For many owners, the dog is associated with a child, especially vivid associations arise when meeting a cute cocker spaniel puppy. How to communicate with a pet so that there are no difficulties in education is a question to which many novice dog breeders are looking for an answer.
Cocker Spaniel Raising
The English Cocker Spaniel really needs the attention of its owner. In dealing with this breed, the owners never have significant problems, dogs quickly adapt to the lifestyle, habits of the owner, as well as to a new house. Raising a cocker spaniel puppy should begin as soon as the baby crosses the threshold of his new home. 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
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 train him. First, these are the basic commands for obedience education (serving, standing, standing up, etc.)
Training should be consistent and carried out daily. Act with a dog you need to gently, but decisively. First, dogs are taught to work in the right range, training on pigeons, then you need to train with other birds so that the dog “learns” different smells. Gradually, the English Cocker Spaniel will learn to drive the birds and return in time, the dog will develop an instinct to pursue the game until it is caught, or until it is completely lost from sight. Continue reading