Solid colours: Black; red; golden; liver (chocolate); black and tan; liver and tan. No white allowed except a small amount on chest. Any colour or marking other than the above is undesirable.
Can a cocker spaniel be white?
An open marked dog will have clear white between patches. When ticking occurs between patches, they are not truly open marked but registered color, white, and ticked. Lack of ticking (tt) is recessive to roan and ticking.
Are American cocker spaniels aggressive?
Although they are popular family pets, cocker spaniels are consistently ranked among the most aggressive dogs. However, each dog is an individual, and aggression is a highly preventable behavior problem. While it’s easier to prevent aggression than treat it, even the most aggressive dogs can usually learn gentle ways.
What is a parti colored Cocker Spaniel?
Parti-color Cocker Spaniel puppies. This coloration consists of “two or more solid, well broken colors, one of which must be white; black and white, red and white (the red may range from lightest cream to darkest red), brown and white, and roans, to include any such color combination with tan points.” (
What does Roan mean in cocker spaniels?
Roan is a coat color found in many animals, including horses, cattle, antelope, cat and dogs. It is defined generally as an even mixture of white and pigmented hairs that do not “gray out” or fade as the animal ages.
Why does my cocker spaniel bite me?
Also known as mouthing, Spaniels start using their mouths to bite things when they’re teething. Their gums can be painful and chomping down on something can help to ease their pain… even if it’s your arm that’s the victim. Their teeth begin to drop out at around 12 weeks.
Are Girl Cocker spaniels easier than boys?
Female Cocker Spaniels are easier to train than male ones because they mature faster and are more intelligent. They aren’t easily distracted, nor do they feel the need to investigate every little thing around them unless it really catches their eye.