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Cockalier Breed Information


Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
AKA: Cockerlier
Mispellings: Cocalier, Cockaleir, Cockeralier, Cockilier

Living with a Cockalier

Temperament: Cockaliers are calm and sweet tempered inheriting these traits from both their parents. They are very loyal dogs and should not show any signs of aggression.

Family Dog: Because of their calm temperment, Cockaliers make great family pets.

Grooming: Cockaliers needs goomed often as their coat mats easily.

Training: With proper training Cockaliers learn commands very well.

Exercise: Cockaliers need a fair amount of exercise and should have ample room to run.

Cockalier Appearance

Size: Cockaliers weigh between 10 to 40 pounds when fully grown. Their overall size depends largely on their particular parents.

Cockalier Health

Health: Cockaliers may be prone to ear infections much like Cocker Spaniels are. They should have their ears cleaned on a regular basis.

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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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