Why Is My Cocker Spaniel Always Hungry?

So in this guide, I talk about why your cocker spaniel is always hungry? There are several reasons from to many treats to incorrect feed schedules or other health issues

Truthfully, cocker spaniels are always hungry, just as much as they are always energetic. And you might think you’re not feeding your dog enough, especially if they keep scavenging at almost everything when you go out for a walk. If your cocker spaniel has you worried because of its persistent appetite, don’t worry; you are not alone.… Continue reading

How to Stop Your Dog Barking at Night

So in this guide, I talk about How to Stop Your Dog Barking at Night but first, you need to know why there barking and work from there.

While a barking dog is an indicator of life and vigour in your home, an excessively barking dog can be quite a nuisance. Especially if your canine likes to bark and whine all night long.

Not only do you lack enough sleep from all the noise, but you also risk being at loggerheads with your neighbours.… Continue reading

How Much Should a Cocker Spaniel Weigh?

How Much Should a Cocker Spaniel Weigh? Well, this depends on whether they're an English or American cocker spaniel, their age, health and more.

When you think about the ideal weight of your cocker spaniel, don’t make the mistake of comparing it to other dogs. Each dog is unique and your dog’s ideal weight could be over or under another dog’s ideal weight. Consider the breed (American or English), size, age, sex, health status and lifestyle of your dog to calculate their ideal weight.… Continue reading

Why Does My Dog Keep Shaking Its Head?

So is your dog shaking its head more than usual? in this guide, I talk about Why your Dog might Keep Shaking Its Head and how to deal with it.

Your dog shaking their head is a common sight because dogs don’t have hands or fingers to scratch the irritation away. Usually, when your dog shakes their head once or twice, it is to deal with an itch, remove any foreign objects that may be lurking in its ears or quite simply, to show excitement.… Continue reading