Cocker Spaniel

The smallest member of the Sporting Group, the Cocker should be compact and sturdy. Their gait is ground covering, strong, and effortless. The coat is silky, flat or slightly wavy, not overly long. Excessive coat can hinder the dog in the field. The head and expression are hallmarks of the breed; the expression is soft and appealing. The Cocker should still be able to spend a day in the field and should be balanced and athletic. It is true, however, that most Cockers now have too much coat for field work.
Sofy
Sofy
Cocker Spaniel
Austin, Texas
Marley T 22038
Marley T 22038
Cocker Spaniel
Parker, Colorado
Bob T 22037
Bob T 22037
Cocker Spaniel
Parker, Colorado
Pepe
Pepe
Cocker Spaniel
Sherman Oaks, California
Pepe
Pepe
Cocker Spaniel
South San Francisco, California
Coco
Coco
Cocker Spaniel
Sherman Oaks, California
Cooper
Cooper
Cocker Spaniel
Kannapolis, North Carolina
Noah
Noah
Cocker Spaniel
Jamestown, California
Chloe
Chloe
Cocker Spaniel
Lake City, Florida
Tammy
Tammy
Cocker Spaniel
Madison, Wisconsin
Ivy Crystal
Ivy Crystal
Cocker Spaniel
Madison, Wisconsin
Lady
Lady
Cocker Spaniel
Mukwonago, Wisconsin
LUNA
LUNA
Cocker Spaniel
Wilmington, Ohio
Luca
Luca
Cocker Spaniel
Austin, Texas
Velcro 12263
Velcro 12263
Cocker Spaniel
Cumming, Georgia
Harry
Harry
Cocker Spaniel
Austin, Texas
Jewels
Jewels
Cocker Spaniel
Westminster, Maryland
Cora
Cora
Cocker Spaniel
Westminster, Maryland
Josie
Josie
Cocker Spaniel
Westminster, Maryland
Jovi
Jovi
Cocker Spaniel
Westminster, Maryland
Huey
Huey
Cocker Spaniel
Mission Viejo, California