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Family Dog

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Dog friendly

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Shedding

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Barker

Energy Level

Exercise Needs

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PERSONALITY AND TEMPERMANT

Usually, the Cocker Spaniel is a cheerful dog breed with a hunting instinct. However, this breed loves being with its companion at home, and it is trusting of its owner. As a matter of fact, the cocker is ready for everything that its owner wants to do, from running in the yard to snuggling up on the couch as they love pleasing the most. 

What’s more, this dog breed can be reserve at first, but it is friendly at the core with the ability to make quick friends with everyone it meets. Overall, the cocker has a sweet temperament and gets along nicely with other pets, including cats, provided they are given proper training. 

 

 

CHARACTERISTICS

Cocker spaniel dog breed prefer staying with their family as much as possible. Plus, it truly thrives when it is a part of all family activities. On the other hand, leaving this breed alone is not the right thing to do as it can get anxious alone. Once it is anxious, it has the tendency to bark, cry, and destroy. Additionally, the cocker, if left outdoors, is likely to bark and dig to keep itself busy.

 

As for size, the cocker can grow up to 14 or 15 inches in height while it will not weigh more than 30 pounds. The small size and friendly nature make Cocker Spaniel an ideal dog breed for every size of home. 

ENERGY LEVEL

Don’t be fooled by the charming looks of the cocker spaniel; it is an athletic dog breed at heart that to its hunting heritage. As a result, it is highly energetic and requires daily exercise. Otherwise, it will turn to bad habits. It is worth noting that this breed requires more than your average back yard play. Hence, you will have to put in some extra work to tire it out. 

 

PHYSICAL

Generally, the cocker likes jogging, fetching, playtime, and swimming. That said, it is ready to take part in the exercise that the owner wants. The best thing to do is pair long walks with activities like swimming to tire out this breed. Moreover, it is good to get the cocker involved in some puzzle toys to train its intelligent mind.

Height
14-15 Inches
Weight:
24-28 Lbs
Group
sporting dog
Life span
12-15 Years

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