Features of the maintenance and care of the English Cocker Spaniel
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The most common diseases of the English Cocker Spaniels

Each breed is more susceptible to certain diseases. Owners of English cocker spaniels need to know how their dogs are sick in order to regularly monitor their health. Like all other dogs, they need to be vaccinated annually and undergo a routine examination by a veterinarian. If the owners pay attention to the dog’s health, then no problems should arise.

Cocker’s weak point is the ears. On the one hand, they are long and protect the ear canal from the ingress of foreign particles. However, such closure violates the ventilation of the ear. If brown sulfur in the ears begins to collect, it must be removed with a cotton swab. It is recommended that you clean your dog’s ears once a week. In the summer it is worth protecting them from spikelets.

Further, the eyes are considered a problem area. Common cocker spaniel eye diseases include conjunctivitis, cataracts, glaucoma, eyelid inversion or inversion, cherry eye, extra eyelashes, and progressive retinal atrophy. Eye care is carried out daily. Use a cotton swab dipped in a solution of boric alcohol to remove the catch, dust, wool that collects in the corner of the eye. If the lower eyelid begins to fall away greatly, it is worth visiting a veterinarian.

Dogs of this breed are also susceptible to colds. If the spaniel is in a draft, it can begin to cough. This is the first sign of a cold. In an advanced case, the disease can go into pneumonia. Treat the dog with injections or weeds. Any medicine should be prescribed by a doctor, and there should not be alcohol in it.

English Cocker Spaniels are prone to food allergies. They begin to constantly comb the skin. In some cases, the cause may be flea bites and yeast that enter the wounds. Then the dog will itch regularly. Skin cancer is common among skin diseases of the breed.
Often, cockers become obese. This is entirely the fault of the owners, who did not control the diet and did not give proper physical activity. Puppies of this breed are very mobile and curious. If you let them move freely, then the dog will grow up healthy with a strong skeleton. Sometimes cocker spaniels are capricious of food, so the owners have to go to different tricks to feed the dog.

The list of the most common diseases of the English Cocker Spaniel also includes: urolithiasis, lipoma, melanoma, atopy, hip dysplasia, epilepsy, otitis media, hypothyroidism, chronic hepatitis, deafness, hydrocephalus, dwarfism, vestibular apparatus diseases. In any case, the health of the pet will completely depend on the care of the owner.

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