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The Cocker Spaniel are dogs from either the American Cocker Spaniel or the English Cocker Spaniel, either of which can be referred to as simply the Cocker Spaniel. The dogs have the nickname the "merry cocker" due to their forever wagging tails.

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Cocker Spaniel Character

Cocker Spaniels tend be determined, alert dogs who form a strong attachment to an individual (depending on who feeds the dog). They do not like being along and can often be seen with a wagging tail based off a cheerful nature.

These dogs get stressed with loud noises or overly rough treatment and are often alert.

Conditions which affect this breed

Canine hip dysplasia which is an abnormal formation of the hip socket is one of the more common health issues experienced by the Cocker Spaniel breed as well as luxating patellas, an issue with knees where sometimes the kneecap moves out of its usual position. Heart conditions such as dilated cardiomyopathy where a weakened heart can become enlarged and cause issues with pumping the blood fully around the dogs body.

Weird Fact..

Prince William and Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge owned an English Cocker Spaniel named Lupo bred from Catherine's parents dog Ella. Lupo featured in one of the first official photographs with Prince George of Cambridge. 

Cocker Spaniel History

The Cocker Spaniel was originally a small hunting dog bred in the united Kingdom to use their sense of smell to cover low areas to scare birds up into the air to then be shot during hunts. They would then retrieve the bird and have soft mouths to not damage the prey.

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