English Cockers are a medium-size pooch breed with long ears and a cheerful aura. The name Cocker originates from their utilization to chase woodcock in England, albeit English Cockers have been utilized to chase numerous different sorts of feathered creatures also. They make awesome buddy pooches for individuals who can give them the activity they require.
What’s the contrast between an English Cocker and a Cocker Spaniel, you say? Not very far in the past, American and English Cockers were thought to be the same breed. The choice to order them as isolated breeds was made in the 1930s when it got to be apparent that Cocker Spaniels in the U.S. were not the same as ones in England.
One distinction is size. The English Cocker Spaniel is bigger than the American Cocker Spaniel. They likewise have diverse body sorts. Also, not at all like the American Cocker, the English Cocker is prone to be found in the field nearby his cousins the Field Spaniel and the English and Welsh Springer Spaniels.
The connecting with English Cocker is upbeat and loving. He’s a strong canine with a long, square gag, expressive eyes, long ears that achieve the tip of his nose when pulled forward, and a docked tail. The English Cocker has a medium-length coat, in spite of the fact that the English Cockers you find in the field have a shorter coat than those in the show ring. They are 14 to 17 inches tall at the shoulder and weigh somewhere around 26 and 34 pounds.