Cocker Spaniel

Cocker Spaniel Usually Suffer From Pancreatitis

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Breed characteristics

It is a cheerful dog, robust, sporty, well balanced, compact. The measurement of the floor to the cross and from this to the insertion of the tail is approximately equal.

  • Male: 38-43 cm.
  • Female: 36-41cm.
  • Hembra: 12–15 kg.
  • Macho: 13–16 kg.
  • Dog lifter hunting.
  • From 190 to 260 g. DAILY.
  • Of a cheerful nature, his constantly wiggling tail presents a typical animated movement, particularly when following a trail, not afraid of thick bushes. Docile and affectionate, although full of life and exuberance.
  • Britain.
  • From 12 to 15 years.

Common illnesses

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Eye Conditions​

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Otitis​

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Herniated Disc​

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Pancreatitis

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Heart Disease

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Breed origins

The Cocker Spaniels were recognized as separate races of the Field and the Springer Spaniel shortly after the formation of the Kennel Club in 1873. He was born as the “cocking spaniel” that derives from “flushing woodcock”. As in different breeds of hunting dogs, there are currently differences between the dogs used for work and those of show: the show cocker is a stronger and heavier version than his work colleague.

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