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The English Cocker Spaniel comes from the Welsh region of Great Britain. This breed was created to hunt game birds such as moorhens which they chased and forced to leave their hiding places in low bushes. This dog is highly recommended as a companion if you like going out into the country for walks.
Personality and Temperament
The English Cocker is a very active, sweet natured, well-behaved dog. Its melancholy look usually helps it to get whatever it wants, so it is used to being a little manipulative. Therefore, they should be trained from puppies and you should not give in to them easily.
English Cockers usually have an average lifespan of 11 or 12 years, and although this is a typical expectancy among pure breeds, it is a little less compared with most other breeds of a reduced size.
Average Weight and SIze
The English Cocker is one of the biggest dogs here at Corralet, although our dogs are usually renowned for their reduced size and weight. Normally Cockers are around 38cm to 41cm in height to their withers, depending on whether they are male or female, and they weigh between 12 and 14.5kg.
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Compatibility with Children and Animals
This breed of dog is usually rather playful but they know how to behave themselves in a house. They are very sociable although they don’t have much patience with smaller children at home; therefore they are not usually recommended for homes with small children.
Likewise, they don’t get on very well with other dogs or animals living in the same house, so it is recommended that they do not share their home with another animal.
Keep in Mind
If you acquire an English Cocker do not forget the following:
- It is essential that they be taught to obey when they are puppies.
- Control their diet. These dogs are always hungry and can easily become overweight if they are not controlled.
- They need to be cleaned and groomed regularly, pay special attention to their feet and ears so that their fur does not become tangled.
- It is recommended that their fur be clipped occasionally and brushed vigorously to get rid of any loose hairs they may have.
- As they tend to put on weight, it is important to get them used to regular exercise.
- It is important to check their fur when they have been out in the countryside, as thorns or other objects could get stuck in it and end up hurting them.
The English Cocker at Home
The English Cocker requires constant exercise. Therefore you must not forget to take them on long walks daily and you should also play with them regularly. These dogs adapt well to life in town houses, so it is not necessary to have a large patio or garden.