Cocker Spaniels come from Spain, and were originally bred to hunt gamebirds. These dogs have beautiful, silky hair and a happy, sweet disposition that makes them excellent family dogs. Cocker Spaniels are incredibly gentle, and are a perfect mix of docile and playful. Medium-small in size, the long, fluffy ears and large, kind eyes of a Cocker Spaniel give it an adorable, warm look. These dogs would do well in an apartment or in a larger home.
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American Water Spaniel is a very rare breed and not well-known outside the area of the Great Lakes in the United States. This breed was bred to be an all-around hunting dog. Just like their name says, they are really good at swimming. This medium-sized all-around hunting dog has a very high energy level and enthusiasm. They require lots of daily exercises and mental stimulation. Without the daily exercises they get bored easily, and you may expect excessive chewing and recreational barking. Early proper training is very important with this breed because they can become very stubborn and manipulative. They are great with young children, but without proper socialization and training, they can be aggressive and territorial with other pets. This breed is usually 15 to 18 inches tall and weighs 25 to 40 pounds.
A relatively new breed, the Boykin Spaniel is a skilled and intelligent hunting dog. This medium-sized spaniel originates in the United States, where it was (and continues to be) used as a hunting dog in the lakes and swamps of South Carolina. The Boykin is typically a rich brown or liver color, and has beautiful amber eyes. The Boykin is also a strong swimmer, a loveable, loyal companion, and a quick learner. They form strong attachments to their owners and excel at anything from therapy to field trials and obedience.
Clumber Spaniel’s origin has a romantic story. During the French Revolution in 1788, the French Duc de Noailles shipped his entire kennel of Spaniels to the Duke of Newcastle in England in order to save his dogs. The Clumber’s name comes from the Duke’s estate, Clumber Park in Nottingham. Clumbers are sweet, gentle, and love everyone around them. This breed is not a barker; most of the time, they tend to be quiet at home. They will alert you if they feel danger, but they are not good watchdogs. Clumbers and small children get along well like ice cream and cake. They love kids, especially those who play fetch with them. They also love to steal food from small kids, so proper training is required. Clumbers get along well with other animals too, especially if they were raised together. Clumber has a moderate energy level; daily walks are required. The size of the Clumber Spaniel is about 1 foot 5 inches to 1 foot 8 inches, and the weight is about 55 to 85 pounds.
Cockalier is a designer crossbreed dog between the Cocker Spaniel and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel from the USA. This is a very smart breed, very easy to train, and can pick up commands and tricks quickly. Cockalier has an adorable personality, and they start to bond to humans they meet very quickly. This playful breed is very social, eager to please, and gets along well with young children. Cockatiels are very calm and non-aggressive, and they bark only occasionally. This breed usually needs lots of attention and tends to develop a “separation anxiety” if he is left alone for too long. You need to be prepared with a variety of activities and toys because this breed has lots of energy and a playful personality. The size of the Cockalier is about 12-15 inches, and its weight varies between 10 and 28 pounds.
The Cockapoo is a mixed breed, achieved by crossing a Cocker Spaniel with a Poodle. This breed is one of the older “designer” breeds, dating back to the 1960s. Cockapoos are completely people-oriented, compassionate, intelligent and make excellent pets for families with children. These adorable dogs tend to be small in size, but have huge personalities! Cockapoos are intelligent and excel at many things, including agility and therapy.
English Cocker was originally bred to find, flush, and retrieve game birds during hunting time. The English Cocker Spaniel is slightly taller than long. This breed has still kept his hunting instinct, so they require lots of daily exercise. Cocker Spaniel is loyal, cheerful, devoted, and sensitive. They like to stay close to their human family. They are perfect for young children and adventurous for adults. English Cocker is very friendly with other pets and even with strangers. They make very good watchdogs, but they are not a good choice for protection dogs. Their coat needs to be brushed two-three times a week. The English Cocker’s size is 14 to 17 inches, and their weight is 26 to 32 pounds.
Golden Cocker Retriever (AKA Cogol) is a crossbreed between the Golden Retriever and Cocker Spaniel. This breed was the second most popular one at the end of the 1990s. That’s because this dog has lots of qualities to be a perfect family pet. This breed is very intelligent and affectionate. They are also very playful yet very gentle with young children. They tend to get along easily with strangers and other pets as well. This breed is eager to please and very easy to train, that’s why it is so popular to be trained as a service dog. They make good watchdogs and have great guarding instincts; moreover, they don’t bark often. The average height of a Golden Retriever is 24 inches and its weight ranges between 65 and 75 pounds.
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