Cooper

Cooper (in foster Oxon , UK )

Look at that face! This gorgeous boy is a typical happy, energetic 6 months old pocket Pointer cross Spaniel pup , who will grow to a medium size dog .

Cooper comes from a litter of seven puppies, who been born in a hunting farm, the mother is a young pocket pointer and the father is a spaniel .

Cooper is a happy, busy, nosy boy who loves his walks and wants to be everyone's friend now that he's gained confidence out and about. He was a shy boy when he first arrived and was easily spooked by moving cars and other strange things but he's now quite happy to let the world go on around him while he explores and he's straight up to other dogs to ask them to play!

He's full of energy but never happier than when he's curled up on the sofa under a blanket for a snooze and he'll give you happy puppy sighs to prove it.

He's house trained and will wee outside when prompted if you need him to and he can go through the night without going out. He understands sit and stay (though not for too long or he might miss something fun!) and he knows to wait before he starts eating but because the world is so exciting his manners on the lead need some work.

Cooper is a sweet, gentle boy who loves love and will always let you know when he wants to cuddle or play!
He is very happy to meet other dogs and can be very playful with them so it would be nice for him to be rehomed with another playful friendly doggy . However, he would also be good as an only dog as long as he spends enough time with his humans.

Sorry, no children under 10 yo.
Cooper will need a lovely secure garden where he can play and chase a ball .

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More About Cooper

  • Sex: Male
  • Colour: Black - with White
  • Age Group: Puppy
  • Breed: Mixed Breed/Pointer
  • Age: 6 months.

What you should know

  • Can live with cats: Unknown
  • Good with dogs: Yes
  • Needs resident dog: Can live with a resident dog or alone
  • Can live with children: Over 12
  • Adoption Coodinator: Vasilisa Russo

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