds.
  2. F2 Cockapoo (Second-Generation):

    • Parentage: F2 Cockapoos result from breeding two F1 Cockapoos.
    • Characteristics: The traits of F2 Cockapoos can be more variable and less predictable than F1s. Some may resemble one parent breed more than the other.
    • Genetic Diversity: F2 Cockapoos may have a broader genetic diversity than F1s, potentially reducing the risk of inherited health issues.

Choosing Between F1 and F2:

  • Temperament: If you prefer more predictability in terms of temperament, F1 Cockapoos might be a better choice.
  • Coat Type: If you have specific preferences for coat type (curly, wavy, or straight), F1 Cockapoos might provide more consistency.
  • Genetic Diversity: If genetic diversity is a priority for you, and you're open to a wider range of coat types and temperaments, an F2 Cockapoo might be suitable.

Ultimately, whether F1 or F2 is "better" depends on your preferences for traits, predictability, and the specific characteristics you are looking for in a pet. It's essential to communicate with reputable breeders who can help match you with a Cockapoo that aligns with your expectations and lifestyle.

Cockapoo puppy prices can vary depending on factors such as the breeder's reputation, the puppy's lineage, and geographical location. On average, you can expect to pay anywhere from £1,000 to £3,000 for a Cockapoo puppy in the UK. However, it's essential to note that prices may fluctuate, and additional costs for vaccinations, microchipping, and initial supplies should be considered. Always choose a reputable breeder who prioritizes the health and well-being of the puppies. Prices may also vary based on the generation of the Cockapoo (F1, F1b, etc.) and whether the puppy is a standard or miniature size.

Yes, breeding two Cockapoos together is possible, resulting in a mix of traits within the offspring. However, it's crucial to consider responsible breeding practices, genetic diversity, and the well-being of the dogs. Always consult with a reputable breeder or veterinarian for guidance on ethical breeding decisions.

The frequency of walks for a Cockapoo depends on factors such as age, health, and individual energy levels. Generally, they benefit from at least two walks per day, each lasting around 20-30 minutes. However, more active Cockapoos may require additional exercise, while older or less active ones may be content with shorter walks. Pay attention to your Cockapoo's cues and adjust the exercise routine accordingly to ensure they stay physically and mentally stimulated.