12 Realities New Cocker Spaniel Owners Must Accept

A well-bred Cocker Spaniel is a pleasure to own. He is known for a merry, sound temperament.

montyHis flowing coat is silky, flat or wavy, has a sturdy, compact body, and is loving and gentle, and he wants nothing more than to make his family happy.

Compared to other dogs in the Sporting Group, the Cocker is small (20 to 30 pounds), fitting comfortably into an apartment, condo, or a small home.

He is primarily a companion but is easily trained for the conformation show ring, obedience and agility competitions, and field work. He is also an excellent therapy dog.

If you are considering to own a cocker spaniel, or you’ve just become a new cocker spaniel owner, there are some realities you do need to fully accept.

Check out the twelve realities new cocker spaniel owners must accept on the next page! …and if you already are a cocker spaniel owner, see if you can relate!

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  1. Just got my pup 5 weeks ago. This is so true. He clings to me like my kids do if not more. Sleeps in my bed or next to my bed on my side. Always wants on my lap. When I’m gone for 30 mins to take my kids to school he totally freaks out when I get home. Jumping in circles and barking he is so happy like he hasn’t seen me in days.

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