Puppies of Praline & Cupper

Cocker Praline

Cocker Cupper

Scope details

Birth date : May 16, 2022

Note : A few puppies of this litter are available. Born May 16.

Mom’s name : Praline

Dad’s name : Cupper


A few puppies of this litter are available.
Born May 16 from mother Praline and father Cupper. The puppies will be able to leave around 12 weeks.

Male Puppies

Female Puppies

Frequently asked questions about the Cocker

The Cocker is a classic. It was our childhood dog, as it still is for our children. Very good family dogs. Usually without malice is a little sensitive. The Cocker is emotional, for this reason, it is not uncommon to hear of this puppy that when it is excited, it “pees” on the ground, it will maturre patience .. When you are sad he will seek to comfort you, it senses that something is wrong … It is one of the dogs who “Connects” to his emotions and those of his environnement.

A gentle firmness is the proper way to educate this dog. Most of the time, it is suffisant to raise your voice to let it know it did something wrong or is about to. A loving caress will be his best reward. This puppy needs love and returns it very easily. The Cocker is often making sounds like crying when they are small. Be careful not to let this make you feel guilty when looking at its eyes and these pitiful sounds when you correct it.

As for the needed care,when it is brushed regularly every week, having it trimed 3-4 times a year will be suffisant. In winter, legs fringes may cause some inconvenience because of the snow sticking to them. It will therefore be preferable to shortenned them during this period ,especially if your dog spends a lot of time outside. Pay attention to regular care for the ears, which are a weak point for the Cocker. Today’s Cocker has no longer much of a hunting instinct, but is more a companion dog who likes to walk in nature.

Height: 37 to 39 cm (14 ½-15 ½ “) (male); de 34 à 37 cm (13 ½-14 ½ po) (female)

Weight: around 12 kg (27 pd) (male); 11 kg (25 lb) (female)


Magnificent spaniel ,ears very long pending around its head and long-haired, rich and silky forming fringes. Head finely chiseled, prononced forhead. Broad muzzle and square jaws. The upper lip completely covers the lower jaw. The teeth cross in a scissor shape. Black nose always among black subjects, or it may be brown. Round eyes that look straight ahead. The eyes slightly almond shaped. Trunk short and compact. The ridge line bends gently forward and backward. Back legs straight and strongly structured. The standard specifies the distribution of marks. It is customary to shorten the tail’s hair with two fifths of its length.


  • Children : Excellent with children.
  • Friendliness : Loves everyone.
  • Trainability : easy
  • Independence : dependent
  • Dominance : low
  • Other Pets : good relations in general
  • Combativeness : friendly with other dogs
  • Noise : may loves barking

Physical and toileting needs

  • Grooming : Regular grooming is best
  • Trimming & Stripping : requires an expert hand
  • Coat : robe fringes
  • Shedding : average
  • Exercise needs : moderate exercise
  • Indoors : rather inactive
  • Apartments : will adapt if we give him enough exercise
  • Outdoor Space : Does all right without a yard.
  • Climate : Does well in most climates.
  • Owner : Good for novice owners.
  • Longevity : medium (10 to 12 years).