Royal Canin Cocker Spaniel Adult dry dog food is tailor-made nutrition created just for your purebred Cocker Spaniel. Whether you have an English Cocker Spaniel or an American Cocker Spaniel, this exclusive breed-specific diet is uniquely formulated for your Cocker Spaniel, with the specific nutrients to help them thrive. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is an active, graceful, well-balanced toy spaniel, very gay and free in action; fearless and sporting in character, yet at the same time gentle and affectionate.
The owner may have bought the dog for a child who may be too young to be responsible for the dog. Other reasons for abandoning a cocker include moving, inability to handle behavioral problems and the challenge of arranging care when the owner travels. A Cocker Spaniel can live 12 to 15 years or more. Abandoned Angels Cocker Spaniel Rescue Inc. (10) Camp Cocker Rescue (6) Cocker Rescue of Florida (3) Cocker Spaniel Adoption Center (3) Paws Crossed Dog Rescue (2) Almost Home Dog Rescue (1) Animal Compassion Team of California (1) Animal Welfare League of Illinois - Chicago Ridge (1) Bluetails (1) Charming Pet Rescue (1) Coastal Animal.
Search for adoptable pets at shelters and rescues, and adopt your new Adult Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. The American Cocker Spaniel is more popular than the original English Cocker Spaniel, which are slightly different in appearance, with longer muzzles and larger bodies. The Cocker Spaniel is a hunting-gun dog able to work in difficult terrain in both wet and dry land.
Royal Canin Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Adult dry dog food is tailor-made nutrition created just for your purebred Cavalier. Whether you have a Tricolor, Black & Tan, Ruby, or Blenheim Spaniel, this exclusive breed-specific diet is uniquely formulated for your Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, with the specific nutrients to help them thrive. The English spaniel is a superior and very pure breed. The King Charles is a small variety of the spaniel used as a lapdog. The water spaniels, large and small, differ from the common spaniel only in the roughness of their coats, and in uniting the aquatic propensities of the Newfoundland dog with the fine hunting qualities of their own race.