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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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.
Golden Retrievers always rank high among the most popular breeds in the United States. These loyal, sociable dogs are excellent with children and families, and excel at obedience training and therapy work. Developed in the 1860s to be swimmers & retrievers, these pups love doing both of those things! Goldens are fairly large in size and have a medium-high energy level. They are known as loveable, confident and eager to please companions and do well in many environments, from apartments to larger living spaces.