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Breeder Information

 


Cockers in the Field

 

The Cocker Spaniel was originally bred as a hunting dog.  Their job is to help the hunter find, flush, and retrieve upland game birds.  Despite the fact that their appearance has altered significantly since the early days, our wonderful breed can still hold it's own as a hunting companion.

Thanks to the efforts of a very active and dedicated Field Committee, the abilities of the Cocker Spaniel as a hunting dog are acknowledged and respected.  The ASC is proud of the video that two members of the field committee, Ruth Ginzburg and Trish Jackson, developed, "Form Follows Function."  This video sets forth the precept that a properly structured dog can perform its function in the field it was bred for.

For an explanation and the rules for the American Spaniel Club Working Dog certificate, click here.

Click here for more information about the field committee.

Click here for more information on the Cocker Spaniel in the field.

 



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