The Cocker Spaniel is the name used by two closely related breeds: English Cocker Spaniel, American Spaniel. In North America, a dog called simply Cocker Spaniel is more likely that a Cocker Spaniel, while the opposite is true in Europe. The Cocker Spaniel is closer to the way of working dog field spaniel and poodle that its American cousin Springer. In the 19th century, English Cocker Spaniel dogs brought from Canada to the United Kingdom and the United States and the race has its pedigree AKC (American Kennel Club) in sufficient time after the end of the century.
In 1946, the American Kennel Club decided that the American and British races were so different that should be considered different races, and Cocker Spaniels were given their own AKC Stud Book. This article contains information about the Cocker Spaniel English Cocker Spaniel. In many respects, the two races have virtually the same requirements and features, but there are some important differences. For more specific information about dog breeds cocker spaniel, please contact the Kennel Club or local (U.S.) organization of cocker spaniel.
Cocker spaniel is treatable and is a good option if you have a good partner. Before going out and getting a cute cocker spaniel puppy, but you must ask if they can give enough time and attention for the next 12-14 years or more. The Cocker Spaniel dog is a normal dog, and if he is forced to be alone may be depressed and destructive behaviors begin. You should also ask in advance what things should allow your dog and that things should be banned. If, for example, so that your cocker spaniel puppy to sleep in your bed, you can not understand why you cry to run away