Meet the Cockapoo Dog, Intelligent and Outgoing What Makes this Dog so Wise?

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Is the Cockapoo Right For You?

  • 1 Cockapoo dogs require a great deal of grooming and have high-maintenance coats.
  • 2 Cockapoos prefer to lounge indoors with their pet parents, but still need a bit of exercise.
  • 3 They are very affectionate toward their owners and love lots of attention.


Cockapoos are one of the original "designer dogs," first being bred in the 1950s. They have become increasingly popular ever since. The combination of their inherited traits from Cocker Spaniels and Poodles give them a playful, smart, and affectionate personality making them very desirable pets.

Quick Facts

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    Small to Medium

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    14-18 years

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    Hair Length


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    Male Height

    10-15 inches

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    Male Weight

    12-24 pounds

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    Female Height

    10-15 inches

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    Female Weight

    12-24 pounds

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    Litter Size

    4-6 pups


Cockapoos are outgoing and friendly dogs. They are highly intelligent and enjoy regular exercise and staying active. They get along well with other pets and children, making them a great family dog. Cockapoos can be described as generally very happy and they are enjoyable to be around..


The Cockapoo comes primarily in silver, white, tan, brown, and black but the breed can be found in other colors.

Health Concerns

Cockapoos are prone to several health issues such as:


Cockapoos have a long, scruffy coat with bright eyes and long, floppy ears. They have a medium sized stature. Their coat is similar to that of a Poodle while some of their facial features resemble a Cocker Spaniel.

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