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A Cockapoo is a mixed-breed dog that is the cross between either Cocker Spaniel breeds and a poodle.
According to Wikipedia, Cockapoo dog breeds can grow up to a Mass of 5.4 – 11 kg as a fully grown Adult, their Height is estimated to be anywhere between 25 – 38 cm.
Cockapoo breed is also Scientifically known as Canis lupus familiaris
Cockapoos are usually good for people with allergies since they produce low amounts of dander and hair. Cockapoos were developed to be companion dogs and are usually friendly and extraordinarily happy.
They are regarded as a Higher classified type breed and share a favorable temperament regarded to be Friendly, Outgoing, Intelligent, Active and Loving.
As with a lot of smaller dogs, they tend to be quite long-lived, and it is usual for cockapoos to live between the lifespan of 14–18 years. However, both purebred poodles and cocker spaniels can suffer from luxating patellas (loose knees), and this can be passed on to their offspring.
The Cockapoo is a cross breed dog. They are regarded as healthy, well-tempered dogs without many serious health problems. As with many dog breeds, however, they can develop luxating patella, a problem of the knee joint. In addition, the Cockapoo is prone to several eye disorders, including progressive retinal atrophy.
Hypoallergenic Coat. One of the advantages of owning a Cockapoo is that they are hypoallergenic dogs; this means they are less likely to cause an allergic reaction in humans.
Frankly speaking, no dog should be left alone regularly for long periods. With that said, some Cockapoos may be more upset than others. Miniature, Toy, and Teacup Cockapoos are bred to be companion dogs so they will feel acute distress when left alone for too long.