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What is Kennel Cough? How does it affect my dog? Learn about causes, symptoms, treatment and prevention and nurse your little boy back to the peak of health!
The need for potty training an adult dog often arises following time spent in an adoption or rescue centre. Learn how to potty train an adult dog.
Dog temperament describes a dog's basic personality; assertive, neutral, or submissive. Whilst it's genetic, you can positively influence your dog's temperament
5 effective methods to stop your dog from barking; guaranteed to keep your Cocker Spaniel as quiet as a mouse!
7 simple steps to crate training puppies to help you give your Cocker Spaniel safety and comfort, a safe place to retreat when things get too hectic for him.
You'll need to do some things before bringing home a new puppy. These tasks will help your puppy settle into his new home quickly, comfortably, and without fuss
These 7 simple steps will show you how cleaning Cocker Spaniel ears will help keep your dog's ears healthy and bacteria-free. Keep your Cocker's ears clean!
11 essential dog grooming tools to help you keep your Cocker Spaniel in tip-top condition. Keep him looking his best like he's just left the groomer's parlour!
Neutering a dog can bring positive health benefits, help it live longer, and keep overpopulation in check, resulting in fewer dogs in rescue homes. Fantastic!
Discover hundreds of the best dog names for Cocker Spaniel puppies in this comprehensive database of puppy names! You're sure to find what you're looking for.
There's something special about golden Cocker Spaniels. I'm not sure what it is, but they are definitely the 'blondes' of the doggie world and are loved by many
I don't know what it is about Chocolate Cocker Spaniels, but they're gorgeous. Here are some stunning examples for you to enjoy!
Unfortunately your new puppy may not arrive fully housetrained. Don't worry; these invaluable tips and advice will help make potty training your puppy a breeze!
The Cocker Spaniel temperament is gentle and affectionate. They're friendly little dogs; once you've owned one you'll always have a Cocker Spaniel in your life!
It's not unusual to see a dog rolling in poop, and it's not pleasant either! Learn why dogs indulge in this disgusting habit and what you can do to stop them.
The first time you see your puppy eating poop, you're shocked and disgusted. However, puppies and dogs eat poop, but you can easily stop this disgusting habit.
What is Coprophagia? It's where dogs and puppies eat poop, and they're not fussy; any will do! Learn how to stop dogs and puppies from eating poop here.
This is Winston, and he's a real character. He's now ten months old and is settling from the naughty 'let's try it on' puppy days. Winston enjoys his
Looking for effective dog barking deterrents? Discover two simple but effective ways to stop your dog's constant barking!
If your dog needs constant attention, he's barking, pawing, and whining; it can be exhausting! Learn how to deal with your dog's attention seeking behaviour.
Fed up with your new puppy biting your fingers and toes? Learn how to stop your puppy chewing and teach him that biting and nipping people is out of bounds.
You can reduce the risk of Cocker Spaniel eye problems by understanding what can go wrong, how to spot the signs of canine eye problems, and how to treat them.
Do you have an aggressive Cocker? Are you worried he may have Cocker Spaniel rage syndrome? It's not as common as you think, but read on for more to learn more
Do Cocker Spaniels make good dogs for children? Yes, particularly if the dog is socialized early and given puppy obedience training right from the start.