Planned for 25 Feb 2023 £1500.00 - £1500.00
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Planned for 25 Feb 2023
£1500.00 - £1500.00
Mum and Dad are breed specific health checked and we ensure we raise healthy, robust family pets.
Behaviour and socialisation
We start toilet training in our garden. Follow the puppy plan on socialisation experience and work with our pups on auto- sit before they move to their forever homes.
Our puppies are raised under foot in our large kitchen/ diner/ family room. We are a busy house with 3 young children. The puppies are used to children and all household noises.
Health test categories
We have listed below all the health test categories that Ripley Cockapoo’s normally conducts. Remember that health tests don't always guarantee a healthy dog - some problems are multifactorial.
Many conditions now have genetic tests. Those which are autosomal recessive mean carriers can still be mated to clears without reducing the gene pool. Some tests avoid life limiting or distressing problems, others can just signify traits. DNA tests are less expensive and invasive than physical tests.
Parent Health Tests
The following tests are applicable for this breed:
AON : Adult Onset Neuropathy, AMS : Acral Mutilation Syndrome, Hip Score : BVA/KC Hip Dysplasia Scheme, Gonioscopy : BVA/KC/ISDS Eye Scheme Gonioscopy, prcd-PRA : Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration - Progressive Retinal Atrophy, FN : Familial Nephropathy, OC : Osteochondrodysplasia, Eye Examination : BVA/KC/ISDS Eye Scheme
Mum's health tests:
FN : Familial Nephropathy, prcd-PRA : Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration - Progressive Retinal Atrophy
Dad's health tests:
DE : Degenerative Encephalopathy, DM : Degenerative Myleopathy, prcd-PRA : Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration - Progressive Retinal Atrophy, vWD (Type I) : von Willebrand disease Type I
The law says all puppies must be microchipped and registered by the age of eight weeks. Breeders should pass the paperwork on to you so you can check that the details on the database are correct. If you move or change your phone number do remember to update the records.
Pups from this litter are vet checked, and the breeder will pass the details onto you.
This paperwork should contain all vaccination records and clear instructions on any future vaccinations and worming etc. They should also tell you how best to socialise your dog while minimising the risk of infectious diseases.
This can become a comfort blanket to remind the pup of their mum and littermates - it may help some dogs adjust to a new home. Don't wash it!
This breeder provides food for the first few days. It will help to keep the pup on the same diet as they get used to their new home, then you can gradually change it should you wish to use something different.It's a good idea to discuss diet and how you might change it before pick up day.
About the breeder
I’m Lynne, a home breeder of F1b and F2b Cockapoo’s in Bedfordshire. We have three girl Cockapoo’s and are hoping for our third litter this year. My husband has dog allergies so Cockapoo’s became the right breed for our family. Our pups are raised in a busy noisy house with 3 young kids.
What makes you a good breeder?
We love our girls and they are very much part of our family. We ensure they are healthy and happy so they produce healthy and happy puppies. We consider all our pups to be part of our family and raise them as such. They are loved from day 1 onwards.
How did you get into breeding?
This is our second year breeding, we initially planned for one litter to see how we found it and how our girl got on. We wanted to keep a puppy for ourselves. We found we loved the whole experience and Ripley was a fantastic mum. Ours girls will always be family pets first and foremost so it’s very much a hobby rather than a commercial breeder.
What attracts you to Tailwise?
We want the best families for our puppies so Tailwise fits the bill. Ensuring new homes have thought through the decision and a Cockapoo is the right breed for them.