We had a litter of apricot Maltipoo puppies on May 31st. We have three males available for sale. They are $,3000. I would require you to fill out a family questionnaire first to make sure you are a good fit for this breed. You can email me at: email@example.com or text me
We had a litter of Coton poo (pooton) puppies June 3rd. See photo below of the three male puppies available. These puppies will be ready between 8 and 9 weeks old. Approximately the last week of July/first week of August. If you want to get on the waiting list you will need to fill out a family questionnaire. The waiting lists fill up fast. Please email me so I can forward that to you: firstname.lastname@example.org Pricing for these males. $2800.
Coton poo's make excellent companion pets. They love their families. They are hypoallergenic,
they are super smart, outgoing, easy to train, happy go lucky, loving and sweet.
They are between 12 and 13 pounds full grown. They love children and other pets,
they are happy to snuggle, and love to play. They enjoy being a part of the family. Remember
pets are a lifetime commitment I want you to make sure you are committed to these loving fur babies for their entire life. Our waiting lists fill up fast So to get on the waiting list please contact me, and I will have you fill out a family questionnaire.
The Coton -Poo or (Poo-Ton) is a highly intelligent dog, inheriting positive traits from its impressive parents. The most noticeable characteristics of this dog are the affection and love that they shower their people with, along with their energy. They are vigilant dogs and can be trained to function in multiple different capacities, such as a watchdog, albeit their small size. This breed is also called Doodle-Ton, Cotondoodle, or Cotonpoo because of the fluffy coat. Because of how intelligent this dog is and their desire to please their masters, they easily pick up new tricks and commands. They love to have fun and are quite responsive. Incorporating training games into their sessions helps keep them engaged and satisfies their playful nature. They are not known to be excessive barkers but may bark at strangers if they come close or they will bark if someone comes to your door, they are announcers. If your puppy tends to bark more than most, this may be something to work on in training.