Cockalier Puppies

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Cockalier: The Affectionate Cross Between the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Cocker Spaniel

A cross between the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the Cocker Spaniel, the Cockalier is a mixed breed dog. These pups inherited some of their parents' best qualities, including being friendly, gentle, and intelligent. This breed is very energetic and always willing to play, and they are also very loving and devoted.

Cockalier At a Glance

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Cockalier At a Glance

  • Size: 10"-15", 10-25 lbs.
  • Lifespan: 13-16 years
  • Energy Level: medium
  • Coat: Long, wavy, and soft
  • Shedding: moderate
  • Hypoallergenic: No
  • Dog Group: Toy
  • Common Nicknames: Cockerlier, Cockalier Spaniel

Cockalier Breed Guide

Learn More About Cockaliers

  • Temperament

    When it comes to mixed dog breeds, the Cockalier is one of the most affectionate and loving. These dogs are loyal and devoted, and will create lifetime ties with anyone who treats them with respect and kindness. First-time dog owners will appreciate their intelligence and willingness to learn.

  • Health

    Cockaliers are generally healthier, beeing a mixed breed, but they could still be prone to a few conditions, such as hip dysplasia, syringomyelia or progressive retinal atrophy.

  • Activity Level

    Because Cockaliers are high-energy dogs with a playful attitude, you'll need to give a range of toys and activities to keep him physically and mentally active. You can also take your Cockalier swimming if you have a pool, but these canines also enjoy other outdoor activities such as jogs and vigorous walks.

  • Grooming

    You should brush your Cockalier twice a week, making sure to work through any tangles that could turn into mats. Brushing regularly also lessens shedding.

  • Shedding

    The Cockalier's long, wavy coat does shed a moderate amount.

  • Appearance

    A Cockalier's appearance varies depending on which parent it favors. Your Cockalier will most likely have short legs and a stocky body, similar to that of a Cocker Spaniel. The coat of a Cockalier can be a variety of colors, including black, brown, red, and white. The coat is medium in length and has a curled texture to it.

  • History

    As a relatively new designer mutt, the Cockalier doesn't have much history. Be among the first to make history with this new breed!