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Cocker

Edward. 1631--75, English arithmetician
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The DSPCA is appealing to anyone with information on the location of illegal breeders, particularly about these cocker spaniel puppies and where they may have come from, to email inspectors@dspca.ie or calling 01 499 4700.
Cocker was joined by Pulp's keyboard player Candida Doyle for the show, while Bez, real name Mark Berry, was accompanied by Happy Mondays singer Rowetta.
The Pulp frontman will step down from Jarvis Cocker's Sunday Service at the end of December.
They could, however, be carriers of diseases carried by both the Springer Spaniel and the Cocker Spaniel.
The show, a collection of imaginary gold records personally designed and created by Cocker, is part of Duovision's Spirt of 76 series of exhibitions which explore the effect of the Punk movement as part of its 40th anniversary.
Two-and-a-half years ago, after a four-year wait, Beth was introduced to Biscuit, a black cocker spaniel who had been trained by Hearing Dogs by Deaf People.
Cocker spaniels came second, accounting for 8% of dogs registered over the same period of time.
He was lean as a gnawed bone and looked fit, as did his dog: she was a female English cocker, a roan with subdued liver on a white background and tan on her muzzle and eyebrows.
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.
The derby, dubbed as the battle of titans, is the highlight of the NCA calendar and features the pacesetters in the 2015 Cocker of the Year race.
British singer Joe Cocker passed away at 70 in his Crawford residence on Monday, Dec.