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Breed Information: Cocker Spaniel (American)


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Breed Description: The American Cocker Spaniel is an active, friendly dog with a refined, rounded head, long, lobular ears and a sturdy compact body. Although mostly sought after for companionship, the Cocker Spaniel still retains the keen hunting instincts typically found in all spaniels.
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Group: Sporting

Purpose of Breed: Hunting and flushing small game

Country of Origin: USA

Average Size: Averages 14-15 inches and 24-28 pounds

Color(s): Jet black, and other solid colors; may include tan markings; also parti-colored.

Coat Type: The Cocker Spaniel has a medium-length silky coat along the back and sides of its body, except for its ears, chest, abdomen and legs, which are covered with profuse amounts of long, silky, flat or wavy hair.

Grooming: The Cocker Spaniel's beautiful coat needs to be bathed and brushed frequently and taken to a professional grooming salon on a regular basis. This breed requires standard care for ears, pads and nails. Eyes should be cleaned regularly.

Exercise Needs: Although very adaptable to apartment living, the Cocker Spaniel enjoys fresh air and daily exercise and excels in active sports like agility competitions.

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Temperament: This warm and friendly breed can become overly excited and requires lots of love and attention. Sensitive, loving and faithful, Cocker Spaniels make wonderful companions and are happiest when they feel like part of the family.

Common Ailments: Eye sensitivities

Life Expectancy: Averages 10-14 years Trivia: Rutherford B. Hayes owned a Cocker Spaniel named "Dot."

More Information: The American Cocker Spaniel Club, Inc. www.asc-cockerspaniel.org

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By IMAQT1962 (Guest Post)
April 3, 20060 found this helpful

THANKS FOR LISTING THE COCKER SPANIEL. WE HAVE ONE THAT IS A CHOCOLATE AND TAN. SHE IS VERY SPOILED AND I SWEAR SHE HAS BEEN REINCARNATED AND WAS A PERSON IN HER FORMER LIFE BECAUSE SHE SURE DOESN'T THINK SHE IS A DOG NOW

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April 4, 20060 found this helpful

Another common ailment is ear infections because of the long floppy ears. Also deafness in the older cockers is a very common thing.

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