You and your BFF (Best Furry Friend) spend a lot of time together, hanging out at local eateries, going for long walks on the beach, and chasing squirrels in the park (your BFF, not you). Taking long naps, eating all day and getting belly rubs feature too, but what else does your Felindre Cockapoo like to do that you maybe don’t know about?
The welfare of animals during transport is protected by an EU legislation, which aims to ensure that no suffering or harm is caused to each animal during this transportation process.
After a nationwide search was carried out in order to find a canine critic to review dog-friendly holiday cottages, the winning pooch has been announced.
At Felindre Cockapoos we are always looking out for the latest cheeky cockapoo puppies stories in the media and loved this story about Poppy, a one-year old cockapoo from Cheltenham, who was selected over hundreds of other canine applicants to be hired by Canine Cottages.
If you are looking to take your cockapoo puppy for a walk on the beach this Spring/Summer you might need to think again.
As of yesterday, a new ban for all dog owners walking their dogs on beaches across the UK was introduced.
If you are currently searching for a four-legged companion and cannot decide what dog breed would be best suited to you, then look no further, because at Felindre Cockapoo Puppies, we have put together the top 10 reasons cockapoos are the best breed!
A recent study by scientists showed that using ‘baby-talk’ can help build a bond between the dog and a owner.
This is especially relevant to cockapoos puppies, perhaps more than any other dog, because they are so sociable.
The UK has an estimated 8.5 million dogs and, regardless of whether you own a cockapoo puppy or any other breed, for the last two years, it has been compulsory to microchip them. It means if they wander too far from home, it is easy to reunite dogs with their owners once they are found. Here is everything you need to know about microchipping your dog.