Cocker Spaniels: Clear Unbiased Facts Dog Breed

There are a lot of articles online that share the best of everything. Some say that those websites will share everything they can find positive, no matter how small and insignificant, just to write something good about the subject at hand. Animal articles suffer dearly because of this. Most websites just want to appeal to the owners, so they don’t mention any negatives. In this article from the best pet sitting service around Philadelphia, we will be listing the positives and the negatives of the Cocker Spaniels. All unbiased, no personal attachments whatsoever.

Cocker Spaniels are known for being very playful and energetic. Although they are very good at announcing that there’s a stranger nearby, they’re very bad at actually defending your home. Your Cocker Spaniel care more about being petted than offering protection. On the other hand, though, Cocker Spaniels are also known for being quite difficult. They have random panic attacks and they sometimes are overly aggressive for no reason whatsoever. This is usually a sign of loneliness. If your Cocker Spaniel acts this way, then make sure you pay more attention to it and that you walk them outside to socialize with other dogs regularly.

Grooming is a must for this dog! Because of its huge ears, the dog’s fur gets all tangled up and if you’re not careful the hair can even lump together, thus hurting the poor dog. Make sure you do it on a weekly basis. The more time you devote to grooming your Cocker Spaniels the happier and healthier they’ll be.

If you need help with the grooming them make sure you call us, Sitters4Critters. We’re trained professionals, we deal with Cocker Spaniels on a daily basis. The process is pretty hard, but it’s no problem for us.

Last but not least, your Cocker Spaniel can get sick very easily, so make sure you keep them away from places that are too cold or too warm. Even a slight change can affect your Cocker Spaniel’s health negatively.