English Cocker Spaniel Puppies

Name: TICO 
Availability: Available
Breed: English Cocker Spaniel
Gender: Female
Age: 10 Weeks
Potty training: Completed

Name: WILFRED 
Availability: Available
Breed: English Cocker Spaniel
Gender: Male
Age: 9 Weeks
Potty training: Completed

Name: OVIE 
Availability: Available
Breed: English Cocker Spaniel
Gender: Male
Age: 9 Weeks
Potty training: Completed

Name: PIP
Availability: Available
Breed: English Cocker Spaniel
Gender: Female
Age: 9 Weeks
Potty training: Completed

Name: EDDY 
Availability: Available
Breed: English Cocker Spaniel
Gender: Male
Age: 10 Weeks
Potty training: Excellent

Name: BRYN 
Availability: Available
Breed: English Cocker Spaniel
Gender: Female
Age: 9 Weeks
Potty training: Very Good

Name: BAZIEL
Availability: Available
Breed: English Cocker Spaniel
Gender: Male
Age: 8 Weeks
Potty training: In Process

Name: BENTLEY 
Availability: Available
Breed: English Cocker Spaniel
Gender: Male
Age: 9 Weeks
Potty training: Very Good

Name: MILEY
Availability: Available
Breed: English Cocker Spaniel
Gender: Female
Age: 9 Weeks
Potty training: Very Good

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Breed Informatio

The English Cocker Spaniel is a medium-size dog breed with long ears and a happy disposition. The “Cocker” in their name comes from their days of hunting woodcock in England, although English Cockers have been used to hunt many other types of birds as well.

They make great companion dogs for people who can give them the exercise they need. Even apartment dwellers will love this affectionate and adaptable pup. Read on to find out if this is the breed for you!

Spaniels of varying sizes have been around for centuries. There are references to spaniels as far back as the works of Chaucer and Shakespeare. Spaniels come in two types: land spaniels and water spaniels. English Cockers are members of the land spaniel family. They take their name from the job they performed, which was to hunt woodcock, a type of gamebird.

Until the past century, it wasn’t unusual for a single litter of spaniels to have puppies of different sizes. Breeders would decide what use the puppies in their litters seemed most suited for, depending upon their size, muscle, intelligence, and stamina. Toward the end of the 19th century, however, British breeders began dividing the spaniels into specific breeds: English Springer, Welsh Springer, Cocker, Field, Sussex, Clumber, and Irish Water Spaniel.

All spaniels that weighed less than 25 pounds were classified as Cocker Spaniels. There was some dispute, however, over some of the weight designations, so eventually it was decided that type should be more important than weight in determining the breed of the dog. In 1885, England’s Spaniel Club was formed. One of the club’s first tasks was to create breed standards for each of the different spaniel types.

On the other side of the pond, the development of Cockers took a different direction. American breeders selected for smaller dogs with a more rounded skull, shorter muzzle, and heavier coat. By 1935, it was clear that American and English Cocker Spaniels were two very different types.

The English Cocker Spaniel Club of America was formed in 1936, and the American Kennel Club recognized the two varieties as separate breeds in 1946, with one being called the English Cocker Spaniel, the other the Cocker Spaniel.

Although the American Cocker Spaniel became very popular in the U.S., the English Cocker is one of the most popular breeds in the United Kingdom. In the U.S., its relative lack of popularity has helped the breed to remain healthy and true to its roots as a hunting dog and pleasurable companion. The English Cocker Spaniel is currently ranked 74th among the 155 breeds and varieties registered by the AKC.

Health Guarantee

In a perfect world, NO customer will ever need to use this puppy health guarantee. We want you to know that our staff is here to help you and your puppy get the help you both deserve.
As soon as your fur-ever friend comes home, he or she is a part of the family. So if a pet health issue arises, you treat it with just as much care and concern as you would for any other member of the family.

At Companion Cocker Spaniels, we’re dedicated to matching you with happy and healthy dogs — which is why our puppy health guarantee is so important to us. This covers what to do if you notice something amiss and what your rights are when you partner with Companion Cocker Spaniels.

Ultimately, our dog health guarantee is in place to take care of our dogs and to let you feel completely comfortable when searching for your paw-fect match. Learn all about our puppy health guarantee right here.

