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The Cocker Spaniel is a medium-sized breed known for its long, silky coat and friendly nature. They are affectionate, eager to please, and intelligent, making them popular pets for families and individuals alike. Cocker Spaniels adapt well to various living situations and enjoy moderate exercise.

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Cocker Spaniels are medium-sized dogs, weighing 20-30 lbs, with a height of 14-16 inches.

energy level

Cocker Spaniels are lively dogs with a moderate energy level.

exercise needs

Cocker Spaniels enjoy daily walks, playtime, and moderate exercise to maintain their physical and mental health.


Cocker Spaniels are intelligent and eager to please, making them relatively easy to train with patience and consistency.


Cocker Spaniels are intelligent dogs known for their problem-solving skills and quick learning ability.


Cocker Spaniels are adaptable and can thrive in various living situations, including apartments and houses.

with kids

Cocker Spaniels can be good with kids, especially when socialized from a young age.

with other pets

Cocker Spaniels can get along well with other pets when properly socialized.

in cold climates

Cocker Spaniels can tolerate cold weather but should be protected from extreme cold with appropriate clothing and shelter.

in hot climates

Cocker Spaniels can handle some heat but should be provided with shade, water, and limited time outdoors in high temperatures.


Cocker Spaniels have medium shedding due to their long, silky coats.


Cocker Spaniels require regular grooming, including brushing, to keep their coats healthy and free of mats.

bark tendency

Cocker Spaniels have average bark tendencies and may bark for various reasons, such as alerting their owners or during playtime.

health issues

Cocker Spaniels may have some health issues, requiring regular veterinary checkups and preventative care.