If you are considering getting a Cocker Spaniel, you'll want to check out the incredible book "The Complete Guide to Cocker Spaniels". It's written in an easy-to-understand way but still has the expert knowledge to help any new owner successfully raise their Cocker Spaniel from puppy to old-age. It's widely available, so pick up a copy if you see one, or click here to grab one on Amazon.
This traditional sporting dog had a popularity boost because of the 1955 Disney movie, Lady and the Tramp, and remained popular long after for many reasons. Its gentle and playful temperament combined with a natural tendency for athletics, makes it a great pet to take on adventures or stay home with. Typically ranging from 20 – 30 pounds, the Cocker Spaniel is happy in an apartment, and will deliver on owners’ desires for an affectionate, intelligent companion. The breed is highly sociable, so doggie play dates are a fun way to socialize them. Outside of the show ring (where long, silky coats prevail), most owners elect a puppy cut, which takes less time but can still need attention every couple of weeks.
If you can't find the right Cocker Spaniel Rescue that you’re searching for in your state, check below the listings for links to other Rescues in nearby states who may have exactly what you are looking for.
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Cocker Spaniel Rescues in the USA
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