Three informative ebooks to help you find, buy and train the most wonderful dog breed in the world- the Cockapoo


  • Are you sure you want a Cockapoo?
  • Costs
  • Cockapoo characteristics and temperament
  • Sizes
  • Where to find a cockapoo puppy
  • Rescuing a dog
  • Finding a breeder
  • How do you pick a puppy from the litter?
  • Puppy proof your home
  • What is socialisation?
  • Essential training

Now with over 70 original colour photos!

 Where to find a healthy Cockapoo puppy is the biggest problem people face

Research shows, many people just type 'Cockapoo puppies for sale uk' into search engine and start looking. With Cockapoos being one of the most popular dogs, demand is simply overwhelming.  That's why, sadly, many families turn to internet ads and unscrupulous breeders out to make quick cash.  This means they end up with heartbreak instead of an adorable family pet. It's a fact that a genetically sick or unhealthy puppy usually dies within six months.

But all that sadness for the family and pet is entirely avoidable!

'How To Buy A Cockapoo Puppy' will teach you all the right questions to ask and precisely what information and documentation the breeder should supply. As well as linking to a freshly updated list of UK registered breeders. Whether you intend to rescue or re-home your dog, the ebook will teach you where to look for a Cockapoo puppy and how to spot a bad breeder. I also discuss all the benefits and considerations of rescuing a dog and link to Cockapoo Rescue Pages. Amazingly most people will purchase their Cockapoo over the internet without ever meeting the puppy with its mother first. Don't be one of them. Make an informed decision and safe purchase for you and your family. I also hate to see dogs going to the wrong home, so 'How To Buy A Cockapoo Puppy' will tell you all about the Cockapoo breed, its temperament, characteristics, exercise needs and costs. After all every dog owner should know what they are taking on. I've been a fan of the Cockapoo breed for a long time and I've heard many stories about how buying a healthy puppy can go badly wrong for so many people. It's heart breaking and also so unnecessary.Simon and cockapoo-cropped



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  • Why Train Your Cockapoo?
  • Learn how your dog learns
  • Teach your Cockapoo his name
  • How to toilet train your puppy
  • Crating
  • Basic Commands: sit, down, stay, come
  • Correcting bad behaviours: barking, pulling on the lead, jumping up
  • Overcoming separation anxiety
  • First Tricks: Shake a Paw, Roll Over
  • Picking a training class

Training your dog is simply one of the best things you can ever do for him.

But all dogs and all dog breeds present their own unique set of problems to overcome.
Sadly many dog training books are not breed specific and use out dated 'yank and yell' techniques that are quite cruel.

This book is based on the Cockapoo breed and written to help and encourage Cockapoo owners to have success with a fun and effective training programme.

This book is written by Cockapoo owners that know and love the breed, and is perfect for the novice or long-time dog owner that wants to understand their Cockapoo and how to train him to be a happy well behaved dog.

What exactly are you going to learn?

The training programme is a modern rewards-based system that is fun for the dog and owner.  You will learn from dog owners that own, love and understand Cockapoo psychology.

If you want to avoid common problems associated with owning a Cockapoo you need to learn how your dog learns.  I will show you how to do that.

And if you don’t want to get burnt out and frustrated you really do need this fun and effective training programme.

The four step process that you can use to teach your Cockapoo anything

Start off by teaching your Cockapoo his name and what a positive thing it is when he hears it.

From the essentials of toilet training and correcting bad behaviours to all the basic commands (sit, down, stay, walking on lead and come).

This book will make it enjoyable for you and your Cockapoo to learn together.

Training doesn't have to be a chore for you or your Cockapoo.  What I will show you is a simple, positive rewards-based system that works every time with every Cockapoo! After you have learned this 4 step process system you will even be able to teach your Cockapoo simple tricks!

The truth is a Cockapoo that is engaged and responding to his owner creates a bond that is rewarding for both of you.

If you haven't trained your Cockapoo or are just wondering what kind of commitment it takes, I encourage you to download the book and start the training programme. I promise you a lot of fun!


