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  • Uncategorised

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  • The Club

    Information about the American Spaniels Club Inc. (established in 1881)
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  • Flushing Spaniel Show

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  • Cocker Spaniel National

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  • Online Catalog

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  • Cocker Info

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    • General

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    • Breeders

      Acceptance into the American Spaniel Club Breeder Referral Program is a privilege open only to ASC members in good standing with a signed Code of Ethic card on file. Membership must be renewed by May 1st of each year.

      ASC PDFBreeders registration form.

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      Breeder Referral List

      The listed breeders are members in good standing of the American Spaniel Club but in no circumstance does the Club guarantee the services of said members. These names are furnished to you for your information only. You must inquire and satisfy yourself as to the background, quality, health and condition of any dogs being offered for sale.

      It is advisable that you visit the breeder before purchasing a puppy; this allows you to see how the puppy interacts with littermates and his mother, to see the conditions under which the puppy has been raised and to see health certifications on the parents of the puppy. You should be prepared for the breeder to provide a contract that will state your responsibilities as well as those of the breeder. Typically, a contract will discuss any guarantees provided and spay-neuter requirements, if any. You should also discuss with the breeder how to care for and feed your puppy when you take him home.

      For additional information, please contact:

      Linda Donaldson,
      ASC Breeder Referral Chairperson
      103 Mariners Cove
      Hodges, SC  29653-8500
      This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
      (864) 456-5880
       

       

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  • Events

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    • 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.
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    • Companion Dog

      Agility, Obedience and Tracking

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  • Health

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  • History

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    • General

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    • Hall Of Fame

      The American Spaniel Club first inducted members into its Hall of Fame in 1995 when current members nominated candidates to the Hall of Fame in four different categories. In 1999, those categories were simplified to just two: Service to the Organization and Contribution to the Breed.

      It is the purpose of the Hall of Fame to capture for succeeding generations the memory of the extraordinary and not the ordinary. 

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    • Articles and Artifacts

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  • Newsflash

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  • Forms

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  • Awards

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    • General

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    • Hall of Distinction

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    • Hall Of Distinction Producers

      HOD ProducersAwards List
      HT = Health Tested

      • Register of Merit (ROM and ROM-HT)
      • Legacy of Merit (LOM and LOM-HT)
      • Register of Merit Excellence (ROMX and ROMX-HT)
      • Legacy of Merit Excellence (LOMX and LOMX-HT)
      • Versatile Producer (VP and VP-HT)
      • Legacy Versatile Producer (LVP and LVP-HT)

      Questions and photos can be sent to Jeanne Grim at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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    • Hall Of Distinction Performance

      Performance RosterAwards List

      • Agility Hall of Distinction (AHOD)
      • Field Dog Hall of Distinction (FHOD)
      • Obedience Hall of Distinction (OHOD)
      • Special Performance/Achievement Hall of Distinction (SPHOD)
      • Tracking Hall of Distinction (THOD)

      Questions and photos can be sent to Jeanne Grim at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Education

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