Hunting breed
Since the cocker spaniel was originally considered a hunting dog, its relevant qualities are not neglected now. But no matter how talented your favorite by nature is, you need to…

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Drasty ..... I'm an English Cocker
The history of English cocker spaniels dates back several thousand years. It is believed that the ancestor of modern dogs is the so-called ash dog. The ash dog lived in…

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Breed standards
As ancestors of the English breed spaniel, ash dogs of the Bronze Age era are considered, which were used exclusively for hunting purposes, and today are considered the ancestors of…

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Black and white

Color American Cocker Spaniel

Disqualifying Defects:
The above colors are the only acceptable colors or combinations of colors. Any other colors or color combinations are disqualified.
Black color: white spots, except chest and throat.
ASCOB: white spots except chest and throat.
Spotted color: 90% or more of the main color.
Tanning marks, occupying more than 10%.
The absence of tan marks in black and ASCOB individuals in any of the indicated places.
Males – above 39.4cm; Bitches above 36.8 cm. Continue reading

What a true gentleman with a hunting instinct looks like
The English Cocker Spaniel is a hunting breed, a favorite of the royal family of Great Britain, even Prince William and Kate Middleton have their own pet Lupo. All animals…

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Pregnancy and childbirth in a dog
Before every dog ​​breeder, sooner or later the question arises: do you want to knit or not to knit a dog ?? Before you bind your pet, think about what…

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The color of the Russian hunting spaniel
One-color (solid) color (completely without white marks, or with marks in clearly defined places - on the forehead, muzzle, throat, chest, stomach, legs, tail end). Black (wool is smooth, straight)…

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The history of the breed.
The history of the American Cocker Spaniel is common with other breeds of spaniels, since at an early stage they were all the same dogs, for those who did not…

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