About this group
About Cocker Spaniels
Playful, affectionate and lively, the Cocker Spaniel has been lovingly nicknamed “merry cocker”. The breed has been present in literature and art for almost 500 years, and more recently, in popular films and TV shows.
The most famous of all Cocker Spaniels is probably Lady, from Disney’s The Lady and the Tramp. In the film, she is initially portrayed as standoffish and aloof, though in reality the Cocker Spaniel is one of the friendliest breeds and, socialised correctly, is great with strangers, other animals and children. The breed is popular in the world of celebrity and famous owners include Elton John, Martin Clunes and HRHs the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, whose black Cocker Spaniel Lupo is apparently unpopular with the Queen's corgis!
Why buy pet insurance for your Cocker Spaniel?
While generally considered to be a healthy breed, Cocker Spaniels can be prone to some hereditary diseases including hip dysplasia, patellar lunation, canine dilated cardiomyopathy, cancer and heart murmurs. Due to their long ears, they can also suffer from ear infections, and so cleaning and checking their ears regularly in very important. Pet insurance can help with the cost of vet treatment if your Cocker Spaniel is affected by conditions like these.
Why join the Cocker Spaniel Insurance group?
By joining this group, you use the collective power you share with other owners to demand a better deal on pet insurance for your Cocker Spaniel. In fact, we have already used the collective buying power of UK Cocker Spaniel owners to negotiate cheaper pet insurance: there is an offer available with MORE TH>N, so please join the group to find out more and get your pet insurance discount.
Community questions and answers
Can this be renewed each year? I got it last year but renewal came from More Than and it's more than doubled original quote.
Hi,glad to join the group,I have a 7 year old bitch called Tebo who is just the most loving,faithful dog ever. I wonder if anyone else has had to get their pets in to get small lumps checked out?Tebo has now been in to have these done twice now,both times lumps were thankfully non cancerous,I'm anxious to put her through this again,but more lumps have appeared,round about the mammary glands,we had her dressed last year as we were told this would help,but her weight has ballooned since we got this done and cut her food right back with very little treats Advice would be helpful-thanks in advance.