Dog Adoption – Cockapoo

If you are considering puppy adoption, I highly recommend visiting one of your local puppy/dog rescues. In past articles I’ve talked to you about the puppy/dog rescue, Cuddly Canines. I want to do my best to help place these puppies by profiling each puppy, litter of puppies, and dogs on this blog.

***Note this dog may already be adopted as I will keep this information in my archive. Please check the Cuddly Canines website for the most recent puppies up for adoption.

Sprocket The Two Year Old Cockapoo

Sprocket the CockapooSprocket is an adorable 2 year old Cockapoo who almost didn’t make it out of the shelter because he had kennel cough. That’s all gone now & he is ready for a home to call his own. This little boy is precious, with beautiful soft flowing hair & a sweet disposition. He loves to cuddle & is fully housebroken. Sprocket is a very low-key dog would will make a wonderful companion pet.

Sprocket is in Redondo Beach and is available for adoption.

Sprocket looks like a beautiful dog. I love that name…it kind of reminds me of that Saturday Night Live skit called Sprockets with Mike Meyers as Dieter. If you don’t know what I’m talking about take a look at the Sprockets Wiki Site on Wikipedia.

What is a Cockapoo?

A Cockapoo is a mix between a purebred Cocker Spaniel and a purebred Poodle. Some health issues common to Cockapoos are luxating patellas (loose knees), progressive retinal atrophy (an eye disorder), and ear infections. As with many other small dog breeds Cockapoos are long lived and it is not unusual for them to live past 15 years.

What temperament can I expect to see in a Cockapoo? Cockapoo’s are usually smart and sociable. The best way to determine the temperament of a Cockapoo is to look up both breeds and know you can get a combination of any of the characteristics found in either breed. Cockapoo’s usually require regular grooming and clippings every couple months.

Are you interested in adopting?

If you are interested in adopting Sprocket please visit the Cuddly Canines website. If you happen to adopt Sprocket or one of her puppies please remember, it’s never too early or too late to start them on their training. If you are interested in puppy adoption or fostering here are a few other articles you might enjoy:

Puppy Adoption And Fostering
Dedicated To My Dog Linus

Of course, Sprocket is not the only dog being fostered by Cuddly Canines. Please visit their website to see the most current pictures of all their dogs and puppies.

I’d love to hear what you have to say about this article. Is puppy adoption in your future? Do you want to try puppy fostering? If so, please visit the Cuddly Canines website.

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