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Lucky

English Cocker Spaniel

Overall satisfaction

4.25/5

Acquired: Breeder (hobby breeder)

Gender: Male

Training: N/A

Quick to learn and train

3/5

Emotionally stable

5/5

Family oriented

5/5

Child safety

4/5

Safe with small pets

4/5

Doesn’t bark a lot

5/5

Health

5/5

Easy to groom

3/5

Great watch dog

3/5

Great guard dog

3/5

English Cocker Spaniel

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Posted November 25, 2014

When I first saw my Cocker Spaniel, it looked like a little, stuffed toy with long ears and a beautiful snout. Everyone in the house feels in love with him at first sight. Having had three puppies before we expected he would bite all over the house, but only two pairs of shoes were destroyed. As he was growing older, we realized that our,” Lucky" doesn`t like ordering and was very lazy, but every relationship is a compromise, so we got used to it.

There are three things he likes most-eating, sleeping and cuddling. Sometimes he can be too affectionate, and that can be a small problem when you have guests that don't like dogs. He only barks when someone is outside the door, but as soon as that person comes in he just can`t stop wagging his tail. Lucky never attacked a human being or an animal ( few times he chased a cat ).

He is a very healthy and merry dog. Only thing you should have in mind if you want a Cocker for the pet is that you have to brush him always and take at least once in three months to a hairdresser for dogs.

Cocker Spaniel is a dog for inside. I especially recommend this breed to families with children; they are going to love him.

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