Cockapoo Dog Breed

12 April 2018 | Bird Advice

Why is The Cockapoo Dog Breed So Popular

You may have noticed the increased popularity of the Cockapoo dog breed over recent years. This adorable dog has taken over the dog breed industry and become a popular choice of dog breed for families throughout the UK. This gorgeous little doggy has become a firm favourite and it’s not hard to see why. Not only are they extremely clever, they’re loving, friendly and hypoallergenic.

The Cockapoo is a mixed breed of the Cocker Spaniel and the Poodle. Although they’re not recognised as a Pedigree, this dog breed is in huge demand and it’s not hard to understand why. They come in variety of colours and vary from small, medium to large. Over a decade ago, this breed was unheard of, but the popularity has increased over recent years and they’re now in high demand within the UK.

To understand better, why the Cockapoo has stolen the nation’s heart; we have enlisted some of their wonderful traits. 

Loving and friendly

Majority of us tend to fall for the looks of the Cockapoo first, but what is most precious about them is their friendly, adorable ways. They have such a fun-loving nature that it’s almost too hard to not say hello and stroke them. Because of their sweet nature, they have become one of the most popular dog breed choices for families with young children.

The Cockapoo is particularly good with children and provide great company for younger children. They love to play outdoors, so will happily keep your children entertained for hours. The Cockapoo loves an adventure, so would suit a family that loves spending their time in the great outdoors.

If you’re looking to introduce a new dog to the family and you want to get more exercise into your lifestyle, then the Cockapoo is a good choice of dog breed

Easy to care for

Not everyone has enough time in their daily lives to spend time grooming their pet dog. The greatness with the Cockapoo is, you don’t need to spend all of your time grooming and maintaining your Cockapoos coat. The Cockapoo is very much self-sufficient and can keep themselves entertained for hours. Unlike other dog breeds, they’re not particularly demanding, and, so, you can feel safe in the knowledge that your Cockapoo is happy even when you’re busy. This does not mean that they can be left for hours on their own. This applies to all dog breeds and can result in behavioural issues of their left for too long on their own.

Adult Cockapoo
Cockapoo Puppies Playing

They’re fun and entertaining

As previously mentioned the Cockapoo has a fun persona and can happily keep you entertained for hours. They love play-time and will happily play with any toy or game they’re presented with. They have a lot of patience and can handle some rough and tumble and suit most age groups of children. You can be safely assured that your Cockapoo and children will play for hours in the garden with no concerns. The only likely issues are that they’ll all come back in the house, muddy and rather dirty….

Cute and adorable

Even if you’re not a dog person, you can’t help yourself but stop and be in awe of a Cockapoo. They’re cute, adorable faces and friendly ways will have you won over in no time. They’re bouncy, energetic and very gentle. It’s on every Cockapoos agenda to come and say hello and receive some form of personal touch.

As previously mentioned, the demand for this dog breed has risen considerably over the last few years. This gorgeous dog breed has got everyone talking and wanting to know more. A combination of their intellect, low-shedding coat, good looks and amazing temperament, is the reason why we’re all in favour of the Cockapoo.

Do you own a Cockapoo? MyPetZilla would love to know your thoughts and why you love your Cockapoo so much.


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