Many dog breeders believe that keeping spaniels in an apartment is highly undesirable. They explain this by the fact that being in an enclosed space for a long time turns a spaniel intended for hunting into a decorative dog. In addition, they argue that a long stay in the apartment contributes to the development of many diseases in the pet.
On the other hand, keeping the spaniel in the yard all year round is also not necessary, because in the cold season he can catch a cold. The most optimal options are a booth or a summer aviary in the yard, which saves the owners of spaniels from the need to walk their pets. Continue reading
Often owners of spaniels are faced with the problem of being overweight in their pets. The danger of obesity and the most effective methods for losing weight spaniel will be described in this article.
Mostly, dogs begin to gain weight due to the large amount of food consumed and low activity. Calories from food are not wasted, but converted to fat. The spaniel begins to overeat, if he is bored, he is very greedy or he is simply over fed by the “caring” owners, not realizing that a small piece of goodies for a person is a bunch of extra calories for the spaniel. Proper nutrition of the spaniel is a guarantee of its good health. The spaniel needs to lose weight if you feel the ribs with your palms while palming the dog.
Obese spaniels tend to live less than dogs of normal weight, and get sick much more often. Extra pounds Continue reading
The American Cocker Spaniel is the smallest representative of hunting dogs, which in our time is bred only as a pet. He is characterized by special cheerfulness, kind and calm character, the desire for good relations with other students of the owner. This dog with a cute appearance and obedient character often takes part in exhibitions and shows.
The American Cocker Spaniel appeared as a result of crossing the English and American Spaniels at the end of the 19th century. Continue reading