Cocker Spaniel

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FOOD Choices

FOOD Choices

Cocker Spaniels require a diet rich in high-quality proteins to support their active lifestyle and maintain muscle health.

It’s important to balance their intake of healthy fats, vitamins carbohydrates ,and minerals to ensure optimal energy levels
and overall well-being.

Cocker Spaniel

Activity Requirements

Cocker Spaniels are moderately active and enjoy a good balance of play and exercise, thriving on daily walks, fetching games, and interactive play sessions. They adapt well to various living situations but need regular physical activity to stay healthy and happy.

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Long hair coat

Cocker Spaniels require regular grooming due to their long, luxurious coats, which need brushing several times a week to prevent mats and tangles.

Ear care

Special attention should be given to their ears, as their floppy nature can trap moisture and lead to infections, necessitating frequent cleaning and inspection.

Eye care

Cocker Spaniel's eyes should be checked regularly for signs of irritation or infection, and kept clean.

Paw

Paw care is also important, including trimming the fur between their pads and keeping nails properly clipped to avoid discomfort and mobility issues.

Health Care

Eye care

They are also susceptible to eye conditions such as cataracts and glaucoma, which can impair vision over time

Ear infections

Cocker Spaniels are particularly prone to ear infections, due to their long, floppy ears that can trap moisture and debris