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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American cocker spaniel
Owing to regal and elegant behavior, combined with an extremely sweet and balanced character, this animal is able to win sympathy in just a few seconds. A dog that will…

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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…

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English cocker spaniel puppy: how to choose?

Before choosing an English Cocker Spaniel puppy, think about the question again. Do you have enough energy, time and resources for your pet? Chat with breeders and other owners, visit exhibitions to see if the English Cocker Spaniel is really your breed.

A good breeder is responsible for choosing future owners for puppies, so do not be alarmed if you are asked questions about the conditions in which the dog will live, about the goals of acquiring a puppy. Answer sincerely – in this case, the breeder will help you choose the most suitable baby. In turn, feel free to ask questions, including “immodest” or “weird.” A responsible breeder will only please your corrosivity, as it indicates that you are serious. If the questions are irritating or you get evasive, blurry answers, it is better to look for another nursery.

Pay attention to the size of the puppies of the English Cocker Spaniel. Excessively large babies often turn into loose dogs. It is important that the length of the body is approximately equal to the height at the withers.

Take a closer look at how puppies behave, play among themselves and communicate with people. A bulging kid can become aggressive, while a quiet and timid one may not feel too well.

If you need a dog for hunting, choose a puppy from working parents with appropriate diplomas.

Hunters often prefer bitches: they begin to hunt faster, they are easier to train and they are more obedient. However, during estrus, pregnancy and raising puppies, the dog cannot hunt. Males are more active and hunt better, but harder to train them, they are more distracted and prone to escaping for “beautiful ladies”.

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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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…

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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…

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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…

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