Cocker Spaniel Puppy Pictures
Originally (and sometimes still) was raised as a dog gun (hunting dog), Cocker Spaniel has become one of the most popular breeds in America. They love people and require the attention and affection of their teacher. They want to be with their families as much as possible and will apply for the position of your shadow, if you employ. They do not do well if left alone for long periods of time. Cocker Spaniel who doesn't get enough attention is going to be destructive. They are busy, active and fun, but can be stubborn. Consistent discipline is required. However, Spaniels polkadots do well in agility, obedience, and therapy. They have a moderate need for exercise, and will need a daily outlet for their energy. They usually enjoy playing ball or Frisbee and learn new tricks. They are athletic, agile and quick, and just love to hang out outside, joyful revelry around with their families. They are good with other animals and love to live with other dogs. They are very good with children. They will eat just about anything and everything in sight, and may try to steal your (and your kids) food. Don't be surprised to find Your Cocker Spaniel on the kitchen table licking out a plate of butter. They're like Bel (quickly to raise the alarm if a stranger approaches the House), but are very friendly to visitors. Your friends will learn to be greeted by a wagging tail quickly. It is loyal, affectionate, sensitive small dogs that make great companions!