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10 Pros and Cons of Owning a Cocker Spaniel  

Cocker Spaniels are adaptive companions, adjusting to various environments and personalities.

With proper care, these dogs often live up to 15 years, sometimes even surpassing 20.

Cocker Spaniels are emotionally intelligent, sensing their owner's emotions and offering comfort. 

These energetic and playful dogs require a significant amount of exercise to maintain their health and happiness. 

Maintaining their beautiful, silky coats requires regular grooming. 

Some Cocker Spaniels may exhibit food aggression, manageable with proper training and consistency. 

Cocker Spaniels can be prone to certain health issues, including eye problems, ear infections, and skin conditions.  

Cocker Spaniels typically get along well with other dogs, but introductions should be positive and controlled.  

Their medium size makes them an ideal playmate for children.