Cocker Spaniel Breeders In Kansas

Looking for Cocker Spaniel breeders in Kansas? Whether you love American or English Spaniels, our directory will help you find what you're looking for.

Spaniel Breeders In Kansas

American Cocker Spaniels of Kansas City
Nancy & Frank Rios
Johnson County
Kansas (KS)
Telephone: (913) 522 - 4072
Email Address:

C'lestial Cockers
Connie Bliss-Cochran
By the Missouri, Oklahoma
Kansas 67336
Telephone: 620 236 7990

Kattery Kennels
Kat & Terry Reck
Vivion Oaks Drive
Mound City
Linn County
Telephone: (913) 795 - 2485
Email Address:

Puppy Luv Cockers
Beverly Morrison
Phillips County
KS 67661
Telephone: (785) 543 - 7613
Telephone: (785) 208 - 0111
Email Address:

Susie Q Kennel
Sue Dumcum
La Cygne
Linn County
Telephone: (913) 898-4045
Email Address:

TLC Country Kennel
Tessa Clark
Cherokee County
Telephone: (620) 674-3002
Cell: (620) 674-2027

Doggone Cockers
Julie Virosteck
Franklin County
Telephone: (760) 491-0141
Email Address:

Crystal Cocker Kennels
Telephone: (913) 713 - 9897
Email Address:

Want More Cocker Breeders In Your Area?

We're updating this database on a regular basis and hope to have more breeders to offer you, however, in the meanwhile, if you'd like to search for more in your area, you can do so by using the search facility below.

Just type in the words "cocker spaniel breeders" (without the quotes) and the town, city or area you want, then click the search button.

Bringing home a new puppy is exciting, but if this is your first puppy, or it's a long while since you've cared for one, you may be feeling a little nervous about caring for a new puppy.

Our puppy care pages will help you to get over that fairly quickly and I think you'll find our helpful article on potty training your puppy will have your new baby fully toilet trained in no time at all!

One really important bit of advice I'd like to give you is this...make sure you're not buying a puppy from a puppy farmer - puppy farms mass produce puppies and the owners don't care who they sell their puppies to - they're in it for the money!

Puppies from farms, or puppy mills as they're also known, are very often poorly looked after and have health problems, and can sometimes develop behavioral problems later on in life owing to lack of proper socialization.

Don't be afraid to ask the breeder lots of questions - ask about their breeding methods, their dogs, and where their puppies are raised.

How can you tell the difference between a good breeder and a puppy farmer?

I recommend you read this article as it will help you to find responsible cocker spaniel breeders.

Once you've found your breeder and it's time to make contact, this article will help you to compose some questions you might like to ask your breeder - I hope you find it useful.

If you're a breeder, perhaps you might like to add your details here for a free entry into our Breeders Directory.

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