Group : Sporting Dogs
Weight : 7 - 14 Kgs
Height : 13.5 - 15.5 inches
Color(s) : There are few breeds as nice looking as the all around prepped Cocker Spaniel. His thick, some of the time wavy coat is short on the head and back and long on the ears, mid-section, tummy, and legs. The coat is a strong shading (dark or light cream to red to chestnut), or parti-shading (two or more hues, one of which is white).
Coat : The silky coat is level or marginally wavy. The hairs are medium length on the body yet short and fine on the head. There is feathering on the ears, mid-section, guts and legs. The coat comes in any strong shading, dark with tan focuses, merle, strong shading with tan focuses and parti-shading. Cases of parti shading blends are white with buff or red, white with dark, or white with dark and tan focuses. Field lines have shorter coats than show lines.
Distinct Feature :The Cocker Spaniel is a medium measured, strong puppy. The head is adjusted with a claimed stop. The gag is wide and profound with square, even jaws. The teeth meet in a scissors nibble. The eyeballs are dim, extremely round with slight almond molded eye edges. Merle Cocker Spaniels can have blue eyes. The long, low-set ears are all around feathered. The topline inclines marginally from the front of the pooch to the back and the legs are straight. The tail is docked.
TEMPERAMENT : Strong and quick to work, the American Cocker Spaniel is similarly suited to life as a gundog or as a family pet. Sprightly, delicate and sweet, this breed is of normal insight and is deferential of its expert's power. Entertaining, reliable and enchanting with a constantly wagging tail, it is dynamic, fun loving and dedicated, yet ought to be mingled well when it is youthful to evade an inclination for modesty. Cockers that comprehend their place is under people are great with youngsters. They adore everybody and need firm, cherishing administration and day by day activity to be upbeat. They can be hard to housebreak. They are for the most part simple to prepare and coexist well with different creatures. Try not to permit this puppy to grow Small Dog Syndrome, human instigated practices where the pooch trusts he is pack pioneer to all people. This can bring about a fluctuating level of conduct issues and is the place a ton of proprietors turn out badly. The objective with all puppies is to accomplish pack pioneer status. It is normal intuition for a puppy to have a request in its pack. When we people live with canines, we turn into their pack. The whole pack coordinates under a solitary pioneer; lines are obviously characterized, and standards are set. You and every other human MUST be higher up in the request than the puppy. Proprietors who permit their canines to trust they are higher up in the request and/or who don't give day by day mental and physical activity will encounter an entire distinctive disposition than the one depicted previously. The pooch may create modest sharpness, which is a blend of apprehension and predominance that can bring about violence. Meek urinating is typically brought about by overexcitement, an absence of every day mental and physical activity, where they are twisted up and their brains are not allowed to quiet down once a day. Additionally forceful guarding of articles, individuals and spots, over the top yapping, hyperactivity and wandering, among other negative practices. There are two sorts, field lines and show lines. Field lines are reared for working and have better chasing impulses and shorter coats, which is more functional for working in the forested areas. Both sorts make great pets when the proprietors address their issues as canine creatures.
CHARACTER :The all around reared Cocker Spaniel has a sweet demeanor. He is loving and cuddly and loves to take an interest in family activites. He is fun loving, caution, and dynamic, getting a charge out of any activity from a lively stroll to chasing in the field.
The Cocker is known not a delicate canine, rationally and physically. He has a "delicate" identity and does not react well to unforgiving treatment, some of the time swinging to snarling or snapping when he's in agony or perplexed. Early socialization and preparing is vital to show the Cocker fitting canine conduct. He should be taken care of deliberately and generous to draw out identity best as a part of his identity.