English cocker spaniel


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English cocker spaniel

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The Spanish study found that English cocker spaniels tend to be more hostile than other breeds-a discovery indicating that aggressiveness is an inherited characteristic.
2) Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital patient Tom Purnell is greeted by Keesha, a 7-year-old English cocker spaniel, and her handler Darlene Fraschetti on Friday.
The other dog that died, a 13-year-old English cocker spaniel named Mr.
My English cocker spaniel is almost 12, and the last three nights has shown a marked change in behavior.
This isn't the case with the English cocker spaniel, a close cousin.
Having an adult GSP and setter, Haupt bought Barbara her own black, field-bred English cocker spaniel.
Two dogs were running through the powdery snow in front of me an English cocker spaniel and a Labrador retriever.
Thus, in 1936, AKC recognized the English cocker as a separate breed, giving us two distinct breeds: the cocker spaniel and the English cocker spaniel.
She met English cocker spaniel trainer and ambassador Barbara Haupt, from Maine, and hit it off.
Pointers quested for coveys, but what really grabbed Crew's attention were the English cocker spaniels retrieving downed birds.
Another possibility is that your dog has a condition called distichiasis, which can be quite common in English Cocker Spaniels.