The Breeder Health Guarantee for Every Puppy
What We Guarantee You

Every Cocker Spaniel Puppies Breeder is required to sign and deliver on the following breeder health guarantee:
The breeder shall provide you with a puppy health record explaining what shots the puppy has had at the time of sale.
To preserve your rights of the dog health guarantee, you must take your newly purchased dog to a licensed veterinarian for examination within 10 days of purchase. If a veterinarian determines, within 10 days of purchase, that your dog is clinically ill or has died from an injury sustained or illness likely to have been contracted on or before the date of sale and delivery, you have the following options:
 – Return the dog for a complete refund.*
 – Return the dog for a replacement dog of equal value.*
 – Retain the dog and receive reimbursement for the veterinarian fees to make the puppy healthy, not exceeding the purchase price.*

What To Do If You Notice Something
These are the steps to take if your new puppy is experiencing health problems:
If, within 30 days of purchase, a licensed veterinarian determines that your dog has a congenital or hereditary defect which adversely affects the animal’s health or that your dog died from a congenital or hereditary defect, you have the same options as outlined in the above section.
Within two business days of a veterinarian’s certification of your dog’s illness, defect, or death, you must notify the seller of the name, address, and telephone number of the examining veterinarian. Failure to notify the seller within two business days will result in forfeiture of rights of the puppy health guarantee.
Refunds or reimbursements shall be made no later than 14 days after the seller receives the veterinarian certification. Veterinarian certification shall be presented to the seller no later than five days after you receive it.

More About Our Dog Health Guarantee and Documentation
If a breeder offers a 1-year genetic health guarantee, it includes coverage of all genetic defects that may have been handed down from their lineage of the puppies specific breed. The genetic health guarantee does not cover any communicable diseases, internal and/or external parasites, or injuries.

Buyer assumes all responsibility for all vet bills. If a genetic disease is discovered in the puppy, a letter from your vet (on business letterhead), stating the nature of the disease and/or disorder will need to be provided to enact the breeder health guarantee. The letter will have to state that this is a genetic disorder. The veterinarian phone number must be included on the letter as the Breeder reserves the right to discuss the health condition with the veterinarian. If your puppy’s health is determined to have a genetic disorder, Breeder will reimburse the cost for treatment (up to the price of the puppy). Breeder assumes NO direct responsibility for any medical bills for the puppy.

Shipping & Delivery

Your puppy will travel in a climate controlled cabin area for pets, in an airline approved carrier. Ahead of time, you will have a flight #, arrival time, and a reference # that identifies your puppy. We make all the arrangements for you, and you pick your puppy up at the airport, just like picking up a person & you will need a reference/airbill number. Shipping is totally safe & stress-free on the puppy.

You will receive a puppy within 5-6 hours the same day after shipping depending on your location. Puppies on planes are as safe as you or I flying. I have shipped dogs for more than 11 years now. I always try to ship direct non-stop when flying puppies and adults. In my experience and opinion, my puppies are very comfortable and the new owners tell me that their new puppy has arrived happy and not at all stressed.

We ship our puppies using airlines because it is the fastest & safest way to transport our puppies from our place to yours especially if you live far away or in another state. Our puppies are shipped in an airline approved plastic pet kennel that we customize depending on the weight of the puppy, the distance or duration of the journey. They ride in a special climate-controlled & pressurized compartment on the plane which is no different from the cabin. They are not in the same compartment as the passenger luggage.

We check weather conditions at the receiving end and only ship when we consider it safe to do so. We put our puppies’ health above all other considerations and do not ship when we feel it could be dangerous to the puppies’ well-being. We usually ship Monday – Saturday. We guarantee safe & healthy arrival of your puppy. We WILL NOT SHIP if we feel that weather conditions are hazardous for the puppy. Your puppy may take few days to adjust once they get to their new homes, sometimes it takes them a day or two to settle in, but by far, the vast majority of people tell us they just step right out of the shipping crate & act right at home.

 

Nanny Shipping:
We can also deliver your new puppy DIRECTLY into your arms!! We have reliable Airline Nanny’s that will fly with your puppy right to you. This is the safest, most reliable, and the least stressful way for your new puppy to be delivered to you. A puppy Nanny takes the puppy on bored with them and they can give them the attention they need. We want the best possible care for your puppy!

 

Due Dilligence:
All puppies are flown with ice water, bedding and food attached to their crate if needed. Shipping varies, but, we prefer to use Pet Airlines. They are wonderful with animals and have new planes with compartments made especially for kittens, puppies, birds, insects, etc.

 

Health Certificate:
These are required for all pets travelling via air. This is to ensure all pets are not sharing anything more than a ride. All airlines require this certificate. YES, it is mandatory.

Please be waiting for your puppy at home or the airport at the given time. Usually the puppy is available 1 hour after the flight’s arrival time & a valid ID such as driver’s license is needed for pick up. We really appreciate knowing that the puppy has arrived safely & at home with you, so please call or email us as soon as you get the chance. Don’t forget to take your puppy to your veterinarian for the regular arrival-health-check-up within 48 hours of arrival. A follow-up call is placed 24 hours after you have received your new puppy to ensure everything is perfect, to answer any questions you have & to measure your satisfaction.