American cocker spaniel
The Cocker Spaniel is medium in size. The cocker spaniel class is defined as: a hunting dog. Requires special care. Dog breed height: 14-15d. [36-38 cm]. A dog can weigh…

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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.…

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Buying a Cocker Spaniel
The Cocker Spaniel breed is in demand among families, because it is a medium-sized dog, which is very bistro and pleasantly finds a common language with each member of the…

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Natural products for cockers

When choosing a diet for a spaniel, you can include the following products:

Meat. The basis of the menu of any dog, including cockers. Puppies are given at the rate of 50 g per kilogram of body weight, for an adult pet 250-350 grams per day is enough. The meat is boneless, exclusively boiled.
Offal. No more than two or three times a week, you can replace one meat dish with carefully cooked offal – liver, heart, lungs. The serving size in this case must be increased by a third.
Milk products. Any milk dish, even one milk is food, you can not replace them with water or give between meals. Keep in mind that whole milk can have a laxative effect on an adult pet. In the diet of cocker must be present cottage cheese, yogurt, kefir, various cheeses. These are essential components for a dog’s normal digestion.
The eggs. Must be in the diet, but in limited quantities. It is quite enough 1-2 per week. It is recommended to give the pet in the form of an omelet or soft-boiled egg.
Bakery products and cereals. It is worth remembering that these products should not be the basis of the nutrition of the spaniel. They are given only for a variety of menus. You can boil porridge both on water and milk, it is preferable to use hercules flakes, buckwheat, rice. In cereals, you can add a little vegetable oil and vegetables.
Vegetables and fruits. The following vegetables are suitable for feeding cocker – carrots, pumpkin, cucumbers, turnips, zucchini. It is better if they are raw, but you can give boiled. For better assimilation, they must be crushed and seasoned with vegetable oil, sour cream. It is good to add chopped greens as an additional source of nutrients. Fruits can be given as delicacies in small quantities, as they contain a lot of sugar. You can pamper your pet with a slice of apple, melon, watermelon, several berries of currants, strawberries, raspberries, cherries or cherries.
Sometimes it will not be amiss to include rye crackers and dried fruits in the diet.
As a prophylactic anthelmintic, you can give your pet chopped garlic by spreading it with butter on bread, or adding it to food. But no more than once a week and no more than one clove.

Cocker Spaniel. Parenting
Raising a puppy requires a lot of effort and time. The little cocker spaniel wants to run constantly, and he certainly is not up to training. But the owner should…

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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,…

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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…

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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…

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