Our Cocker Spaniel Breeders Directory will help you to find breeders in Oklahoma with American or English Cocker Spaniel puppies for sale - scroll down and see for yourself!
King's Kennel & Krafts
Thea J King
Oklahoma (OK) 74010
Telephone: (918) 367-2816
Email Address: Teejie1949@wmconnect.com
True Puppy Love
Telephone: (918) 367-9290
Oklahoma (OK) 73703
Telephone: (580) 478-7512
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: (405) 279-3007
Email Address: Artistry@Aol.com
Donna & Charles Harrington
E. 79th Street
Oklahoma (OK) 74133
Telephone: (417) 825-8026
Email Address: email@example.com
Lynn & Beau Grisez
Telephone: (918) 447-0607
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bow-K's Cocker Spaniels
Lisa K Bowers
Telephone: (405) 692-1866
Email Address: email@example.com
Stylin Cocker Spaniels
Oklahoma (OK) 73132
Telephone: (405) 664-3950
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Janet E Taylor
SW 99th Street
Oklahoma (OK) 73159
Telephone: (405) 834-1036
Email Address: email@example.com
Oklahoma (OK) 74017
Telephone: (918) 341-8983
Email Address: Cindy@cockerpup.com
Email Address: chelvey@CockerPup.com
Indian Creek Cockers
6248 W 430
Oklahoma (OK) 74361
Telephone: (918) 825 - 7799
Okalahoma City, OK
Website: www.Bolero Cockers.com
There are so many puppy farms around at the moment and it's sometimes difficult to tell when you come across one... until that is, you begin to look around and ask questions!
Puppy farms (also referred to as puppy mills) are places where puppies are produced as though on a factory conveyor belt. The breeders are in it for pure profit and so don't spend a lot of time or money on either their dogs or their puppies.
Their dogs are literally worked to death!
Puppies bought from puppy farms very often have health problems, are under-nourished, haven't been vaccinated (why spend the money?) and are under-socialized and often develop behavioral problems later in life.
If you buy a puppy from one of these places, you may be saving a puppy but you'll also be keeping these people in business.
It's your call - and it can be a difficult decision to make, but the bottom line is, WE NEED TO CLOSE THESE PLACES DOWN!
If you need more information, and more reasons why you should avoid puppy mills, simply follow the link and you'll see why.
I strongly recommend that you choose from a short-list of around three Cocker Spaniel breeders.
Make contact with each one of them and ask them plenty of questions about themselves and their dogs, for example, do they raise any other type of dog or do they only breed Cocker Spaniels?
(That's your preference as it means that their breeding experience is pure and that they are dedicated to the Cocker.)
Ask them about the sire and the dam and if you'll be able to see them both, and of course, don't forget to ask them about their puppies!
One of the benefits of asking your breeder lots of questions, apart from showing that you've dong your homework and that you'll make a great 'mom' to one of their little pups, is that it will help you to separate the puppy farmers from reputable hobby or professional breeders.
Bringing home a new puppy is so exciting but it can also be a time of worry and stress - especially if this is your first puppy, or it's been too long since you last did this!
This is where I can help - you'll find lots of helpful tips and techniques on new puppy care and our step-by-step article on potty training your puppy is so easy to follow and... it gets fast results too!
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