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Cocker Spaniel Stud Dogs

Below is a selection of Cocker Spaniel stud dogs on our stud dog directory. Please use the search facility on the right to search for stud dogs or Register to advertise your stud dog(s) for free.

Sweep Cocker Spaniel Stud Dog

Working Cocker Spaniel Blue Roan – Good strong old fashioned type, works all day with flair & drive, never sick or sorry. Sire Goldengroves... (more)

Location: Leicestershire

Stud Fee: £250

lucky Cocker Spaniel Stud Dog

lucky is a kc reg working cocker spaniel proven stud dog to over 10 litters.he is a fun loving pet with a great personality.we offer a free second mating. [contact-form-7... (more)

Location: West Yorkshire

Stud Fee: £200

Max Cocker Spaniel Stud Dog

Proven Stud Dog with more than 25 FTCH and FTAW in his Pedigree. Pedigree can be seen. Fully Vacinated and Wormed. Very Loyal, Friendly, good looking and... (more)

Location: East Yorkshire

Stud Fee: £300

Dylan Cocker Spaniel Stud Dog

Dylan is our handsome blue roan & tan boy, he is PRA and FN clear by parentage, holds a clear eye test certificate including Glaucoma. He is a proven... (more)

Location: Avon

Stud Fee: £350

Zeus Cocker Spaniel Stud Dog

Handsome golden cocker spaniel two years old.Very good temperment and great with children.He has no health issues and is in great condition .Family pet... (more)

Location: Essex

Stud Fee: £150 ono

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Finding a Cocker Spaniel stud dog in the UK

If you need help choosing a stud dog for your Cocker Spaniel, you could take advice from an experienced breeder. The Cocker Spaniel is a great dog breed, so be sure to use the best stud dogs to improve the breed with your puppies. To have a good choice of stud dogs in the UK, use our online stud dog directory to help widen your search

Breeding the Cocker Spaniel

Finding a stud dog whose qualities enhance those of your Cocker Spaniel's is important if you wish to show your pups. Breeding your Cocker Spaniel is very rewarding, but be aware that it costs time, money and a lot of effort. If you decided to breed your Cocker Spaniel for commercial gain, you may need a licence from your local authority

Breeding Cocker Spaniel puppies

Things to keep handy are towels, dental floss to tie off the umbilical cord and iodine to clean the end. Groom your Cocker Spaniel pups at an early to get them used to it, as it will become more difficult as they get older. Don't be afraid to ask any potential owners if they have the spare time to look after a Cocker Spaniel puppy
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