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(Cocker Spaniel and Japanese Chin mix) The Chin-Ocker is a great family pet. He can be timid, but given time and encouragement you will see his sweet nature bloom. His coat is medium to long. The head is round with a short nose.

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Due to his sensitivity kindness is always a must when training and at any other time. Small children most likely will frighten him. But he is fond of other pets. He will love you and be eager to please.

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13-14 inches
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10-25 pounds
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General Health

Hip Dysplasia could be inherited from the parent breed.

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A relatively new designer breed, not much history is available on the Chin-Ocker. He is recognized and a member of the various designer dog clubs.

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The coat of the Chin-Ocker will be on the long side. You will want to brush often to keep the coat from tangling. The coat can be kept up well without bathing often, which will strip the coat of its natural oils. The ears can develop problems, so keep them clean with a solution from your vet.

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Ideal Environment

Easily adaptable, the Chin-Ocker does well in an apartment or home environment. Just remember his gentle nature and propensity to be timid. Lite exercise with games that provide mental stimulation will keep this hybrid at his best.

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