Cocker Spaniel

cocker spaniel dog

Cocker Spaniel

Meet the Cocker Spaniel. He’s available in two types of breeds, the English Cocker Spaniel and American Cocker Spaniel. Combined they have a slew of traits that include their intelligence, that they’re happy, sweet-natured, and friendly. They also make good family dogs who love their owners, and who enjoy meeting and greeting people.

  • Very gentle and loving and make good therapy dogs
  • Loves their family members and aims to please them
  • Highly intelligent, follows commands, and easy to train

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Do Cocker Spaniels shed?

Cocker Spaniels are considered low-to-moderate shedders. They will shed year-round, and more so when the seasons change. Usually a couple of times a year. The amount of hair they shed varies per dog.

Are Cocker Spaniels hypoallergenic?

Simply stated, no, Cocker Spaniels aren’t hypoallergenic dogs. Unfortunately, with their coat type, they release dander that can trigger an allergic reaction.

How long do Cocker Spaniels live?

Cocker Spaniels lifespan ranges from 12 to 15 years of age.

How big do Cocker Spaniels get?

A male Cocker Spaniel can grow as tall as 15-17 inches, and a female will grow somewhere between 14 and 16 inches tall.

How much do Cocker Spaniels weigh?

A cocker spaniel female can weigh anywhere between 26-33 pounds, while the male can weigh somewhere between 29 and 35 pounds.

Are Cocker Spaniels smart?

Cocker Spaniels are highly intelligent, which is helpful in terms of training them because they pick up new commands, and they do well with obedience. They’re also ranked 20th on the list of the smartest dogs.

Are Cocker Spaniels aggressive?

Cocker Spaniel dogs have a friendly disposition, but they also have a tendency to be aggressive. Although very rare, they are known, most likely in the males, to have what’s called Cocker Rage Syndrome. This is aimed at humans and other animals due to fear or nervousness. Please note, that this is not the norm. If this were to occur, it usually starts in puppyhood, and is more common in fully-colored dogs, such as black, red, and golden coats. Unfortunately, there isn’t any treatment, but it’s up to the Cocker Spaniel breeders who will help eliminate this problem with careful breeding.

Are Cocker Spaniels good dogs?

Don’t let their aggressive reputation deter you. If they’re trained and properly socialized from an early age, Cocker Spaniels are a gentle and loving breed. They make great family pets because of their friendly temperament, and adaptive nature, along with their need to please their owners. They also make good therapy dogs.

Do Cocker Spaniels bark a lot?

Every dog barks, but some breeds, in addition to some individual dogs, bark more than others. A Cocker Spaniel dog barks a lot, but it’s a reaction response or a warning to a particular situation or something they sense in their environment. They often bark as a form of communicating or to alert others as to something going on. With training, this can be curbed to a minimum.

Are Cocker Spaniels easy to train?

As previously mentioned, Cocker Spaniel dogs are very intelligent and eager to please. They love learning new things, and with everything combined, this makes them easy to train. Training should start as early as possible. They do well with obedience training, positive reinforcement, affirmations, and giving them praise for a job well done. Consistency is always key, as well as establishing boundaries, too. Of course, rewarding them with a treat is very important.

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