If you're looking for Cocker Spaniel breeders in Oregon, why not let us help you? Our searchable directory will help you find a cocker breeder near you!
39324 Amherst St
Oregon (OR) 97055
Telephone: (503) 668 4768
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Nancy L Ray and Lisa L Ray
Telephone: (503) 792-3479
Fax: (503) 792 - 4580
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aspire Cocker Spaniels
Dan & Marci Wilson
Email Address: email@example.com
Conquest Cocker Spaniels
Telephone: (503) 297-3020
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary and Rick Reid
Telephone: (541) 548-0141
Cell: (503) 349-1825
Email Address: email@example.com
Desert Rose Cockers
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: (541) 783 - 3921
Kvammes Cocker Spaniels
Marlin and Lorrie Kvamme
Curt and Val Roether
Telephone: (541) 260 - 5418
Dutch Haven Cockers
Sam and Julie White
(Just south-west of Portland)
Telephone: (971) 237 2088 (Cell)
Tom & Cindy Durham
Near Hood River
In case you'd like to search for more breeders in your area, I've included a search box for you.
Simply type in the words "cocker spaniel breeders" (don't use the quotes) and the town, city or area you want, then click the search button.
If you can, I recommend you short-list two or three breeders and contact them all before making your decision.
Ask them lots of questions and find out as much as you can about their breeding practices and their dogs.
Ask whether their puppies raised in the family home or outside, in kennels.
Ask how much socialization have they had, and whether or not they've been vaccinated.
A responsible breeder won't be offended by your questions but will respect you for asking so many.
Asking such questions will help you to be sure that you're not dealing with a puppy farmer. If you ask to see their dogs and they refuse (even if they give you what sounds like a 'plausible' excuse) - walk away.
Be very suspicious if they ask to bring the puppy to you - this is a classic sign of a puppy farmer. They're probably hiding something, such as filthy kennels and poorly cared for bitches.
To help you with questioning the breeders, I've included examples of the types of questions you might like to ask - I hope you find them useful.
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