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Cocker

Edward. 1631--75, English arithmetician
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Since the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge got their pet dog in Christmas 2011, the number of cocker spaniel thefts has rocketed, with demand for the breed outweighing supply.
It's the story of a cocker spaniel most recently named Cassie.
Here, Angie, the most exuberant of the cocker spaniels, was howling, as though alerted to our coming by some mysterious canine instinct.
Ten cocker spaniel pups have been bought from a breeder in Yorkshire, and 17 German shepherd puppies are the fruits of a new in-house breeding programme.
Like most cocker spaniels my dogs have an outgoing and cheerful nature," says Jean.
Nyberg and her husband live on 160 acres in rural Ontario, where they farm "Nyberg's Honey" and breed cocker spaniels.
Coco will live with John who has three other dogs who are all cocker spaniels.
Officers appealed in October 2012 for members of the public to donate English springer or cocker spaniels to the unit to be trained to sniff out illicit drugs.
THREE pedigree cocker spaniels worth [euro]3,000 have been stolen in the latest in a series of dog thefts.
Interest in cocker spaniels has significantly increased since Kate welcomed puppy Lupo into the home she shares with the Duke, the Kennel Club said.
The Sherman Oaks nonprofit "Camp Cocker" needs volunteers for various jobs including exercising and socializing with rescued cocker spaniels boarded at a kennel in San Fernando or becoming a foster "parent.
Melbourne, May 26 (ANI): Thanks to their floppy ears, they seem like one of the most innocent-looking breed of dogs, but a new study has found that English cocker spaniels are actually world's most aggressive canines.