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Cocker

Edward. 1631--75, English arithmetician
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Q My four-month-old cocker spaniel has a constantly weepy eye which doesn't seem to irritate her.
The break-in at Lepton follows the theft of six cocker spaniels from kennels in New Mill earlier this month, raising fears that an organised gang may be at work.
She is a Sprocker, which is a cross between a Springer Spaniel and a Cocker Spaniel.
The statistics, which were released to coincide with The Kennel Club's Discover Dogs event this week, show that the Labrador is the most popular dog breed in the UK followed by the cocker spaniel and the springer spaniel.
Jackie is a British cocker spaniel, and Ginger and Charlie are American cocker spaniels.
The second most popular breed is the cocker spaniel, closely is the cocker spaniel, closely followed in third place by followed in third place by the springer spaniel.
Fern looks almost identical to Lupo and we've spoken the endless dog charities and police who tell us the same story - that demand for cocker spaniels is outstripping supply because of the popularity of Lupo.
More cocker spaniels took part in last year's Acorn's Dog Walk than any other breed.
A 50-year-old man and a woman, 18, were held as police probe a surge in cocker spaniel thefts believed to have been sparked by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge adopting a black puppy, Lupo, in 2011.
Cocker spaniels are best suited to short but numerous training sessions, at least regarding particular tasks, or lessons.
London, Feb 1 ( ANI ): The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have fallen in love with the new addition to their family - a month-old male cocker spaniel pup.
Morgan's love for cocker spaniels can be traced to her childhood.