You need to prepare for Spanador hair that you often vacuum off at this time. The use of a comb will help eliminate excess hair and prevent the mattress. As a gift to parents of American Cocker dogs, your spanador may have long hair or fringe on legs, ears and chest. Comb or brush these to prevent tangles. The dog just needs to take a bath when it needs to, that is, when spanador gets involved in something unpleasant (spanador has a chance) or runs out of the mud. Using dog shampoo will be more skin friendly to spanador as these dogs may suffer from dry and itchy skin. Make sure the spanador is washed clean and the soapy water is washed off. Check your ears for infection, clean them if necessary, and brush your teeth two to three times a day. If you need to, you can use nail clips to finish the decoration, remember to praise the beauty of spanador.
Spanador's coat will be medium to long and spanador will shed a little. Be prepared to brush your dog's teeth every day, or at least several times a week, to minimize shedding, prevent bedding, and keep the fur smooth, soft, and clean. And your vacuum cleaner at hand to collect the fur left around the house.
The amount of grooming required for spanador will depend on the fur inherited. If a spanador has a long coat and feathers like a cocker dog, it is necessary to brush his teeth regularly every day. However, if a spanador likes a short Labrador style coat, it is necessary to brush his teeth infrequently. Spanador coats don't need to be cut. Depending on the jacket, spanador can be a low to heavy shed.
Spanador loves food. Spanador likes food very much, so you have to pay close attention to spanador and the amount of food that spanador eats. If you put food in a bowl, spanador will eat it quickly. This rapid eating can lead to gastrointestinal problems. If your dog likes to eat so fast, you can give spanador a little at a time, or buy a bowl to help spanador release food more slowly. This breed is affectionate and loving and can work well with children to provide good social support from childhood. Spanador is very smart, making spanador easy to train, obedient and easy to train. Spanador sometimes becomes excited and noisy and pours on people, but this kind of behavior can be restrained by proper training. Spanador is a happy, loyal and friendly dog who loves everyone, likes playing games and carrying balls around. This breed is not aggressive, but spanador can be excited and enjoy good play fighting. Spanador is sweet and fun, but initially can be reserved with strangers. Like many hybrid dogs, the focus is on building a dog with a flat temper, but ultimately the temperament will depend on the parents.
Although hybrid dogs are considered healthier than spanador's blood ancestors, it doesn't mean spanador automatically gets a clean health certificate at birth. Spanador may have several health conditions in his life. Dysplasia of hip joint Hip dysplasia is an unpleasant disease, which leads to abnormal buttocks and affects the dog's ability to stand and walk. This is a state of progress, which means spanador will inevitably deteriorate over time. Dogs will develop arthritis in the affected area, and over time, spanador's muscle mass will shrink. As a common orthopedic disease, there are many different treatment options, including surgery, drug treatment and physical rehabilitation. In an ideal world, we will work to eliminate this debilitation and remove all hip dysplasia from the breeding pool. Allergic dermatosis A dog allergic to the skin may have an itchy rash, likely to scratch the skin, rub his face on the ground, and lick his paws excessively. Technically, allergies can occur at any age, but often between six months and five years of age. Because the symptoms of spanador are similar to those of other diseases (such as bacterial dermatitis or scabies infection), accurate diagnosis is essential. Allergies can be caused by many different factors, including food and environmental factors such as dust and pollen. Although the symptoms can be controlled by drugs, ideally we will determine what the dog's predisposing factors are and avoid spanador completely. Ear infection Spanador's soft ears are a breeding ground for yeasts and bacteria, especially if they are covered with thick fur, which makes the ear canal warm and moist. Since infection can cause chronic pain and irritation in dogs, owners should try their best to reduce its occurrence by checking and cleaning the ears regularly. Obesity Recent studies have shown that Labrador actually has genes that make spanador more likely to be food driven and obese. If spanadors unfortunately inherit these genes, spanadors are more likely to gain weight than regular dogs. Fortunately, this can be prevented, and through a calorie controlled diet and adequate exercise, there is no reason for any dog to be overweight.
Healthy individuals live between 12 and 15 years, which is normal for dogs of this size. If you buy from a reputable, responsible breeder, health problems won't happen. Like most hybrids, spanador is very strong and healthy, not as sick as purebred. However, some health problems, such as hip dysplasia prevalent in Labrador and Cocker dogs, may occur in Spain, so it is wise to check parents for any disease that may be genetic. This breed may suffer from dry skin, which is important to check and clean the ears regularly.
Spanador can adapt to all kinds of climates and situations. As long as you are there, spanador will be happy. When you choose a puppy, try to meet spanador's parents. If the American Cocker is an outgoing and friendly dog, that's even better. Some hounds may be aggressive, but usually the Labrador's influence calms that. Training will be easy to come to Spain, and spanador likes to please and learn less repetition with other dogs. As a new breed of dog scene, Spain is ready to become the most popular with its parents' dog. Spanador is an active dog, especially when spanador is young. Spanador is enthusiastic about everything, even going out to get the newspaper. These dogs love life and show it. Spanador will like to be your jogging or walking partner. Although spanador has a strong curiosity, if spanador does not restrain himself, spanador may ignore your call and wander around. Spanador likes water, so if you are close to the sea or river, spanador will drift with the tide. Spanador will benefit from a safe and enclosed yard running around with spanador's dog toys or family.
Spanador is an active breed that requires a lot of exercise. Spanador is not suitable for apartment houses and needs to walk every day with at least an average size yard. Spanador can be noisy and benefit from a lot of games and exercise to burn spanador's energy. When spanador is still young, be careful not to go too far, so that spanador can develop normally without muscle strain.
If you want a good watchdog at home, spanador is someone who doubts strangers and barks to remind you of any suspicious activity.
Spanador is kind and affectionate. Spanador only wants to love and be loved, and usually tries to make friends with anyone. Spanador has a close relationship with his family and a particularly good relationship with his children. Those who prefer American Cocker parents may be more apathetic to newcomers, especially if spanador hasn't been thoroughly socialized in the first few months. As an agile and eager to learn dog, spanador's intelligence is always displayed in training. Tasks that are more natural to spanador, such as tracking odors, can be done easily. Spanador, however, can be trained to do anything when in the right hands. Trainers don't need to repeat their actions too often, and spanador will find that spanador responds quickly to prompts. When spanador does the right thing, spanador should be rewarded. Spanador's favorite reward must be based on food!