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Onicyphorous 8 month s ago
I had a Cocker Spaniel. I named him Joe. Joe Cocker Spaniel. :)
       
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Ursula 8 month s ago
Actually, the Livestock Guardian breeds should be mentioned. These dogs are incredibly smart and almost completely un-trainable. They should never be pets! The wonderful dogs are meant to ferociously protect livestock. If used for in a home they will protect the children, even against the parents. And, unfortunately, the parents will blame the dog. The ultra loyal dog.
       
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Jody 8 month s ago
Everybody’s dog is the smartest(and prettiest)
       
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Edwin 8 month s ago
Jody, Huh. I've got a bastard of a Shih Tzu that bites kids and a Cocker Poo which is an idiot.
       
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Vessie 8 month s ago
I'm sorry that Siberian Huskies didn't make the list. Mine thinks better than some people I know, and seems to be quite capable of reasoning out problems. She's also a practical joker, and she fits her humor to the person she's pranking.
       
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English Cocker Spaniel

Spaniel-type dogs have been known for at least 500 years, although the first studbooks for the English Cocker Spaniel breed were registered much later in 1874. Bred to be a gun dog, the Cocker Spaniel soon gained popularity outside hunting for its intelligence, kindness, and athleticism. Also, Spaniels seem to be always wagging their tails out of happiness, thus earning them the nickname 'merry cocker.' Cocker Spaniels get along well with people, kids, and other pets but need a soft hand and loads of praise when trained. While they are excellent working dogs, the 'house'-bred Cockers also make for incredibly great family pets.

 

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