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Feeding your pet healthy dog food can make a big difference to his life and natural foods such as organic or homemade dog food will improve your dog's health and give him a zest for life!
Is your Cocker Spaniel healthy? Learn about dog diseases and illnesses that could affect your pet, and the symptoms to look out for - keep your dogs health problems at bay!
Learn how and why dog anal glands become impacted and infected, what signs to look for and how to express anal sacs yourself.
If your dogs anal glands become impacted you will need to give him a helping hand to clear them. Learn more about expressing anal glands here.
Excessive dog barking can be a real nuisance, but you must first understand what's causing your dog to bark before you can stop it - get free advice here.
My cocker spaniel is 5 1/2 years old. She has started peeing and pooping in the house. She seems to be afraid to go outside. Why is this happening?
Hi, can you tell me what weight my 13 week cocker spaniel bitch should be? Reply from Pauline (Web Owner) Hello Carol, As a very general guide, your
I kennel my Cocker Spaniel with my male German Shepherd. She barks at certain times of the afternoon for her food and barks when she wants to go to bed.
My cocker spaniel is 6 months old and is almost ready to go to the vets to get neutered, but within the last few days he doesn't want to listen to me when
The best thing I've ever done...was to bring home this wonderful, kind ,smart, patient,loving animal.
We just got this pure bundle of joy and we are so in love with him. He's so playful and loves kisses and to Cuddle - he's adorable!
Our precocious little puppy Indiana, 7 months old,- she brings a smile wherever she goes. She is full of energy and loves to prance and swim. And after
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