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.
Luke
Luke
Cocker Spaniel
Cape Coral, Florida
Bailey
Bailey
Cocker Spaniel
Vallejo, California
Bailey
Bailey
Cocker Spaniel
Vallejo, California
Bailey
Bailey
Cocker Spaniel
Vallejo, California
Magpie
Magpie
Cocker Spaniel
Merriam, Kansas
Magpie
Magpie
Cocker Spaniel
Merriam, Kansas
Magpie
Magpie
Cocker Spaniel
Merriam, Kansas
Charlie
Charlie
Cocker Spaniel
San Diego, California
Molly M 22102
Molly M 22102
Cocker Spaniel
Parker, Colorado
Molly M 22102
Molly M 22102
Cocker Spaniel
Parker, Colorado
Molly M 22102
Molly M 22102
Cocker Spaniel
Parker, Colorado
Molly M 22102
Molly M 22102
Cocker Spaniel
Parker, Colorado
Maya
Maya
Cocker Spaniel
Jamestown, California
Shep
Shep
Cocker Spaniel
Illinois
Koda
Koda
Cocker Spaniel
Charleston, South Carolina
Emily
Emily
Cocker Spaniel
Sherman Oaks, California
Colt
Colt
Cocker Spaniel
Austin, Texas
Martha
Martha
Cocker Spaniel
Wichita, Kansas
Dumpling
Dumpling
Cocker Spaniel
Castle Rock, Colorado
Cocker Spaniel - Tinkerbell
Cocker Spaniel - Tinkerbell
Cocker Spaniel
Omaha, Nebraska
Finn
Finn
Cocker Spaniel
Arlington, Virginia