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The Cockalier

The Cockalier is a designer breed best known for its great looks and puppy charms. Its beady eyes are everyone’s weakness and its soft fur just makes you want to pet him forever. This breed is a hybrid and its parent breeds are evident once you look at the Cockalier. This breed has a lot of energy and they are very playful. Cockaliers are very suitable for diverse home settings from singles to family homes and they get along with other pets too. Petland is honored to offer first-class Cockalier puppies and our caring team of puppy specialists will help answer any questions you may have.

The Cockalier is a mixed breed of dog which was developed after crossing the famous Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and beloved Cocker Spaniel. This breed is a designer dog breed which inherited the best traits of his amazing parent dogs. There is not a lot of detailed information available as to this breed’s exact origin, however, it has a long history of making a great family pet.

This breed is an energetic and active dog who loves playtime. They also enjoy the attention of their family and tend to be a pleasure to be around. They have social and upbeat personalities and very warm demeanors which make them fantastic family pets who do well with children and other pets in the home. They are also a very smart dog breed which makes training easy.

Cockaliers are relatively easy dogs to maintain. They are not heavy shedders or require excessive amounts of grooming. Daily brushing is recommended which will help keep their coats smooth and soft. Bathing this dog every four to five weeks will keep her coat shiny, healthy and looking its best. Routine nail clipping should also be incorporated into this breed’s care routine which will also help this pup feel and look her best.

Cockaliers are semi active dogs and do need ample amounts of energy to feel their best. The correct ratio of meat-based protein and micronutrients, as well as healthy carbs and fats, will keep this breed healthy. Many Cockalier owners recommend feeding this dog two meals a day, spaced about twelve hours apart. It is also very important to remember to provide your dog with proper dental care. It is suggested that his teeth get cleaned a minimum of three times a week. Failing to keep his teeth clean can contribute to health issues.

The Cockalier stands between twelve and fifteen inches tall.
This breed weighs between twenty-nine to thirty pounds.
The average life expectancy for this breed is between twelve to fifteen years.

Fact: The Cockalier is a designer dog breed.
Fact: This breed is very kid friendly and mom approved. They are generally gentle and do well around children.
Fact: Cockaliers enjoy outdoor activity time with family and other pets.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Cockalier is a fertile dog breed and the females have the capacity to bear 3-6 adorable puppies per gestation period.

Cockaliers come in a variety of colors owing to their Cocker Spaniel and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel heritage. These colors could be dark brown, merle, golden, red, white, spotted or in combinations of black and white, brown and white, or black and brown.

This dog breed can live for about 12-15 years (human years of course).

This breed sheds fairly when the season is warm or hot.

Cockaliers grow and mature at about 12-15 inches in height.

Cockaliers mature at about 24-28 pounds.

With the intelligence level which the cockalier possesses alongside their eager to please tendencies, training them is a quick and easy task.

Cockaliers belong to the designer dog group.

This breed is usually predisposed to ear infections hence water should be avoided around the ear region.

Their meal portion should be as guided by the vet but it should be split into two meals a day.

Cockaliers are very friendly dogs and they get along with pretty much everyone. They’re great companions and function best as house pets rather than watchdogs. 

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