Common cocker spaniel diseases
Acquired diseases of the English Cocker Spaniels arise due to malnutrition, insufficient physical activity, colds, infections. Cardiovascular diseases Dog heart problems develop due to overwork, nervous stress and stress, and…

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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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What kind of owner does an English cocker spaniel need?
The English Cocker Spaniel needs an owner who is confident and moderately active. Spaniel is a dog that loves not only to actively walk in the forest or in the…

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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. Continue reading

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. From a holistic point of view, seborrhea, like other types of skin diseases, is associated with the nutrition of the cocker spaniel and its immune system. Eating natural foods and using WOLMAR WINSOME® PRO BIO PRO HAIR will make Cocker less susceptible to skin diseases such as seborrhea. Continue reading

Cocker Spaniel. Character

The Cocker Spaniel is a very playful, funny, gentle and responsive dog. This breed is very sociable and always happy to spend time with its owners. Such a pet is perfect for both a large family and a single person. But if you have a large family, the cocker spaniel is likely to choose one owner and will be endlessly devoted to it. The other side of the coin of this nature – the dog may become too dependent on its owner, so the puppy from childhood must be taught independence. Continue reading

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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English cocker spaniel
general characteristics 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…

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How to feed a cocker spaniel
Cocker Spaniels are the cutest creatures and fun people who love active games and have a tasty meal. And in the latter they are absolutely picky. This gives an extra…

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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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