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mrsktobe
Joined Jan 2009
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How do i start looking for a cavalier / poodle or Cocker spaniel / poodle?

Tuesday, 13 January 2009

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pamela
Joined Nov 2008
850 posts

have i tried putting in cavipoo or cockerpoo there r some on epupz,beautiful dogs.

Tuesday, 13 January 2009

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pompeywitchy
Joined Apr 2008
2352 posts

If you put poodle in then the crosses come up. Or you could try google goodluck

Tuesday, 13 January 2009

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geerarffe
Joined May 2007
683 posts

Check out the rescue centres. They're full of these crosses once people get bored and the novelty has worn off.


Loads of lovely dogs looking for new forever homes. http://www.rainrescue.co.uk/ Rotherham/Sheffield
http://www.oldies.org.uk/?p=10635 Oldies club
http://www.dogsos.co.uk/ Lincoln
http://dragontattoos.proboards62.com/index.cgi? Retford

Tuesday, 13 January 2009

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RoXx
Joined Sep 2007
1806 posts

pets4homes,k9puppy or epupz are some sites you could look ,depends whether you want a puppy or an adult realy. The rescue centres might have some too,but bare in mind that if you got kids under five they might not let you have one as adult rescue dogs temperament can never be guaranteed unless they know the history of the dog.


http://scanalot.webs.com/

http://roxmarr.webs.com/

Tuesday, 13 January 2009

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pamela
Joined Nov 2008
850 posts

geeraffe just because they r not your cup of tea does not mean 2 say that they r not 4 other's and the person who put the thread on ,that is what they want,and i have seen these breeds and they r nice.people r no more bored with these crosses than they r of a pure breed.i think u may find that there r none in rescue but loads of pure breeds.

Tuesday, 13 January 2009
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****poodle mad female ****
Joined Mar 2007
1815 posts

as mrsgolfy says if they have kids under a certain age they will not allow them to have them anyways and people like to see the parents i know i would, there are lots in rescue not just crosses,i for one get fed up with people ramming the rescues down my throat if people wanted a rescue dog and thought it was for them then they know they are there and will get one from there thier choice not someone elses


your pets own your heart completely

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geerarffe
Joined May 2007
683 posts

Did I state the OP would get bored of it? No. As for ramming it down your throat I did no such thing. I put up a sugestion as to where she may find one as that's what she asked for. Not all rescues are as strict with the kids rule and will assess each dog to owner.

They are not my cup of tea but there's no stopping people buying them.

I would not reccommend getting a pup from pets4homes though. Biggest puppy farm going in the country at the minute. The staff know close to nothing about the dogs they have and the parents aren't available for viewing as the pups are shipped in from around the country.


Loads of lovely dogs looking for new forever homes. http://www.rainrescue.co.uk/ Rotherham/Sheffield
http://www.oldies.org.uk/?p=10635 Oldies club
http://www.dogsos.co.uk/ Lincoln
http://dragontattoos.proboards62.com/index.cgi? Retford

Tuesday, 13 January 2009

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****poodle mad female ****
Joined Mar 2007
1815 posts

well for the first time i agree with you pets4homes are terrible to buy a pup from have heard some real horror stories.....didn't say in this particular thread you had rammed it down our throats we are aware you would rather people bought from the rescue centres but if they were not so bloody choosy who they sold to then maybe people would attempt to get one from them i'm not saying do no house checks and just get rid of them as i wouldn't do that with my pus but they could bend a little as they tend to pigeon hole all kids of a certain age to be a certain way and not be trustworthy round a dog


your pets own your heart completely

Tuesday, 13 January 2009

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pamela
Joined Nov 2008
850 posts

i think it maybe the mannor in which u put your suggestion's it sounded rather harsh 2 b honest geeraffe,u have made your thoughts clear on another now archived thread as 2 what your feeling's r 2wards the poo cross.

Tuesday, 13 January 2009

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****poodle mad female ****
Joined Mar 2007
1815 posts

i mean they are not what i would personally buy or breed but then thats up to the individual choice they are lovely dogs though have met a few adorable as pups and grow up lovely too


your pets own your heart completely

Tuesday, 13 January 2009

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geerarffe
Joined May 2007
683 posts

The larger rescues tend to stick rigidly to the rules no matter what but if you go to the smaller rescues you'll find that they are alot more willing to match dog to home than say no to anyone with kids.

You did state PMF in the post above you were sick of people ramming the rescues down your throat. Hense my response. But lets leave that there.

I'm not denying the pups can be gorgeous but I think everyone is aware on my standing on the breeding of them so I'll say no more.

I may have sounded a little blunt in the last post as I was at work and quickly put the suggestion on without reading back.