  • The Rescue Dog
  • Making A Decision
  • Where To Go And What To Expect
  • Visiting The Re-homing Centre
  • Preparing For Rehoming
  • Rescue Puppies
  • Homecoming
  • Common Concerns
  • Universal Problems
  • Next Steps- Registering your interest

Many people who want a Cockapoo investigate finding a rescue dog first. 

Where better to start your search for your ideal dog,  best suited to your lifestyle, than among the many beautiful dogs in re-homing centres waiting for a second chance.

But how can you be sure your new pet will fit in with your family?

Many people believe that rescue dogs are troubled, traumatised, strays with long-lasting problems. While some dogs exhibit signs of stress due to their immediate environment, the bulk of dogs in rescue shelters are there because their previous owners have simply abandoned them.

When you look down a row of kennels you become aware of the variety in appearance, age, size, activity level and character between dogs. From pure-bred dogs to many cross-breeds of which the Cockapoo belongs. The huge diversity offers you a fantastic selection from which to choose the most suitable companion for your family.

Rescue Me takes the reader through each stage of the re-homing process

from choosing a dog, to preparing your home and settling your new family member into his new life. With chapters which examine rescue puppies, avoiding misunderstandings, universal problems and common concerns, the book provide a fully informative and practical guide.

Further topics covered include: Respite, re-home or rescue; where to go to find a rescue dog and what to expect; Making a decision; preparing for re-homing; canine requirements; common behavioural concerns; next steps-registering your interest in fostering or re-homing a Cockapoo.

This practical book offers prospective dog owners a indispensable guide to giving a dog a second life.

And a bonus books because everyone needs to keep their Cockapoo healthy


Special price for all 3 ebooks + bonus book only £10.95 or purchase individually



Reading up on the subject before I spent £850 on a Cockapoo puppy made a lot of sense

Naomi, Maidstone

If you're wondering which Cockapoo books to choose I can honestly say, having read quite a few this book series covers a lot ground in a easy to read way.

From preparing to bring your puppy home and early training to what tell tale signs of a poor breeder these books have very interesting info on crating and socialisation. It covers everything you thought you needed to know and things you probably won't have thought of.

One of the things which makes these books stand out above the others for me is that the author can be contacted for advice through the website. Dogs don't follow rule books so I've often found after reading a puppy/dog book I have a question but usually no one to ask.

Karen, Tamworth

Simon has a covered just about everything you need to know in his buying a Cockapoo puppy handbook.

2394171174_c84abde928_mI can't think of anything important that isn't covered in this series of books. They are well organised and practical in how it takes you right through from considering if you are right for a Cockapoo to searching and preparing to receive your new puppy through to basic training.

It's easy to go straight to what you need to know, and Simon has included just the right amount of background info so the reader understands how the a Cockapoo is different from other breeds and why he does what he does.

I find Simon's writing style is easy to read and already I have used with great success the 30 minute training guide. I have a 4 year old working strain Cockapoo who was a bit mental so his reward based system worked well. It would have given much greater peace of mind if these wonderful handbooks had been available when I first bought my dog.

Sue Harding, Plymouth

If you are planning on a new Cockapoo puppy these ebook are a must read.

Wendy, Stoke on Trent


This is a awesome book series! Loads of useful and practical information! I love reading help books for my puppy and for people wanting to read about Cockapoos and not just generally dog books.  best i’ve found xox!!!

Alison, winnipeg
Carl Peterson

Fairly comprehensive guide to puppy training, ownership and everything that you need from puppy to old age. I have recommended this to friends.

Carl Peterson, San Rafael, CA

Loved it.  Always wanted my dog to come back in the park..recommend to anyone

Ken, Pershore

If you are planning on a new Cockapoo puppy I can't recommend this ebook series to you highly enough.

Steve, massachusetts

Robert and corkyThis ebook series  is a all-in-one guide to puppydom, from preparing to bring your puppy home to helping your puppy become a healthy and happy member of your family. I think that most questions that a new puppy parent would want to ask are covered in this book (e.g. is crating really neccessary? why does my puppy bite so much and what do I do? can I let my puppy off the lead? what do puppies need to eat and how often?). It is really practical. It is also an easy, engaging read. The language is totally accessible - everything is clearly explained and it's written in a warm, friendly style. The author is  realistic in preparing new owners for all the challenges ahead with a new puppy  and in giving great advice to prevent problems starting before they arise (through good preparation) or through to help owners use a training solution. The training advice book covers all the important aspects of good doggie behaviour, including recall, walking on a loose lead, being gentle and playing nicely. All this advice is based on contemporary 'positive motivational' approaches to training (using rewards). Even if you have never trained a dog before you will find it all clearly explained and easy to  follow. I wish I had had this book when I first got a puppy over 15 years ago.


