Living with a Lha-Cocker
Personality: The Lha-Cocker is a fun loving dog with a wonderful personality.
Family Dog: The Lha-Cocker makes a perfect family pet. They are good natured and typically love children.
Shedding: The Lha-Cocker is a very low shedding dog.
Grooming: The long hair of the Lha-Cocker should either be clipped regularly or brushed every day.
Training: The Lha-Cocker is easily trained using positive reinforcement techniques.
Barking: The Lha-Cocker makes a good watch dog and may bark when people approach the house but it is not excessive.
Exercise: The Lha-Cocker needs a good 30 minute to 60 minute walk every day, preferably with a chance to socialize and play with other dogs.
Size: The Lha-Cocker is of similar size and weight to the Cocker Spaniel.
Companionship: The Lha-Cocker makes a wonderful, loving companion and can become very attached to the family.
Ears: The ears of the Lha-Cocker can look very similar to the Cocker Spaniel's.
Body: The Lha-Cocker has a thick body with short legs.
Color: The coat of the Lha-Cocker can be tan & black or black & white.
Coat: The Lha-Cocker can more closely resemble the Lhasa Apso having a long coat and fluffy tail.
Life Expectancy: The average life expectancy of the Lha-Cocker is 13 or more years.
Ear Health: The Lha-Cocker is prone to Ear Infections.
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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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