We get a great variety of colors with our Cockapoo Puppies. Here are some photos and information to help you figure out what you like and what colors you're seeing in the updated photos people send us. Please remember we can always guess but we never know what colors we will get until the puppies are born.
Red Cockapoos are one of our most popular color choices. They can vary from light Red to dark Red as you can see by the photos below.
Buff puppies can vary from a super light cream color to a darker Caramel color.
Chocolate Cockapoo Puppies can range from a deep, dark Chocolate similar to a Hershey bar all the way down to a light Cocoa color. They generally have dark black or brown noses and ours can come with Green, Hazel, and even Blue eyes, depending on the parents!
Apricot Cockapoo puppies can range from a light Red to Peach, to dark Apricot color so sometimes it's hard to tell what they will be when first born.
We would put the puppy on the left in the
"Red" category and the puppy on the right as
more of an "Apricot" color.
Black Cockapoos can be solid in color or have White accents. They generally have a black nose with brown eyes.
Merle Cockapoo Puppies
Merle's (pronounced M-earls) are a super funky color pattern where it looks like someone took all different colors of paint and splashed it all over the puppy! We get a wide variety of Merles ranging from Chocolate Merles to Red Merles, to Silver Merles and even Blue Merles! Each one is different and unique. They often have spotted noses to match their markings and ours can come with brown or blue or multi-colored eyes!!
Tri-Colored Cockapoo puppies have three colors, they are usually Black, Tan, and White or Chocolate, Tan and White and their color accents can range from a lot of different color to just small accents.
Parti-Colored Cockapoo Puppies
Parti-Colored Cockapoos have a spotted coat and can come in a wide range of colors with the most common being Black and White or Chocolate and White.
Sable Cockapoo Puppies are a beautiful mix of Black with Red or Tan highlights throughout their coats. You can get light Sables which show a ton of color or you can also get Dark Sables which have a colored 'hue' to them but don't show nearly as much color as the lighter ones. Sables can change a lot over time as they grow.