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Scottish Cocker is a mixed breed between Scottish terrier and Cocker Spaniel. They are counted among the adorable breed ranging from small to medium in size and weights from 16 to 25 pounds when they grow completely. They have a silky coat of medium length, and in texture, they are straight or wavy. Their coat varies in color from black to brown, and white. The body is strong enough with a round head and broad muzzle and sharp teeth. They have dark color almond shape eyes while their nose is in black, and have long ears with a pointed end. Their tail varies in length with curly feathers loaded on the back.

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Scottish Cocker is a mixed breed between Scottish Terrier and Cocker Spaniel, and it inherits the personality traits of its parents. These canines showcase sweet and affectionate behavior along with their sharp intelligence and easy to learn attitude. They do not require exercise at regular intervals. Scottish Cocker has a feeling of attraction and love towards the family; they easily mix up with kids, small dogs, and cats. The negative character of these pups is that they easily get attached to the strangers without knowing them. They don’t enjoy living alone and getting bored and may get destructive sometimes.

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10-16 inches
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16-25 lbs
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General Health

The major health problems these breeds come in contact with are Cataracts, Seborrhea Von, Retinal Dysplasia, and Willebrand\'s Disease. Regular testing of Blood And Urine Analysis, Blood Sugar and Thyroid Tests, Ear Tests, and Myringotomy Tests are important.

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Scottish Cocker is a mixed breed between Scottish Terrier and Cocker Spaniel. The cocker spaniel is among the smallest of all spaniel breeds and people in earlier days bred them for retrieval and hunting. The traces of the origin of this breed will take you to United Kingdom of 1400 BC. American Kennel Club recognized this breed in 1878. The other parent Scottish Terrier will take you back in Britain of 1800 BC. People of Britain bred this breed for hunting fox, vermin, and rats. This breed carried a high level of hunting skills. American Kennel Club recognized this breed in 1885.

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The Scottish Cocker requires moderate maintenance and shedding. Their Scottie parent inherits in them the hypoallergenic coat to the bio mix, so there are lesser chances of these breed getting this trait. They require regular vacuuming due to their moderate shedding level. Their coat must be brushed twice a week to avoid loose hair, mats, tangles, and debris. Also, this breed comes in the low drooling and smelling category. Checking of ears, toenails, and teeth are necessary to maintain their health and prevent any infection from touching them.

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Ideal Environment

Scottish Cocker is small size hybrids that possess active traits like enjoy going for walks, playing, jumping in the dog park, keen to play interactive games of Frisbee, fetch, flyball, hide and seek. These are some of the best ways to keep this canine active and healthy. The hunting and wandering traits are at a very moderate level. The size of the Scottish makes it appropriate to stay in an apartment or condo. The only requirement which is a must is the exercise session that must go on. These pups can adjust in a family home happily in a rural or urban setting. They can tolerate a moderate climate but cannot bear the extreme one.

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