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The cocker spaniel is a very special kind of dog. Cocker spaniels make wonderful pets for all sorts. The cocker spaniel is especially good with children but you should be careful with your cocker spaniel around rowdy obnoxious children because they could harm your cocker spaniel. A cocker spaniel is a good dog for the suburbs where they can have an enclosed garden to run around in. Young cocker spaniels are generally calm dogs but still need a fair bit of exercise to keep fit. Cocker spaniels are also okay in apartments as long as you make a point of taking them out regularly for walks. Cocker spaniels can be any of a wide array of colours or colour combinations. The cocker spaniel has floppy ears and long sooth silky hair that’s a it wavy. Cocker spaniels that participate in dog shows have long hair but others may have a short hair cut for easy maintenance.
Cocker Spaniel Puppies
Cocker spaniel puppies are much smaller than full grown cocker spaniels. If you’re planning to get a cocker spaniel puppy for your family in the future and you have children or other pets, you should get your cocker spaniel used o them from a young age. If your cocker spaniel grows up with children or other pets, they’ll usually be alright with all children. A cocker spaniel puppy is a lot of fun but it’s also a lot of work, so you should hold off on getting a cocker spaniel puppy until you’re sure you’ve got lots of time to spend with your cocker spaniel puppy. You’ll need to keep a close eye in your cocker spaniel puppy. You’ll also need to feed your cocker spaniel puppy regularly and give it lots of attention. A cocker spaniel puppy, like most puppies, is a lot of fun but can be very messy. You’ll want to house train your cocker spaniel puppy as quickly as possible to keep yourself from going crazy. If you have trouble training your cocker spaniel or don’t know how to train a dog, it might be a good idea to take your cocker spaniel to obedience school.
Cocker Spaniel Rescue
If you’re thinking of getting a cocker spaniel, consider getting your cocker spaniel from a cocker spaniel rescue shelter. Cocker spaniel rescue shelters take in cocker spaniels that have been lost or abandoned by their owners. The cocker spaniel rescue shelter looks for loving homes for the cocker spaniels. If you think you’d like to get a cocker spaniel of your own, check out a cocker spaniel rescue near you and see if there are any cocker spaniels you’d like to adopt and give another chance. Right now many animal shelters are very overcrowded and there aren’t enough people adopting pets. Don’t contribute to the problem by getting new puppies when you can give a home to a cocker spaniel in need. If you’re a cocker spaniel lover but you don’t want to adopt a cocker spaniel at the moment, you can help out by making a donation to your local animal or cocker spaniel rescue shelter.
Cocker Spaniel Breeder
If you’re looking for cocker spaniel puppies, the best place to go is a cocker spaniel breeder. If you don’t already know a cocker spaniel breeder, you can look them up on the internet or post a wanted ad for a cocker spaniel puppy. It’s always better to get your cocker spaniel puppies from a cocker spaniel breeder than from a pet shop because pet shops buy their cocker spaniel puppies from puppy mills, where puppies are often treated quite cruelly. However, not all cocker spaniel breeders are good either, so it’s important that you take some time to check out different cocker spaniel breeders and find a good one. A good cocker spaniel breeder is one that treats the cocker spaniels and cocker spaniel puppies kindly. If you find a cocker spaniel breeder on the internet, ask if you can come by to see the place where they keep the dogs so that you can be sure that it’s a legitimate operation. A good cocker spaniel breeder will have their cocker spaniels tested for a number of medical conditions before using them for breeding. If your cocker spaniel breeder doesn’t check the cocker spaniels for genetic disorders before using them for breeding, the cocker spaniel puppies could inherit potentially serious genetic diseases. This will be very difficult for you and your family and will also be very expensive in the long run in terms of vet bills. Another good way to find a reputable cocker spaniel breeder is to ask a vet or cocker spaniel expert to refer you to a reputable cocker spaniel breeder. IF you find a good cocker spaniel breeder, you can ask them any questions you have about raising a cocker spaniel, especially if you’re a first time dog owner. Most cocker spaniel breeders will be more than happy to help.
English Cocker Spaniel
The cocker spaniel breed originated in England a few hundred years ago and was later brought to America. After a time, the american cocker spaniels became different enough from the original english cocker spaniels that it was named a separate cocker spaniel breed altogether, the American cocker spaniel. Today, it’s fairly easy to get american or english cocker spaniels regardless of where you live. Many cocker spaniel breeders send their cocker spaniel puppies by air to their new homes if they live far from the cocker spaniel puppy adopter. In general, the american and english cocker spaniels are not all that different and have similar personalities and features. The main differences between american cocker spaniels and english cocker spaniels are the kennel club descriptions of the two cocker spaniel breeds. If you intend to enter your cocker spaniel in dog shows, you’ll have to choose your cocker spaniel breed carefully.