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Viewing all posts found for user CockerMom5
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Posted on: 10:46:26 AM 7/14/2012

First keep underside of ear clipped shsort so air can get to ears. Then use the Blue Power Ear Treatment found on my website: www.keidoncockers.com. I use this everytime I bathe my dogs and haven'thad an infection in years. My vet sasy my dogs ers ...

Posted on: 10:39:17 AM 7/14/2012

What kind of food are you giving him? There are certain brands that Cockers do not do well with and develop allergies to them. Also use a medicated shampoo for baths to help. Contact me at keidoncockers@aol.com and I will see if I can help. Good l...

Posted on: 8:47:46 PM 3/21/2010

I agree with the previous posts but would also suggest using the Blue Power Ear Treatment. Many breeders use this. It is a solution you make up yourself from ingredients found at your local Wal-mart or pharmacy. Very inexpensive and it works wonde...

Posted on: 8:38:21 PM 3/21/2010

I have a girl that gets that way whenever it is rainy. She doesn't like to get her feet wet. I agree with the previous post. Close your doggy door and take her out and make her go off the deck. In the beginning I would take a treat to reward her ...

Posted on: 6:41:34 PM 1/13/2010

Most responsible breeders will not breed a Cocker (or most any dog) until they are at least two years old because many genetically linked problems such as hip, eye and neurological problems can be tested for by then. You don't want to breed your dog...

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