|Toto, CD, RN, CGC|
We don't do- doodles!!!
|Barked: Thu Sep 12, '13 4:09pm PST |
|Gee, on this side of the pond the English Cocker has a reputation as being MUCH more stable and even tempered than the American Cocker. And, as Tyler pointed out, a good temperament is more likely a given with a responsible, dedicated breeder.
Edited to add if I may, I would like to put in a plug for a mini poodle. Their coats are SOFT and lamblike, and should NEVER be coarse. Yes, they will require grooming about ever 6 weeks, but if kept in a kennel clip or lamb clip you should only have to brush the ears and tail, and not really that often.
Again with a good breeder, you will get a top notch temperament.
Check out Toto's profile page, you will see him in action and in no action, BOL!
Edited by author Thu Sep 12, '13 4:14pm PST