Why we love Cocker Spaniels
Cocker Spaniels are gentle and loving dogs that can make great family pets. They can be very open to meeting both new dogs and humans (if they’re socialised well), which can make them a popular pooch, but not such a great choice if you’re looking for a wallflower.
What does John Lewis Pet Insurance include?
Pet insurance could give you peace of mind if your Cocker Spaniel were to become unwell. John Lewis Pet Insurance offers six different Vet Fee cover levels, ranging from £2,000 - £12,000 per year.
Our Pet Insurance includes:
Annual Online Health Checks
Provided by vetfone™, one of the UK’s most trusted pet advice services, who can help you to spot any potential health issues. This is a service to complement your normal annual physical check up with your vet.
*For dental care up to your chosen Vet Fee limit. If your pet has a dental check every 12 months: once it has had its first check and your vet has done any necessary work, should your pet suffer from tooth decay or gum disease before the next 12-month check, or if tooth decay or gum disease are seen at the time of the next check, we pay. If your pet doesn’t have a check every 12 months, or if the work required is not done, we will only pay;
1) For teeth or gums if they are damaged in an accident,
2) If an underlying illness causes tooth decay or gum disease, or
3) To remove teeth as treatment of an illness which is not gum disease or tooth decay.
Yes, Cocker Spaniels have long, silky fur that does shed, so they can’t be considered hypoallergenic dogs.
Cocker Spaniels will stop growing between one and two years old. They will reach their maximum height around their first year, but their muscles will continue to develop for longer.
Yes, typically, Cocker Spaniels respond very well to training as they’re very smart and love to please their owners.
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