This page is dedicated to our Poo Mixes and other breeds... Most the info is on Cockapoos because that is the breed I personaly own. I have friends and family that have the other pure breeds such as Yorkies, Maltese, Golden Retrievers, ect, that make up our other poo mixes and pure bred breeds. All Cockapoos, other poo mixes, and pure breed puppies other than Giant Schnauzers, Poodles, and Cockers, can be seen on the AVAILABLE POO MIX AND OTHER BREED page of this website. All parents are very nice top quality dogs and are beloved family pets. I can always send you parent and breed info on any of our AVAILABLE puppies. Please email your request to:
and always ask about a puppy by his / her name on the AVAILABLE POOMIX AND OTHER BREED puppies pages.
Cockapoos: (Cocker Spaniel to Poodle breeding). We believe in hybrid vigor which is achieved by mating two dogs that have diverse back grounds. This introduces new genes to the genetic stew which insures very healthy offspring. So you can rest assure that your puppy will come to you as happy and healthy as can be. We are well known for having very nice Cockapoos because we do not just throw two dogs together but search long and hard for the perfect parents that will compliment each other and have small, short nosed soft coated, fluffy Cockapoos that do not look like terriers like other breeders' Cockapoos do... (ABOVE), is a picture of one of our Chocolate Cockapoos as an adult and is what you can expect a Cockapoo puppy from us to look like as an adult.We breed our small 11-15 pound Chocolate, black, buff, red and parti Cocker dams with our tiny Poodle studs to get these small Cockapoos. Our studs are AKC registered and our personal females are also AKC registered, and puppies may or may not come registered with a hybrid dog club such as ACHC, but it depends on if the mother is regsitered. If it is one of our personal litters, usually the puppies get registered, but when people use our studs sometimes the litter is not registered. Ask about individual puppies if this is important to you.
I have heard many breeders say you can't breed a tiny toy or teacup Poodle with a Cocker Spaniel and that may be true with their breeding stock but not with ours. Our Cocker females are small, and our Poodle studs try and try until he (gets lucky). Then we hold and pet our our dam so she does not move around to much and accidentally hurt the little guy. Their puppies are gorgeous! Most of our puppies are on the smaller side of around 9 - 11" tall and 8 to 12 pounds full grown... But they can have puppies of 5 pounds full grown on up to 25 pounds full grown, do to genetic throw back, so ask about the size of a puppy if you are interested in him or her. I'm pretty accurate at predicting the adult weight of our puppies.... If you want a small dog that is not as delicate as a toy poodle but still has that non shedding, hypoallergenic coat and winning personality, You've found it in this breed. Contact me for pricing on a specific puppy if it is not listed on that pup's page. Our personal dogs come with dew claws docked and tails docked, but very often we do get some with long tails from those who use our studs and chose to keep the tail long.. If you want a puppy with a long tail from one of our personal litters you will need to let me know before the puppy is 3 days old. Look on the PUPPY CARE page on info on tail docking and dew claw removal.
Size estimate: Puppies usually gain about 5 oz a week from 6 weeks to 8 weeks of age. You can multiply the 8 wk weight X 3 and then 4 to get a low and high range on what your Cockapoo puppy will be full grown. Or if you wait until 14 -16 weeks of age you can just double the size. Another formula used for toy sized dogs is double the weight at 6 weeks, then take that weight and double it again. So if a puppy is 2 pds at 6 weeks it would be a 8 pound dog full grown. This is just an educated guess since puppies can grow at a different pace from each other. We get Teacup and Toy sized Cockapoos, and also mini and standard sizes on occasion. Different breeders have different opinions on what they classify as a teacup, toy or mini sized Cockapoo so please look on the chart below that explains what we believe these terms to mean. You must also consider the height when estimating the adult size of a puppy. Since Our dams are less than 12" and our sires are 7" & 9" tall these puppies have the potential to be very small. That is why we usually only get the smaller sized puppies from them. Our Cockapoos are of the best quality and if you are a breeder you will find the tiny size and superior health of their genetic lines to be an invaluable addition to your breeding program. Of coarse if your Cockapoo is just going to be your family pet please have it spayed/neutered for it's own overall health and wellness...
You can see past Cockapoo puppies on our Past Puppies Page.
If you have been searching for a Cockapoo puppy for very long you may have become confused as to what a Cockapoo really is and how different generations of Cockapoos can have an effect on your resulting pets health, coat, size, general apperance, and personality when it is an adult. You may have see F1, F2, F3, F1b, F2b etc, and really not know what those letters and numbers mean. If so please CLICK HERE to be directed to my article I wrote on this subject. In it we explain why we here at Jordan Family Kennels only breed F1 Cockapoos and why we are so picky on what type of Cocker and Poodle we will breed together to make our gorgeous puppies.
Prices below are general, and we also look at coloring and overall quality as well as other factors such as availability when placing a price on a puppy, so a smaller puppy can be cheaper and a larger pup more expensive. Prices may reduce if a puppy is still available at an older age. Size: Since a Cockapoo is of a stockier build than a teacup Poodle a teacup Cockapoo, although the same height, could be heavier in weight than the teacup Poodle. That is why a Teacup Cockapoo can be up to 10 pounds and still be under 10" tall. Some Cockapoos may take after the Poodle breed more and may end up being small framed and be more like a teacup Poodle size full grown. They can also have the height of the Cocker and thin frame of a Poodle... Most our Cockapoos run in the teacup to toy range and are 12 pounds or less full grown... We also strive to breed for a certain look : the Look of a very small Cocker with a fluffy hypoallergenic coat. We find this is what most Cockapoo buyers want and we believe the features like the smaller size, shorter nose, and hypoallergenic coat is the best looking Cockapoo. You can only get this from breeding a short nosed teacup Poodle to a short nosed American Cocker Spaniel that is a smaller size. Puppies can have different degrees of coat curl but coat should be fluffy at least or have a Cockapoo curl, which is not as tight or cottony as a full bred Poodle's coat. You can always call me to discuss individual puppies I may have for sale.