Archive for the 'Cocker Spaniels' Category

American vs English

Long silky hair, floppy ears, short tail always wagging, eyes begging for you to play with her. Yes, we would be talking about none other than a Cocker Spaniel? Cocker Spaniels were named for their skill at flushing out the woodcock game bird. Originally bred in England as a gun dog, the breed was brought to North America in the
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Cocker Spaniels

Cocker Spaniels generally stand 14 to 18 inches tall at the shoulder, and can weigh about 24 to 28 lbs. Cocker Spaniels can have either wavy or straight hair, and come in almost every color. Cocker Spaniels and especially Cocker Spaniel mixes, historically, have always been known for their sweet, affectionate temperaments. Due to their extreme popularity, Cocker Spaniels have been
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Black variety: solid black or black and tan ASCOB variety: cream, red, brown, and brown with tan points Particolor variety: any color with white Coat: Most commonly seen in white, solid black, or light cream This breed has a beautiful silky coat that should either lay flat, or be slightly wavy. Clipping is necessary to keep hair at medium length.