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Uncle Sam

Male English Cocker Spaniel

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7 years, 24 weeks


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Champion Bloodlines

Champion Sired

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  • • health guarantee1yr
  • • akc registration
  • • current shots etc
  • • declaws removed
  • • tail tocked

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This little guy is so sweet and snuggly!  We raise all our litters in our home so the puppies get a lot of socialization and affection.  He's graduated out to the puppy pen where he can watch all the big dogs.  He's the perfect age for housebreaking and starting some basic obedience.  English Cockers are easy to train because they are so eager to please.  All they want is to make you happy and be near you. 

The parents Rush and Finn are also included.  If you go to our website you can see their impressive pedigrees.  Finn was imported from Scotland.  They are also both excellent hunting dogs.

Some fun facts about English Cockers:  They have webbed feet which make them excellent swimmers.  We dock their tails to the length the British do.  It acts as a rudder when they swim! 

Another thing you may not know, they shed twice a year:  spring and fall.  It takes about two weeks for them to "blow" their coat.  A weekly brushing is all the maintenance they need.  They are not to be confused with a show cocker with the hair to the ground and oodles of upkeep.  They also do not have the temperment they do.  Field-bred English Cockers are very easy-going.  That's not to say that on a hunting field they're not little dynamo, because they can run circles around the bigger dogs!  But for a house pet, they're the best!  They get along well with children and other animals.  They don't snip or bite.  They are not aggressive dogs.  There is a reason they've been referred to as "The Merry Cocker" and it is because they truly are very, very happy dogs! 

Another English Cocker tidbit -- they came from Spain, not England initially.  They eventually were brought to England and did very well there, going in and out of the cockleburs.  Hence their name evolved into Cocker Spaniel (for Spain), and eventually because of popularity with the English, they became most known for the breed: English Cocker Spaniel.

Yet another English Cocker bit of trivia: the only difference between an English Cocker Spaniel and an English Springer Spaniel is about ten pounds!  The springer is roughly about ten pounds heavier and maybe an inch or so taller. 
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Location:  Albany, Georgia

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