American Cocker Spaniel breeders

The Cocker Spaniel is the smallest of the Sporting Group with a sturdy, compact body, long elegant ears and a silky and feathery coat.

One of the most populare breeds of dogs, the Cocker Spaniel has a sweet disposition, is playful, intelligent, loyal and generally gets along well with other animals.

Today's Cocker Spaniel is still often seen working as a gundog, to find, flush and retrieve game birds. He is also very popular in the show ring as well as competing in obedience and agility trials.

For more information about the American Cocker Spaniel, see the Breed Info section.


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Puppies Available

Featured Breeder


Olive Simmons
London, Ontario area
Tel.: 519-765-1783

Black Puppies Available

After my husband retired from his first career, I was able to pursue my dream of raising and showing American Cocker Spaniels. I am very proud of their accomplishments in the confirmation ring. Also, equally proud of the beautiful, loving companion puppies that have been produced.

Striving to produce quality, well socialized, home-raised puppies from champion bloodlines that are excellent representatives of the "Breed Standard".

Stud service available to pre-approved females.

Inquiries welcome.


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