The Cocker Spaniel, which belongs to the sporting group of dogs, has a high level of trainability and the ability to quickly adjust to new situations.
However, it does require a lot of exercise. They have a beautiful, thick coat that needs to be brushed and groomed frequently in order to keep it gleaming and free of dirt and debris.
Even though they have a propensity to be on the more sensitive side, these canines are charming, cuddly dogs with a happy personality. Because of this, many people choose to keep them as pets in their homes.
The Staffordshire bull terrier was bred during the 19th century to be a fighting dog; nevertheless
the canine is more of a lover than a warrior. When a "Staffy" dog looks up at his master with his large, adoring eyes, he is impossible to resist.
The breed requires early and consistent socialization beginning at a young age, and training will be a continuing process; however, the benefits of ownership will be well worth the effort.