cocker spaniel

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Synonyms for cocker spaniel

a small breed with wavy silky hair

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horrific ordeal Cocker spaniels were hidden among furniture
The figures also reveal that cocker spaniels are the most likely breed to win, having done so seven times since Best in Show began.
Cassie Two year-old show type Cocker Spaniel owned by Louise Halliday, Broomridge
Cathy and Aaron Moss lost their three-year-old cocker spaniel Maggie to flesh-eating Alabama rot.
Brimming with pride, she told the Inquirer that last year, her pets-toy poodle Ben Ben and cocker spaniel Cookie, became parents to five puppies, now 8 months old.
QMY SIX-month-old cocker spaniel's eyes have never seemed right.
The statistics, which were released to coincide with The Kennel Club's Discover Dogs event, show that the Labrador is the most popular dog breed in the UK followed by the cocker spaniel and the springer spaniel.
Probably many of you would be familiar with the popular 1955 Disney animated movie "Lady and the Tramp." The dog, Lady, helped many families fall in love with cocker spaniels. For those of you not familiar with the film, the movie was the romantic tale of a pampered buff cocker spaniel and a streetwise mutt.
Throughout history, spaniels split into several different varieties with the English springer and cocker spaniel all finding their place in hunters' hearts.
5LADY 5 LADY AND THE TRAMP (1955) DISNEY favourite about a mongrel who falls for a Cocker Spaniel. It was Disney's 15th animated movie.
LEXI, the eight-month-old cocker spaniel, has been rescued after getting her head stuck in a decorative wall.
Jane and George Hunter, from Airdrie, entered their cocker spaniel Billy in the fat-fighting competition after he tipped the scales at 23.5kg.
Andrea Ogden, a British expatriate, lost her beloved cocker spaniel Borg to pet poisoning last month.
curious little cocker spaniel, not far below butterworth and sundew, in
It's the story of a cocker spaniel most recently named Cassie.