Cocker Spaniel

Common cocker spaniel diseases
Acquired diseases of the English Cocker Spaniels arise due to malnutrition, insufficient physical activity, colds, infections. Cardiovascular diseases Dog heart problems develop due to overwork, nervous stress and stress, and…

Continue reading →

Spaniel Pyometer
Pyometra is considered the most common reproductive ailment found in spaniels. Pyometra or endometritis is an inflammation of the uterine mucosa caused by the accumulation of pus in it. Unfortunately,…

Continue reading →

Cocker Spaniel. Care and maintenance
Since the smooth-haired spaniel is very prone to tangling, it requires regular combing and also a bit more frequent bathing than dogs of other breeds. You also need to regularly…

Continue reading →

Cocker Spaniel Diseases (part 3)

Dislocation of the patella is a hereditary disease in which the patella flies out of the femoral gutter. Sometimes the patella returns to its place itself, in other cases, this requires the help of a veterinarian. Signs of the disease appear only if the patella completely flies out. The dog is limping or running with a raised injured leg, stretches the leg, in an attempt to put the cartilage in place. This is very painful. If this condition is not treated surgically, it will lead to osteoarthritis. Continue reading

Cocker spaniel diseases (part 2)

Primary seborrhea is a hereditary disease. This is a typical cocker spaniel skin disease. It makes the skin dry or oily with the formation of flakes and a specific smell. From a holistic point of view, seborrhea, like other types of skin diseases, is associated with the nutrition of the cocker spaniel and its immune system. Eating natural foods and using WOLMAR WINSOME® PRO BIO PRO HAIR will make Cocker less susceptible to skin diseases such as seborrhea. Continue reading

Diseases and recommendations for the breed Cocker Spaniel

Diseases and recommendations for the breed Cocker Spaniel – The breed Cocker Spaniel is divided into two groups – the American Cocker Spaniel and the English Cocker Spaniel. The American Cocker Spaniel is smaller, the head is smaller, and the nose is shorter than the English Cocker Spaniel. Both cocker spaniels are originally hunting dogs, but over the years, the American cocker spaniel has become primarily a pet, while the English cocker spaniel has remained a hunting dog. Continue reading

BIRD HUNTER – ENGLISH COKER SPANIEL

FCI Standard No. 5 dated 08.10.2012 English Cocker Spaniel Group 8 Retrievers, Spaniels and Water Dogs Section 2 Spaniels English Cocker Spaniel – an active and moving dog, with a compact body of equal length and height, refers to a group of medium-sized rocks. The desired parameters of the animal are in the range: for dogs, height 39–41 cm; the growth of bitches – 38–39 cm; weight from 13 to 14.5 kg. Continue reading

Cocker Spaniel Care

The Cocker Spaniel is a medium sized dog. This dog is chosen in most families because of its kindness and desire to please everyone. The Cocker Spaniel requires grooming, constant exercise, training, proper nutrition, and grooming that will keep your pet healthy.

An important part of the care that the Cocker Spaniel will require is grooming, which consists of bathing once a week or once every 10 days to keep the dog clean. Continue reading

Spaniel genetic diseases
If you decide to have a cocker spaniel, you need to know what genetic diseases your dog might face and what are the symptoms. Breed diseases are often difficult to…

...

Cocker Spaniel. Hunting
Since the cocker spaniel was originally considered a hunting dog, its relevant qualities are not neglected now. But no matter how talented your favorite by nature is, you need to…

...

Machine and English Cocker Spaniel (part 1)
On popular resources, ads for the sale of puppies of all breeds for any money take several pages. The price range is surprising, someone offers excellent hunters and small dogs…

...

Cocker Spaniel. Some interesting facts
Cocker Spaniel is an affectionate, gentle and well-mannered pet, which is suitable for keeping in any home. Cocker spaniels are companion dogs, so they should live exclusively in the house…

...