Answer: To address your concerns about favoritism, in my personal experience this is not the case with Cockapoo dogs at all. There are really almost no differences at all between a spayed female Cockapoo and a neutered male Cockapoo. When you have intact adults there can certainly be differences. Intact males can be more territorial and wary of strangers and intact females can be more... well... bitchy. That term applied in a disrespectful manner toward a human came from somewhere, you know! :-)
"Fixed" dogs, however, show very subtle differences due to sex and are much more likely to be different due to individual temperament and personality.
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