Cocker Spaniel

Drawings of Cocker Spaniels in side profile in standing and sitting positions

The Cocker Spaniel, nicknamed the Cocker, is a beloved companion and family breed known for its gentle and happy personality. Originally bred as a sport hunting dog in the United Kingdom, like the Welsh Springer Spaniel, the Cocker Spaniel receives its name from hunting Eurasian woodcock. The Cocker Spaniel is notable for its long, plush ears and flowing coat, which can require ample grooming especially since the ears are prone to infection and disease due to their length. Sensitive and intelligent, the Cocker Spaniel is easily trainable and responds best to positive reinforcement and encouragement.

Collection of illustrations of a Cocker Spaniel dog in a range of poses from laying down to sitting and standing

The average Cocker Spaniel has an overall height of 18.0”-22.0” (46-56 cm), withers height of 14.0”-17.0” (36-43 cm), and body length of 24.0”-29.0” (61-74 cm). A typical Cocker Spaniel weighs between 26-35 lb (12-16 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 12-15 years.

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Height: 
18.0”-22.0” | 46-56 cm
Width:
Depth:
Length:
24.0”-29.0” | 61-74 cm
Withers Height:
14.0”-17.0” | 36-43 cm
:
Weight:
26-35 lb | 12-16 kg

Male:
Height (Withers): 15”-17” | 38-43 cm
Height (Standing): 19”-22” | 48-56 cm
Length: 26”-29” | 66-74 cm
Weight: 29-35 lb | 13-16 kg

Female:
Height (Withers): 14”-16” | 36-41 cm
Height (Standing): 18”-21” | 46-53 cm
Length: 24”-27” | 61-69 cm
Weight: 26-33 lb | 12-15 kg

Breed Size:
:
Lifespan:
12-15 years

Properties

Drawings include:
Cocker Spaniel side elevation (standing), side (sitting), front (standing), front (sitting), laying down (side)

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Dogs are domesticated mammals of the Carnivora order. Descendants of wolves, dogs are the first animals to have been domesticated by humans. Dogs are bred for particular physical and emotional characteristics and are often referred to as ‘man’s best friend’ referring to their high degree of loyalty.