Cocker Spaniel Yorkie Mix Puppy For Sale
The name “cocker” comes from the English word “coke,” which means “dog.” They are known as the dog of kings because they have been used for hunting large game such as deer, boar, hare and other animals.
They were bred to hunt wild boars and hares. Their coat is thick with fine hair on their bodies and legs. Their eyes are green and their ears are small. They have a short tail and long legs.
Cockers are very loyal companions. They do not like strangers or those who don’t look like owners.
If they see someone else getting food, they will chase them away so that the owner gets it first! A good way to train your dog is to give him something tasty to eat every time he does something right. You can teach your dog to sit when you call him. When he sits, you reward him with a treat.
They love children and will play fetch with them if they are around. They make excellent family pets and great guard dogs for homes where there are children.
There are many different types of cockspaniel breeds available today, but the most popular ones include: the Yorkshire terrier, the Great Dane, the dachshund and the miniature schnauzer.
Cockers are available in many colors. The color of their eyes can include green, brown, blue and yellow.
Their coat can be black, gray, white, golden or a mix of all these colors. They stand 8-12 inches tall and weigh around 11 – 32 pounds. They have a life span of around 12-15 years.
The price of a Cocker Spaniel Yorkie mix varies depending on where you buy the dog and which one you buy. If you buy from a breeder you will have to pay a lot because they have pay for the costs of breeding, raising and feeding the dog as well as deworming, vaccinating and grooming.
If you want a pure-breed dog then expect to pay a lot more, but if you are looking for a Cocker Spaniel Yorkie mix puppy then you can get one for around $400 – $600.
Corkie is a Cocker Spaniel Yorkie mix, which means she has the best traits of both breeds. She is loving and playful, but also an excellent hunter, making her a great companion for outdoor activities like camping and fishing.
She loves to play with other dogs but can be shy around people if she does not know them. Her ears are large and feathery just like a Cocker Spaniel’s and she has a long curly tail like a Yorkie.
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