Keep an eye out for our planned litter updates which will be updated on the website and Facebook page over the coming weeks.
Just a quick picture update of the pups! Daisy's puppies are now two weeks old and all have their eyes open. They are thriving and their colours and coats are developing really nicely. They are lovely chunky puppies and we can't wait to see how they are going to continue to develop. Daisy continues to be such a wonderful Mum and is feeding her growing pups round the clock without complaint. Ruby's babies are now a week old and are huge! They are lovely chunky puppies and growing before our eyes. We have some lovely colour combinations in this litter and again look forward to seeing how they develop. It is great to watch Ruby with her puppies and is a bitter sweet time knowing this is her final litter but what a wonderful legacy she has left.
Here are our efforts at some group shots.
James & Tom :)
We are pleased to announce the arrival of two wonderful litters of F2 Cockapoo babies. Our first litter is from our lovely Daisy and Wilson. Daisy's seven beautiful babies born on Boxing day 26 December 2015. We have four boys (two black and two apricot) and three girls (one black, one black phantom and one gold). Mum and babies are doing really well and Daisy is the perfect Mum. The puppies are all gaining weight daily and thriving. The first few weeks are critical in the puppies development as they are born in a very immature state and we work tirelessly to ensure they are given the care and attention they need... Daisy included. We are very much looking forward to seeing how these babies develop.
Our second litter were born only yesterday on 2nd January 2016 so only a few day old. This is an extra special litter as it will be Ruby's last. These puppies are from Ruby and Wilson and we have been amazed by all the wonderful colours they have produced. Following in Daisy's footsteps Ruby has also had seven wonderful babies. We have four girls (one choc phantom, one black phantom, one gold and one white and black parti colour) and three boys (one choc, one choc phantom and one cream and white parti colour). Again Mum and babies are doing well but it is very early days. Again we are looking forward to watching these puppies grow and develop and are excited to be keeping one of these special babies.
I am pleased to annouce the arrival of Dottie's beautiful litter of four. We have one black phantom bitch, one cream dog, one gold dog and one gold sable dog. They were born on 21st July exactly a year to the day that Daisy had her last litter! They are now just over two weeks old are are thriving. They are beautifully chunky and all have their eyes open. They are just about getting up on their feet and moving around the whelping box. Dottie is being the most wonderful Mother. She is attentive if not a little over enthusiastic at times and is very proud of her babies. This is ourn first litter of F2 puppies, sired by my lovely boy Wilson. It is already evident to see his traits coming through including lovely heads and heavier set bone. We look forward to seeing how they develop and how their coats will develop over the coming weeks.
Please note this litter are all reserved. We are hopefully be expecting our next litters at the beginning of 2016.
Thanks to all of those who have enquired about our 2015 litters. These puppies are now all booked and will be off to their new homes in the not to distant future. I have been inundated with emails so apologise to anyone who has not received a response to their enquiry if any have slipped through the net.
I will post some updates of our most recent litter from the beautiful Dottie shortly.
Our next litters are planned for early 2016. Details will be posted on out upcoming litters page nearer the time
Apologies to those who have emailed and not received a response. I have noticed a problem with my email account and not been able to recover all the emails I have received over the last month.
For those of you enquiring about puppy availability we currently have no puppies available.Our last litter of 2014 have now been placed with their forever homes.
We are expecting our next litter during Summer 2015 however cannot yet confirm dates. We will however announce the opening of our waiting lists nearer the time. Until then we will not be taking any names.
For those with questions on how we raise our puppies, please take a look through our website where we have endeavoured to answer all the frequently asked questions.
Ruby, Daisy and Dottie are all enjoying a well deserved rest after a busy Summer spent raising their puppies, or playing with puppies in Dottie's case! They are all doing really well and are enjoying their wet winter walks and days spent snoozing on the bed!
The puppies are keeping me very busy! They love to be out and about exploring the house and garden, they love to run about and play with the big dogs! They are fully weaned however Ruby will still feed them throughout the day! They are growing so fast and I can't believe it is only two weeks before they will be eight weeks old and ready to leave us. We are booked in to see the vet next week for vaccinations and chipping so I will report back.
The puppies are five weeks old! They are all enjoying playing together in the garden and have been out in the car a number of times! The weaning is going extremely well and they are already eating three meals a day as well as feeding from Ruby. Ruby is a very attentive Mum and Daisy and Dottie are forever playing with the puppies. The puppies are interacting with one another, playing, growling and barking. They are also interacting with their Mum and the other dogs who are all such great teachers!
I will get some individual pictures over the next few days.
The puppies are seven weeks old! Time is flying and they will all be leaving for their new homes this weekend. Daisy has done a great job with her litter, she is such a wonderful Mum; it is great to watch her teaching and playing with her puppies. These last few days are also an important time for the puppies to play, interact and learn from each other. They are all so friendly and all very confident! They love to play out in the garden and love their food. House training is going great and they are happy to spend time in the crate and away from the rest of the litter. Their coats are all coming in and curling up nicely! We visited the vet on Monday and they all passed their health check with flying colours!
Dottie is one today. I cannot believe how fast that year has gone. Dottie is such a large part of our family and such a fun loving girl. We love her very much and she has proved a real head turner. Over the last year she has managed to take a number of firsts in local dog shows and even took best in show at dogs live 2014. She has excelled at beginners agility and we are looking forward to taking the next step now she is old enough begin training with all the equipment. Dottie has been kept in long coat for the past year and is now looks like a scruffy teddy bear. Although she looks great it is very hard to keep, especially as we often walk through the farmers fields and off the beaten track! It is a magnet for sticks and grass seeds. This weekend I have decided to have her cut shorter... watch this space for her new look! Happy Birthday Dot, we love you more and more every day xxx
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