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sheephead24

cocker spaniel

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I have been searching for a hunting dog for a while now, I have asked for advice on this forum, and now i have a new question. A few days ago I picked up a young male cocker spaniel that I almost ran over. So I have his ad in the paper, no one called on him, he is a great dog and I would love to keep him, only problem is I already have 2 dogs and swore I would only get a third if it was a hunting dog because my dads lab is getting old and we need a new hunting partner. Does anyone have any advice on cocker spaniels? He looks to be about 2-4 years old and around 35 pounds. Thanks for any info.

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Take him for a walk on check cord and see what he does. I had a really nice hunting cocker about 10 years ago.

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ya they can be great hunters.

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