Cocker Spaniel Breeders

Healthy Cocker Spaniel puppies are bred by Cocker Spaniel breeders who really care about their dogs and out database of Cocker breeders will help you find one in your area of South Carolina.

Breeders In South Carolina

Happy Cockers
Ruffin
Colleton County
South Carolina (SC) 29475
Telephone: (843) 866 - 2943
Email Address: contact@happycockers.com
Website: http://www.happycockers.com/


USA Cockers
Tim & Samantha Dopson
Islandton
Colleton County
South Carolina (SC)
Telephone: (843) 866-7556
Email Address: swampthing@lowcountry.com


Lil Rock Cockers
Michele O'Donnell
Upstate
Greenville County
South Carolina
Telephone: (864) 909-1063
Email Address: lilrockcockers@yahoo.com


M's Cockers
Kershaw County

South Carolina (SC)
Email Address: mscockers@gmail.com


Cavalin Cockers

Jackie Cavallin
Columbia
Lexington County - Richland County
South Carolina (SC)
Telephone: (803) 240-6512
Website: http://www.javalincockers.com/


Sue Dwelly
Spartanburg
South Carolina (SC)
Telephone: (864) 585 - 3727
Email Address: sdwelly@aol.com


Tiina Blue
Myrtle Beach
SC
Telephone (843) 215 - 2588
Email: info@brookwoodcockers.com
Website: http://www.brookwoodcockers.com/


Javalin Cockers
South Carolina
Website: http://www.javalincockers.com/

If you know a breeder of either English or American Cocker Spaniels, and you feel they should be listed here, just send them to our breeders directory submission page to get a free listing!

Question Your Chosen Breeder

I can't stress how important it is to make sure you're dealing with a professional or hobby breeder before buying a puppy from them.

You definitely don't want to buy from a puppy farm, and if you don't know why, I recommend you read this article.

You may be wondering how you can differentiate between a good breeder and a puppy farmer - well, it can sometimes be difficult, but by asking many questions about the breeder and their dogs, you will eventually begin to understand what you're dealing with.

To help you, I've written an article which explains the types of questions that you should be asking to help you weed out the puppy farmer - I think you'll find it very useful.

Puppy Care

You're almost there!

Bringing home a Cocker puppy is such an exciting time.

If you've never owned a puppy before, or you can't remember that far back (!) you may be feeling slightly anxious about the responsibility of caring for such a young animal.

Well, you don't need to - I've lots of helpful tips and advice on puppy care and this great guide to potty training your Cocker Spaniel will help you to house-train him in not time at all!




Learn more about the Cocker breed and the English Cocker Spaniel temperament.

Learn the differences between the English and the American Cocker Spaniel.


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