From a terrible personal experience
Even if the above arguments do not apply to you, I will give the most important one - safety! You emergency brake - the dog from the back seat flies…

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Spaniel genetic diseases
If you decide to have a cocker spaniel, you need to know what genetic diseases your dog might face and what are the symptoms. Breed diseases are often difficult to…

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How many times a day do you need to feed a cocker spaniel
Due to the gluttony of cockers, owners have to strictly monitor the portion size and strictly adhere to the feeding regimen. A puppy is given an average of 4-5 tablespoons…

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English Cocker Spaniel Health

English Cocker Spaniels are predisposed to a number of diseases. Therefore, if you take a puppy, ask if the parents have test results for the following diseases:
Collapse caused by physical exertion. This hereditary disease is currently recognized as a syndrome. The English Cocker Spaniel, suffering from this disease, copes well with moderate loads, but exercises associated with high energy costs, after 5 – 15 minutes, lead to swaying, loss of control over the hind limbs, sometimes paralysis of all 4 legs. Continue reading

Cocker Spaniel History
Although the Cocker Spaniel breed was bred in the British Isles, Spain is considered their homeland. It is believed that it was from there that the ancestors of modern spaniels…

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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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Cocker Spaniel History
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…

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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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