New litter of Cockapoos at Mountain Valley View Farm!

posted by Dr. James G. Hood
Friday, March 4, 2011

We are so excited to welcome the new additions to our family at Mountain Valley View Farm! On February 28, our sweet Cockapoo Ginger gave birth to five puppies, all in excellent health. Ginger is a five year old purebred Cockapoo with  silver and buff markings. She is a real sweetheart, an excellent mother and companion. The puppies’ father, Reggie, is also a purebred Cockapoo, but he is solid red in color.

There are two male puppies, one brown and one black with curly hair. The three females are two brown and one black with pink feet and curly hair. All five are absolutely adorable. Unfortunately, we don’t have any photos of them just yet, but we will share them as soon as possible.

The puppies will be weaned from their mother at 8 weeks, and they will  be taken to the vet to have their tails docked and their dewclaws removed. Full health exams and vaccinations will also be given at this time, and then they will be ready to go to their new homes! If you are interested in taking home one of these cuties, please give us a call at 509-928-1800 for more information. Mountain Valley View Farm is located in the beautiful Spokane Valley of Eastern Washington, and puppies can be picked up at the farm. We are also happy to ship them via airlines to anywhere in the US.

Cockapoos are known for their intelligent, affectionate personalities and playful activity. They also have the low-shedding and low-dander qualities of the poodle, making them the ideal pet for any home.  This breed is eager to please, vigorous, and friendly, making these dogs a popular choice as a companion. The Cockapoo has an easygoing personality and generally gets along well with children and other animals.

Our puppies are second-generation Cockapoos, which are more rare and valuable. Normally a Cocker Spaniel is bred to a Toy Poodle, but in this case two Cockapoos were bred to each other. This produces smaller litters, which is why second-generation Cockapoos are more rare.

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