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Dott
dott

Posted on November 2, 2009 | 5

Has anyone noticed boy cockers are way more hyper then girl cockers? or is it just my Toby? Ive always or mostly had girl cockers in my life they seemed more stable and the boys seem to be kinda off the wall crazy, hes already neutered he was done li… more ›
Seuuu
seuuu

Posted on October 8, 2009 | 4

Just looking for any experience that you may have had with front leg lameness. My Rickey has been so for over 1 year. He has had a cast on for 10 wks, had xrays, joint taps for inflammation, nerve blocks and has been (and is again) treated for possi… more ›
Vanessa L.
vanessadrama

Posted on October 7, 2009 | 2

My Cocker Spaniel never gets tired...he's so energetic. I have been told that most Cocker Spaniels are the same. Anyone have the same problem???
nyssa L.
puppylove96

Posted on August 20, 2009

I am now part of a cocker spaniel rescue.the rocky mountain cocker rescue!any one in colorado looking for a cocker?
Kingston09
Kingston09

Posted on August 19, 2009 | 3

I hate to have to even think about! I may have to give Kingston up!! But I am now 4months pregnant and live in an apt building. I'm going to be a single mom so I will not have the help I need and even when the baby is born I won't be able to take him… more ›
Seuuu
seuuu

Posted on July 27, 2009 | 2

I have a wonderful 11 yr old Cocker Spaniel named Rickey. He recently had RCL and just had surgery. I just wondered if anyone else has had this experience? I cannot find anywhere that says this is common to the breed. I always thought this was some… more ›
Maddy S.
MaddysDream

Posted on July 27, 2009

I would like to share with my friends and family a significant milestone. Madison, my 16 year old daughter, has had a passion for animals from the time should could walk and talk. I remember losing the remote control to 24X7 Animal Planet by the time… more ›
Kingston09
Kingston09

Posted on April 16, 2009 | 6

Now I took Kingston to the park last night and get this he runs out of the gated area.. almost got hit by a car, thank god the cars was going really slow... He wouldn't listen and keep saying come! He usually listen but this time he didn't.. And I d… more ›
Lisa M.
Mey09

Posted on March 18, 2009 | 18

Hi there! I am joining this group because it seems to be the most "active" of the cocker spaniel groups. My family owned and loved a buff colored female cocker named Sandie Ann for 9.5 years until she got cancer. She passed away in Nov 08. Just recen… more ›
Andrea G.
Goodwina

Posted on March 1, 2009 | 1

I have a cocker spaniel that I'm fostering for Columbia Second Chance in Columbia, MO. She is 2 yo and was a breeder dog before she came to CSC. She wasn't socialized at all when she was little and is very fearful, but also very dominate around other… more ›
BuddiesMom
BuddiesMom

Posted on February 20, 2009 | 4

Cocker Lovers Unite! Please help me! I have a friend whom has a wonderful three year old cocker spaniel. Problem is my friend works full time and her daughter is in several activities. Great huh, well, Patches gets limited exercise. He used to r… more ›
Kingston09
Kingston09

Posted on February 4, 2009 | 7

Really this is my first dog in general but I love cocker spaniel better he's more lovable and attentive. Now my question is is all Cocker Spaniel STUBBORN dog. God I had my boy for 3 months and I can't seems to get him to listen. I had a trainer and … more ›
VickiPoo
VickiPoo

Posted on December 28, 2008 | 2

I did decide to finally adopt another doggy. Her name is Gracie, and she came from the same rescue as Simon. *thank you Vintage Dog rescue in Littleton CO! It's been working out so much better then expected. Simon really is a great dog, you were corr… more ›
Rich R.
3jacksmusic

Posted on December 24, 2008 | 1

"Better with you There" is a song that will make you smile, make you cry...and remind you of all the good times with you Best Friend! You can hear "Better with you There" at no cost by going to www.myspace.com(slash)3jacksmusic … more ›
Denise T.
ddt0725

Posted on November 18, 2008 | 5

This is my first winter having a cocker. My other two dogs, their fur on their paws is much shorter so its not as much of a problem. I worry about all the snow and ice caking on my cockers paws even though he is only outside for a short time to do … more ›

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