Our directory of Cocker Spaniel breeders in Ohio will help you to
find English or American Cocker breeders with puppies for sale
near you - good luck!
Family Friends Kennel
Telephone: (937) 515-8538
Email Address: email@example.com
Telephone: (937) 783-3778
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: (419) 864-1527
Cell: (419) 560-3372
Ohio (OH) 44833
Telephone: (419) 468-2308
Email Address: email@example.com
Schiely's Cocker Spaniels
6196 Columbia Road
Ohio (OH) 44070
Telephone: (440) 777-0409
Email Address: BevSchiely@aol.com
Tell-Tail Cocker Spaniels
26993 Schady Road
Telephone: (440) 235-4237
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cocker Spaniel Breeders
12075 Sperry Rd
Telephone: (440) 729-2246
Email Address: email@example.com
Whispering Hollow Cockers
Telephone: (740) 498-8834
Emerald Isle - Home of the O'Brien Cockers
Mary Ann O'Brien
5300 Beach Road
Ohio (OH) 44256
Telephone: (330) 461-2265
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cocker Spaniel Breeders
Brookville (metro Dayton)
Telephone: (937) 837-7942
Telephone: (937) 604-7316
Lake Erie Cocker Spaniels
Ohio (OH) 43452
Telephone: (419) 797-2279
Email Address: email@example.com
Jameson's Lexington Cockers
Telephone: (330) 618-7435
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: http://www.jamesoncockers.com/ (under construction)
Ohio (OH) 44853
Telephone: (419) 447-0533
Email Address: email@example.com
Ivy Patch Cockers
Matt & Maya Jordan
Telephone: (330) 703-0255
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Graemar English Cocker Spaniels
Twin Pine Cockers
Email Address: email@example.com
As soon as you've had a chance to put together a short-list you'll be able to start thinking about how you're going to approach the breeders.
I'd recommend you speak to a couple to determine which one you feel more comfortable with as you may well be staying in touch after your bring your puppy home, so it's better that you like each other.
The best way to do this is to ask the breeder lots of questions about themselves, their kennels and their dogs.
If you don't ask any questions about them or their dogs, the breeder may prefer to let their puppies go to someone who sounds more interested in their kennels and how the puppies are raised - you may lose out!
Asking questions will also help you to be certain that you're not buying a puppy from one of these terrible puppy farms that we hear of.
I've put together some ideas to help you with your questioning, hopefully they'll give you an idea of the types of questions you might like to consider asking.
Because you'll soon be bringing home your new puppy I'm sure you'll be so excited!
However, if this is your first puppy, or it's a long while
since you've taken care of a puppy, you might just be feeling a little apprehensive.
Why not let me help you?
Good luck and enjoy your new Cocker Spaniel puppy!