Reviews about the breed ENGLISH COKER SPANIEL
Feedback When my 15-year-old cocker died, I promised myself that I would never have a dog. Two years after his death, I could not keep my word to myself, which…

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Cocker Spaniel Diseases
Cocker Spaniel breed features Cocker Spaniels are medium-sized dogs that have a strong physique with well-developed muscles and strong legs. Pets are very active, energetic, have developed intellect, are easily…

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Features of caring for an elderly spaniel. How to care for an elderly spaniel?
An aging dog, like older people, requires special care. So you can extend the life of the pet, ease its condition. Spaniels begin to age from the age of 8…

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How to treat liver in a spaniel

In connection with the rapid development of medicine and the expansion of the ability to diagnose diseases of internal organs in animals, it turned out that liver diseases are very common and often cause the death of pets. As you know, spaniels are no exception and very often suffer from liver diseases.
If there is a suspicion of a disease, the spaniel should be shown to the veterinarian who will conduct an examination and, if an ailment is found, will give recommendations for its treatment and select effective drugs.
Treatment of hepatopathy consists in maintaining the vital activity of the animal until the liver cells begin to recover. After identifying, eliminating the cause of the disease and starting its therapy, cell regeneration Continue reading

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 read the early history of these dogs I will recall.

The history of spaniels spans several thousand years. It is believed that the ancestor of modern dogs is the so-called ash dog. The ash dog lived in the Bronze Age, for the first time its remains were found in ash, hence the name. Apparently, people sacrificed these dogs to the gods of hunting by burning them at the stake. Of course, most of the dogs survived, as they were widely used in hunting, and, accordingly, were serious helpers in the survival of mankind on the planet. Continue reading

Nataska English Cocker Spaniel, maintenance and care

In modern conditions, the “English” are gradually changing their skills, becoming more and more sports dogs and frisky companions. However, the hunting instincts of the breed do not suffer from this alignment. English cocker spaniels can work both with swamp and field or even with upland fowl. However, given the fact that each bird species has its own odor of varying intensity, it is unlikely that it will be possible to drag a dog immediately onto a snipe or grouse. Experienced owners recommend starting to familiarize the pet with hunting with the bog. According to observations, the dog, cleverly managing with dupels, in working with quails shows itself no worse. At the same time, dogs, accustomed to raising exclusively field inhabitants to the wing, in wetlands are slowed down and lost. Continue reading

What kind of sport to do with a dog, sports
Beautiful, healthy, athletic ... dogs! Sport is useful to people, and if you engage in active sports with your favorite dog, then it is doubly useful. So, what kinds of…

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Character, upbringing and training of the English Cocker Spaniel
English Cocker Spaniels are curious, knowledgeable shustriks with a friendly, but by no means weak character. They will appreciate and obey the owner by default, but they will not allow…

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Excerpts from the standard.
General form: The Cocker Spaniel is the smallest representative of a dog-friendly (hunting) group of dogs. With a sturdy compact body and a proportional noble head that blends harmoniously with…

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Vision of dogs: what and how our pets see
Many people know that dogs understand everything, just can't say it. Anyone who has ever seen a dog's eye will not deny this. But what does the dog really feel,…

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