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How do I get my Cocker Spaniel to stop barking?

How do I get my Cocker Spaniel to stop barking?

Give the ‘speak’ command, followed by the ‘quiet’ command. Do not raise your voice for the ‘quiet’ command. When your dog stops barking, wait a few seconds then give him the treat. If your Cocker Spaniel continues barking, wait for him to stop barking, repeat the ‘quiet’ command and then reward.

Why do cocker spaniels get angry?

The term cocker rage was given to describe the aggression seen in some of the cocker spaniel breed’s dogs. Usually this type of aggression comes from fear or anxiety in its environment and is directed at either people or other animals.

Why is my Cocker Spaniel so vocal?

Again, every dog is different but Cockers are often quite a vocal breed. When excited they do like to “talk”. This just means you have to work on rewarding the quiet times or asking for an alternative when the vocalisation starts to avoid it becoming an out of control habit.

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Are cocker Spaniels crazy?

Yes, Cocker Spaniels are hyper dogs. Generally speaking, dogs that come from a hunting background are usually considered as hyper “full of energy”, and the Cocker Spaniel proves this. Especially puppies and young adults they are at the height of hyper.

Are cocker Spaniels nervous dogs?

The sensitive Cocker Spaniel can be a bit nervous, even when he’s from a good breeder and has been properly socialized. Don’t be surprised if your Cocker exhibits submissive urination (peeing when excited). Cockers can be barkers, so response to a “Quiet” command should always be part of this dog’s repertoire.

Are Cocker Spaniels jumpy?

Cocker Spaniels are sweet and affectionate dogs. They love to have fun with their families, and sometimes this means jumping up to show their excitement. When your Cocker Spaniel is happy, he will show that energy however you allow him to show it.

Do Cocker Spaniels attach to one person?

Do Cocker spaniels attach to one person? In my experience most dogs attach to different members of the home at different times, and Cocker do this too. Rather than having a favourite person they tend to have a favourite person for different things.

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