Loads of lovely dogs looking for new forever homes. http://www.rainrescue.co.uk/ Rotherham/Sheffield
http://www.oldies.org.uk/?p=10635 Oldies club
http://www.dogsos.co.uk/ Lincoln
http://dragontattoos.proboards62.com/index.cgi? Retford

Tuesday, 13 January 2009

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****poodle mad female ****
Joined Mar 2007
1815 posts

forgiven for your bluntness this time.......the reason i stated i was tired of having it rammed down my throat is because of your previous posts on other threads now archived and that of others who do the same thing so that clears that up you'll find the smallr ones are getting just as bad these days i went to look around one with a friend the other day and came out crying they were all in a terrible state sat in there own fecal waste piles in each pen stinking to high heaven i came out and reported them to the rspca never heard a thing waste of time that was and they even had an amercan bulldog ready to give birth in a tiny pen with a bed she was squashed in way too small for her never mind the coming pups


your pets own your heart completely

Tuesday, 13 January 2009

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RoXx
Joined Sep 2007
1806 posts

The puppy farms advertise on all the sites not just pets4 homes, their on epupz and probably here too.I have recently advertised my pups on pets4homes and i am most certainly NOT!! a puppy farm.I have also seen
"Good quality from top winning show lines" pups advertised on there also.
I think no matter what breed/crossbreed you chose the key is to judge every breeder /person on their own merits,be led by your brain and not your heart and ask lots of questions.Genuine people wont mind answering them if your interested in their pups.
Rescue places do a fantastic job and if their not fussy about letting dogs go to houses with kids under five, or dont vet new homes then i would stear clear because unless they know the history and true temperament of the dog you could end up with your child badly injured.
The many tears rescue is just down the road from me and they vet every single home which is how it should be, so that the dogs end up in suitable loving homes.


http://scanalot.webs.com/

http://roxmarr.webs.com/

Tuesday, 13 January 2009

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****poodle mad female ****
Joined Mar 2007
1815 posts

think she means the pets4homes store mrsgolfy as i too advertise on pets4homes internet site now and again and i too am not a puppy farmer people should ask as many questions as possible about getting a new puppy i would be weary about them also if they did not,the rescues do need to check out places to make sure the dog won't be back and is suited to the person buying it but most of these places don't have a clue about th dogs history they know as much as the person buying it they can only go on the observations they hav noticed by being around the dog but for some poor dogs they act totally different in a place like that i bought an akita who looked a real mean piece but he was the softest stupidest lump going


your pets own your heart completely

Tuesday, 13 January 2009

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geerarffe
Joined May 2007
683 posts

Sorry was thinking of dogs4us when I posted but I stand by what I said about pets for homes though.

Good quality from show winning lines means jack really. More than likely means there are a couple of champions in the dogs history but this one has probably never seen a ring. People tend to put that to justify the high price the then charge.

Rescues do do a fantastic job. I work with the 3 in my signature as much as possible. They all home check, assess all the dogs that come in and if a dog matches one persons situation it may not match anothers so they are careful but not strict.


Loads of lovely dogs looking for new forever homes. http://www.rainrescue.co.uk/ Rotherham/Sheffield
http://www.oldies.org.uk/?p=10635 Oldies club
http://www.dogsos.co.uk/ Lincoln
http://dragontattoos.proboards62.com/index.cgi? Retford

Tuesday, 13 January 2009

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****poodle mad female ****
Joined Mar 2007
1815 posts

doesn't mean they are any less an inferrior puppy because they have never been near a ring i personally would never put my dogs through that ,an agility ring thats all, my girls and boys have loads of champions in thier lineage but i don't charge an exaggerated price i think it's wrong and some rescues do a fantastic job the ones that keep them clean and actually care about them not like the one i paid a visit to,all well and good if they are going to match folk to a particular dog but half just flat refuse so they drive them to look elsewhere and wonder why olk don't come back


your pets own your heart completely

Tuesday, 13 January 2009

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pamela
Joined Nov 2008
850 posts

i am with u mrs golfy these puppy farmers r everywhere,i also use pets4homes and i am not one either,how r u mrs golfy and how r your puppies doing.all good i do hope.

Wednesday, 14 January 2009

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RoXx
Joined Sep 2007
1806 posts

I am ok thank you appart from knackered.
My other half taken time off work to help out so that i can get some sleep now and again which is a help, and my teenage kids stayin in my mothers for the week.Day 3 and two little ones are still doing ok"touch wood".Their still feeding well and gaining weight slowly.


http://scanalot.webs.com/

http://roxmarr.webs.com/

Wednesday, 14 January 2009

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pamela
Joined Nov 2008
850 posts

onwards and upwards mrs golfy it's the only way 2 go.

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