AMERICAN COCKER SPANIEL ❤️

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History The American Cocker Spaniel is a dog breed selected in the United States of America starting from its "cousin" the English Cocker Spaniel. The official recognition of the breed dates back to 1930. It is appreciated and used above all as a companion dog, although its ancestors were excellent hunting dogs. General Appearance The American Cocker is the smallest of the hunting dogs. It has a robust, compact and balanced body. Capable of considerable speed and endurance. DATA SHEET 167 8 - RETRIEVING DOGS, HUNTING DOGS, WATER DOGS 2 - HUNTING DOGS United States of America Average 12-15 years Balanced, joyful, cheerful, sociable, intelligent, reliable 38-41 cm / 15-16 inches 7-14 kg / 15-30 pounds Black, black and tan, brown, ocher, red, silver 4-7 puppies The Cocker Spaniel definitely loves being in company, needs attention and cuddles, and can't stand loneliness. The Cocker Spaniel adapts well to apartment living, but it will be necessary to it vent its exceptional vitality with playful activities and long walks. Frequent. Perfect for living with children, as long as they know how to relate to each other in a respectful and kind manner. It is also a precious adventure companion. The American Cocker Spaniel is the ideal dog for living with other animals. The Cocker Spaniel, being originally a hunting dog, is used to interactions with its peers and is very sociable, never aggressive and always ready to play. The Cocker Spaniel is generally inclined to interact, even with strangers. Its guarding instinct is moderate. American Cockers have a lot of stamina and need regular exercise. The Cocker Spaniel is very willing to learn, so training must be constant but not excessively rigorous. Their thick fur requires regular grooming. They understand and memorize new commands in 5-15 repetitions. This breed obeys the first command an average of 85% of the time. Strong propensity to play. Hypoallergenic: No. PRODUCTS MAINTENANCE SEASON CHANGE TREATMENT

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