English Cocker Spaniel
The English Cocker Spaniel came from a number of ancient spotted dogs.
A 19th-century English hunting writer, Hugh Dalziel, a well-known author of the British Dogs book, believed that cocker spaniels (espanols, or, as they were called in Russia, shanks) became famous for falconry in Western Europe during the time of Charles the Great. Continue reading
The character of the English Cocker Spaniel is cheerful and lively. Constantly wagging his tail, the English Cocker will be a great friend and devoted companion of your family. You do not have to be a specialist in training in order to teach the English Cocker Spaniel to execute commands – he is flexible, obedient and smart. It may even seem that he knows all the teams and just wants to give you the pleasure of being a teacher. Continue reading