Wonderful books on Cockapoos! I found everything I needed to know about searching, adopting, and training. Charlotte is not anxious at all now when she has to be on his own!

Jennifer , Savannah, S. Carolina

we rescued a cockapoo and these books helped to train my dog and make him well behaved everywhere

Kyle, Saffron Walden, UK

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20 responses to “The Big Cockapoo Book Bundle”

  1. Simon – I enjoyed your books. It really helped me decide about getting a cockapoo puppy.
    much appreciated!

    ps. i bbought a little cocker girl called phyllis! x

  2. Simon – Thanks for the books, i have got through the training one as that’s what i’m curious about as i have never had a cockapoo.

    is it okay to PM you with some follow questions?


  3. HI Simon – Thank you for the ebooks…the pics in the Buying a cockapoo book helped me know what type I wanted.

    i have trained dogs before but learn’t loads from your book and it was so special that is was based especially for the Cockapoo!

    Will definitely recommend

    Best wishes

  4. Wanted to find out if a Cockapoo is right for me so I purchased your books. Now able to make an informed decision and feel more relaxed about approaching a breeder with questions!
    Thanks again Simon

    • Hi Stuart. The methods in the training book can certainly be used with a rescue Cockapoo. I have owned and successfully trained a rescue dog before. I would say it’s really important you speak to dog shelter and see if a proper temperament test has been done. Rescue dogs sometimes have had no normal socialisation to make them ideal family pets. You will probably find you need more patience as the techniques will take longer with older dogs as learned behaviours have to be unlearned. This is very achievable though. message me at if you have further questions.

  5. I have been reading your Cockapoo book as we are thinking of getting a puppy. The cockapoo seems to fit the bill in almost all respects but I keep reading that they can’t be left on their own. Does that mean not at all, or not for long periods. I think we would struggle to not leave it at all but could commit to being with it for the majority of the time.

    I would really appreciate your view on this.

    Best wishes,

    • Hi Emma

      All dogs are social able animals so no dog should primarily be left on their own regularly for long periods. If you mean, left alone for a few hours while you go to the shops, that is different. Cockapoo’s, particularly the miniature variety, have been breed as companion dogs but they can be trained to enjoy being on their own. My training books explains a method to do this, it really isn’t difficult, they need to learn to associate a treat, like a kong toy filled with peanut butter with you leaving for a few hours.

      Kind Regards

  6. Hi I am interested in purchasing a hard copy of the train your cockapoo and the keeping your cockapoo healthy book is this possible?
    Many thanks

    • Hi Andrea – Thanks for your message. I do have plans to sell the training book on amazon as it has been such a success and then would then be available in print. It’s only available as a download at the moment though.

  7. We have a 16 month old cockerpoo, we believe that he was abused at a groomer in November (we have had him since 8 weeks old), this resulted in him being agressif towards elderly men. Although we have no proof of this, he was a changed dog the day after the grooming and two days later developed cherry eye. We have had two different trainers and have worked tirelessly with him for 10 months, he seems to make huge improvements and then regresses. Yesterday he was being very aggressive towards an old man and when I tried to correct and calm him he bit me quite badly on the leg. He is the very loving at home (if not a little spoilt). Can you please advise me if you think he is Rehomeable. Regards Pam

    • Hi Pam – Sorry t hear that your Cockerpoo has been abused. That makes me very frustrated and sad 🙂 It very much depends on who is going to re-home him? Some people are prepared to take on a pet project…but not every family is. The best you can do is be honest, as you have been, about the social issues your dogs presents and let a prospective owner make up his or her mind. Advertise at your local small breed shelter or through the CCGB website. Above all, try and make sure he goes to a loving home that knows what they’re taking on. Good luck!

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