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 always be demanding and consistent, do not spoil the pet, even if you really want to, otherwise an adult dog may just be uncontrollable.
In no case should a cocker spaniel hear your scream, or see that you are nervous. And even more so, physical force cannot be used.
Education should consist in a demanding, but calm repetition of the actions that the puppy must perform. Repeat material already learned will have to be repeatedly. To motivate the dog, you should use encouragement, you can treat yourself to carrots or cheese, and then you yourself will notice that the dog is trying and striving to achieve new results.
Despite the fact that upbringing and training can take a lot of time and nerves, all this pays off by the fact that you will grow up a faithful, obedient and quick-witted animal that will delight you with its character and behavior.