|Cocker Spaniel Puppies Available
Despite their small size, the Cocker Spaniel is still an active Sporting breed that needs daily exercise. Regular brushing and a trim every
few months helps keep the coat free of mats. Cockers are intelligent, gentle dogs that thrive as part of a family.
Exhibited in the US since the 1880s, the Cocker Spaniel remains one of the most popular breeds according to AKC® registration statistics.
The Cocker has a sturdy, compact body and a silky, flat or wavy coat. He is a merry, well-balanced dog that is capable of considerable
speed and great endurance. Cocker Spaniels can be black, black with tan points, parti-colored or any solid color other than black (ASCOB)..
As far back as the 14th Century there is mention of the Spanyell, which came to be divided into water and land spaniels. "Cockers" are the
smallest of the spaniels and the Sporting Group. The American Cocker has evolved somewhat differently in appearance from the breed
now recognized as the English Cocker Spaniel. His desire to hunt renders him a capable gun dog; he covers territory speedily, flushing
game and retrieving only when under command. He takes to water readily.
•Sporting Group; AKC recognized in 1878.
•Average size: from 13 ½ inches to 15 ½ inches at the shoulder.
•Family pet, hunting dog.
Cocker Spaniel Information from the AKC Website: AKC.org
Scout, One of Sam & Petunia's past puppies
We have no Cocker Spaniel Puppies available at this time.
Marion has puppies available; see them on her page on this
website: Marion's Cocker Spaniels.