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Fundamental Information To Be Aware Of When It Comes To The Cocker Spaniel

10th February 2012
The Cocker Spaniel is a true sporting breed of dog that is often divided into two categories with very small differences - the American Cocker Spaniel and English Cocker Spaniel. Each features long, wavy-haired ears with a cost that comes in a variety of ... Read >
Author: viridianmotion

Pet Hearing Loss

18th January 2012
Pet hearing loss is not only traumatic for a pet, but also a seemingly disaster for pet owners. The pet is no longer able to hear your voice expressing tender words or giving commands. At the onset of hearing loss the pet appears confused and is extra... Read >
Author: Tricia Deed

How To Stop Springer Spaniel Barking - Is It A Problem In Your Home?

03rd June 2011
Does your springer spaniel bark excessively? These great dogs are not noted for having barking problems, though they can get excited at times. You do need them to bark when there's a stranger outside your home, or with excitement when the kids get in from... Read >
Author: Phil Marks

Cockapoo Puppy Breeders | Adorable Cockapoo and Cavapoo Puppies for Sale

19th February 2011
Cockapoo puppies are derived from a mixed breed, the Cocker Spaniel and the Poodle. This breed of puppies takes in all the desirable qualities of their parents. From the Cocker, it takes the characteristics like loyal, friendly, sturdy build and pleas... Read >
Author: bishop99

Bichon Frise Stuffed Animal

29th November 2010
If there was ever an award for the most adorable plush dog, it would undoubtedly go to the Bichon Frise stuffed animal. With its soft, white, plush fur and happy-go-lucky face, this plush pup is a winner on all fronts. The Bichon Frise stuffed animal foun... Read >
Author: Angel H.

Tear Stains and White Dogs

29th October 2010
It is an unfortunate fact that many white or light colored dogs have under-eye discoloration called "tear stains."This discoloration is unsightly and can make the dog appear to look dirty, ungroomed, or even sickly; despite the grooming effort you make to... Read >
Author: OliviaJohnston

15 Checkpoints When Buying An English Springer Spaniel Puppy

25th June 2010
Buying an English Springer Spaniel puppy is the first step towards fun and companionship with these wonderful animals. It is important to get it right and these tips will help you do that. Some say "let the puppy choose you". That is all right up to a poi... Read >
Author: Phil Marks

American Water Spaniel Dog

19th May 2010
The American Water Spaniel is a hardy dog that is muscular and active. His head is in proportion to the body but is fairly long. It has a square looking muzzle. This has a wide nose with large nostrils that are black or can be brown. The teeth are of leve... Read >
Author: scott lipe

How to Train a Cocker Spaniel

03rd September 2009
Cocker Spaniels belong in the sporting group of canine breeds. They are very pretty and need regular grooming. This breed of canine is very popular among families with kids because of their temperament and eagerness to obey commands. It is vital to tr... Read >
Author: Ty Brown

The Cocker Spaniel Dogs: One of the Dog Breeds That Smile Back

11th July 2009
The look on the Cocker Spaniel dogs are one of the few dog breeds that show off pure love, devotion and excitement. Cocker Spaniel dogs are more than just dogs. This breed loves to work and also enjoys the finer things in life. Of all of the dog breed... Read >
Author: Thierry babineaux

Cocker Spaniel Dog - Things You Should Know

05th July 2009
The Cocker Spaniel is a beautiful, sweet dog that loves people. He makes an excellent pet, but presents a few challenges to the owner.General Appearance and DescriptionThe American Cocker Spaniel was originally developed through breeding of the English Co... Read >
Author: Chadwick Carney

Small dog syndrome how to stop a small dog behaving badly

24th April 2009
Small dogs or lap dogs or comforters as they were once called have a very extensive history, encompassing several thousand years. Small breeds were often kept by nobility and given as presents to royal figures. It was also thought that small breeds were g... Read >
Author: Ivan Ojounru
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